Coes Faen Lodge is the perfect place to base yourself to explore this stunning
corner of Wales, and if you are into activities, the range on offer is
world class and will not disappoint. From mountain biking at Coed y
Brenin, horse riding at Bwlchgwyn, underground adventures at Betws-y-Coed and Blaenau Ffestiniog, zip-wires at Blaenau and Bethesda, a surf
centre at Dolgarrog, rock climbing 1 mile away, canoeing and sea kayaking on the
estuary, sailing, and of course a wonderful choice of walks, from the
gentle to the most strenuous -- just ask for advice to help your
The Mawddach Estuary, where Coes Faen Lodge is located, is one of the most scenic, beautiful and unspoiled in Europe. It is 7 miles long and about a mile wide, running at the bottom of a Glacial Valley that is bordered by Cadair Idris and its ridges to the South, and the Rhinogs, topped by Diffwys, running along the North. The area offers a brilliant combination of water, mountains, lakes, rivers, beaches and forests, combining to present a ruggedly beautiful series of landscapes, constantly changing in response to weather, season, time of day, and tide.