Rhyd Ddu Outdoor Centre, Rhyd Ddu, Snowdonia, Wales LL54 6TL
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OverviewRhyd Ddu Outdoor Centre & Bunkhouse provides group accommodation in the village of Rhyd Ddu at the foot of Snowdon in the Snowdonia National Park. It is an historic old school house and was the birthplace of T H Parry-Williams, one Wales' most famous poets. Rhyd Ddu bunkhouse sleeps 30 in 6 bedrooms, it has a fully equipped kitchen and a large communal and dining room which is equipped with a ceiling-mounted projector and sound system, great for cosy home cinema nights. There are glorious panoramic views, central heating, hot showers, free fast WiFi, secure outside storage, plenty of parking and a garden with seating. The beds are sturdy metal framed bunk beds with comfortable mattresses and pillows. Guests should bring their own sleeping bags, pillow case and towels. The bunkhouse has disabled access, no stairs, a disabled toilet and wet room. Rhyd Ddu village has a café and a real ale pub, both serving home cooked food and only 2 minutes' walk from the bunkhouse. Rhyd Ddu overlooks the stunning lakes of Llyn y Gadair, Llyn y Dywarchen and Llyn Cwellyn. Two major footpaths up Snowdon, the Rhyd Ddu path and the Snowdon Ranger path, start in the village and there are family-friendly woodland and countryside walks within very easy reach. Guided outdoor activities and catering packages can be organised by the Centre. The Welsh Highland Railway, the UK's longest heritage railway, has a station 200 yds from the bunkhouse. Rhyd Ddu bunkhouse is centrally located in Snowdonia within easy reach of Llanberis, Bangor, Caernarfon, Beddgelert and Porthmadog, Your group will have sole use of the bunkhouse during your stay including the grounds, free car park, secure drying room and storage areas.
Beds & Rooms:30: 1x12, 4x4, 1x2
Open:All year. All day. Check in from 4pm, check out by 11am.
Price per night:Exclusive hire from £200 per night midweek. Great weekend group rates. 4 nights for the price of 3 on selected dates.
Booking:Book online, by phone or email.
Directions:In the village of Rhyd Ddu, on the A4085 between Beddgelert and Caernarfon.
Public Transport:S4 bus from Caernarfon to Beddgelert and Pen-y-Pass stops in Rhyd Ddu village, ask for Cwellyn Arms stop. The bunkhouse is 200 yards from the Rhyd Ddu station on the Welsh Highland Railway, with heritage trains to Caernarfon and Beddgelert. Change at Beddgelert for Porthmadog.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is by the sea, is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available only to groups and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Re-opening for Summer 2020 page, a dark sky area, the Slate Trail and the map of accommodation for school groups.
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Price reductions for accommodation at the foot of Snowdon
August 10th 2020
Rhyd Ddu Outdoor Centre has slashed its prices for exclusive hire mid week stays and is offering 4 nights for the price of 3 on selected dates. Enquire for more details
Exclusive hire is from £200 per night midweek. Great weekend group rates. 4 nights for the price of 3 on selected dates.
On the foot of Snowdon Rhyd Ddu is perfect for those extra long group dog walks
February 24th 2020
Available to groups this hostel is right by the Snowdon horseshoe with paths up practically right outside the door.
A beautiful hostel with a rich history, namely that it is the birthplace of Thomas Parry-Williams. Available to groups only and dog friendly make it perfect for trips out family trips with four legged friends. Astounding views and comfortable accommodation await. Please note while dogs are welcome, but we ask that they not be brought into the bedrooms.
Group Accommodation at Rhyd Ddu on the Snowdonia Slate Trail
November 24th 2019
The Rhyd Ddu Bunkhouse provides group accommodation on the slate trail at the foot of Snowdon and the Nantlle Ridge. Ideal for groups of 12 to 30. There are 6 bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a large communal dining room. Glorious views, central heating, parking and fast Wifi. Sleeping bags required. Pub and café within 2 minutes’ walk.
The Slate Trail is an 83 mile circular trail which explores the industrial heritage of the slate villages of Snowdonia. The route starts at Porth Penrhyn near Bangor and ends at Bethesda and attracts walkers to villages such as Llanllechid, Bethesda, Dinorwig, Llanberis, Waunfawr, Nantlle, Rhyd Ddu, Beddgelert, Croesor, Ffestiniog and Penmachno. Rhyd Ddu Outdoor Centre is in the village of Rhyd Ddu. Find out more about the Slate Trail.