Within the secluded peaks of Wales’ Snowdonia National Park Mountains, this hideaway is a true escape into the wild. A set of warm welcoming spaces, hand crafted with real sensitivity to the land in which they reside. Tucked away from the world in a wild untouched landscape, with panoramic views of the mountains, sea and sunset, Snowdonia Hideaway offers luxurious self catering accommodation in Snowdonia with abundant creature comforts and breath-taking views. Snowdonia Lodge (Sleeps 2+1) is a beautiful converted barn with private garden, hot tub and log burner, The Crogloft (Sleeps 2 +1) is a tiny converted hayloft with uninterrupted views to Cadair Idris mountain, an outdoor shower room and enclosed garden with firepit. We also offer a suite of rooms in the farmhouse (Sleeps 2 +1) with en suite bathroom, and a private lounge looking out to sea. A perfect place for visiting the Snowdonia National Park, within easy reach of sandy beaches, mountain biking, restaurants, pubs, historic sites, walks and adventures. Book the accommodation together for a large group or family who wish to have their own space, with plenty of room to dine al fresco and the main lodge can seat 6 comfortably around the table. We no longer offer glamping as we would like to allow the wild flower meadow to become established in this sensitive natural site.

Accommodation in Snowdonia

We offer a selection of exceptional accommodation options between the Snowdonia mountains and Cambrian Coast. Expect footpaths from the doorstep and easy access to waterfalls, mountains, shops, 5* restaurants, outdoor activities and historical sites. Snowdonia Lodge (Sleeps up to 2-3) offers luxury living ideal for romantic couples breaks with sunset/sea views, enclosed garden, a log burner and hot tub. Book now

The Crogloft has a double bed and sofa bed with small kitchenette and shower room accessed separately. It has a fire pit and enclosed garden with views to Cadair Idris mountain. Suitable for a couple with one child or two small children. Book now

Wild Snowdonia Guesthouse is a suite of rooms in the main farmhouse for a couple plus one child. It has a comfy private lounge, king ensuite bedroom and a fridge and tea making facilities in the hall.

Space for rest and adventures
  • View toCadair Idris mountain range and sheep
  • Views to Cambrian Bay from Snowdonia Hideaway
  • A red admiral butterfly in Snowdonia
  • Stand up paddle boarding in Aberdyfi
  • Steam railway running below Snowdonia Hideaway and Mountains
  • Beautiful blue skies and green fields in July seen from Tynllwyn Hen
  • views to Cadair Idris
  • Mountain bike trail in Snowdonia

The area surrounding our smallholding is teeming with wildlife, flora and fauna. Watch the red kites fly high, and see the return of the swallows to nest in the barn in summer. Watch dolphins from the beach from June-August and enjoy the huge night sky from the comfort of the wood fired hot tub in this special protected night sky zone of Wales. We welcome children and families, walkers, couples and groups. Indulge yourself with a Swedish massage, pedicure, meditation session and yoga all available from your host.

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A base to explore Snowdonia
  • Tywyn beach
  • Beautiful blue skies and green fields in July seen from Tynllwyn Hen
  • Mountain bikes and storage in Snowdonia
  • The Tal Y Llyn Steam Railway near Rhydyronen

Try a weekend of walking, wild swimming or stand up paddle boarding. Pop to the local pub, a 20 minute walk away. Take advantage of the local mountain biking scene or try adventure activities such as climbing, wild swimming, riding, zip wires or surfing. Visit waterfalls, historic castles and over 5 local beaches. Sample fresh Saltmarsh lamb, fish from the bay and locally brewed beer in the award winning restaurants and pubs nearby. Whatever your Welsh adventure, we can help you craft some fantastic memories of Snowdonia into your stay. Give us a call to create your perfect Snowdonia holiday.

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What our Customers think of us

Gorgeous views, lovely walks and pub nearby and lots to explore and do.
Thanks Katy for such a fabulous weekend.

Walks in Snowdonia

There is plenty to explore in this area of Snowdonia. Walkers will find paths suitable for a variety of levels-plenty of high mountain peaks, flat long beach walks, gentle walks with panoramic views and easy walks suitable for younger children or those with more limited mobility. Precipice walk, the Mawddach Estuary, Cadair Idris, Cregannen Lakes, Aran Fawddwy and Dolgoch waterfalls are all easily accessible by car from your base.

About Us

Encil Eryri offers self catering holidays in Snowdonia National Park with a warm Welsh welcome. A family run smallholding with panoramic views which supports sustainable tourism and the local community. All are welcome here.