Cynlas is a smallholding in the top left-hand corner of Wales, just a few miles south of Caernarfon.  

We are on a hillside with woods, a stream and views over the Irish Sea and Anglesey.

We offer accommodation. Please see details for the lodge and static below.

We keep a small number of pigs – rare breeds like Saddleback, Gloucester Old Spot and Large Black. When they get friendly, we have natural mixes of them.

They live in the woods unless they are turning over some rough ground for us.

We usually have bacon, sausages and pork available.

We also have poultry including Chicken, Turkeys and Guinea Fowl.

THE LODGE

The Lodge is a newly refurbished 2 bedroom holiday cottage in the grounds of Cynlas.

It can comfortably sleep 4 and at a squeeze, up to 6.

The lounge area has a wood burning stove which powers the central heating and hot water.

Outside there is a private dining area (furniture not pictured) with BBQ.

As it faces west, sunsets over the sea are a regular feature.

The Kitchen has a gas hob with electric oven. It also has a fridge and dishwasher. It is well equipped for home cooking.

There is a large table which can seat up to 8.

There is access to a washing machine in the farm

The main bedroom has a double bed, wardrobe and dressing table. It also has lovely views over the farm.

The second bedroom has a double bed and bunk beds, wardrobe and desk. Sheets and duvets are provided.

The shower room has toilet, sink and shower.  We provide plenty of towels.

BOOKINGS

On arrival you will be welcomed by a grocery pack including milk, tea, coffee, a loaf of homemade bread and if the hens are laying, some eggs

High season May-August

Weekly Friday to Friday £500

Long Weekend Friday to Monday £300

Mid Week Monday to Friday £250

(full weeks only during school holidays)

Low season September-April

Weekly Friday to Friday £300

Long Weekend Friday to Monday £200

Mid Week Monday to Friday £150

Your booking will be secured with a non returnable deposit of £100.

Please look at our static caravan below if you’re a large party. You may book in conjunction or as a separate holiday.

If you want some other combination just ask.

To book please contact Paul on bookings@cynlas.com or 01286 831645 or 07546 301150

STATIC

Yes its an old static caravan so its cheap but comfortable (in the depths of winter you have to be a bit brave to stay in it).

The Kitchen has a fridge, sink and a gas hob and oven and is equipped for self catering.

Shower room has shower, sink and toilet.  Towels are provided.

The main bedroom has double bed and cupboards, while the second bedroom has twin narrow beds suitable for younger children.  The beds are all made up.

High season May-August

Weekly Friday to Friday £270

Long Weekend Friday to Monday £180

Mid Week Monday to Friday £140

(full weeks only during school holidays)

Low season September-April

Weekly Friday to Friday £180

Long Weekend Friday to Monday £100

Mid Week Monday to Friday £100

To book please contact Paul on bookings@cynlas.com or 01286 831645 or 07546 301150

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

Caernarfon Castle is one of the many built in North Wales by Edward I.  Nestled on the coast it provides the focal point for the royal town

The Welsh Highland Railway goes from Caernarfon to Porthmaddog.  The route runs along the foot of Snowdon in a dramatic valley.  You can sometimes hear the whistle of a train as it puffs from Dinas to Waunfawr.  It is run by the same people as the Ffestiniog Railway and joins up at Porthmaddog. See here

Dinas Dinlle (Dinas Dincle in English) is an Iron Age fort overlooking a long blue flag Beach.

Very popular with families in the summer, it is just an 8 minute drive from Cynlas and can be clearly seen from our land.

These pictures are from the top of the fort of the beach and the mountains of Snowdonia.

Caernarfon Airport was used extensively in the second world war when aeroplanes landed here from America to refuel. Now it hosts the North Wales Air Ambulance and the Airworld Museum where you not only look but get to sit in cockpits and pretend to fly.

The area is great for hill walking and rock climbing. The highest mountain of course being Snowdon.  For those who can’t climb too far, there is a railway to the café at the top.

But there is not just Snowdon. Because of it’s popularity, the other peaks are much quieter with the Glyders to the north, Mynydd Mawr (Elephant Mountain) to the south and the Rivals on the start of the Llyn Peninsula, of which Yr Eifl has a neolithic settlement at the top.

CONTACT US

EMAIL

bookings@cynlas.com

MOBILE PHONE

07971 458949

LANDLINE

01286 831645

OUR ADDRESS

Cynlas
Rhostryfan
Caernarfon
Gwynedd
LL54 7NL