Glyn Peris Guest House
Glyn Peris is a detached Victorian house set in its own grounds, just a 15 minute walk away from the hustle and bustle of the centre of the famous village of Llanberis at the foot of Snowdon in Snowdonia National Park, but opposite Lake Padarn and just a short distance from all the local attractions.
We bought Glyn Peris in November 2008, and since then have instigated an ongoing total refurbishment throughout the house to make it a beautiful home for us to share with others. We do all we can to make sure our guests have a relaxing and comfortable stay. Do click on the Accommodation button to view the house.
Our large and inviting lounge has comfortable sofas and a wood burning stove set in a striking slate fireplace to provide a perfect place to relax after a hard day's walking in the mountains before heading off to one of the many local places to eat and drink.
We have seven guest bedrooms, all with modern bathrooms. Six of the bedrooms are ensuite and the seventh has its own private bathroom. Two of the rooms are connected by an adjoining door to create a spacious suite (with both ensuite and separate facilities) that can sleep up to 5 people. All the rooms have central heating, double-glazing, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, radio alarm clock and a tv. Our combination of rooms is ideal for accommodating small groups and courses of up to 12 people.
Glyn Peris is ideally situated away from the lively High street and is the perfect base from which to walk up Mt. Snowdon. We are able to offer guided mountain walks to summit this highest mountain in England and Wales, taking perhaps a quieter or more challenging route. You can book a one-to-one personal guide or if there are more of you, we work generally on a ratio of 1 guide for up to 6 people. Larger groups are welcome and can be catered for too. Climbing Tryfan or taking one of the other great walking routes within the National Park are other options of course! We can also organise navigation and climbing introduction courses for beginners.
Glyn Peris, Llanberis
Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 4EL
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