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Bron Eifion Lodges
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The delightful Bron Eifon Lodges are perfectly located for exploring the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia National Park, where an outstanding range of outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed. The family run site is peaceful and tranquil and has several fishing lakes.  The lodges themselves are well appointed around the 40 acres of beautiful mature woodland to offer privacy and stunning lake views. The seaside village of Criccieth and the riverside village of Llanystumdwy both have a good selection of ...
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  • Lakeside setting
  • Fishing
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The delightful Bron Eifon Lodges are perfectly located for exploring the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia National Park, where an outstanding range of outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed. The family run site is peaceful and tranquil and has several fishing lakes.  The lodges themselves are well appointed around the 40 acres of beautiful mature woodland to offer privacy and stunning lake views.

The seaside village of Criccieth and the riverside village of Llanystumdwy both have a good selection of shops pubs and restaurants serving excellent local food and are just 1 mile away.

Bron Eifion Lodges have either two or three bedrooms. The spacious three bedroom Teigl Lodge sleeps up to 6 people and also has a sauna. All of the lodges are comfortable and well equipped with everything you need for a self catering holiday.

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  • A choice of spacious, very comfortable two and three bedroom lodges. All with countryside and lakeside views.
  • Outdoor hot tub (in Glaslyn Lodge only)
  • TV/DVD
  • Kitchen including microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • Shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Terrace and barbecue
  • Gas central heating by meter reading (except Cedron Lodge and Glaslyn Lodge)
  • Electric central heating by coin meter (in Cedron Lodge and Glaslyn Lodge only)
  • Electricity by coin meter
  • Cots £7pw and highchairs £5pw each
  • Pets £25pw each (max 2) (in specific lodges only) (except Teigl Lodge)
  • All non smoking accommodation
  • All lodges have wheelchair access suitable for parties including visitors with partial disabilities – please check when booking
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Cynthia, Saughall
Date of stay: 8th June 2018
Best holiday ever
Craig, Newton
Date of stay: 4th June 2018
A good size, well stocked with everything you could think of lodge. Better than I expected for a fishing lodge.
Lisa, Stoke On Trent
Date of stay: 2nd June 2018
Excellent in all ways, second visit and will be back!!!
Joy, Warrington
Date of stay: 16th April 2018
Well worth it
Date of stay: 16th February 2018
Beautiful, cosy lodge with an overall 'homey' atmosphere in the inside and outside of the lodge. Good heating and kitchen comes with tools and utensils. Helpful and friendly owners. Will definitely come back again.
Joshua, Chester
Date of stay: 9th January 2018
Had a great time in the glaslyn lodge. Everything was great. Furniture was abit outdated but apart from that thorougly enjoyed my stay and would probably return. Hot tub was really good and always nice and hot .
Margaret, Cheshire
Date of stay: 3rd November 2017
Really enjoyed holiday and was happy staying there. Have booked again to go in May this time next year.
Dennis, Portishead
Date of stay: 7th October 2017
Enjoyed every minute
Lisa, Stoke On Trent
Date of stay: 2nd September 2017
Excellent place to fish or just relax. Very freindly and helpful staff. Stunning surroundings. Spacious and comfortable fishing lodge. Loved every minute. Cant wait ti come back!!!!
Nicola, Staffs
Date of stay: 29th August 2017
Couldn't fault it lovely
Andrew, South Wales
Date of stay: 23rd August 2017
cannot wait to return. Would recommend this to anyone looking to get away from it all for a few days. Car is essential as it is quite away from everything but that is the beauty of it.
Robert, Cochester
Date of stay: 14th July 2017
Great experience but too cut off.
Amy, Huddersfield
Date of stay: 9th June 2017
We stayed in Glaslyn Lodge and found our stay pretty much perfect. The lodge was clean and tidy. It had everything we needed. I have a couple of small niggles. They would be a huge crack in the bathroom sink but that's clearly expensive to replace and the internal doors creaking and being difficult to close. This isn't great when you're sneaking about when a 3 year old is in bed! Apart from that we had a thoroughly enjoyable stay and will be back asap. Its a stones throw from Criccieth. Very easy to find. Carol who looked after us was very helpful and also left us to our own devices which was great. I only got to use the hot tub once due to bad weather. Unfortunate!
Date of stay: 20th May 2017
Lodge was clean and spacious, only down fall, found a leak under the sink, but owner promptly checked this out. Hot tub was relaxing.
Heather, Meols
Date of stay: 24th February 2017
Such a lovely place - loads to do and really family friendly
Date of stay: 19th February 2017
Thought it was a lovely and cosy lodge with plenty of space for 3 of us.
Sandy, Knutsford Cheshire
Date of stay: 27th December 2016
Would recommend to any couple or family who just need a no fuss relaxing break.If you like fishing also the lake is stocked full of fish this is one of Wales little secret great place
Lorraine, Leeds
Date of stay: 26th October 2016
Very comfortable.
Andrew, Crawley, West Sussex
Date of stay: 24th September 2016
we have rated this a 9 because it served it's purpose comfortably, it was quiet and tranquil which we like, and we slept well.

loved the bump-pi-ty bump road, reminded us we were in the country!

the only negative is that it is dated; the living area would benefit from laminate or warm lino due to the nature of the site. i.e. possible muddy feet. and a deep clean wouldn't go a miss. i.e. dusty extration fan and cob webs.
Joanne, Felixstowe
Date of stay: 16th July 2016
Lovely lodge, well equipped, great hot tub, shower was a bit rubbish but usable, great size of each room, plenty of space for both of our cars, had a feeling of safety and security.
Andrew, Bexley
Date of stay: 4th July 2016
What a fantastic resort, beautiful lake side lodges, would highly recommend to anyone.
Richard, Blakeney, Gloucestershire
Date of stay: 30th April 2016
The lodges are really beautiful and in fantastic surroundings but some of the furniture could do with repairing or replacing and the microwave needed replacing, the lodge was clean and hot tub was lovely although the cover was a bit tatty, we would love to stay in this lodge again.
Lorna, Redditch
Date of stay: 20th February 2016
Fantastic. Will definitely be back.
Damian, Manchester
Date of stay: 20th February 2016
excellent fishing break
Heather, Walsall
Date of stay: 27th December 2015
My husband and I decided to get away for Christmas this year and stay here. We stayed in one of the Seiont Lodges and it was fantastic! The lodge was spacious, immaculate and the heating was on for us upon arrival. There was plenty of cutlery, etc and the furniture was so comfy!!!! There was no problem in keeping the lodge warm.

The owners greeted us on arrival and were very friendly, lovely people who gave us all the information we needed.

The lodge we stayed in looked out upon the lake and the view was so beautiful. We had a relaxing, stress free break and have had the best Christmas ever this year!
I would definitely recommend staying here...even if you don't fish!
Jane, Hereford
Date of stay: 25th November 2015
Lovely lodge big bedrooms and kitchen was fine hot tub was fantastic constant hot water all the time in all areas
Date of stay: 1st November 2015
Great lodge had a great time
Ian, Chorley
Date of stay: 8th October 2015
Furniture a little tired but totally serviceable.
Sandra, Brampton
Date of stay: 18th September 2015
really nice place to stay hope to go back next year
Anthony, March
Date of stay: 20th June 2015
Clean and airy lodge with all the essentials. Ok the lodge is basic but if you want frills and waiting on then go to a hotel. We found everything very satisfactory.
Date of stay: 8th June 2015
Lovely quiet location. Clean and comfortable lodge. Some signs of wear and tear and lack of equipment (no chopping board).
Ash, Peterborough
Date of stay: 9th May 2015
Everything you need was supplied and was very clean. After reading some reviews regarding the lodge I expected them not to be so clean but was very impressed considering they allow pets also.
Sarah, Cheshire
Date of stay: 10th April 2015
We absolutely loved this break, second year running we have returned. My mum hires ones lodge with her dogs and we hire one as a family with our dog. It is so relaxing and tranquil. To sit by the lake having a drink hearing the birds sing is bliss. There are some lovely walks to go on with the dogs and some beautiful beaches in the area. We found some lovely restaurants and pubs in the village and ate like Kings. The owners could not be more helpful and informative. The hot tub after a long day is an added bonus!We are in the process of booking again for next year!Thank you very much for a lovely stay all the family loved it once again!
Moira, Oswestry
Date of stay: 27th March 2015
Abit tired on sofas and carpets, but other wise it was acceptable.
Richard, Newcastle
Date of stay: 20th March 2015
Lovely location helpful and friendly staff and excellent value
we really enjoyed our stay here and will definitely be back
Paula, Chester Cheshire
Date of stay: 9th February 2015
We stayed in cedron lodge it had everything we needed and was clean on arrival . Only downside was the electric meter, it cost quite a bit so take plenty of pound coins.
Donna, Wrexham
Date of stay: 28th January 2015
Just what we needed
Johanna, Ellesmere Port
Date of stay: 12th January 2015
The lodge itself was bigger than I anticipated, well maintained, very comfortable & with the curtains drawn the views are stunning.
Lyn, Birmingham
Date of stay: 25th November 2014
Big rip in sofa covering
Sandra, Stoke On Trent
Date of stay: 31st October 2014
If I was going to comment at all on the above it'd be that the crockery wasn't perhaps as clean as it could be but that is a reflection on guests NOT the staff as it is the responsibility of guests to wash that!!!
Date of stay: 26th September 2014
Cabin been nice n warm.
John, Leeds
Date of stay: 13th September 2014
a spacious lodge in a beautiful setting on the edge of a well stocked lake. It is a great base to explore the Llyn peninsular and then some great fishing when you get back
Alan, Chester
Date of stay: 9th August 2014
The lodge was was clean and tidy .Animals are allowed to stay in lodges which we have no problem with but you can smell animal !might be a problem to some people. Over all we had everything we needed in the kitchen including the much needed bottle opener !!!!!!. The hot tub is a must after a day of sight seeing just the thing to finish off the day !
Rachel, Redditch
Date of stay: 27th June 2014
The hot tub was amazing.
Gary, Lancing
Date of stay: 5th April 2014
Upgrade to the VIP, the Hot tub is a must, great way to relax after a day out
David, Leicester
Date of stay: 5th April 2014
Our log cabin was lovely, nice and clean just some maintenance issues as in the shower was constantly dripping, the sofas were tatty and had holes and rips in, underfloor heating didn't work, cooker the knobs came off and had to light it with a match, and the flame didn't look like it was burning properly as only worked on one side.

I would say that there overpriced for what you get if you went in high season, because if i was paying that sort of money i would want everything working properly and looking nice.
Rhian, Abercynon, Rct
Date of stay: 31st March 2014
I was a bit worried about the fact that was an electric coin meter and gas central heating where the bill would be payable at the end of the holiday however i needn't have worried as we only used £3.00 in electric and no charge for the heating as we didnt need it on.
Lesley, Rugby
Date of stay: 21st March 2014
Gillian, Wigan
Date of stay: 18th March 2014
TV and sofa could do with replacing. Door handles very noisy. Hot tub superb.
Denise, Winsford
Date of stay: 10th January 2014
covering shabby on sofa's and ripped in a few places, dog hair notice which was not from my dog, slight smell in cabin.
Rebecca, Denbigh
Date of stay: 16th December 2013
Lovely place, very nice for what we wanted,which was to do completely nothing. Loved spending time with my husband and catching up, but we weren't too far away from anywhere for a day out. The hot tub was fabulous (even in December :-) ) would definitely stay again- thank you x
Jonathan, Warrington
Date of stay: 2nd December 2013
A very quiet location. Beautiful scenery would recommend to people who want a quiet relaxing break. Also for people who like to fish as the lake outside the lodges is lovely.
A beautiful place with the most amazing views..the owners were very accommodating..log was amazing..
Lovely quite . Beautiful place
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Fun Days Out near All

about 6 Miles
Glasfryn Activity Parc is an award winning year round attraction with plenty of facilities to keep the whole family happy. Quad Bikes, Archery, Soft Play and even Wakeboarding can all be enjoyed. The site also has a fantastic farm shop, a café and 10 pin bowing complex.
about 18 Miles
This attraction is really something special and has reached the finals of the "Best Family Day Out" category in the National Tourism Awards for Wales.  It's actually the only attraction in North Wales to be shortlisted for this prestigious award. Located in the Snowdonia region there are many rides and activities including Jungle Boat Adventure, Den Building, Green Dragon Roller Caoster, Treetop Towers and the BareFoot Trail.  Kids of all ages will love it here and we think it's excellent value as well.
about 18 Miles

An adventure boat company in the heart of Wales. Whether it's adrenaline fueled fun, or a relaxing river tour, you and your family will want to book up with Rib Ride. Ride a 'RIB' boat on the Menai Strait or take a Bear Grylls adventure boat tour. Very highly reviewed on Trip Advisor. Tours for bridges and swells, puffin and seals, castle and islands and more.

about 22 Miles
Penrhyn Castle is a neo-Norman castle is located in the stunning Gwynedd region of Wales. The castle will appeal to those who enjoy sites of historical interest as well as to families looking to enjoy a fun day out. The Castle is in very good condition and guided tours are on offer. Don't miss a look at the grand hall with its exquisite collection of paintings or the Victorian Kitchen which gives amazing insight into the running of the Castle. Other highlights include the Servants Rooms and the one ton slate bed which was originally made for Queen Victoria.
about 27 Miles
Dyfi Discoveries - These family friendly boat trips around the stunning Snowdonia National Park are ideal for sight seeing and wildlife watching. While enjoying the breathtaking scenery visitors can try to spot local marine life including Bottle Nose Dolphins and Leatherback Turtles. Trips are designed to be as interactive as possible and are suitable for children of all ages. Life jackets are provided and warm, waterproof clothing should be worn.
about 32 Miles
A visit to Great Orme Ancient Mines is offers a fun and educational daytrip for families. The amazing site allows visitors to explore the copper mines which are thought to date back to the Bronze Age but were only discovered in 1987 during a landscaping project. The tours provide an insight into the way of life for miners over 3,500 years ago. A family ticket is just £16.00
about 33 Miles
Located in the North of Wales with a spectacular setting high above Colwyn Bay this is a lovely zoo which makes an excellent family day out.  Highlights include the Chimp Encounter, Penguin Parades, Bear Falls and the Children's Farm.  The setting is perfect for walking around and you can take in the superb scenery, roam the wooded pathways and relax on the grassy slopes.  There are many rare and endangered species to see and learn about including the Snow Leopards and the Red Pandas not to mention the Sumatran Tigers. You can also buy the experience of being a zoo keeper for a day, either for yourself or as a gift.