A new house in Gwynedd, North Wales, offers you a truly magical experience blending majestic mountain ranges with seascapes and miles of empty beaches. This beautiful county offers house buyers the absolute best of natural landscapes, and pretty coastal towns with a big helping of industrial and cultural heritage.

Located to the North West of Wales is the Eryri National Park, home to Wales’ highest point, Mount Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) as well as well-known peaks including Cader Idris, Tryfan, Glyder Fach and Glyder Fawr. This magical national park has breathtaking scenery, clear lakes, ancient woodland and picturesque valleys. Outdoor pursuits such as hiking, climbing, mountain biking, and wildlife spotting abound in this spectacular natural playground.

Living in Gwynedd

From sandy beaches to cliff tops

Your new house has miles upon miles of sandy beaches, rugged cliffs, and secluded coves. Often hailed as the "Queen of Welsh Resorts," the Victorian-era resort of Llandudno, stands out with its elegant promenade, historic pier and panoramic views of the bay. Barmouth, on the estuary of the River Mawddach, offers both sandy beach and an abundance of pretty Victorian architecture. From the bustling seaside towns of Pwllheli and Barmouth to the quaint fishing villages of Aberdyfi and Criccieth, buying a new build in Gwynedd gives you both the mountains and the sea.

History on your doorstep

Explore the medieval streets of Conwy, with its imposing castle and ancient walls, or wander through the narrow lanes of Harlech, home to UNESCO World Heritage Site, Harlech Castle. If you’d like to find out more about it's history, explore the Llechwedd Slate Caverns or take a scenic steam train ride on the Ffestiniog Railway.

Your new home is connected

Close to your new house, there are good road connections with the A55 skimming across the top of Wales and joining with Liverpool and Manchester in the North West. The A487 snakes down the West side of the country, connecting your new home in Gwynedd with coastal towns throughout Wales.