Platts Farm Bunkhouse, Platts Farm Bunkhouse, Aber Road, Llanfairfechan, Conwy, LL33 0HL
Call Sam Davies on 01248 680105
OverviewPlatt's Farm Camp-site and Bunkhouse is situated within a range of Victorian farm buildings dating back to 1858, in the charming village of Llanfairfechan. Ideally situated close to the A55, the Bunkhouse sits at the start/end of the 14 Welsh 3000 peaks walks in the Snowdonia National Park, within a 10 minute walk of the Wales coastal path and on the No.5 cycle route. The bunkhouse has 3 star Visit Wales grading. It has 2 bunk rooms sleeping a total of 10 people.
The kitchen is equipped with a four ring cooker, microwave, kettle, fridge/freezer, toaster, TV, table to seat 10 and electric fire. Heating is by electric storage heaters and all heating and lighting are included in the price. Pans, crockery, cutlery, and bedding is provided. Ample off road parking and adjacent covered area for BBQs. 11 camping pitches with covered picnic areas also available. Shops, pubs and cafés are within 5 minutes' walk.
Beds & Rooms:10
Open:All year. Check out before 11am, check in after 2pm.
Price per night:£15.50 pp. Sole use £155 per night.
Booking:Deposit required. Non refundable balance is payable 2 weeks before arrival. Most major credit or debit cards and PayPal accepted.
Directions:A55 westbound Exit 15, remain on this road. The entrance to Platt's Farm is a sharp turn on the right just after the traffic lights and bus stop. A55 eastbound Exit 14, follow the road over the A55 then turn left on to Aber Road.
Public Transport:By train to Llanfairfechan station. Bus from Llandudno or Bangor stops right by the entrance. National cycle route No 5 passes the entrance.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is by the sea, is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available to individuals and has a pub within walking distance. It is on a dark sky area, the Hostels with Camping map and the Wales Coast Path.
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November 6th 2019
Read about Judes birthday get-away to the North Wales Coast. Traveling by public transport, camping lite with the aid of Platts Farm and with multiple sightings of a strangely familiar seagull. Jude gives the low down on great places to visit around Conway and Llandudno.Read More
Climbing hills or digging for bones Platts farm has it all
December 7th 2019
Long stretches of beach and plenty of fresh welsh air Platts farm is sure to be a doggy favourite
Platts Farm Bunkhouse is a warm and welcoming hostel in the small village of Llanfairfechan. As the beach happens to be only a 10 minute jaunt away your four legged friend will have lots of digging opportunities, and after a long day of excavation you’ll be happy to know that the village inn also is welcoming of dogs. The bunkhouse itself features a well furnished kitchen, and is heated so you and your dog can stay warm even in the winter months, well behaved dogs are welcome in the bunkhouse or in the open camping space, but please keep dogs on leads while outside.
“This place is an absolute gem”
August 13th 2019
Platt’s Farm Bunkhouse has the most gorgeous location.
Platt’s Farm Bunkhouse, Llanfairfechan, North Wales, has the most gorgeous location. They describe themselves as ‘between the mountains and the sea’. If you know that part of Wales, then you’ll appreciate how those words give itchy feet to the outdoors-y person in you. An oft-used photo shows the long, long beach with mountain behind. Just nestled there below the mountain is Platt’s Farm Bunkhouse. Sleeping up to 10 in 2 bunkrooms and with all the usual facilities, it is ideal as a base for walking, watersports, cycling or any number of adventures.
If you browse their social media, you’ll get an even greater sense of the place. Reviewers have said, “Where do I start?! This place is an absolute gem”; another goes on to add “Perfect! …The children were safe to run around and the walled gardens and picnic barns are stunning. Perfect location to access Llanberis and also the beach…super all rounder and value for money.”
Experience Llanfairfechan- One of Wales’s hidden gems!
December 16th 2018
Submerge yourself in Welsh culture in Llanfairfechan. While staying on the grounds of a Victorian farm, stroll between local shops and pubs and the strand of our peaceful beach.
Our Campsite is set in the charming village of Llanfairfechan. We offer a Family run campsite for tents and small camper vans set in the grounds of a Victorian farm. We have provided a peaceful little haven yet with the convenience of local shops and pubs, our lovely beach is just a gentle stroll away.
We also provide a cosy bunkhouse which is a perfect place to stay for outdoor enthusiasts and those wishing to take a step up from camping. Sleeping 10 people, the bunkhouse has all you need for a warm comfortable stay.