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Bothies and bunkhouses in Wales

Beudy'r Gelli Bothy, Gwynedd
Beudy'r Gelli Bothy, Gwynedd | © National Trust / Mike Henton

Stay in a 400-year-old, restored farm building when you stay at a bunkhouse in Eryri (Snowdonia). Sleeping up to 18 guests, our bunkhouse in Wales offers simple, self-catering accommodation for a large group.

Eryri (Snowdonia)

The Watkin Path, passing Watkin Bunkhouse, Gwynedd

Watkin Bunkhouse, Gwynedd 

This spacious bunkhouse is right on the Watkin Path, a challenging eight mile trail to the summit of Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) and back. You'll be surrounded by mountains, lakes, waterfalls and woodland. With plenty of routes in the area for different abilities, this is the perfect base for a walking weekend or longer holiday exploring Eryri (Snowdonia). Sleeps 21.

The exterior of Hendre Isaf, Wales

Hendre Isaf Bunkhouse, Conwy 

Grade II listed, Hendre Isaf is a former farm building that has been renovated into a self-catering bunkhouse in Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park. It's located in prime walking country, close to wold, 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.

The exterior of Llyndy Bothy, Gwynedd

Llyndy Bothy 

Try camping in a 'stone tent' in this rustic bothy in the heart of Eryri (Snowdonia).

The exterior of Tan Y Coed Bothy, Gwynedd

Tan y Coed Bothy 

Set in the heart of Eryri (Snowdonia), Tan y Coed Bothy is a simple, rustic building that offers ideal accommodation for walkers needing an over-night stop, or anyone looking to get back to basics for a couple of days.

Beudy'r Gelli Bothy, Gwynedd

Beudy'r Gelli Bothy 

Forget the tent next time you go away and stay in this rustic stone bothy with views over nearby Dinas Emrys.


The exterior of Cwm Ivy Lodge Bunkhouse, Wales

Cwm Ivy Lodge Bunkhouse 

A fully accessible woodland bunkhouse on the Gower Peninsular with views across Whiteford Burrows National Nature Reserve.


The exterior of Gupton Farm Surf Lodge, Pembrokeshire

Gupton Farm Surf Lodge 

A short walk from golden beaches, this basic and comfortable lodge is great for exploring the Pembrokeshire coast and enjoying the county's many activities.

Explore Wales

Daffodils in the park at Penrhyn Castle and Garden on a sunny day in Gwynedd, Wales


Explore fairy-tale castles, glorious gardens and a wild Celtic landscape brimming with myths and legends on your visit to Wales.

Two women walking on a path through woodland on Southwood Estate, Pembrokeshire in Wales

Walking in Wales 

Explore wide open landscapes, gentler coastal strolls or energetic hikes for something a little more challenging. We've rounded up some of the best places to walk in Wales.

The first double bedroom at The Slipway, Croyde, Devon

Plan your holiday

Inspired to book or would like to find out more? Take a look at our full collection of bothies, bunkhouses, cottages and campsites to find your next getaway.