Plasglasgwm Gardens

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Plasglasgwm Gardens



  • Bed linen provided
  • Central heating
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Ground floor bedroom/unit
  • Short breaks available
  • Toilets on-site
  • Totally non-smoking establishment
  • Washing machines available on-site
  • Welsh Spoken

Children & Infants

  • Accept children (Minimum age) - Children of any age are welcomed at Plasglasgwm. Cot/s are not provided, so please bring your own if required.

Languages spoken

  • Welsh spoken

Leisure Facilities

  • Cycle hire - Plasglasgwm is situated close to the Penmachno Mountain Bike Trail - please contact us for more information on mountain bike hire.

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking - With an enclosed private courtyard area, there is ample parking for guest vehicles.

Payment Methods

  • Maestro accepted
  • Major credit cards accepted
  • MasterCard accepted
  • Midweek breaks - With a minimum 2 night stay, at anytime of the year, guests can stay on any week nights.
  • Visa accepted
  • Weekend breaks - Bookable for a minimum of 2 nights, Plasglasgwm makes an ideal base for a weekend in Snowdonia.

Provider Facilities

  • Garden/patio for guests use - With a decked area overlooking the farm and a small lawn below, there is plenty of room for sitting & eating outside. A larger lawned area is also available for guest use to the back of the lodge.
  • Linen provided - All bedlinen and towels are included for your stay.

Provider Features

  • Farm - Plasglasgwm was a working farm for many years. Before it's conversion, the lodge was home to sheep & cattle. Extensive renovations of the main farmhouse and the adjoining farm buildings has been undertaken over the past 25 years, allowing this farm to now be enjoyed by visitors to the area.
  • In countryside - Located in the south of the Gwydyr forest, Plasglasgwm is surrounded by both open fields and woodland - ideal for walks directly out into the countryside. With Betws y Coed a short drive away, and Snowdon 30 minutes away, it is also well situated for guests wanting to explore Snowdonia.

Travel & Trade

  • Wi-fi available

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From the A5, take the B4406 to Penmachno. Once in Penmachno, come over the bridge in the centre of the village. After passing the church on your right, and the village green on your left, the road turns sharply to the left in front of the Eagles Hotel/Pub - turn right off the main road here at the corner of the pub, keeping left past a row of terraced houses. Continue along this single track road out of the village, passing Penmachno Hall on your right, continuing up the hill and out of the village.
At the Y junction signposted right to Ty Mawr (National Trust), carry straight on the left hand road (marked with a dead end sign) up Glasgwm valley.
Continue for approximately half a mile, passing the property Plas Newydd on your left. Immediately after Plas Newydd, take the left hand turn down a track to Plasglasgwm. You will see a grey signpost to Plasglasgwm on the left hand side of this track.
Come down to the bottom, where you will find the collection of buildings that make up Plasglasgwm - the lodge is the first of these, accessed via the right-hand wooden gates. There is room for one car to be parked outside the gates, up to the end wall of the lodge, otherwise, please come through the double wooden gates in to the courtyard, where there is additional parking.

Public Transport Directions

Plasglasgwm is in a rural location, with limited public transport, therefore it is essential that you have your own transport if visiting this attraction.

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