Set in over 35 acres of natural woodland, this wonderful rural park caters for all your holiday needs providing luxury accommodation away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
While away the evenings under the clear night sky with a glass of wine whilst letting the massaging water of your outdoor hot tub melt away all your stresses and cares.
For anglers there is a 6-acre fishing lake on the doorstep, the seaside village of Criccieth with its glorious beach and tasty fish and chips is just a mile away and further afield Snowdonia with its array of outdoor pursuits awaits.
Spending quality family time together is a rare luxury these days, but this is what you’ll get at Bron Eifion Lodges, experiencing simple pleasures.
The property provides everything needed for a hassle-free break and after a day doing whatever you choose, just imagine; sipping a glass of wine soaking in the warm bubbles of your own secluded hot tub beneath the stars.
There is a range of accommodation at this beautiful rural park however Glaslyn Lodge is the only style which boasts a hot tub.
This lodge is fully-equipped and offers all the comforts of home with some luxurious touches to make your stay extra special. Sleeping 2-6 people in 2 bedrooms and a sofa bed it is ideal for, friends, families or couples looking for a country retreat.
Dogs love Wales many of the attractions are dog-friendly, there are vast beaches to let off steam, plus miles of open countryside to explore and as our four-legged friends are part of the family it’s no surprise more of us are bringing them along when we book a short break.
Some properties at Bron Eifion welcome pets including Glaslyn Lodge, however it is best to check before booking
In this section, we take a look at Bron Eifion Lodges along with checking out the amenities. Also, what the surrounding area has to offer
This traditional style log cabin boasts spectacular lakeside views and has been tastefully decorated throughout providing homely accommodation for up to 4; perfect for discovering all that Gwynedd has to offer.
The secluded decking area is perfect for alfresco dining before slipping into the warm bubbles of your own private hot tub after a day spent exploring the surrounding area.
Listen to the birds and gaze at the starlit sky while sipping a glass of wine, a real treat and heavenly end to a day doing exactly what you please.
Finished to a high standard, this charming property has a warm and cosy atmosphere, combining modern living with rustic charm. Enjoy your morning cuppa on the veranda watching the ducks on the lake while planning the day ahead,
The fully-equipped kitchen fulfills all your self-catering needs and the open plan living area is ideal for curling up with a good book or watching a film on more chilly evenings
Glaslyn Lodge is heated throughout meaning you can take advantage of the fantastic low season offers and enjoy a rural escape at any time of year
Overall rating - 88%
Location & surroundings - 88%
Helpfulness of staff - 89%
Value for money - 92%
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North Wales has something for everyone; long stretches of golden sands, majestic mountains, a rich history and for the more energetic, some of the best outdoor pursuits in the country
Ride a steam train, take a trip on a horse-drawn boat or a cable car, explore on foot, on 2 wheels or on horseback. Climb the winding stairs of ancient castles stand on turrets and imagine the great battles or go trampolining underground at Bounce Below at Blaenau Ffestiniog
There are exotic gardens to meander through, zoos, museums, you can even go llama trekking and the wildlife is second to none, a boat trip is a must; take binoculars and discover the wealth of seabirds, colonies of seals and if you’re lucky dolphins and whales
Heritage railways are among the most popular attractions, after all, they’re a fantastic way to enjoy the magnificent scenery. You can reach the summit of Snowdon by train and there’s one at Llangollen where you'll find Thomas the Tank Engine.
This country is a paradise for lovers of the great outdoors with every conceivable outdoor pursuit on offer here.
However, it also boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in the UK which the less energetic can relax and enjoy too and Bron Eifion Lodges are the perfect spot to do so.
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