Located in the spectacular Ogwen Valley, our park nestles within a quiet woodland with Ogwen Bank Falls providing a spectacular backdrop.
The Ogwen is a delightful river, spilling down the mountains of Snowdonia, in parts rushing by, in others quiet stretches and deep pools. Noted for salmon and sea trout, fishing is available in the river but not on the Park.
The whole area is well known for activity-based holidays and this Park in particular. The natural beauty of the Snowdonia National Park (840 square miles of varied countryside) is hard to surpass anywhere and beckons to be explored. The writer George Borrow in 1862 in his book “Wild Wales” described Snowdonia thus:
“Perhaps in the whole world, there is no region more picturesquely beautiful than Snowdonia” …
Deep in the heart of the park is the Olde Worlde Country Club, the former hunting lodge to Penrhyn Castle. Complete with log fire and an excellent licensed bar, the Club provides the perfect atmosphere in which to relax after exploring the wilds of Snowdonia.
Bar meals are served day and evening. Also, take away is available during most of the holiday season, there is a separate bar for children serving soft drinks and coffee.
Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd North Wales, LL57 3LQ
Show lodges available
At this park
Bwyty Blondin Restaurant, Fitzpatricks cafe, Llangollen Vaults, Y Mabinogion fish and chips, Peak restaurant, Bakehouse, Snowdon Inn Plus many more in the area.
Lifestyle Express, Scrabels Gift shop, W H Lewis and Son, Boots.
Closest bus station
Bodforis - 2 mins and Coed y Parc - 4 mins from park
Closest train station