Snowdon Lodge Group Hostel, Lawrence House, Church Street, Tremadog, Nr Porthmadog, Gwynedd, Snowdonia, LL49 9PS
Stay in the birthplace of Lawrence of Arabia! Snowdon Lodge hostel provides comfortable self-catering style group accommodation in a large grade 2 listed character building. The property is located in the picturesque village of Tremadog. Snowdon Lodge is perfect for a family reunion or simply as a base for a group of friends to explore this beautiful part of Snowdonia and the nearby Lleyn Peninsula. The hostel has 10 rooms of different sizes (twins, doubles and small dormitories). Bathroom and shower facilities are shared. There is a large fully equipped self-catering kitchen, a dining room seating 40, two lounge/TV rooms with real log fires in winter, a drying room and a very large private car park leading to extensive woodland walks. Snowdon Lodge is ideally positioned just 6 miles from Mount Snowdon, yet only 2 miles from beautiful beaches such as Black Rock Sands. The famous Italianate village of Portmeirion is also only 4 miles away. Within a mile are the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland railways and the famous Tremadog rocks for climbers. Sorry, no stag or hen parties.This accommodation is featured on our map of Snowdonia and North Wales and here is its own website.
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35: 2 x 6 (family), 1 x 5, 1 x 6 , 3 x twin, 3 x double
January – December, all day.
Sole use £600 per night. Min of 2 nights,3 on bank holidays. Discounts for longer stays.
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800m from Porthmadog just off A487 at the start of Tremadog village.
Half mile from Porthmadog train station and 250 yards from National Express coach stop.
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Snowdon Lodge, just 800 meters from Portmerion pick up service, has beds for 35 people this weekend.
Festival number 6 is taking place at Portmerion this weekend with music, art and culture under the stars. If you fancy dropping in and would like a comfy bed for the night, Snowdon Lodge in Tremadog has availability. With beds for 35 people and car parking for 80 cars all within walking distance (800 meters) of the bus pick up service. This could be your easy way to visit the festival. Find out more at Portmerion Festival number 6
Find out more about Snowdon Lodge’s unique connection with Lawrence of Arabia
It’s TE Lawrence’s birthday today and Snowdon Lodge, in Tremadog North Wales, is where he was born. The birthplace of Lawrence of Arabia now provides group accommodation in the heart of North Wales, where Snowdonia meets the sea. You can find out more about the life of TE Lawrence and his connections to Snowdon Lodge here.
Visit Lawrences birthplace and enjoy outdoor activities in the mountains or on the water. Snowdon Lodge has an ideal location for climbing, walking, Zip line, sailing, steam trains beaches and castles. Visit the worlds longest Zip line at bounce below or the beaches and castles of North Wales. Find out more on Snowdon Lodge’s website. The website features lots of wide-screen photos of the activities available with information about what to do. It also tells you about Snowdon Lodges unique connection with Lawrence of Arabia.
Comfortable self-catering accommodation for 35 in 10 bedrooms. There’s plenty of space to celebrate in this grade 2 listed character building located in the village of Tremadog close to Portmadog and the Ffestiniog Railway.
Celebrate your birthday at the birthplace of Lawrence of Arabia. Snowdon Lodge provides comfortable self-catering accommodation for 35 in 10 bedrooms with plenty of space to celebrate. This large grade 2 listed character building is in the village of Tremadog close to Port Madog and the Ffestiniog Railway.
Enjoy a day trip with nostalgia on Ffestiniog Railway. This narrow gauge railway opened in 1836 with gravity driven trucks transporting slate from the quarries at Blaenau Ffestiniog to Porthmadog. By 1865 steam engines were pulling the loads and Victorian tourists were enjoying the spectacular view along the journey. Tourists can still enjoy the journey today and on special occasions you can ride in the original steam trains with ornate Victorian carriages. Come and enjoy Porthmadog and witness one of the longest gravity pulled trains.