Listing Ref: 203
Pen-y-Garth Lodges, Gwynedd
Pen-Y-Garth Lodges are a selection of lodges in the most wonderful location. A little corner of tranquil heaven, in landscaped grounds just a short stroll from the spectacular Bala Lake. This destination is a dream for lovers of the great outdoors, providing easy access to glorious Snowdonia, and all its history and majesty.
At this park:
Bike storage with wash off facility
Wi-Fi access (in designated areas)
Children’s play area
(Please note: All facilities available for all dates. * Charges apply.)
Pen-y-Garth Lodges accommodation
Choose from a delightful selection of gorgeous lodges. Lovely and secluded, the lodges really make the most of their tranquil location. A particular highlight, they all have lovely decking areas and some even boast their own hot tubs. A truly special place to relax and unwind as you bask in the tranquil surroundings after an exciting day (in Foxglove 4, Foxglove 6, Buttercup 4, Buttercup 6, Pen-y-Garth Manor and Platinum lodges only).
Each lodge also has a TV/DVD player with Freeview, as well as a Wi-Fi* connection.
Meanwhile, a well-equipped kitchen includes a microwave and fridge/freezer.
Rent includes bed linen, duvets and towels, in addition to electricity. Travel cots and highchairs are also available, for £15pw each.
Pets £45pw each (max 2) (in specific accommodation only).
Please note: Group bookings may be subject to restrictions. *Charges apply. All non smoking accommodation
Pamper pack – Prosecco, flowers and chocolates – £50 per pack
(order and pay for prior to arrival).
Pen-y-Garth Lodges surrounding area
Rugged mountains, lush valleys, endless lakes and mystical forests define exactly why this stunning area is so wonderful. This little corner of Snowdonia is a remote, secluded haven. Bala is home to an historic town, and of course Bala Lake, the largest expanse of natural open water in Wales. A great place to enjoy sailing and watersports, it also boasts plenty of walking and cycling trails around its picturesque shore. While Bala itself is a quaint market town with a range of traditional shops housed in picturesque buildings making it a charming example of Welsh country life.
Slightly further afield, The Mawddach Trail is a stunning route that follows the disused railway line along the edge of the Mawddach estuary in Southern Snowdonia. Mostly flat and traffic-free, it is stuiable for walkers, cyclists and wheelchir users. A lovely, easygoing way to view the region’s splendour. Meanwhile, Coaed Garth Gell is a woodland and heathland nature reserve that makes a wonderful day out. Choose from tens of trails that meander through beautiful woodland and discover the abundance of local wildlife, at any time of year.