Here at “Trem Hyfryd”, we specialize in accommodating for bikers of all types, both motorized and pedal power.
We have the bike weekend, which is a full weekend of mingling with other guests, as well as joining us on one of our various biking tours. For our bike weekends, guests can join us anytime after 3pm on Fridays and ready to check in by 6pm. Friday is reserved for meeting with guests. On Saturday, guests can enjoy an English breakfast before going on a biking tour. We have biking routes for people who like scenic routes, as well as more off-beaten routes. On Sunday, guests can depart after enjoying another English breakfast.
Where We’re Located:
Snowdonia: The Snowdonia National Park: The Snowdonia National Park, or Eryri, was designated a national park in 1951. Snowdonia has beautiful scenery, as well as a variety of landscapes and habitats for animals. The Town of Dolgellau: Dolgellau is located in the southern section of the Snowdonia National Park, dominated by Cader Idris, and situated near the Rivers Wnion and Mawddach.
Walking: The town has become a wonderful place for walkers and hikers alike. The town has plenty of walking areas, estuaries, and beaches, as well as seaside resorts. The Precipice Walk, the Torrent Walk, and many other famous walks located in the Glen of Arran, are absolutely beautiful. Maesgwm, the forestry Commission’s Visitor Center, is located 8 miles away from Dolgellau, and has wonderful exhibitions on the area’s wildlife, history, and landscape. More information on other walking options can be provided by the Tourist Information Centre.
Cycling: The Visitor Centre can offer guests great information on cycling routes in the area. Some well marked routes include the well-known Red Bull route and the Karrimor trail.