Ogwen Valley Bunkhouse, Capel Saron, Tyn Y Maes, Bethesda, Gwynedd LL57 3LX
Call Gwyn Morgan on 01248 601958 or 07775978405
OverviewSituated at the base of the spectacular glacial Ogwen Valley, with stunning views from the doorstep, Ogwen Valley Bunkhouse provides spacious, well appointed, eco friendly bunkhouse accommodation for 16 across 3 rooms. The former stone chapel, dating back to 1860, has been sympathetically converted to provide quality, warm, practical, value for money accommodation for individuals, couples, families and groups. The large open plan communal area has a well equipped kitchen, a large dining table and plenty of comfy chairs. Perfect for gathering together in the evening sharing stories and planning the next day's activities With a log burning stove, underfloor heating, comfortable beds and a drying room guests invariably return. Popular with climbers, walkers, cyclists and lovers of the great outdoor, Snowdonia and all its wonders is just outside. Bethesda with it shops, pubs etc is just 1.5 miles down the road. While Bangor and the bridge to Angelsey is 7 miles away. And if that isn't enough Zip World is a mere 2 minutes away. Easy to find (even the dark) on the A5 London to Holyhead Road there is plenty of parking as well as an outdoor seating area which gets the evening sun and is perfect for BBQs. BYO bedding and pillows. Dogs welcome by arrangement. For walkers it is on the Snowdonia Slate Trail and gives easy access for walking in Carneddau, Glyderau and of course the whole Ogwen Valley area while for cyclists it is on the Lon Las Cymru route. Overflow camping (for sole use groups) by arrangement in the adjoining 1 acre field.
Beds & Rooms:16: 2x4, 1x6, 1x camp bed, 1x bed settee
Open:All year. Check out 10.30
Price per night:£17pp
Booking:Book by phone or e mail
Directions:On the A5 (London/Holyhead Road) at Tyn Y Maes. 1.5 miles south/east of Bethseda
Public Transport:Nearest mainline train station at Bangor (7 miles). Regular buses run from Bangor to Bethseda. Then walk (1.5 miles) or taxi to the bunkhouse.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, is an 'Eco Hostel' and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Cambrian Way, the Lon Las Cymru, the Slate Trail and a dark sky area.
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