Next available weekend 12th-14th May


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in the pool

10 mile Water station for Trail Marathon Wales

The runners

Rhaeadr Mawddach - Walking distance from Glyn-yr-Aur

WELCOME TO GLYN YR AUR....

Glyn-yr-Aur, is situated in the Snowdonia National Park on the edge of the Coed-y-Brenin Forest Park where its 127 acres merge seamlessly in to the park's 9000 acres of forests, valleys, mountains and hill pastures.

With breath-taking mountain views, a myriad of trails, forests, vales and unparalleled sunsets, our self-catering holiday let has something to offer every kind of holiday-maker - at very competitive rates.

For those seeking a quiet, relaxing holiday there is the seclusion and tranquillity of the mountain walkways and shaded forest trails, where few people can be found even in the height of summer.

For those who want a more 'high octane' experience, there are the twists, turns, loops and climbs of the "Beast", "Dragons Back" and other mountain bike routes which are rated very highly by many in the cycling world.

Whether it's spending lazy days picnicking by the shores of our river or travelling further afield to marvel at legendary mountain Cader Idris, or to take in the beach at Barmouth, we're sure that all the ingredients for a perfect break can be found here - whatever the time of year.

Check through this website to find out more about our cottage, our facilities and the surrounding area.


Competitors in the 2012 Coed-y-Brenin Enduro passing through our land         More pictures

Interesting Pictures taken here in January 2010
which became more interesting in December 2010 followed by the rains

Glyn yr Aur Slideshow                                 
Self-catering barn conversion in the Snowdonia National Park sleeping 4 to 6 persons
with 2 bedrooms,2 shower rooms, oak panelled fully equipped kitchen, TV, playstation,computer and wireless broadband Details

Prices & Availability      Contact Details and Bookings


our river
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