The endless beauty of Harlech beach stretches out before you.
Just the place to enjoy the morning sun.
The perfect space for unwinding, this open plan sitting/dining-room has comfort and style.
Wake up to glorious sea views.
Experience coastal life in this comfortable bungalow, with Wales’ stunning coastline in view.
Snuggle into one of the plush sofas, and get stuck into a good book or a board game.
Efficient and stylish, this small galley kitchen packs a punch with its modern appliances and ample storage space.
Enjoy your holiday meals with the magnificent backdrop of the endless seascape.
Bedroom 1 is a lovely double room.
Look at those views!
Bringing joy and imagination to bedtime, this twin bedroom is the perfect retreat for young guests.
Filled with playful decor and fun details, your little ones will love snuggling up in this cosy space.
The family bathroom.
Relax in the sun-room.
Enjoy the panoramic sea views.
Snowdon summit is visible from the windows and gardens of Swn Y Don.
Welcome to Swn y Don.
You're just moments from the sea.
The mountains in the distance.
Harlech is a stunning coastal town.
Step back in time to a majestic medieval Wales at Harlech castle.
Discover the colourful Portmeirion, just a fifteen minute drive from Harlech.
Portmeirion’s enchanting garden, where vibrant blooms match the beautiful architecture.
The captivating beauty of Snowdonia.

Swn Y Don


Harlech / Sleeps 4 + cot

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Open Thursday, Friday and Saturdays, The Lion Inn is a recently refurbished traditional pub with outside seating for summer months. Food is home cooked and there is plenty of parking here.

Nearest beach

Harlech is home to a fabulous beach with beautiful sand dunes (designated as a Natural Nature Reserve and site of Special Scientific Interest) and miles of golden sand, all overlooked by the majestic castle! Perfect for beach games, access is easy and there is a car park close by. Dog restrictions apply at certain times of the year.

Nearest walk

Home to a variety of rare flowers and insects, Morfa Harlech Nature Reserve is a beautiful sand dune system and one of the most important actively growing dune systems in the UK, Park in the public Min y Don car park and a footpath leads from here directly to the beach. Turn right along the beach to reach the start. Dogs are welcome but restrictions apply from March to July when leads are required.

Nearest town

As well as having the steepest street in the UK (at 37.45%), the town of Harlech is also known for having a fabulous beach, a beautiful medieval clifftop castle and a great selection of independent shops and eateries in the town centre.

Also nearby

Fresh fish and chips are what holidays are made for! Check their opening times as they are only open certain days of the week.

If you are looking for a restaurant with a spectacular view then look no further. The frontage looks pretty ordinary but hides a delightful restaurant with splendid conservatory and lawns giving views over St David's Golf Course towards the Lyn Peninsula and Harlech Castle.

Surrounded by magestic mountains, sea views and overlooked by Harlech Castle, Royal St David's is a stunning golf course and reputed to be one of the finest in the world. Take a look at their website for further details and visitor information.

Situated close to Harlech Castle and the high street, Castle Cottage is perfectly placed in the centre of town. Here you will find a dining room with separate Aviation Bar with a relaxed atmosphere.

Built by Edward I between 1282 and 1289, Harlech Castle stands on a rocky knoll overlooking the Irish Sea. Visitors today can now use the "floating bridge" to enter the castle. Take a look at the website for ticket information and opening times.

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