Bothies and bunkhouses in Wales

Home of myths and legends, dramatic mountains and world-famous coastline, there’s so much to discover on a holiday to Wales. With its craggy peaks and glacial lakes, Snowdonia offers some of finest walking in the UK, while the golden beaches of Pembrokeshire are the perfect place to surf, sail and sunbathe.

Catering for 15 to 44 people, our bunkhouses in Wales offer simple, self-catering accommodation for large groups. Set in stunning locations, from Brecon to Snowdonia, our bunkhouses are ideal for a big family get-together, special occasion or school trip.

The sitting room of Hendre Isaf Bunkhouse, Conwy

Hendre Isaf Bunkhouse, Conwy 

Grade II listed, Hendre Isaf is a former farm building that has been renovated into a self-catering bunkhouse in Snowdonia National Park. It’s located in prime walking country, close to wild, open moorland and wooded valleys. Inside, the bunkhouse has ample space for large groups with an open-plan kitchen/lounge area – the perfect place to relax after a day hiking the trails.

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The exterior of Dan Y Gyrn, Wales

Dan y Gyrn Bunkhouse, Powys 

Nestled in Upper Tarell Valley in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons, Dan y Gyrn Bunkhouse is an ideal base for walking groups and adventurous families with a love of the outdoors. The bunkhouse is equipped to accommodate a group of 15 people and benefits from an enclosed garden with a barbeque.

The sitting area at Dinefwr Bunkhouse, Wales

Dinefwr Bunkhouse, Carmarthenshire 

Dinefwr offers a luxury bunkhouse experience in the Brecon Beacons. With space for 16 people, it’s the perfect group accommodation for a big birthday celebration or family gathering. It has a patio area where you can gather the group for a summer BBQ and look out over the sweeping deer park below. And on colder evenings you can curl up on the squishy sofas in front of the log-burner.

The exterior of Swan House, Stackpole, Wales

Swan Bunkhouse, Pembrokeshire 

If you’re looking for group accommodation in Wales with a little more luxury, this bunkhouse on Stackpole estate could be the one for you. It can accommodate up to 24 guests in a mix of single, twin and king-size rooms, all of which are en-suite. Part of the Stackpole Activity Centre, the bunkhouse is ideal for corporate and education groups.

Exterior of Shearwater Bunkhouse, Stackpole, Wales

Shearwater Bunkhouse, Pembrokeshire 

Go kayaking, coasteering or hiking along the Pembrokeshire coast when you stay in this large bunkhouse in Wales. With seven bedrooms, it is the ideal accommodation for a large group of family or friends to holiday together. Pembrokeshire is one of the top stargazing spots in the UK, so when the sun sets head outside and unleash your inner astronomer.

The exterior of Kestrel, Stackpole, Wales

Kestrel Bunkhouse, Pembrokeshire 

Located at Stackpole Activity Centre, Kestrel House is a vast, self-contained bunkhouse on the Pembrokeshire coast. Inside, the bunkhouse is kitted out to accommodate a large group of up to 35 guests with a spacious living/dining area and even a games room. You'll be close to the golden beaches of Pembrokeshire and Barafundle Bay is a 10-minute drive from the bunkhouse.

The exterior of Kingfisher Bunkhouse, Pembrokeshire

Kingfisher Bunkhouse, Pembrokeshire 

With the capacity to sleep 44 people, this bunkhouse at Stackpole Activity Centre is ideal accommodation for education groups, school trips and youth groups. With a large dining area, commercial sized kitchen and private play area, it has been carefully designed to accommodate groups with children. There are also three group leader rooms and a twin accessible room.

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