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Ogwen Bank Country Park
Wales » Gwynedd » Bethesda, Bangor
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Ogwen Bank Country Park has much to offer those looking for a relaxing holiday in North Wales. Located within 12 acres of natural woodland at Ogwen Bank, there can scarcely be more idyllic surroundings.  Located at the foothills of Snowdonia you are sure to see an abundance of wildlife including rabbits which play freely in this area.

One of the most spectacular views is the river which runs through the middle of the park as well as waterfalls and pools. If you like to leave the comfort of the park and see some of the real North Wales then the traditional Welsh village of Bethesda is a good place to start. For some relaxation and rejuvenation head for the Olde Worlde Country Club which was once the Penrhyn Castle Hunting Lodge. Here you will find a friendly atmosphere and warm welcome. 

As well as the country club, other amenities include cafe/restaurant, bar meals, children's play area and shop. Accommodation is in luxury lodges with one, two or three bedrooms. The Harlech is perfect for couples as it sleeps 2. The Conwy lodge sleeps 4 and the Caernarfon Lodge sleeps 6.  All of the lodges are 4 star graded so you can be assured of comfort and luxury.

  • Luxury lodges
  • Woodland location
  • Explore Snowdonia
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Conwy Lodge
Fri 29th Mar 2019
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
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Conwy Lodge
Fri 29th Mar 2019
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
Well equipped lodge with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower.
3 Nights
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£305.00
£280.00
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Caernarfon Lodge
Fri 5th Apr 2019
Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Caernarfon Lodge
Fri 5th Apr 2019
Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Well equipped lodge with one double and two twin. Bath with overhead shower.
3 Nights
£325.00
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S-Pod VIP
Mon 6th May 2019
Sleeps 2
Hot Tub
S-Pod VIP
Mon 6th May 2019
Sleeps 2
Hot Tub
Contemporary pod with one double with ensuite shower. Modern kitchen area with hob, grill, microwave and fridge. Wrap around decking with river views. Outdoor hot tub. No pets.
3 Nights
£390.00
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Caernarfon Spa
Fri 31st May 2019
Sleeps 6
Hot Tub
Caernarfon Spa
Fri 31st May 2019
Sleeps 6
Hot Tub
Well equipped and refurbished contemporary lodge with one double and two twin. Bath with overhead shower. Outdoor hot tub. No pets.
3 Nights
£599.00
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Ogwen Bank Country Park

Ogwen Bank Country Park has much to offer those looking for a relaxing holiday in North Wales. Located within 12 acres of natural woodland at Ogwen Bank, there can scarcely be more idyllic surroundings.  Located at the foothills of Snowdonia you are sure to see an abundance of wildlife including rabbits which play freely in this area.

One of the most spectacular views is the river which runs through the middle of the park as well as waterfalls and pools. If you like to leave the comfort of the park and see some of the real North Wales then the traditional Welsh village of Bethesda is a good place to start. For some relaxation and rejuvenation head for the Olde Worlde Country Club which was once the Penrhyn Castle Hunting Lodge. Here you will find a friendly atmosphere and warm welcome. 

As well as the country club, other amenities include cafe/restaurant, bar meals, children's play area and shop. Accommodation is in luxury lodges with one, two or three bedrooms. The Harlech is perfect for couples as it sleeps 2. The Conwy lodge sleeps 4 and the Caernarfon Lodge sleeps 6.  All of the lodges are 4 star graded so you can be assured of comfort and luxury.

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Park Facilities
  • Licensed bar and restaurant
  • Family entertainment
  • Takeaway service
  • Pool tables. Family entertainment – Saturday nights only Apr 6, May 25-Jun 1, Jul 20-Aug 31 and Oct 18-Oct 26
  • All other facilities available for all dates.
  • * Charges Apply.
Accommodation features
  • Choose from traditional wooden lodges, comfortable holiday homes or a luxury two person pod.
  • Outdoor hot tub (in Caernarfon Spa, S-Pod VIP, Caernarfon Lodge Plus and Ogwen Lodge Plus only)
  • TV
  • Kitchen including microwave (or hob, grill and microwave in S-Pod only)
  • Dishwasher and washing machine (except S-Pod and The Summerhouse)
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Travel cots and highchairs £7pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £40 per week or £20 per short break each (max 2) (in Caernarfon and Conwy only)
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Where's Ogwen Bank Country Park?
Susan, Nottingham
Date of stay: 21st September 2018
The only thing the lodge was missing was a coffee table!
We used the stools out of the bedrooms so this wasn't a real problem
Catherine, Cornwall
Date of stay: 20th August 2018
Great active and relaxing holiday thankyou
Susan
Date of stay: 4th August 2018
Really nice lodge loads of room and everything you need.The hot tub was the icing on the cake.
Derrick, London
Date of stay: 21st July 2018
Best place too stay if your going to penrhyn quarry for tour in Bedford Lorry / velocity zip wire or visiting penrhyn castle
Gillian, Runcorn
Date of stay: 21st July 2018
Literally couldn't fault anything, and I never say that about anywhere.
Joe, Ellesmere Port
Date of stay: 16th July 2018
11/10 would come again
Raymond, Halifax
Date of stay: 29th June 2018
This place is an hidden gem had a very relaxing break
Danielle, Langley, Slough
Date of stay: 1st June 2018
Pod is perfect for a couples break. Hot tub was lovely and we had an amazing view of the river. Only thing I would say is you need to take handwash and washing up liquid as there is none there. They provided a few tea bags, pint of milk and a couple of sachets of sugar.
Colin, Burton Latimer
Date of stay: 25th May 2018
Very peaceful and relaxing place to stay
Austin
Date of stay: 15th May 2018
All good - would highly recommend :-)
Cynthia, Huddersfield
Date of stay: 14th May 2018
Very satisfied
Dianne
Date of stay: 24th February 2018
Lovely lodge
Julie, Stockport
Date of stay: 16th February 2018
Absolutely fantastic be back asap
Lorna, Birmingham
Date of stay: 27th October 2017
Excellent a beautiful lodge had everything we needed
Caroline, Huddersfield
Date of stay: 28th August 2017
The lodge was warm, clean and comfortable.
Katheryn, Gravesend
Date of stay: 2nd June 2017
Beautiful lodge, couldn't have been happier.
Megan, Essex, England
Date of stay: 1st May 2017
Everything was clean and in good working condition. Lovely space to spend a weekend away with friends.
Adrian, Ross
Date of stay: 7th April 2017
Very relaxing and a nice place to stay lodge very good
Cheryl, Blackpool
Date of stay: 10th March 2017
Excellent, much improved
Evaldas, London
Date of stay: 30th December 2016
A nice and clean lodge with beatiful views around
Andy, Warrington
Date of stay: 28th October 2016
Fantastic break away with plenty to do.
Looking forward to going back soon
Gillian, Thetford
Date of stay: 18th June 2016
Well furnished and comfortable lodge.Very spacious and parking close by.
Yvonne, Beds
Date of stay: 4th June 2016
great setting, comfortable, clean, great shower and comfy beds, helpful staff on site
Alan, Havant
Date of stay: 27th May 2016
Nice accommodation.
Tracy, Nottingham
Date of stay: 23rd May 2016
The lodge was clean , comfortable and had everything you could need..
Colin, Burton Latimer Northants
Date of stay: 15th April 2016
Having stayed in these particular lodges several times we find them very comfortable and warm no matter what the time of year .
David, Liverpool
Date of stay: 14th March 2016
Perfect break for two or four people.
Thomas, Bristol
Date of stay: 30th December 2015
First class lodge plenty of room for family of six__
Neil, Mansfield
Date of stay: 16th November 2015
Very pleased with Conwy Lodge and its surroundings.
Emma, Ashwater, Devon
Date of stay: 26th October 2015
Lovely! Warm and toasty inside. Loads of hot water. Comfortable beds, we all slept very well.
David, Liverpool
Date of stay: 5th October 2015
Absolutely Brilliant will gladly go back.
Susan, Enfield
Date of stay: 18th September 2015
The lodge we stayed in was lovely, comfortable and well equipped. The surroundings were delightful, quiet, with beautiful trees and visiting birds and squirrels.
Ann, Southport
Date of stay: 14th September 2015
The lodge was lovely and clean .extra chair or larger sofa would of been a bonus .four adults abit cramped on seating .other then that very cosy and warm .
Dorothy, Blackpool
Date of stay: 4th September 2015
Our lodge was overlooking the river i would have given it a 10 out of 10 had there been instructions on how to use the washer/dryer and dishwasher it was warm and cosy and lovely to see the ducks and squirrels come right up to your lodge also the seating in lodge a little un comfy but over all good value for money .
Mccaffery, Skelmersdale
Date of stay: 31st August 2015
Very comfortable. Bonus having a dishwasher and Washing machine available.
Mark, Scunthorpe
Date of stay: 28th August 2015
We all really loved the lodge, could have lived there permanently very easily
Kirsten, St Helens
Date of stay: 22nd June 2015
Gorgeous Lodge, Amazing Bathroom. Couldn't work out the central heating but staff were only too happy to help
Verity, Northwich
Date of stay: 4th May 2015
Would definately stay here again.... Perfect little family holiday
Elizabeth, Ashford
Date of stay: 18th April 2015
Our lodge (11) had a very tired sofa, but the bed was good. Amazed to have a dishwasher and washing machine - neither of which we used. The lodge was lovely and warm, but we were not allowed to adjust the boiler to switch off over night - it kept firing up for a few minutes really frequently which was annoying when trying to sleep as the boiler was next to the bedroom. We got used to it by the 3rd night though! The lodges are in a better location on the site than the caravans which appeared to be a lot closer together. The switch on the kettle had to be held down to boil water and there was no chopping board other than a bread board. We also had to buy a cheap oven tray. If the owners addressed these minor issues we could give it a 10!
Jason, Basildon
Date of stay: 11th April 2015
The Lodge itself was brilliant, we cannot fault it at all, we will be staying in one again, some of the best nights sleep I have ever had

Thank You
Jayne, Newcastle
Date of stay: 10th April 2015
I cant fault the lodge - it was fantastic and can't wait to start planning out next holiday!
Julia, Crewe
Date of stay: 16th March 2015
Great place to stay, lovely surroundings. Lodge very nice and all the family enjoyed it.
James, Skelmersdale
Date of stay: 13th March 2015
Going again !
Steven, Padiham
Date of stay: 20th February 2015
Stayed in lodge No.1 - cannot fault it, very warm and spacious. It has its own car space.
If I was to nitpick, it needs a larger floormat at the door so you dont walk dirty shoes on the pale carpets.
Louise, Nottingham
Date of stay: 20th February 2015
Nice lodge. Would benefit from DVD player or similar as TV single could be temperamental esp with kids
Gayor
Date of stay: 31st October 2014
Living room furniture bit dated
Sarah, Backwell/bristol
Date of stay: 31st October 2014
Lovely accommodation, spacious and well equipped. Lovely view over stream. Boiler needed resetting daily (as it was awaiting a spare part we were informed) but wasnt an issue.
Valerie, Tamworth
Date of stay: 31st October 2014
Very comfortable and warm everything you needed for a great holiday
Patricia
Date of stay: 20th October 2014
had a problem with the boiler throughout the stay but we were told how to reset it so this is what we did several times. did not affect our stay
Anna, Berkshire
Date of stay: 13th October 2014
Loved it- warm, cozy and homely. Utterly perfect. Would quite happily have moved in for good..!!
Robert, Loughborough
Date of stay: 11th October 2014
We had some initial trouble with the heating system. Soon fixed.
Trees prevent much sunshine reaching the lodge
David, Exeter
Date of stay: 4th October 2014
The shower holder/head had been replaced but did not fit correctly, the glass turntable in the microwave had also been replaced but did not fit and rotate correctly.
Duncan, Peterborough
Date of stay: 27th September 2014
Well appointed with washing machine and dishwasher.
2 bedrooms (double and twin). Bathroom with shower.
The lodge was very clean with little of the end of season problems that you get on some sites.
Carol, Redhill Surrey
Date of stay: 27th September 2014
Comfortable lodge very clean sofa a little worn but clean and comfy. On arrival we found we had an old type television my adult son ask if it could be change to a flat screen with more channels we went out the following day to arrive back with a digital flat screen in place. Thank you it was much appreciated
Tracey, Haverhill
Date of stay: 29th August 2014
Great lodge cosy, warm and clean.
Jayne, Stourbridge
Date of stay: 15th August 2014
Nice lodge, good size for 6, sofas had seen better days think the springs had gone, it was a bit tight on seating in the lounge area, unless someone sat on the floor or on a kitchen chair, over all though very nice
Debbie
Stayed in a pod, lovely modern clean accommodation for my daughter and myself. Great walks from the site and perfect for visiting zip world. Would go there again.
Pg
a warm welcome from really lovely, helpful staff. nice lodge right beside the river, lots of birds and squirrels right outside the lodge, very relaxing to watch. perfect location for us. nice walks from the lodge so didn't need to use the car everyday. penryhn castle was fascinating, just a 10 minute drive. Anglesey is a lovely island to explore, and very close. Bethesda itself is a small town with shops including a small Tesco for milk etc, 10 minutes walk from lodge. so much to see and do , highly recommend.
Megan
We were there 2weeks ago during the snow.We had no water as it was frozen ,the staff were amazing bringing us water in barrels.We had to stay an extra night due to trees blown down and blocking the road (This was not charged for)We had a wonderful time will definitely go back wonderful lodge very clean ,warm and comfortable and great staff This was our second visit but will definitely not be our last .
Julie
Fantastic time cabins,staff everything was amazing Be back asap
Michael
Beautiful s-pod in a stunning location, lovely welcoming, helpful staff. Hot tub was amazing!
Lorna
A great relaxing break and will be returning again next year . I think what would be good is to offer a bit more in the food range as the food we had was lovely
Carla
Was amazing! Peacefull place! We will visit again! I love this place :)
Andy
Staff very friendly and helpful, and lodge and park very clean. Excellent base with lots of other places to explore not far away. Wouldn't hesitate to go back again
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Fun Days Out near Ogwen Bank Country Park

about 4 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.
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about 25 Miles
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about 35 Miles
Pen-Y-Ffrith Bird Garden is an 18 acre site, filled with glorious woodland, dramatic gardens, streams, ponds and a 3 acre lake. As the seasons change so do the delights of the park. During springtime the bluebell woods are spectacular while in the summer the bog garden is a favourite attraction with some unusual displays of flora and fauna. In the autumn a walk through the ravine with its flowing waterfalls in not to be missed. There are also several yearly events to enjoy including the Bat walk in September.
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St Winefride's Well in Flintshire is described at one of the 7 wonders of Wales and is shrouded in mystery and intrigue. Legend has it that the well first erupted at the spot where Caradog cut off the nuns head with his sword. The shrine was then erected in her memory in the first decade of the sixteenth century and remains one of the holiest places in Wales. The stunning temple and well attract visitors from all over the world. Water can be drawn from the spring basin within the crypt and is thought to be lucky.
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