Croeso / Welcome to Galedffrwd Mill -
At the foot of the Nant Ffrancon pass in the Ogwen valley, arguably the most beautiful valley in Snowdonia.
This unique watermill has been converted to give an indulgent 21st Century feel, set in its own grounds with 2 rivers tumbling down from the Glyder & Carneddau mountains. Stylish, modern and comfortable.
The atmosphere is relaxed, informal and friendly. It is the little things that make the difference, like the care and attention we devote to your needs, no matter how great or small. We are proud of our accommodation, and it is important how we present it to you.
Books on local walks, Ordinance survey & street maps, plus 100s of leaflets to help make the most of your stay.
Set 200m from the nearest road, you can be assured of peace and tranquillity. To ensure our guests are not disturbed we only accept advance bookings & have no advertising at the entrance.
Snowdon The highest mountain in England and Wales - is only 20 minutes by car.Zip World The longest and fastest zip wire in Europe - 15 minutes walk from the mill.
No matter which direction you choose, a little gem is just around the corner.
Information for walkers from www.walkingbritain.co.uk"
Galedffrwd Mill is located close to some of the finest mountain walking in North Wales. A few miles south along the A5 are the starting points for some of the great walks of Snowdonia which take you into the Glyders and Carneddau mountains. The variety is immense from some challenging scrambles on iconic Tryfan to less tecnically demanding mountain routes on the Carneddau.
Also within easy drive lies Snowdon, which is always a favourite with walkers. Part of this massif includes Crib Goch with its steep sided arete and some lesser known summits to the north of Snowdon that provide much easier but no less dramatic walking.
Despite the emphasis on mountain walking, also close at hand are some excellent walks along the North Wales coast, Anglesey and more rural routes in the Lleyn Peninsula.