Baytree Lodge

Guest House in Bangor, Gwynedd

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Ffordd Garth

Baytree Lodge, Bangor

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Accommodation Description:

All rooms are en-suite with tv's and tea and coffee making facilities and Wi Fi. We are just a ten minute walk from the city center and University. Many guests use the Baytree Lodge as a base for their activities in the Snowdonia national park.

Situated opposite the Baytree Lodge is a public swimming pool and leisure centre with tennis courts and 5 a-side football pitches and bowling green. The area has many fine pubs and dining restaurants which we can book in advance for you. We are a five minute drive from Bangor railway station.

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From: £45.00

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