Pentre Bach Bunkhouse, Pentre Bach, Waunfawr, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL54 7AJ
Pentre Bach Bunkhouse provides dog friendly alpine style accommodation, outdoor activities and a camp-site. The Bunkhouse is heated with electric radiators and has two floors. The ground floor has tables with benches and a cooking area with gas burners, microwaves, fridge and freezer. Upstairs are alpine sleeping platforms with mattresses for 16. Drying room and toilets with washing facilities and showers, shared with the camp-site, are just across the yard. Based between Waunfawr and Betws Garmon, Pentre Bach is surrounded by the superb scenery of Moel Eilio and Mynydd Mawr and has views towards Mount Snowdon. There are great walks from the bunkhouse or take a short car journey to the Nantlle ridge and the main footpaths up Snowdon. Bach Ventures provides guided walks, kayaking, climbing, gorge-scrambling and coasteering. Large or small groups and individuals all welcome. Local pub is CAMRA Pub of the year in the area. Great beer and good food.This accommodation is featured on our map of Snowdonia and North Wales and here is its own website.
or call Karen Neil on
01286 650643(5-10pm) or 07798733939(9-5pm)
9am-10pm for enquiries. Arrive from 4pm, leave by 11am.
£12 per person (inc gas / electric / showers). Sole use bookings negotiable according to group size.
One night’s deposit required with balance payable before arrival. Short notice bookings accepted by phone or email with deposit/balance payable on arrival. Credit Cards accepted.
GR 531 579. At Pentre Bach just south of Waunfawr on the Caernarfon to Beddgelert road (A4085). Look for Pentre Bach Bunkhouse sign.
Train station at Bangor. S4 bus from Caernarfon to Beddgelert stops at the bottom of the drive on request.
News & Offers
Due to a late cancellation we have availability for up to16 people. 10% off sole use price so now £350 for the weekend or £12pppn on a sharing basis. Call Karen for a chat on 07798733939 or drop an email.
…a classic bunkhouse…
Pentre Bach bunkhouse is a classic bunkhouse. Converted from a stone barn, it has benches and long tables downstairs and dorm-room sleeping above; drying room and washing facilities as well as a camp site. It speaks of robust days in the gorgeous Snowdon landscape and hearty evening meal, of tired limbs and convivial company.
Surely this region has a claim to be the outdoors capital of Britain? There are walks from the front door as well as kayaking, climbing, gorge-scrambling and coasteering close by. Pentre Bach is surrounded by the scenery of epic mountains, Moel Eilio and Mynydd Mawr and has views all the way out towards Mount Snowdon that just beg you to get out and explore. Their own company Bach Ventures might be a good place to start.
Its a great place for you or your group to be based.