Rwst Holiday Lodges


Our super-comfortable holiday lodges come with a peaceful riverside location and stunning mountain backdrop. We offer one, two, and three-bedroom single-storey lodges for relaxed holidays and staycations - ideal for couples, individuals, families and groups of friends.

All of our lodges have been recently refurbished and offer the highest quality accommodation. From our super-comfy mattresses to our luxurious soft furnishings, we’ve designed everything to ensure you have the most relaxing and restful stay. We have two dog friendly lodges.

As well as a warm Welsh welcome and the highly picturesque setting, you can expect a stylish open plan living space with a well-equipped kitchen-diner and comfortable sitting room, beautifully presented bedrooms, and wet room bathrooms. Larger lodges include an en-suite master bedroom, and there are on-site launderette facilities. 

You’ll find our beautiful new holiday lodge park Rwst in the heart of Snowdonia, North Wales. With big views over the River Conwy to meadows, forests and the mighty mountains beyond, it’s a straight-up stunning part of the world. Rwst takes its name from Llanrwst, the Conwy Valley town that is our home. An historic Welsh market town, it is flanked by the Carneddau foothills to the north, and the Snowdonia mountains to the south. It is unquestionably epic landscape territory.  

Some of the region’s most popular attractions are on our doorstep, including Zip World and the Gwydir Mawr and Gwydir Bach Trails. Head a little further afield to explore Snowdon, Bounce Below, Coed y Brenin, and Antur Stiniog downhill mountain biking.

There’s plenty to explore at a gentler pace too. Just 12 miles from the coast, we’re close to some beautiful beachside walks, and the popular seaside towns of Conwy and Llandudno. Snowdonia is sometimes described as the Welsh Lake District, and you’ll find plenty of them on our doorstep too. Ideal if you like a spot of wild swimming on your hols.

We’re neighbours to one of the most photographed places in Wales: we sit just across the river from the iconic ivy-clad Tu Hwnt i’r Bont tearooms and Llanrwst’s picturesque three-arched stone bridge, designed in the 17th Century by the great Renaissance architect Inigo Jones.

Book online at Rwst Holiday Lodges

Guide Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
Per unit per weekfrom £349.00 to £1,800.00 per unit per week

*From £349.00 to £1,800.00 per unit per week. Short breaks package, 3 nights per unit from £299.



  • Areas provided for smokers
  • Bed linen provided
  • Central heating
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Ground floor bedroom/unit
  • Private Parking
  • Short breaks available
  • Showers on site
  • Toilets on-site
  • TV in bedroom/unit
  • Washing machines available on-site
  • Welsh Spoken
  • Wireless internet

Provider Features

  • Dog Friendly

Room / Unit Features

  • Pets Accepted - Two dog friendly lodges.

Map & Directions

Rwst Holiday Lodges

4 Visit Wales Stars 4 Visit Wales Stars 4 Visit Wales Stars 4 Visit Wales Stars 4 Visit Wales Stars Self Catering
Betws Road, Llanrwst, Conwy, LL26 0HE

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Tel: 01492 701567

Opening Times

Open (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)


  • 4 Visit Wales Stars
4 Visit Wales Stars

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