Snowdon Lodge Group Hostel, Lawrence House, Church Street, Tremadog, Nr Porthmadog, Gwynedd, Snowdonia, LL49 9PS
Call Carl or Anja on 01766 515354
OverviewStay at Snowdon Lodge Group Accommodation, the birthplace of Lawrence of Arabia in Tremadog, North Wales.
Snowdon Lodge is a sociable place for a get-together with friends and family and a perfect self-catering group base to explore this beautiful part of North Wales.
Why choose Snowdon Lodge for your group? Large Victorian Grade 2 listed property set in its own grounds adjoined by an old woodland on the edge of a picturesque traditional Welsh village.
Selection of dormitories and private rooms to accommodate your family and friends, some with en-suite facilities. Sole use for your group only, total privacy with no other guests present.
Pet-friendly. Large Games Room. Well-equipped self-catering kitchen. Spacious dining room. Large outside area for BBQs and games. Lounge with a cosy log burner. Plenty of private parking. Lecture/seminar room available for hire on site.
Walking distance to two local village pubs, a Fish and Chip Shop and Local Spar Shop with Aldi, Lidl and Tesco just 1 mile away in Porthmadog. Sorry, no stag or hen parties.
Beds & Rooms:28: doubles, twins and dorms.
Open:January - December. All day.
Price per night:Sole use £650 per night. Minimum of 2 nights, 3 on Bank holidays. Please contact us for prices for longer stays.
Directions:800m from Porthmadog just off A487 at the start of Tremadog village.
Public Transport:Half mile from Porthmadog train station and 250 yards from National Express coach stop.
Walks:Long Distance Walks Trans Euro Trail Snowdonia way Wales Coast Path Lon Las Cymru
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Snowdon Lodge is closed for some refubishment.
July 31st 2020
We have rescheduled all existing bookings and are hopeful we may be able to open for October half term (which is currently booked) and beyond
Some upgrading is being done due to be closed for Covid-19 reasons.
Happy 2020 from Snowdon Lodge
January 1st 2020
Our Lodge is ideally positioned just 8 miles from Mount Snowdon and only 2 miles from stunning beaches, perfect for the summer.
Snowdon Lodge is located in the picturesque village of Tremadog, ideal for family and friends’ get-togethers or groups who want to explore Snowdownia and all that is has to offer. Our Lodge sleeps up to 35 in 10 different rooms, we also boast a large fully equipped kitchen, 2 lounges, a drying room. We also have a large private car park leading on to extensive Woodland Walks. Wales is the place to be in 2020. So much to choose from: Surf Snowdonia, Zip World, Hiking, Mountaineering, Climbing, Fishing, Wild Swimmming or just walks. Contact for discounts for 3 or more night stays, various dates available.
Celebrate Fathers Day on 16th June with a Portmeirion Gardens Guided Tour
June 13th 2019
A special Portmeirion gardens guided tour will be given by Tony Russell this on Sunday 16th June. Just pay the normal entry fee and there’s great group accommodation available at Snowdon Lodge in Tremadog.
Snowdon Lodge is at the gateway to the stunning Llyn Peninsula, close to the Mountains of Snowdonia and a 10 minute drive from Portmeirion. Sleeping up to 35 and with plenty of space to celebrate this is a fantastic location for a fathers day family gathering. You can also blow away the cobwebs during the day and then come home to a cosy fire, large seating area and kitchen equipped for groups ! Available for stays from 1 night with a fantastic offers of 4 nights for the price of 3.
Snowdon Lodge has an ideal location for climbing, walking, Zip line, sailing, steam trains beaches and castles. Enjoy outdoor activities in the mountains or on the water. Visit the worlds longest Zip line at bounce below or the beaches and castles of North Wales.
Visit Snowdon Lodges website which has photos of the activities available and information about what to do. It also tells you about Snowdon Lodges unique connection with Lawrence of Arabia.
September 5th 2017
Tremadog, Porthmadog and the Traeth Mawr Estuary are inextricably bound up with the 18th Century developments of James Maddock, Lawrence of Arabia and a legendary Welsh prince. Find out more about the legends and history of Wales.Read More