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The Craflwyn Centre provides a range of accommodation designed for maximum flexibility. You can choose to stay in the hall, which was the former Victorian hunting lodge ; or the bunkhouse; or a combination of the two.

Whichever part of the estate you are staying in, you can enjoy the stunning location at the foot of  Snowdon and explore the ancient natural woodland.

The nearby village of  Beddgelert is surrounded by mountains and is a focal point for low level and mountain walks. A wide range of attractions are also available on the doorstep, to suit every taste: beaches, historic houses, gardens, archaeological and geological sites and much, much more. Our staff will always be happy to point you in the right direction.

Accommodation provision

Accommodation is available in the recently refurbished 19th Century hall, which sleeps up to 14 people. The majority of the 8 bedrooms are en-suite. In addition to the bedrooms, the hall has a large dining room, a library, conservatory and a drying room. Most of the downstairs rooms have open fires.

The bunkhouse, located in the old stables, accommodates 12 people in a range of distinctive rooms. There is a lounge area, kitchen/dining facilities and a separate drying room.

Accommodation is available on a self-catering basis, or we can arrange catering to suit your requirements.

For advice or information about the facilities on offer at Craflwyn and to make a provisional booking, please phone our office on 01766 510 120. To download a booking form click here.

Bwthyn Mai, a National Trust holiday cottage, is also located on site, for details of the cottage and to book contact holiday cottages on 0870 4584422 or www.nationaltrustcottages.co.uk

Hafod y Llan Campsite is situated approximately 3 miles away from Craflwyn on a working farm owned by the National Trust. The campsite is next to a mountain stream at the base of Snowdon, ideally located for the Watkin Path and exploring the surrounding area. Hafod y Llan was purchased through public donations, the farm is managed to enhance the landscape, nature conservation and its amenity value while ensuring economic benefit to the community through traditional farming. For information about camping at Hafod y Llan click here.


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