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Birthplace of Lawrence of Arabia, 4 star hostel and B&B
|Accommodation at the 4 star Snowdon Lodge from only £16.50 per night including a light breakfast check website for more details on private rooms and food availability.
Whilst retaining lots of the original features, Snowdon Lodge has recently been extensively renovated to provide the ultimate in clean, comfortable and secure accommodation for backpackers.
Snowdon Lodge is perfectly situated close to both the spectacular mountains of Snowdonia and the beautiful sandy beaches and coves of the Llyn Peninsula. We are in our own grounds adjoining woodlands and fields. Yet only 2 mins walk to the pubs and shops of Tremadog & Porthmadog.
We welcome both the traveler who wants to just chill out in comfort for a few days, or those who want to participate in the widest choice of activities available.
Whether it is trekking up Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales, climbing on the nearby Tremadog Rocks, exploring the rocky coves of Borth-Y-Gest, or lazing on the beach at Black Rock Sands, everything is close, whether you are walking, driving or using public transport.
Nearby is the famous Portmeirion Italianate village, the castles of Harlech and Criccieth, and the Ffestiniog And Welsh Highland narrow gauge railways.
Our staff will be happy to organise guides to take you walking, climbing gorge traversing etc, etc, and tell you how to get to centres offering white water rafting and canoeing, mountain bike hire, dry slope skiing, horse riding, golf and full courses check out our activities page for 50 plus things to do from Snowdon Lodge.
Choice of dormitories sleeping 10, 8, 6 or 4 in modern bunks with duvets and crisp, clean sheets Private, twin, double and 4 poster bedrooms are available
|T E Lawrence - This Lodge was built in 1880 and is famed for being the birthplace of T E Lawrence known to most as Lawrence of Arabia.
There is a new Tea room within the building called Cafe Lawrence. |