Lodge Dinorwig Hostel and Cafe, Dinorwig, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 3EY
Call Simon and Sonni on 01286 871632
OverviewLodge Dinorwig is right on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Entering the building you can still find features of its previous use as a school. The 4* bunkroom sleeps up to 14 people and all beds are equipped with curtains, plug sockets and reading lights. Lodge Dinorwig will look after all your catering needs during your stay. A cooked breakfast is included and you can book dinner if you wish. Overlooking Snowdon and Llanberis, Lodge Dinorwig is the perfect base to plan your route up the highest mountain in England and Wales. With North Wales being the Adventure Capitol of Europe, Lodge Dinorwig is conveniently located for many adventures. A short drive will get you to the fastest Zip Line in Europe and many activities like mountain biking, coasteering, surfing, climbing and trampolining are just waiting right outside our front door. The on-site Cafe gives you the perfect excuse for that slice of cake after a day spent in the mountains. This accommodation is featured on our map of Snowdonia and North Wales and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:14: 1x14
Open:All year. Check in from 3pm, check out by 11am.
Price per night:From £25-£29. Sole use from £300-£350 including breakfast
Booking:Book online or by phone or email. Same day arrives book by phone only.
Directions:When visiting Lodge Dinorwig it is recommended that you follow the road through Deiniolen as it is a well lit two-lane road and the most direct/quickest route to Dinorwig. Another route, which your satnav may recommend, comes up through Fachwen from a village called Bryn Refail. Please be aware that this is a single-track road with very few passing places and it is poorly lit with numerous bends - this route is not recommended.
Public Transport:A bus stop is right opposite the entrance. The nearest train station is in Bangor and from there you can catch a bus to Deiniolen. There you can either catch the next bus to Dinorwig or walk up to the hostel.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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Dragons are kind of a big deal in Wales
October 13th 2019
Luckily they don’t mind a bit of rain and you can catch a glimpse of one just a short drive from Lodge Dinorwig.
The days are definitely getting shorter and weather seems to have taken a turn into full autumn-mode. But it’s not all mountain summits and sunny beaches in North Wales. There is plenty to do on our door step, no matter what the weather!
Take a selfie with a dragon! Just a short drive from our Hostel you will find this wonderful creature lurking in the woods, waiting for you.
Jump around in a giant disused mine with Bounce Below or explore an old copper mine.
Bored of museums and you want to take things a bit further? Have you tried caving? Go Below offers some crazy underground adventures for every taste.
No matter what the weather will be, you won’t get bored staying with us. Give us a shout and we can recommend lot’s of things to do and see.
The perfect base for the attractions of Snowdonia- including Zip World!
September 3rd 2019
Make Lodge Dinorwig your base to start your adventure in North Wales
There are not many places in North Wales with views like ours over Snowdon, Llanberis and Anglesey. The perfect spot to plan your route up Snowdon, psych yourself up before heading off to Zip World or just deciding which beach to explore today.
The bunkroom is very cosy, with capacity for 14 people in handmade bunk beds; bedding is provided and the beds have curtains for extra privacy. We have plenty of space for you to lounge about and enjoy our on-site Cafe.
Our cooked breakfast (included in our rates), is perfect before setting off to hike up Snowdon and nearby peaks. The café serves great lunches and we can provide you with a packed lunch to take with you.
We don’t have any self-catering facilities at the Hostel but dinner can be booked with us as well. Why worry about cooking and washing up when we can do it for you for just £12.50 for two courses.
Explore the beaches of Anglesey
July 18th 2019
Did you know that Lodge Dinorwig is just a short drive from Anglesey Island? If you are looking for some beach adventures, Anglesey has 27 sandy beaches and rocky coves.
With over 100 miles of coast line around Anglesey, you have plenty of beaches to choose from. When the sun makes an appearance and reflects on the deep blue sea you have to remind yourself that you are still in Wales as it could be anywhere in the world. We might be lacking the tropical temperatures from down south to enjoy a play in the water without a wet suit but rock pool exploring and beach strolling are very high on the list of favourite beach activities. Enjoy some long sandy stretches on one side of the island or head over to the rugged bays with many cliffs and stunning coastal walks