Old School Lodge, Deiniolen, Caernarfon LL55 3HH
Call Booking Secretary on 01516 324943
OverviewIn the small mountain village of Deiniolen, in the heart of Snowdonia, not far from Llanberis, The Old School Lodge is the perfect base for groups of all kinds wishing to explore the rugged splendour of North Wales. The Lodge provides high quality accommodation for those looking for a warm comfortable base to come home to after a day out on the Welsh Mountains. The Lodge is owned and managed by Wallasey & West Wirral Scouts but offers excellent modern facilities for a wide range of users, including those with disabilities. With good facilities for groups such as a self-catering kitchen, lounge, games room, resources room and drying room as well as comfortable bunk rooms. The on site warden can also offer catering options.
Beds & Rooms:38: 1x6,7x4,2x2
Open:All year. All day.
Price per night:£19.00pp, Scouts and Guides: £14.25. Minimum stay 2 nights, minimum charge based on 12 people.
Booking:View availability and book via form on the website or by phone to the booking secretary.
Directions:Leave the A55 Expressway at its junction with the A5 (SH594694). Follow brown tourist signs for Llanberis. Take the first exit at the roundabout on to the A5 and then in 200 yards turn right on to the A4244 passing the Little Chef Expressway services on your right. Continue on this road towards Llanberis for 5 miles. On approaching Deiniolen and just after the petrol station (SH 570645) turn left, signposted Deiniolen, into the High Street/Stryd Fawr. Proceed straight through Deiniolen (humps!) and the Lodge is on the far side of the village on the right adjacent to Williams' coaches (SH584628). Slow down when you see the buses in the coach park as it's easy to miss the entrance to the Lodge!
Public Transport:Nearest train at Bangor. Local buses to Deiniolen
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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Invite to Snowdonia
September 7th 2019
Old School Lodge is group accommodation located in the heart of Snowdonia.
We’re proud to say we have disabled access, as well as a range of room sizes and varieties flexible to your group. Our drying room means you can go wild in the daytime, and have somewhere safe to store your mucky gear once you get back. We have self catering facilities, and catered home made meals can also be arranged… And most importantly, we have Wifi!!!
Old School Lodge
January 26th 2018
…it throws its hospitable arms wide and welcomes all sorts of groups…
Scouting around for group accommodation? Look no further than The Old School Lodge.
Oh, I’m sorry, I couldn’t resist. You see The Old School Lodge is owned and managed by Wallasey & West Wirral Scouts. When it’s not being used by Merseyside kids, though it throws its hospitable arms wide and welcomes all sorts of groups. It sleeps 38 in en-suite shared bunk rooms, although the group leader rooms are smaller and more private. Drying rooms, a lounge, a well-equipped kitchen and dining room are all exactly as you’d expect from an ‘old-school’ bunkhouse.
On the edge of the Snowdonia mountains in the charming village of Deiniolen, not far from Llanberis and Dinorwig, this bunkhouse is a brand new member of the Independent Hostels network – watch out for them in the 2018 guide.
Also as you’d expect is the access to the countryside and the cherished and challenging landscape of Snowdonia, an area that need no introduction or advertising from me!
In short, if you’re bringing a group to Snowdonia and you’re looking for accommodation – look no further!
Photo credit: The Old School Lodge facebook page.
New into the 2018 Independent Hostel Guide
December 1st 2017
Just joined for the 2018 Guide, Old School Lodge is on the edge of the Snowdonia mountain village of Deiniolen
Old School Lodge is on the edge of the Snowdonia mountain village of Deiniolen. Not far from Llanberis and Dinorwig with its famous slate quarries. The perfect group accommodation location for all sorts of groups young and old or for families wanting to get together in a spacious location. Old School Lodge will be in the 2018 guide when it is published in the spring and is on our site now!