Maentwrog Bunkhouse, Felen Rhyd Fach, Maentwrog, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd, LL41 4HY
Call Mrs Eurliw M Jones on 01766 590231
OverviewMaentwrog bunkhouse is a newly renovated 200 year old cowshed situated on a working beef and sheep farm.
It has a fully equipped kitchen, underfloor heating, TV/DVD player, BBQ area, laundry facilities, power washer and lockup available for bikes.
Local activities range from hill walking (Moelwyn and Cnicht are 10 minutes away), white water rafting, Coed y Brenin cycling centre, Blaenau Ffestiniog down hill cycle track, RopeWorks, canyoning, Ffestiniog narrow gauge railway and several beautiful beaches are all within 15 to 20 minutes' drive as well as the Welsh costal path passing at the end of the lane.
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Beds & Rooms:4
Price per night:£18pp bring sleeping bags or hire bed linen @£5/person/stay
Directions:Turn into Maentwrog village then follow the A496 towards Harlech for 1 mile with lay-by on right, take immediate left up small lane for 400m, first farmhouse on right
Public Transport:Public bus to bottom of lane 400m walk. Arriva Wales train to Penrhyndeudraeth
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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Wales, a bikers paradise
March 15th 2020
Rolling hills, sweeping vistas and winding roads. Wales is a delight for two wheeled motorists, here’s a route that cherry picks the best of it.
Do you fancy spotting a UFO on the Great Orme? How about walking in the footsteps of the Men of Harlech? You can do this and more on the latest TomTom Amazing Britain route through north Wales. The 240-mile loop will take you along some of the best roads and most impressive scenery Wales has to offer. The route also includes some of the most scenic roads in the UK, the magnificent Pen-y-Pass, which snakes its way past Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales. It can be rode in a day, but if you fancy making a weekend of it, there’s plenty to see and do along the way to keep you occupied. Of course there’s a good deal of wonderful hostels on the route to choose from. Frrid Bunkhouse, Abersoch Sgubor Unnos, Maentwrong , Bala and Springhill farm to name just a few bunkhouses. All with individual charm, most remote enough to not have to worry about your bike. So whats holding you back?
Take a look at the Wales TomTom Amazing Britain route here.
Training base for the Dragons Back Fell Run
November 23rd 2019
Maentwrog Bunkhouse in the Snowdonia Mountains makes a great self-lead training base for the toughest 5-day mountain race in the world.
The legendary Berghaus Dragon’s Back Race follows the mountainous spine of Wales from north to south. This incredible 5-day journey is 315 kilometres long with 15,500 metres of ascent across wild, trackless, remote and mountainous terrain. It is the toughest 5-day mountain race in the world.
Don’t take part unprepared, explore the route and take some time to train in the Welsh mountains, by booking this great value 4 bed bunkhouse on a working farm close to Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Plan a spring holiday in Snowdonia with baby lambs to bottle feed!
November 30th 2018
Maentwrog bunkhouse is a modern conversion of a stone barn that provides private warm self catering accommodation for four people.
On the Welsh sheep farm of Felen Rhyd Fach in Snowdonia, you will be sure to see baby animals of all kinds what ever time of year you visit. Newly hatched chicks, new calves and in spring there are opportunities to feed to orphaned baby lambs. For a truly rural Welsh experience plan a holiday at Maentwrog Bunkhouse