Tyncornel Hostel, Llanddewi Brefi, Tregaron, Ceredigion, SY25 6PH
Call Janet or Richard on 01980 629259
Rural Hostel in Cambrian Mountain countrysideTyncornel Hostel is a remote former farmhouse in the hills, with a cosy wood-burning stove. Favoured by walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and lovers of solitude it is in the beautiful Doethie valley on the Cambrian Way long distance footpath. There are comfortable wooden bunk beds and good self-catering facilities. You can enjoy the wild open moorlands of the Elenydd uplands and you can walk the old drovers road to Dolgoch Hostel. Other attractions include the Cors Caron National Nature Reserve, the Red Kite Centre and museum in Tregaron, Teifi Pools, Llyn Brianne reservoir, Dolaucothi Roman gold mines, Strata Florida Abbey and the National Trust's Llanerchaeron country house.
Beds & Rooms:16: 2x8.
Open:All year. Reception 5pm -11pm, 7am -10am.
Price per night:£15 per adult, £7 (under 18s). Whole hostel bookings £200 and private rooms available. Campers £8.
Booking:Booking essential. Book online or by email or phone.
Directions:Road from Llanddewi-Brefi, near Tregaron, follow hostel signs SE 7m (last mile track). Or bridle path up Doethie valley on the Cambrian Way (Llandovery 15 m), or byway 2m NW from Soar y Mynydd chapel.
- Trains: Aberystwyth 28m, Llanwrtyd Wells 16m, Cynghordy 12m. Coach: X40 (Cardiff - Aberystwyth) Lampeter 15m. Bus: 585 (Lampeter- Tregaron) Llanddewi-Brefi 7m.
- Long Distance Walks Cambrian Way
Mountains Individuals welcome Youth Hostels Hostels with log burners and open fires Accommodation for Cyclists Dark Sky Areas Eco Hostels Mid Wales & Welsh Borders
This accommodation is available at the following peak timesAvailable Autumn Half Term 2022 Available for Christmas 2022 Available New Year 2022 / 2023
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Get a Green Voucher by arriving at this hostel on foot or by bike
July 1st 2022
Exchange your Green Voucher for a half price stay at Dolgoch or Tyncornel Hostel
The Elenydd Wilderness Trust hostels are giving Green Vouchers to anyone arriving at their hostels on foot or bike. These vouchers entitle the holder to a half price stay at either of the hostels at a later date. Dolgoch and Tyncornel Hostels are in the wild and stunningly beautiful Cambrian Mountains a days walk apart, ideal for an adventure by bike or one foot. They were converted from Isolated farmhouses situated near old drovers’ roads in the wild and stunningly beautiful Cambrian Mountains. Tyncornel Youth Hostel has been a traditional YHA simple hostel for many years and now offers comfort and company to walkers and cyclists as part of the Independent Hostels UK network. It has a new wood-burning stove and stone fireplace fitted in time for the 2017 winter.
Tyncornel installed PV solar panels in 2015. Since then, the panels have generated sufficient electricity to replace more than half the mains electricity used. Since installing a log burner earlier this year Tyncornel relies totally on carbon-neutral wood as a fuel.
Welcome the Spring in Mid-Wales!
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Family Holidays at Tyn Cornel Hostel
December 20th 2017
Sailing boats in the Doethie Fach river, about half a mile from the hostel.
Tyn Cornel Hostel has a quiet, isolated location away from traffic and the modern world. Ideal for allowing children to let of steam and enjoy the wildlife. Here is a family group sailing boats in the Doethie Fach river, about half a mile from the hostel. The hostel is located on old drovers road (now grassy track) at the head of the beautiful Doethie Valley. There is wild walking straight from the hostel and the Cambrian Way long distance footpath passes the door. An ex – YHA hostel traditional hostel in a stone farmhouse, it has a cosy sitting-dining room with log burner, kitchen with electric rings and microwave and two small dorms with bunkbeds and duvets. The hostel is operated by the Elenydd Wilderness Trust and cared for by volunteers.
How the most remote hostel in Wales achieved 10,000 overnights after being rescued from closure by volunteers.
May 21st 2019
Ty’n Cornel hostel has welcomed walkers, cyclists and other visitors since 1967. Since 2007 it has been operated entirely by volunteers through Elenydd Wilderness Hostels, a charitable trust.Read More