Snowdonia and North Wales: Bunkhouses, camping barns & hostels

This maps of Snowdonia and North Wales shows the locations of bunkhouses, camping barns & hostels.  Part of Independent Hostels UK, the UK’s largest network of bunkhouses and hostels.

This map of hostels in Snowdonia and bunkhouses in North Wales show the locations of bunkhouse and hostels in stunning locations. In the mountains and by the sea. On the foothills of Snowdon and Tyfan and ideal for walking and climbing in Snowdon National Park. Visit the shops and visitor attractions at Llanberis, or Capel Curig. Go climbing in Tremadog, renowned for the vast numbers of climbing routes all with easy access and often more sheltered in harsh weather then the rest of Snowdonia. Or take the Snowdon Mountain Railway to the summit of Mount Snowdon (or Eryri in Welsh).

North Wales, as well as being famous for the mountains of Snowdonia also has some lovely beaches on the Llyn Peninsula, around Abersoch and Aberdaron. The lakes at Bala provide water sports. North Wales has ideal locations for family holidays. Visit the castles in Conway and Caernarfon. Enjoy the seaside town of Llandudno. Tour Anglesey or take a ferry to Ireland.

North wales is an outdoor playground great for mounting biking, walking and climbing. There are 15 Welsh peaks over 3000 foot in Snowdonia alone. The hostels and bunkhouses of North Wales are ideally equipped with drying rooms, wash down areas and secure bikes storage.

Things to do in North Wales:  Visit the huge underground trampoline and zip wire at  Bounce Below by the Llechwedd Slate Caverns. You can go inland surfing at Surf Snowdonia. Visit the National Slate Museum and Electric Mountain at llanberis.  Outdoor sports available in North Wales include mountain biking, horse riding, cycling, hang gliding, canoeing, wind surfing, white water rafting, rock climbing, course and sea fishing,

Orienteering and Walking: The North Wales scenery is unbeatable with stunning views, forest and a waterfalls. There are many scenic walks and gorgeous views from the roadside and  lake side. Cafes, hostels and bunkhouses in superb locations have great views to. North Wales is an ideal location for a relaxing holiday or to explore Wales rich history. Visit the many castles, stately home and gorgeous gardens. Or simply visit a Welsh town and hear the ancient language of Welsh spoken in the shops and streets.