Treks Bunkhouse, Y Cefn, Ffestiniog, Gwynedd, LL41 4PS
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OverviewTreks Bunkhouse, 900 feet above sea level, is high in the mountains near the Welsh-speaking village of Blaenau Ffestiniog. It is ideal for people who enjoy the rugged beauty of Snowdonia and a short airy walk to the pub of an evening. A modern conversion of a golf club house, graded 4 star by VisitWales, Treks is set in a wild area on the outskirts of the village and provides year round accommodation for individuals and groups. There is a self-catering kitchen and five bedrooms sleeping between 1 and 6 people, ideal for groups, families or groups of families. Beds are fully made up with sheet and duvets and towels are available to hire for a small charge. The is a large lock up ideal for canoes and bikes. There are many tourist attractions available within a short drive: Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Bounce Below, Zip World Titan, Antur Stiniog, Ffestiniog Railway, Go Below Adventures, Coed y Brenin Mountain Bike Centre, Portmeirion Italian Village, Bala White Water Rafting and Harlech Castle. This accommodation is featured on our map of Snowdonia and North Wales and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:16: 1x6, 1x4, 1x3, 1x2, 1x1
Open:All year. Check in 15:00-20:00
Price per night:£22 per person
Booking:Online, by phone or email.
Directions:Two thirds of a mile from the centre of Ffestiniog on the B4391 towards Bala. Look for a cattle grid and small lane on the right with catle gird.
Public Transport:Express Motor's Bus 35 from Dolgellau (4 times a day), bus 1B from Porthmadog (hourly). Trains from Llandudno Juction and Ffestiniog Railway narrow gauge trains from Porthmadog. Station/buses 20 mins' walk from bunkhouse.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, has a pub within walking distance and is on the dark sky area, the Slate Trail, the page of accommodation near Castles, the Cambrian Way and the Wales Coast Path.
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September 30th 2019
We still have some availability for groups or individuals for weekend stays at Treks towards the end of November and into December.
Dust off those winter blues with a winter weekend break. Make the most of some fresh days and crisp evenings.
Hidden in the Welsh Mountains
September 3rd 2019
900 feet above sea level in the astonishing Welsh mountains is Treks Bunkhouse
Treks Bunkhouse, located 900 feet above sea level in the majestic Moelwyn mountains near the village of Ffestiniog, where the Welsh language and culture still thrives. It is ideally situated for people who love spending time outdoors in the rugged beauty of Snowdonia, in North Wales. Sleeping 16 in five rooms, Treks bunkhouse welcomes individuals and groups.
Late availability this weekend at Treks Bunkhouse, due to cancellation
December 11th 2018
For a change of scenery in Snowdonia this weekend
For a change of scenery in Snowdonia
A long way up in the mountains, 900 feet above sea level is Treks Bunkhouse. Just outside Ffestiniog in the mountains of Snowdonia. You’re in for a change of scenery – in lots of ways.
The village of Blaenau Ffestiniog is predominantly welsh-speaking, so you’ll hear that musical language first hand. The bunkhouse is an old golf club house converted to a high and modern standard. The surroundings are wild. Beautiful but wild. I don’t know what the welsh word would be, but Yorkshire folk use the word ‘wuthering’.
Your change of scene might take you up by foot or two wheel on the great paths and tracks over the mountains or maybe the thoroughly exciting Coed y Brenin Mountain Bike Centre. It might take you out on a canoe along some of Wales’s renowned rivers. Or, for a more fantastical change in scenery, to the Italianate architectural eccentricities of Portmerion.
Whatever you choose, Treks is a great base for it.