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Visiting Snowdonia

Cader Idris from Foel Caerynwch


Staying in Snowdonia

We are welcoming you to enjoy, discover and be inspired by what Snowdonia has to offer. There is an abundance of different experiences waiting for you from luxury coastal villages to more rustic farm stays. From glamping and high-end bunkhouse, to back to basics campsites. Snowdonia has some incredible places to stay to suit every budget.

It is important to remember that Snowdonia attracts large number of visitors, and it is expected to be another busy season for the National Park. Booking accommodation well in advance is highly recommended.


Snowdonia’s luxury accommodations are often found in the most stunning locations. Make your journey extra special with a unique accommodation experience.

From pods, to yurts, or tipi’s, there is a vast choice of glamping sites. You do not need to stay within the park, as there are also plenty of choices on the outskirts.


If you are looking for a more basic, close to nature camping experience there is a vast network of campsites with this offer.

Please remember wild-camping is not permitted anywhere in Snowdonia without prior permission from the landowner or farmer. Camping in car parks or on roadside verges is not allowed at any time.

Wild-camping in Snowdonia

Guidance for motorhomes and campervans


Staying in a hotel is a great way of experiencing Snowdonia. Why not leave your car behind at the hotel and make the most of public transport, or hire a bike to experience the best of Snowdonia’s landscapes and cultural experiences?

Pen y Pass (© YHA)

Pen y Pass (© YHA)

Something simple

For those of you who are prefer a simpler way of staying in Snowdonia. There are plenty of choice of hostels and bunkhouses across the region.


Staying in a cottage in the country or a house in a village is a great way of getting out to discover what makes Snowdonia so special. This is great article to help you make a perfect stay:

There is a vast list of places to stay available on the Eryri Mynyddoedd a Môr website

Header image - Morfa Harlech (© Crown copyright (2014) Visit Wales)