This listing was set live on the 8th November 2017
Holiday home facilities
Holiday home facilities
Wonderful Snowdonia Lodge nestled in the Conwy Valley within Snowdonia National Park sits in an amazing location with stunning views. Full Central Heating, Double Glazing and Large Decking Area with Table & Chairs - High Spec Lodge, featuring open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area. Smart TV, separate DVD, free Wifi. Well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, fridge freezer, gas cooker, microwave, iron etc. Double bedroom, and a Twin bedroom. Located in the picturesque village of Trefriw and nestling beneath and with spectacular views of Gwydyr Mountain.
There are several family friendly pub/restaurants & cafe/tea rooms in the village all within walking distance serving a very high level of food at good value. There is a post office and butcher/general store in the village with many shops, cafes, pubs etc in the adjacent market town of Llanrwst.
Trefriw is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. With Walking on the Trefriw Trails, Mountain Biking on the Marin Trail, Fishing on nearby Lake Crafnant, Canoeing, White water rafting, Pony Trekking, Surfing (Surf Snowdonia only 2 mins away by car) and all the Zip World adventures close by (Zipworld FForest site only 5 minutes drive). Betwys y Coed a 10 min drive from the lodge (An outdoor pursuits paradise) with several tourist attractions and great places to eat. Snowdonia Lodge is a perfect base for those wanting to climb Snowdon. The much acclaimed sea side resort of Llandudno with its award winning beaches is just a scenic 15 min drive, not forgetting the medieval walled town of Conwy with the awe inspiring Castle built by Edward and its beautiful harbour Ionly 10 mins drive. Why not go on www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk and type our postcode in (LL27 0RZ) to see for yourself the wealth of things to do with the family within close proximity.
Based on 2 guest ratings
Date of stay - 18 Sep 2020 - 21 Sep 2020
We have just returned from our weekend in the lodge and would highly recommend everything about it...the lodge itself, the facilities, the tranquil setting and the village is so beautiful. Lots of lovely walks and a lovely local waterfall within a few minutes walk from the lodge where there's little fairy pictures scattered about for children to find on the walk up to the fountain, plus a lovely recreation park next to the lodges with swings, zipline etc and picnic benches. There's a few local pubs within 400 yards, we ate in the Fairy Falls hotel and food was beautiful. We'd definitely recommend to family and friends and will be booking up ourselves again too.
Family With Young Children
Date of stay - 7 Aug 2020 - 10 Aug 2020
We had a great weekend at the lodge. Its in a perfect location for visiting Snowdonia. The owner kept in touch throughout the booking process and made sure everything was ok on arrival. We are already hoping to book again sometime.