|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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If you are looking for either an active or quiet holiday - Lyndhurst Lodge is the ideal place to be. Situated in a quiet corner of Hafan-Y-Mor Holiday Park surrounding by trees with distant views of Snowdonia mountain range but also within a short easy walking distance to the on-site leisure facilities. This includes swimming, Go-karting, adventure golf, rope works, boating lake, fishing lake, pedal cars and bikes, shops, restaurants and show-bars. Lyndhurst Lodge a spacious and comfortable 6 berth holiday home consisting of a large bathroom with an electric shower, open aspect living and dining area with fitted kitchen with built in cooker and hob. Double bedroom downstairs, two twin bedded rooms upstairs reached via a spiral staircase. Upstairs there is an airing cupboard, very useful for drying those swimming costumes for the next day! Also a second television that can be used for playing DVDs.
Please note this is a non-smoking and no pets allowed accommodation.
A wonderful place for the family to stay, located in a quiet area of a lively holiday park! a great base to explore the local towns, villages, beaches and mountains! the Lodge has everything you will need. ?But be aware if you want to use the pool or park entertainment you will need to buy a pass - day passes for the pool are excellent for a rainy day! Hopefully we'll be back soon.
I would have no hesitation in recommending this property to anyone who wants a good base to explore this beautiful part of the UK.
The owners handling of the booking was impeccable from day one, allowing us to pay in instalments was extremely useful with a demanding family. Property was very well equipped and ideal for our family of five.
The Asda and also a good Spar shop in Pwllheli were nicely stocked for supplies but the on site stores are good as well.
We purchased entertainment passes so that we could use the swimming pool (a little expensive but worth it after our days out exploring).
We managed to cram in Snowdon mountain railway, West highland railway, Ffestiniog railway, Llechwyd slate mine, Great Orme copper mine, Great Orme tramway, Caernarfon castle, Criccieth castle and Porthdinllaen with its wonderful Ty Coch inn.
All in all an excellent holiday and would do it all again at the drop of a hat.
Thank you so much Angela.
Was soo looking forward to a break here with my fiancé, little girl and mother in law! First night was fine but the day after no hot water! We went out for the day and left it thinking it'd come back on, by the time we got home it was too late to contact owner so the 2nd day I messaged her to get a sarcastic comment back! Anyway had nothing but trouble from the owner saying she didn't recieve key back even though she recieved the envelope and bank details in the post (obviously to keep some of the security bond) doesn't like to be confronted and also talks to you very patronizing. Motto of the story don't go here unless you want constant emails accusing you of things!
The lodge is situated on a really quiet part of Hafan y Mor park and situated well away from the busy areas but only 5 minutes walk to shops and facilities.
It's west facing so ideal for evening balcony drinks and really well appointed/equipped with parking for one car to the front.
We had a lovely stay for four nights and we were comfortable and relaxed. Communications with the owner were excellent and would recommend the lodge to anyone looking for a break.
Pwyllheli is only 10 minutes drive away (large Asda) and Criccieth about the same the other direction.
The lodge is nicely positioned in a quiet corner of the holiday park. It has its own car parking space.
Shops and site amenities are in easy walking distance. There is a very good Asda store in Phwelli.
We found the lodge well equipped, clean and spacious complete with patio and barbecue.
Wi-fi is available onsite and a charge is made for access, obtainable from site reception.
It is well positioned to visit tourist spots, Cricceith, Port Merrion Italian Village ( where the Prisoner TV series was filmed) Harlech, Shell Island, Barmouth; don't forget to visit the Rock shop near the railway station. And not forgetting Lanberis, your start for Snowdon, we used the train (it is well worth checking the web site for weather conditions at the summit, it was a sunny and dry 15C at Llanberris when we set off, however at the summit it was 2C wet and windy, visibility was very poor) the weather can change rapidly at the summit, maybe a better view next time. Electric Mountain is another good visit, cafe at the visitors centre very good service and value for money.
Overall our short stay at the Lodge was very good and would highly recommend staying here.
Stayed for a week in superb lodge based in a wonderful location. The best of both worlds on a site with loads of activities to keep the whole family entertained but secluded enough to seem away from it all if thats what you prefer. Great lodge like a home from home equiped with everything you could wish for and more and a great base for exploring north wale coast, seasides, castles and snowdonia. highly recomended would definately visit again.
The North Wales region
Beautiful area for exploring Snowdonia National Park either by foot, bike, car or train. Plenty of enchanting little beach coves all within a short distance around the Lleyn Peninsula. There are nearby castles to visit at Harlech, Criccieth and Caernarfon. Take a train ride from one of the various Great Little Trains of Wales stations.
Nearby Criccieth, known for its beauty, made up of everything from traditional tea-rooms to gourmet restaurants with a castle and two beaches, gift shops, a gorgeous ice-cream parlour and many more interesting things to do and see.
Pwllheli is a market town, with a large marina, full of seaside character with a weekly market on a Wednesday, a wonderful fish and chip shop, supermarket and again a choice of two beaches. Local pubs with home-cooking, Chinese restaurant. There is also a RSPB area if you are a keen bird-watcher.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||$122|
A non-refundable deposit of £100.00 is payable at time of booking. A re-fundable security bond of £100.00 is required in addition at time of full payment to cover any breakages or additional cleaning or tidying.
Please note. The decision regarding any deduction of the security deposit is final
Prices do not include any leisure/amenities site passes - these can be purchased seperately from site office if required.
Payment in full to be made 6 weeks prior to start of holiday.
Checking in times at 3pm.
Checking out times at 10am.
Notes on prices:
All prices include water and electric.
Cleaning charges are not included therefore it is your responsibility to leave the lodge clean and tidy. The security refundable deposit will be affected in any instance of breakages or additional cleaning or extra time spent tidying up after your departure.
The cleaning team's comments are reviewed thoroughly and any decision regarding an effect on the security deposit is final.