- Best place to stay near Coed Y Brenin.
Never stayed at Cae Gwyn Farm but its been on the list of potentials whenever we’ve been to CyB. As it turns out, we usually stay at the Tyn Y Groes. Cheap, food and beer within stumbling distance of your bed and over the road straight onto the trails. Its pretty damn good…
Glyn-yr-aur we stayed at once. Great location for the riding as the first bit of trail you hit from the house is the Addams Family. Unfortunately it means you end the ride with a momentus slog up the hill and its a drive to the nearest pub (the Tyn-Y-Groes) on an evening…
OldSkool looks brilliant but its pretty pricey compared to the Tyn Y Gores. That said, I have no doubt the experience of staying there would be excellent in their rider-centric setup, knowledge and hospitality. Its on our list of places to try next time we’re there.Posted 4 years agocadairviewlodgeMemberdoris5000Member
just bumping this one. Sorry.
To the folk who have stayed at Cae Gwyn, what’s the vibe like?
Was thinking of heading there for a birthday for some biking/camping/ drinking. There might be 10ish of us. We’re not rowdy – most of us are 30-something parents – although i do quite fancy sitting up late with a bottle of whiskey. Is it the sort of campsite where you can find a bit of space and talk crap late into the evening without disturbing people who are trying to sleep?Posted 3 years agocoolbeanzMember
Another +1 for Cae Gwyn Farm here.
I both camped there and stayed in their barn. Lovely place and great value for money. Just don’t ring the owners’ doorbell at midnight as they won’t be best pleased! Lesson learned.
Oh, and you’re unlikely to get any phone signal out there if you’re on O2/GiffGaff like me, thus you won’t receive the text message asking you not to ring the doorbell.Posted 3 years agoTheArtistFormerlyKnownAsSTRSubscriber
A dozen of us recently stayed in the Royal Ship Hotel in Dolgellau.
I believe their car park has big secure gates locked at night, however when we stayed, there was a mini-music festival on, so we had to park in the Pay & Display. They let us bring our bikes into a secure storage room. The music festival/atmosphere was bang on.
The rooms were fine (albeit some of them didn’t have en-suite), cracking breakfast and the little bistro over the road serves some lovely food.Posted 3 years agojkomoMember
Been happy at all these:
Ty Seren, incredible breakfast and in town so you can visit different pubs.Quiet at night.
Cae Gwyn- basic breaky, will drive you to pub if they can, lovely and quiet.
Tyn y gros- good if there a few if you, not many locals in when we were there. Lots road noise at night.
My fav: Ty Seren, if you like a big night out, curry, a good sleep and great breakfast. The owners are lovely, mountain bikers, and have secure, dry storage.Posted 3 years ago
As a bunch of middle aged blokes who don’t get out much, we like it to count when we do so being in town is a big bonus.
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