Accommodation ‘Auction’ at Historic Farmhouse

Luxury bedrooms still available

The Snowdonia Society is celebrating its official 50th anniversary at Dyffryn Mymbyr farm on Saturday 10th June, inviting friends and members to join for walks, talks and afternoon tea in this fantastic location in the heart of the National Park.

Make a weekend of it!

The Society has booked Dyffryn Mymbyr farmhouse from Friday 9th June until Monday 12th, giving members the opportunity to stay for the whole weekend. We simply ask that a donation is made for one of the three available double/twin rooms. All money raised will go back into our 50 Years Future Fund to help keep the special qualities of the National Park protected for years to come.

About Dyffryn Mymbyr

Nestled in a copse of Scots Pines, high up in the valley between Pen y Gwyryd and Capel Curig, this historic farmhouse was the home of the Society’s founder Esmé Kirby and her husband Thomas Firbank, author of the much-loved book I Bought a Mountain. It was at Dyffryn Mymbyr that Esmé fell in love with Snowdonia, setting up the Society fifty years ago on June 10th 1967.

To book a room:

There is no fixed price to rent a room for the weekend – members are simply asked to make a bid. But hurry, June isn’t far off and the rooms are going fast! For more information and to bid for a room, contact Claire:

Please note: Dyffryn Mymbyr is owned by National Trust Holidays. For more information about the farmhouse, have a look at their website here.

Snowdonia Society: Protecting, enhancing and celebrating Snowdonia for 50 years.


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