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Just getting round to reviewing our accomodation for our WHW trek back in October. 10 of us shared 3 Wigwams on our 4th night. The Wigwams themselves are fine. They're well kept and clean.
We all arrived at different times through the afternoon/evening. We all...More
Arrived Saturday 27th jan didn’t know what to expect as never stayed in a wigwam before. My partner pooch and myself were very pleasantly surprised just how natural the site is. Amazing prices and clean accommodation. We wanted a night of cutting off from the...More
Myself and my 2 sons (5 & 10) had a lovely 2 night break in the Beaver Lodge. Staff couldn't have been more helpful, very child friendly too. Lodge was clean and heated up quickly. Only minor issue was a powercut on the second night,...More
Have stayed in plenty of Wigwam Holiday pods and this has to be the most horrendous I have ever been in. All wigwams we have stayed in we have never had to pay for electricity on top. We had the buffalo lodge as this was...More
2 best buddies enjoyed and wee night away in the small wigwam. It was clean and surprisingly cosy for November. The on site toilets were fine with all you need as well as the communal kitchen area. Lovely walks around and very quiet. Will be...More
There's Tyndrum Inn Restaurant which serves fresh food and Deli Breakfast across the road. Beside the restaurant is the tourist info of things to do in surrounding area. Lots of outdoor activity but not sure about kids one... More
There's Tyndrum Inn Restaurant which serves fresh food and Deli Breakfast across the road. Beside the restaurant is the tourist info of things to do in surrounding area. Lots of outdoor activity but not sure about kids one. The Wigwam have farm animals which kids love to feed and also barbecue (marshmallows) which you can buy in their small shop.