Bumblebee Lodge is a 2 bedroom Chalet situated at Woodlands Holiday Park near Tywyn. It has 2 bedrooms, bathroom, lounge/diner/kitchen. The chalet can sleep up to 6 (5 adults or 4 adults and 2 children -under 12) as there is a double sofa bed in the lounge. It has an outside patio with table and chairs, The Chalet arranges short breaks as well as 7 night holidays. Holiday Park has Entertainment, Swimming Pool available at the Park in season.
We are pleased to offer a 2 bedroom chalet at Woodlands Holiday Park, Bryn Crug near Tywyn.
Bumblebee Lodge is a 2 bedroom chalet which sleeps up to 6 persons plus an infant. (lounge has a double sofa be which will sleep an additional adult or 2 children under 12) It is situated on the peaceful Woodlands Holiday Park at Bryncrug, near the seaside town of Tywyn. This chalet has 2 bedrooms, a double and a twin, a family bathroom including bath, shower, washbasin and WC, The Chalet has an open plan kitchen with oven and hobs /dining /lounge area and suits families or couples. There is a TV with DVD and Free view The Chalet is double glazed and has oil filled radiators for heating. There is a cot, high chair and children's toy box available in the chalet
The Chalet is located on a family managed park, which has a Country Club, which offers entertainment and an extensive menu during the holiday season. Enjoy the outdoor heating pool, play table tennis in the and amusement room. There is also a launderette available . Club membership which is paid separately to Woodlands Club is £3.00 per day/£20 per week per chalet occupants.This is arranged directly with the Club
Woodlands Holiday park is situated on the hillside with magnificent mountain views, it is 3 miles from Tywyn and 7 miles from Aberdovey.
Cleaning Charges and electricity are included, Bed Linen and towels can be arranged at £20.00 per stay for up to 4 persons, or you are welcome to bring your own, bed linen and towels are not provided for the sofa bed , please bring your own
Not really suitable for persons with mobility issues, access is awkward