Glanllyn Lodge

Accommodation, Self Catering in Bala

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Glanllyn Lodge


Situated near Wales’ largest natural lake in the Snowdonia National Park, Glanllyn Lodge is a historic gatehouse lodge, completely renovated and furnished and equipped to the highest of standards. It has been awarded a 5 star grading by Visit Wales (originally the Wales Tourist Board).

The Lodge sleeps up to 5 and comprises of one en-suite double bedroom, one twin bedroom and one single bedroom. Bed linen and towels supplied.

The large oak kitchen/diner has a dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave etc.

There is a superb luxury bathroom with a whirlpool bath....Go on - spoil yourself!
The comfortable lounge is furnished to a high standard and to enhance your stay, it is equipped with sky TV & a DVD player.

Glanllyn Lodge has Wi-Fi / Broadband.

The Lodge is centrally heated and double glazed throughout and outside has an enclosed paved area with garden furniture. A no smoking and no pets policy applies.
Occupants of the Lodge have access to 16 acres of parkland bordering the lake which is a touring caravan and camping park during the Summer months. There is access for sailing, canoeing and fishing throughout the year. The Aran, Arenig, Berwyn and Cader Idris mountain ranges are all nearby and there is an abundance of local walks to suit everyone.
The small market town of Bala is 3 miles away with plenty of small shops, restaurants, pubs, golf course, cinema and a leisure centre.


“ Teach to me the mystery, Of the Cauldron’s Brew..” Damh the Bard.
Wales is like a living storybook full of enchanting tales, myths and legends and Llyn Tegid ( Bala Lake) takes its name from a character in the Mabinogi, which is a collection of stunning Welsh stories. This unique jewel of a location, makes a very special backdrop to your stay at the Glanllyn Camping Park and Lodge. Offering 16 acres of level lush green parkland, the site is peaceful and well maintained with lovely clean facilities, including a well stocked camp shop and a super park for kids.
Alternatively Glanllyn Lodge is a charming historic gatehouse, which offers a little bit of luxury, with central heating and double glazing throughout. The decor is a harmonious blend of traditional and modern, with the rather wonderful addition of a stunning bathroom with a whirlpool bath!

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Nearby Attractions

Bala Lake Railway 1

Bala Lake Railway

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Bala Adventure & Watersports Centre

Bala Lake / Llyn Tegid, a large freshwater glacial lake in Gwynedd, Wales has been attracting visitors since the early 19th Century. A big, blue tranquil mirror brimming over with Myths and Legends

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The National White Water Centre

The National White Water Centre is set on the banks of the River Tryweryn, near Bala. The Tryweryn is dam controlled ensuring great water conditions all year round

Nearby Eating Out

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Yr Eagles Llanuwchllyn

The head of the big, blue, glassy mirror of Bala lake is situated in the splendid village of Llanuwchllyn. It is also the HQ of the Bala Lake Railway, and the nostalgic

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Old Wives Tales

Welcoming and elegant; you’ll fall completely, and utterly in love with the terracotta-coloured restaurant; Old Wives Tales, situated in the historic market town of Bala, in the Snowdonia National Park, Wales.

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Plas Yn Dre Restaurant

Whether it's a light lunch ranging from local granary bread sandwiches to battered fish, homemade chips and mushy peas or a full on a la carte meal-ie pan-fried