Woodpecker Pods Bron Eifion Lodges – Brecon

Perfectly located for exploring the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia National Park, where an outstanding range of outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed. The family run site is peaceful and tranquil and has several fishing lakes.

General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss any of our Holiday Parks, Cottage and Lodges.  Offering you a tranquil base for exploring the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia National Park. These comfortable Self catering Pod’s accommodation are in a peaceful location overlooking the lake and countryside ideal for people who just want to get away from their busy lives and connect with nature. The Pods are comfortable, cosy and well equipped. Situated close to the fishing lakes they are perfect for a peaceful break at any time of year. Travel Now Pay Later Woodpecker Pods Bron Eifion Lodges with Jetnow.The seaside town Criccieth and the riverside village of Llanystumdwy both with shops, pubs and restaurants, about a mile away and Snowdonia about 15 miles away making it an ideal base to enjoy the beaches, mountains and many tourist attractions in North Wales.

Flight & Transfer Information

From London car journey to Gwynedd approx. 4 hours & 50 mins drive approx. 275 miles.


Pod with one double. Mini kitchen with two ring hob, microwave, fridge/freezer. Shower with heated towel rail. Underfloor heating. Covered verandah with garden furniture and steps leading down to an outdoor hot tub. No wheelchair access. No pets.
Outdoor hot tub (in Glaslyn Lodge and Woodpecker Pods only)
Bed linen and duvets, beds made up for your arrival
Terrace Barbecue £5 per stay
Gas central heating by meter reading and electric central heating by coin meter
Highchairs £5pw each
All non smoking accommodation


Studio layout for 2 people sharing.

Food & Drink

Self catering

Local Attractions

With over 12,900 square miles of countryside to discover, Wales has something for everyone. Male voice choirs, stunning scenery, ancient history and so much more – the variety that Wales has to offer is totally unique.

The land of castles and dragons, the heart of Welsh culture is found in its myths and legends. There are vast expanses of countryside to explore, plenty of pubs on the way to rest tired legs, mountains to ascend and the famous coastal paths to follow.

If you know where to look, Wales is teeming with wildlife. There are dragonflies and butterflies to be seen at the many lakes and gardens, and on the coast you have starfish, crabs and other sea creatures in the rock pools, and dolphins, seals and porpoises in the water. It’s a great bird watching destination too, with one of the most unforgettable activities you can do being a trip to Skomer Island off the Pembrokeshire coast. Wales is home to some award-winning cheeses, from strong, creamy cheddars to goat’s cheese and special varieties like Perl Las and Caerphilly. Passion for cheese is perfectly demonstrated with the famous Welsh snack ‘rarebit’: cheese sauce on toast. Other delicacies worth traveling to Wales for include Glamorgan sausages (made of cheese and leeks – incidentally the national symbol of Wales) and Welsh cakes. here are stunning sand beaches beside pristine blue-green waters, dramatic rocky beaches backed by lush marshes, those you can surf at, those which have a seaside holiday feel with rides and ice cream parlours, and those which are peaceful, secluded and totally unspoilt. Visit the beach of Rhossili Bay which has been voted Wales’ best beach. Dan-yr-Ogof Caves in Brecon has amazing caves to explore. The Brecon Beacons is a stunning mountain range with the highest peak in South Wales.