Our chalet is situated in a beautiful quiet setting, overlooking the lake. The chalet comfortably sleeps six, ideal for a family. Our open plan kitchen/living room has all the utensils that you need to be able to cook in the comfort of the chalet. Food and takeaway is also available on site. We are located in Caeathro, Wales, United Kingdom.
WiFi is FREE in public areas with some signal in the chalet.
Our chalet is enviably located in 120 acres of landscaped grounds; including woodland, a lake, and streams and rivers. You are welcome to explore the park, and the paths, and enjoy the peaceful and tranquil atmosphere you will find here. And with Anglesey, Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula all within easy reach you will never be short of things to see and do. Bar & Restaurant Our poolside bar and restaurant is open daytimes and evenings, up to seven days a week - during the main season - and offers a great choice of home-cooked snacks, lunches and evening meals, with a weekly menu and takeaway option. There are separate lounges for adults and families, but we’re careful to advise we’re not a sports bar, rather somewhere to relax and enjoy peaceful surroundings.
Outdoor Heated outdoor pool is heated to a comfortable temperature and open from July to September. The pool is family-friendly, and always staffed by a pool attendant. The pool is the perfect place to enjoy time with the kids, or relax, swim, sunbathe and enjoy the summer weather. Children’s Play Area Our children’s play area is well equipped with a good range of modern play equipment including climbing frames, slides, swings and toddler play equipment. The play area features safety matting throughout and is gated and fenced.
Fishing – Coarse & Fly Glan Gwna boasts its own coarse fishing lake, and the river Seiont flows through the park. Anglers can enjoy carp, trout and salmon fishing within the park itself. We also offer a second private fishing lake at nearby Pentir, aimed at expert anglers with the opportunity to fish for carp as well as roach, rudd and bream. Daily permits can be purchased in reception, and please note, a rod licence is required.
Launderette On-site modern facility with coin-operated washers and dryers.
Getting around Attractions & Activities in North Wales Action Packed Holidays, Snowdonia and North Wales You’ll never be short of something to do when you spend your holidays with us! From family days out, Welsh culture and history, to outdoor and adventure activities. There really is something for everyone, and all within easy reach of the park.
To give you a taste of what is on offer we have compiled this list of activities and attractions in the area. Outdoor Activities Walking & climbing – from gentle accessible footpaths to the rugged hills and cliffs of Snowdonia Biking – forest trails, mountain biking and road biking Fishing & angling – coarse and fly fishing on lakes and rivers, and sea fishing off the North Wales and Anglesey coast Watersports – paddle sports (canoeing and kayaking and stand-up paddleboard), sailing, power boating, and swimming – the area has some of the best, and cleanest beaches in the UK Recreation – golf, nature, bird watching, photography Attractions – Adventure Activities Zip World – the world’s longest and fastest zip wires Zip World Caverns – underground adventures in Blaenau Ffestiniog Go Below – authentic underground adventures Surf Snowdonia – inland surf lagoon Bear Gryll’s Rib Ride – white knuckle rib rides Antur Stiniog – acknowledged as the world’s best downhill mountain bike trails And plenty more! Attractions – Steam Railways Welsh Highland Railway Ffestiniog Railway Snowdon Mountain Railway Llanberis Lake Railway Welsh Castles Caernarfon Castle Beaumaris Castle Conwy Castle Nature & Wildlife Glaslyn Osprey Project Theatres Venue Cymru - Llandudno Galeri – Caernarfon Local Tourist Attractions Portmeirion - world famous Italianate village Caernarfon Air World - air museum Gypsy Wood - nature tourism attraction Pili Palas - butterfly, bird and minibeast palace Greenwood Forest Park - award winning family attraction The Fun Centre - indoor fun centre in Caernarfon Snowdonia Snowdonia was awarded National Park status in 1951, and is the second largest National Park in England and Wales, most recently it has also become a designated Dark Skies Reserve.
Snowdonia includes some of the most beautiful – and spectacular – scenery in the UK. From rolling foothills, forests and lakes to dramatic mountain tops, including Snowdon – the highest point in England and Wales. Snowdonia is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, with countless opportunities for biking (road and trail), walking, scrambling, climbing and paddle sports. Snowdonia is also widely accepted as the adventure capital of the UK.
The area also offers endless opportunity for less energetic pursuits including more gentle walks, angling, golf, bird watching, wildlife, world-famous steam railways, National Trust properties and numerous World Heritage Sites including several castles. Llyn Peninsula The Llyn Pensinsula is a renowned tourist destination, with hotspots such as Abersoch and Aberdaron. In the summer people flock to the Llyn for its combination of easy access, good weather and miles upon miles of golden sandy beaches. The Llyn Peninsula offers endless potential for watersports, there is a large and modern marina at Pwllheli, world-class surfing at Hell’s Mouth and numerous fantastic beaches for swimming, sunbathing, sailing, paddle sports and fishing. But the Llyn Peninsula isn’t all about the sea, there are excellent golf courses, and it is a beautiful part of the world to explore by car, bike or on foot; with hidden coves, quaint villages and picturesque harbours.