Tremadog 4.3 miles.
Nestled in the stunning landscapes of the Cwm Pennant Valley in the Snowdonia National Park, Brynkir Coach House is a spectacular self-catering property offering up a wonderful base for an action-packed adventure in Wales.
Comprised of five dormitories, two triple bunk rooms with en-suite showers and a self-contained first-floor apartment with a double, a twin and two singles, this striking stone dwelling is perfectly suited to large groups of walkers and outdoor enthusiasts looking to discover the true delights of Wales.
As you step inside this grand and well-designed dwelling, be greeted by both a handy boot room and a drying room, where you can leave your wellies and wet-suites to dry as you return from another memorable adventure exploring your surroundings.
Rinse yourself off in the ground-floor shower rooms, or delight in a long afternoon soak in the ground-floor bathroom just a few steps away.
A well-designed wet room can also be found on the ground-floor providing guests with limited mobility a safe space to shower, whilst four further shower rooms and a cloakroom rest up on the first floor.
Spend your evenings chatting with friends in the dining room as you indulge in a fabulous feast, lovingly prepared in the impressive professional kitchen, before heading up the stairs to the first floor for an entertaining evening playing table tennis in the games room or snuggling up by the woodburning stove that decorates the sitting room.
Continue the festivities out in the garden, gathered around the firepit as you tell all your favourite camp fire stories and admire your spectacular surroundings.
When ready to tear yourself away from this spectacular abode, be sure to grab your hiking boots and head for Moel Hebog, Garnedd Goch and Snowdon, where you can enjoy incredible 360-views throughout your journey.
Avid cyclists should be sure to enjoy a spot of mountain biking whilst thrill seekers can try out a new and exhilarating activity with Glasfryn Parc, Zipworld Slate Caverns and Snowdonia Adventure Activities.
Visit the encompassing towns and villages of Criccieth, Porthmadog and Portmerrion, each home to beautiful sugary beaches, imposing local landmarks and attractions such as Criccieth Castle, the Maritime Museum and Amgueddfa Lloyd George Museum.
Take an unforgettable journey on the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways or see the ancient quarry of Llechwedd over in the picture postcard town of Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Soak up the sunrays on Morfa Bychan whilst tucking into a tasty portion of fish and chips, or head to the historical town of Caernarfon for a tour of the grand World Heritage Fortress and town walls, before dinner and drinks in one of the many well-established restaurants.
Experience Wales like never before on an escape to Brynkir Coach House.