Bunkorama, Gwastad Agnes Off Panorama Road, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1DX
Some places you will stay at for a short while, but they will stay with you for ever. The Bunkorama at Gwastad Agnes is such a place. This converted stone stable provides comfortable and well equipped accommodation for cyclists, backpackers, climbers and explorers. At the end of a day’s expedition you can sit at the Bunkorama, cuppa in your hands and trace your route across from Cader Idris. You can gaze out across Cardigan Bay and wonder why you had never discovered Gwastad Agnes before. You certainly won’t forget it. The Bunkorama provides accommodation for individuals or groups in Snowdonia close to the Wales Coast Bath, Cambrian Way, Cycle route 8 and the Ardudwy Way. For mountain goats the rock climbing of the Barmouth Slabs is a 5 minute walk and for mountain bikers you are only 20 minutes by car to Coed y Brenin, the UK’s first dedicated mountain bike centre.This accommodation is featured on our map of Snowdonia and North Wales and here is its own website.
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01341 281134 or 07738467196
2 rooms each sleeping 4. Plus sofa bed in lounge
All year round.
£15 pp + £5 per stay if bedding needed and towel available £2 per stay
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From the A496 out of Barmouth turn left up Panorama Road and after approximately 1 mile turn sharp left after small car park on right. The hostel is second entrance on left after about 200 metres. Follow Bunkorama signs up Panorama Road
Bus and train to Barmouth approx 40 mins' walk to hostel. T3 bus from Wrexham to Barmouth is free on Saturday and Sunday.
This accommodation is by the sea, is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the Hostels with Camping map, the Small Hostels Map, the Wales Coast Path, the Lon Las Cymru and the Cambrian Way.
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Bunkorama is ideally placed for Coed Y Brenin in South Snowdonia.
I’ll bet if you’re a keen mountain biker then you already know about Coed Y Brenin. The UK’s first dedicated MTB centre offering amazing trails through the Welsh countryside. As a cyclist and father of adventurous cyclist I’m excited by the range of challenge they offer. I can’t be the only person who enjoys riding the trails with his kids, can I? They’re colour coded like ski runs, with black being the toughest. I reckon we’ll try the Minotaur trail which has berms, downhills, some tricky jumps and a track of shiny hoofprints to remind you there’s a minotaur about!
Bunkorama is ideally placed for Coed Y Brenin. A traditional bunkhouse converted from a stone stable. Its got a simple kitchen, toilet block and drying facilities – just as you’d expect.
“Some places you will stay at for a short while, but they will stay with you for ever. The Bunkorama at Gwastad Agnes is such a place.” Their blurb says. After an adrenalined race round the hills – I think so too!
Discover the Cynfal Gorge and Dwryd Estuary this Easter….the Beautiful rivers that sit between North and South Snowdonia
Snowy winds may be blowing across Britain in February but the start of April is a time of lambs and bluebells in the fields around us here at the Bunkorama. from 2 April onward there is currently plenty of space at the Bunkorama with only Saturday 7 April completely booked.
This will be a great time to explore a most beautiful corner of Snowdonia. The lively waters of the Afon Cynfal can be discovered tumbling down a dramatic gorge near to Llyn Morwynion, the legendary lake of the maidens that is a feature of the tale of Blodeuwed. It is a beautiful area with fantastic views down the Dwyryd Estuary and near to the heart of the Welsh Slate Story. You can stop for more than a moment and feel the full magic of Snowdonia and Gwynedd.
Snow and blue skies make a fab setting for the Bunkorama….will it last until Christmas?
There is a white mantle of Snow on all the mountains around Bunkorama and the crystal clear blue skies mean you can see all the way to snowy topped Preseli Mountains 60 miles away in Pembrokeshire….but will it last until Xmas?