Friday 10 August 2018 : Dolgelleu
- Dolgelleu Map of meeting point
- Jennifer Rayner
- It is £1,200 for the three nights for group Sole Occupancy. So if there are 19 of us then the price will be £63 each for the full weekend. However this will go up if less people come. Final price will be confirmed later. A £25 deposit per person is required when you book your place (non - refundable).
Accommodation: We will be staying at Plas Isa Guesthouse a grade 2 listed building on lion street, Dolgellau LL40 1DG which will be available friday evening till monday morning, It is £1200 for the three nights for group Sole Occupancy. There is space for 19 people over 5 rooms. So if there are 19 of us then the price will be £63 each for the full weekend. So this will go up if less people. As there is a 20% deposit anyone that would like to go if you are able to pay a deposit of £25 each then this will be taken off the amount for the remaining balance. Each of the 5 rooms has single beds, some of which can be joined to make a big super-kingsize bed. There are ample separate showers throughout the building. There is a drying room, bicycle storage, WIFI, luggage storage, parking and unlimited coffee & tea. The lounge is a good room to relax in with a good book or to watch TV. The dining room, with it's large table is the central place in our house for meals, planning your next adventure and chat with other guests on the best places to go to.
The rooms = Room 1 & 2 - Sleeps up to 4 people , Room 3 & 4 - Sleeps up to 3 people, Room 5 - Sleeps up to 5 people so we can designate rooms dependent on gender. I believe that all bedding is provided but will double check.
Public Transport: Please car share where possible the town is dolgelleu LL40.
Parking: there is parking at the premises some of which is on street parking.
Saturday - The plan for Saturday is to do an 11 mile walk up Waun Oer taking in the magnificent ridge of Maesglase with its waterfall via
Craig Portas and Maen du. It is an accent of 939m (3100ft) but we do start relatively high to begin with. It is the 87th highest peak in
Wales giving views of the whole of Snowdonia (if not cloudy). The ridge that links the two peaks has great views on either side - if you do not
like heights then I would not advise it.
Sunday - On the Sunday it is either a 9.2 mile (or 7.2 mile if the weather is bad), climbing to the summit of Cadair Idris. We go via Llyn Cau which
is a beautiful glacial lake well worth a visit, then follow the ridge of Mynydd Pencoed and Tal-y-Llyn Lake (Llyn Mwyngil) full accent of
2,900ft. This one is steep in places on ascending but we dont go back the way we came up, instead the descent is much nicer on the knees.
Monday - The Monday is a more relaxing day travelling to Betwsy Coed for a toboggan woodland ride at Zipworld Www.zipworld.co.uk/adventure/fforest-coaster It costs £20 per rider and includes 3 runs of approx 6 minutes each, reaching speeds of up to 25mph. Please contact Jenny asap if you would like to do the toboggan ride so she can do a group booking, payment will be required in advance. For those that don't fancy the tobogganing, there are a variety of other activities on offer which can be booked separately.