Adventure awaits you,
where the mountains meet the sea.
FOUR LEGGED ADVENTURES
We love four legged family members at Geufron Farm and are delighted that Southern Snowdonia is very dog friendly too!
With walks right from the door, an onsite dog field, a dog friendly local pub in walking distance, designated dog areas on the local beaches and many attractions including the Talyllyn Steam Railway & Dyfi Distillery being dog friendly, you can be sure all members of the family will have a great holiday.
Photo: Our youngest pup, Bracken, trail running on the hillside range towards Cadair Idris.
MOUNTAIN BIKE ADVENTURES
Whether you are looking for the thrill of Big Mountain Downhills at Dyfi Bike Park, to exlore natural trails in Coed Y Brenin forest or a family ride along the Maddwch trail, Geufron Farm is a great base to explore Southern Snowdonia on two wheels.
We’ll be happy to recommend local mountain bike hire, experienced guides to help you make the most of your adventure and bike repairs, just in case.
Photo: Dean taking part in the local Dyfi MTB Enduro
TALYLLYN STEAM RAILWAY
A visit to the Talyllyn Railway is always a guest favourite. Guests at Geufron Farm will also be delighted to see & hear the steam train pass in the valley opposite each day.
The Talyllyn Railway is the first preserved railway in the World, known affectionately as ‘The Railway with a Heart of Gold’.You can board the train at Tywyn and will whisk you up the valley to Abergynolwyn. Snacks, drinks and even a cream team can be preordered for your journey. Dogs are welcome on board too.
Photo Courtesy of Visit Wales.
AT CORRIS CRAFT CENTRE
Dean is a bit of gin collector, so how lucky are we that one of our favourites is distilled just up the road!
We highly recommend a visit to Dyfi Distillery (pronounced Dovey) at the outdoor Corris Craft Centre where you can also explore the studios of talented designer-makers and buy their handmade items.
No need to book & dogs are welcome in the craft centre outdoor areas and into the distillery shop.
Southern Snowdonia is a great place for sea and mountain adventures. Our good friends at no-mad adventures are specialists in challenging but achievable wild adventures for all abilities.
So whether you want a 121 trail running guide to help you explore the best of Cader Idris range, to try your hand at sea kayaking or to learn mountain & bushcraft skills, Ashley & the no-mad team are on hand to make it happen!
Photo of Team Geufron sea kayaking with no-mad adventures, with thanks to Amanda Calloway.
MOUNTAIN & COASTAL WALKS
Mountain, waterfall, railway, coastal and lake walks – we’ve got it all!
Explore the Bearded Lake high on the hillside, climb Cadair Idris mountain just 8 miles from the farm, follow the Talyllyn Railway, explore the welsh coastal path or simply walk over the fields to the local pub.
We include a few of ur favourites in our Digital Guest Guidebook and we’d love to hear yours too!
Photo taken at the top of Geufron Farm looking out to Cardigan Bay by Hannah.
Want to try paddleboarding for the first time? Have your own kit and want to explore the beautiful coastline of Cardigan Bay?
The fantastic team at Let’s SUP are on hand with a range of taster lessons, 121 tuition & SUP Estuary tours for adventurers aged 8 & up.
Usual meeting point is Dovey Yacht Club. Booking in advance is suggested.
Photo Credit: Let’s SUP
ABERDOVEY GOLF CLUB
Just a 10 minute drive from Geufron Farm you will find Aberdovey Golf Club, nestled at the mouth of the Dovey Estuary
Founded in July 1982, this championship links 18 hole golf course is consistently rated in the Top 100 Golf Courses in UK & Ireland.
Photo Credit: Visit Wales