The Lodge

Caernarfon, Snowdonia & the Llyn Peninsula

  • 4 Star
  • In a superb rural and coastal location, The Lodge offers cosy living with a traditional feel, marvellous views to Snowdonia, walking from the door and easy access to Caernarfon, Lleyn Peninsula beaches and the Snowdonia National Park. 


You can book this property from:

  • £490 per week
  • £70 per night
  • 4 Star


Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 1 double bed
  • 3 single beds


  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer


  • 2 WCs
  • Towels provided
  • Bath
  • Shower


  • Family friendly
  • Cot
  • Highchair


  • Garden or courtyard
  • Enclosed garden or courtyard
  • Barbecue
  • Private parking
  • Rural location

How far to ...?

  • Beach 3 miles
  • Pub 1.5 miles
  • Shop 1.5 miles

Special Features

  • WiFi
  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Countryside views

Nearby activities

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Watersports
  • Surfing
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Pony trekking/horse riding


  • Walk-in shower
  • Ground floor WC
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Ground floor bath/shower room

Important - please note

House Rules

  • Check in: 4:00pm
  • Check out: 9:00am

  To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.


The Lodge is a delightful detached house, in a superb, rural yet convenient location, with a south facing aspect and excellent views over to Snowdonia. It is situated near the small hamlet of Llanfaglan, 2.5 miles from Caernarfon, 5 miles from the Snowdonia National Park and with easy access to the beaches of the Lleyn Peninsula. There are footpaths from the door, across fields and the owners’ land, to a historic church and the pebble beach at Foryd Bay, with stunning views across the Menai Straits to Anglesey and towards Caernarfon. Here you can explore the delights of this historic town, with its famous castle, Welsh Highland Railway, cafes, shops and pubs. Approximately 1 mile away is an award-winning cafe/garden centre/shop and the Lon Eifion traffic free cycle route. The Blue Flag Award beach and hill fort at Dinas Dinlle is 6 miles away.

The Cottage: with Welsh slate floors and beamed ceilings throughout the ground floor, The Lodge has a great traditional atmosphere. The owners live a short distance away and are on hand for a warm welcome and any advice needed. Also enjoy the lovely welcome goodies they provide on arrival. Oil central heating. Mobile signal, 4G and WiFi.

The Sitting Room: is a cosy little room with a woodburning stove (logs supplied), Freesat TV and DVD Wifi

The Kitchen Diner: is well equipped with a fitted kitchen, washing machine, dishwasher, electric hob, oven and microwave. The dining area has a pine table and chairs and an electric log-effect stove in the original fireplace.

There are three bedrooms: a ground floor double, and a twin and single on the first floor.

Bedroom 1: the ground floor double is attractively furnished with traditional furniture and a lovely Welsh blanket.

Bedroom 2: is a twin room with good views.

Bedroom 3: is a single room with views.

The main bath/shower room is on the ground floor with a smaller bathroom on the first floor.

Bathroom 1: on the ground floor has a bath and separate shower cubicle, WC and basin.

Bathroom 2: on the first floor has a bath, WC and basin.

Exterior: there are terraced, lawned gardens, with garden furniture to the rear, which give access to 52 acres of the owners’ fields and farm land. Also a seating bench at the front for admiring the views. Private parking for one car. Parking for additional vehicle/vehicles is available on request.

The Lodge is one of a group of three cottages in the area, which can be booked together to sleep up to 14 people. Please see Y Fron Cottages for details.

2 Dogs welcomed

Electricity and heating included

Bed linen and towels provided

Cot available by arrangement; high chair available

No smoking inside please


 The walled town of Caernarfon is one of the most popular places to visit in Wales. Here are Jacky’s top 7 things to see and do whilst on your holiday in the area:

  1. Top of the list has to be to visit the majestic Caernarfon Castle. Open all year, great for all the family and with an interesting Welsh Fusiliers museum.
  2. Take a stroll, or bike ride from the castle, along the walls and past the marina (bike hire available in the town). Enjoy stunning views across the Menai Straits to Anglesey. If feeling energetic, the cycle way continues to the pretty seaside village of Port Dinorwic (Felinheli). Alternatively take it easy and wander back to the many independent shops and cafés in Caernarfon.
  3. The Welsh Highland Railway starts in the town and makes its journey, passing underneath Snowdon, through the mountains to Porthmadog. Beddgelert is a pretty village on en route where you can take a riverside walk, or enjoy a swim! Visit the famous Gelert’s Grave or National Trust shop and sample the very popular Glaslyn ice creams.
  4. For the kids there’s a great outdoor play area and skate park just across the river in Caernarfon. If the weather is not up to scratch there’s an indoor play centre for children and adults, if you dare… I haven’t managed the steepest slide yet! There’s a leisure centre with swimming pool, and on the outskirts of town, Gypsy Wood Activity Park.
  5. My favourite place to eat is the Black Boy Inn, good welsh pub food in a busy, lively atmosphere. Alternatively, during the day, Fron Goch Garden Centre’s award winning restaurant serving home cooked food and cakes is a few miles walk/cycle along the Welsh Highland Railway (Sunday lunch here not to be missed).
  6. The Foryd Nature Reserve runs along the tidal estuary from Caernarfon, enjoying great views of Caernarfon Castle and the Llŷn Peninsula. Whilst there, visit the tiny church at Llanfaglan, romantically positioned overlooking Caernarfon Bay.
  7. Discover the Roman Fort of Segontium on the outskirts of Caernarfon. Built to defend the Roman empire against rebellious tribes, the fort survived until the end of the Roman occupation of Britain, no other fort in Wales was held for so long.