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Accommodation in North Wales

Accommodation in North Wales

Our clients travel from around the U.K. and beyond for our courses and services – and we are almost always asked “where can we stay?”
The accommodation listed below are from across North Wales, and the recommendations are based on feedback from our clients about places they have stayed.

Dolbadarn Hotel



The Dolbadarn Hotel is a friendly family run hotel under the personal supervision of Aneuryn Jones and family located in the heart of Snowdonia in Llanberis, North Wales. The hotel endeavours to extend a warm welcome to all their visitors and to make their stay as enjoyable and comfortable as possible.
If you would like to hire one of our qualified Mountain Leaders for a guided walk in Snowdonia then have a look at the range of courses we have on offer HERE.

The Griffin Inn



The Griffin Inn is a community-owned pub, offering accommodation, good food and real ales. It nestles at the foot of the Clwydian Range and is perfectly placed for exploring the region. The original charm is carefully preserved, and is the focal point of a lively and picturesque village.
If you would like to hire one of our qualified Mountain Leaders for a guided walk in the Clwydian Range AONB then have a look at the range of courses we have on offer HERE.

Garth Dderwen



This detached Victorian B&B, set in pretty gardens, is quietly positioned in the centre of Betws-y-Coed ,where, whatever the time of year shops, restaurants, pubs and tourist attractions are open.

Plas Efenechtyd Cottage



Plas Efenechtyd Cottage B&B, Ruthin, North Wales is in the beautiful Vale of Clywd. It is the ideal base from which to explore North Wales . Snowdonia, the welsh coast, Offa’s Dyke Footpath and the Clwydian Way are all within easy reach.

The Old Rectory



The B&B is located on the edge of Clocaenog Forest in the Hiraethog area of North Wales and we are close to Llyn Brenig and the Alwen Reservoir. For those who are more adventurous we are just a short drive from the Snowdonia National Park, the North Wales coast, the Dee Valley, Ruthin, Llangollen, Mold, Chester and Wrexham. We have, on our doorstep an amazing range of activities, things to do and places to see.

Ben’s Bunkhouse



Ben’s Bunkhouse offers clean and comfortable accommodation within easy distance of local amenities, and a 5 minute walk to the local pub (The Vaynol Arms) which serves good food and a selection of beers. Located at the foot of Snowdon, it is ideally suited for climbers and walkers, and there is a wide variety of outdoor activities nearby to suit every taste. It is ideally suited for groups who want a great place to stay within easy reach of the best walking and climbing in Snowdonia. Contact Original Outdoors if you want to hire a local guide for a guided walk on Snowdon or for one of our other trips or courses.

Three Pigeons Inn Campsite


Three Pigeons Inn must boast one of the best-positioned and prettiest small campsites in North Wales. The views across the Vale are stunning and the Pub\Restaurant facilities are second to none. A truly unspoilt and tranquil spot.
At the moment the site is licensed for 10 touring caravans and we can fit 40 to 50 tents. We have toilet and hot shower facilities at the pub, and running water on site.

Midlist Farm Bed and Breakfast


Farmhouse bed and breakfast on Halkyn Mountain in North Wales with fabulous views over the Dee Estuary and the Wirral. Although we’re only 5 minutes away from the A55 Expressway, we are in a truly rural location. Traditional market towns, sandy beaches, castles, country villages, pubs and open countryside are all within a few minutes’ drive.