Rooms From £69.00Gwynedd Wales
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Craflwyn Hall is located less than a mile from Beddgelert and close to the Afon Glasyn River. This charming Victorian, former hunting lodge is owned by the National Trust and is set within Craflwyn Estate. The property’s bedrooms are housed in the main house and stable block. Each room has free Wi-Fi, a TV and tea and coffee-making facilities. The house features a bright dining room, conservatory and a bar. The dining room is shared and there is a fixed time for evening meals. The property offers gluten free meals and are accredited by Coeliac UK. You can go walking in the surrounding mountains, including Mount Snowden and Moel Hebog, which are within 5 miles of the property. The bays and cliffs of the Lyn Peninsula are approximately 30 minutes’ drive away. Local attractions include Caernarfon Castle and the village of Portmeirion, which can be reached in around 30 minutes by car. The Welsh Highland Railway, a heritage line, runs through the village of Beddgelert.
Please note that the remaining balance will be automatically taken on the day of arrival, from the card provided. This means that guests do not have to pay upon arrival. Any extras, such as food and drink will be paid upon departure. Extra beds are subject to availability and have to be request at the time of booking. Payments will appear on bank statements as HF Holidays. Please note that no evening meals will be available from the 8 July 2016 until 14 July 2016. Please inform Craflwyn Hall in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation.Check Availability & Prices