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St Curig's Church Bunk Room

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St Curigs offers that something different in bunkhouse accommodation in the heart of Snowdonia National Park - modern bunkroom in the unique surroundings of a spectacular 19th century church



St Curigs Church
Capel Curig
North Wales
LL24 0EL
Tel: 01690 720469
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Tariff from £25.00
per person
Bed & Breakfast

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The Bunk Room


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St Curig's Church offers a bunkroom with four beds which is ideal for walkers and climbers as well as being a favourite with teenagers.
A full cooked breakfast and bedding is included in the price.
The hot tub can be used for £5 per person. The bathroom facilities are slightly bracing, but has a super view to the Carneddau mountains
Bunkroom guests have access to all the other facilities ay St Curigs ­ including a drying room ­ this a bunkroom with a difference.


It¹s probably true to say that there¹s nowhere else quite like St Curig¹s in North Wales. Ancient and modern stylishly combine in this B&B set within a 19th century church in the mountain village of Capel Curig. Where else can you sleep beneath a carved stone pulpit, enjoy a hot tub under the stars or play table tennis beneath a fabulous 19th century mosaic ceiling? And all with lovely views of Snowdonia¹s mountains from every window

This was the vision Alice Douglas had when she first came to the village ten years ago and decided to make the church her home. The story of the conversion, a rollercoaster ride through planning regulations, builders and love affairs was described in Alice¹s fortnightly Sunday Times column. it¹s probably also true to say that there¹s nowhere else like St Curig¹s for atmosphere.


Breakfast is served at a large communal table in the spacious kitchen on the mezzanine level giving a bird¹s eye view of the church¹s glittering mosaic ceiling. A hearty full Welsh breakfast, that will power you up any of the surrounding hills or fuel you through a day of sightseeing, is served here. But lighter options are always available too. For refuelling in the evening, three pubs serving meals are in easy walking distance and there are good restaurants within a 10-minute drive.

On a typical weekend, the St Curigs is full of walkers and climbers, families, writers, photographers, romantics S and there¹s never a dull moment. This is a family home, with all the toys pets and friends that that involves. You¹re likely to be greeted by Brecon, the friendly German Shepherd, and the cats may want to curl up next to you on the sofa. But, if you¹re not a dog person, let Alice know and she will keep him inside when you arrive. It¹s also worth knowing that the atmosphere at St Curig¹s at times can be that of a house party. And, because of the nature of the building, those lying-in may hear some noise in the morning from early risers keen to get out on the mountains. That said, all guests are asked to keep noise to a minimum after 11pm when the pinball machine is switched off and the table football machine is off-limits. By then most guests are ready for their beds and a good night¹s sleep in preparation for another day out in SnowdoniaS


Being located in Capel Curig the converted church is ideal for those wishing to explore Snowdonia - walkers, climbers and tourists alike

Your host Alice Douglas strives to ensure that St Curigs offers high quality accommodation which is unique for the area, providing both character and charm along with personal and friendly service

St Curigs is a no smoking establishment

From St Curigs the three main mountain ranges of Snowdonia are easily accessible by foot, car or bus - it is only 10 minutes drive to Pen-y-Pas

There are three good hostelries within walking distance all providing a good range of food and drink - opposite St Curigs you will find the Pinnacle Stores complex and also Joe Browns outdoor activiites shop




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View of Snowdon Horseshoe
from hill behind St Curigs




The dining room and guests lounge area is located in the former apse featuring a towering ceiling, stained glass windows and the lavishly decorated mosaic ceiling commissioned in memory of his wife by William Edward Sackville-West - the estate manager to Lord Penrhyn. Made by the Salviati company whose other work grace the Houses of Parliament and St. Pauls Cathedral


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{short description of image}Walkers and Cyclists welcome - drying facilities are available for wet clothing and boots

Ample off street parking is available within our grounds





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Whilst the bunkhouse bathroom may be sufficient for many after a good day out in the mountains for those who come prepared our outdoor whirlpool hot tub could be the way to relax and ease those aching muscles


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A little history for those who are interested - until 1848, Capel Curig formed a chapelry in the parish of Llandegai but was administered by the priest from Dolwyddelan with worship being held in the old St Curigs church which dates from the 13th century and was originally Curigs Chapel from which the village got its name. With the growing number of visitors to Capel Curig in the 19th century the old St Curigs church (now St Julitta's ) became too small to accommodate the congregation and the new St Curigs church was opened in 1883. The new church was dedicated to St. Curig, the boy martyr and the dedication of the old church was then changed to St. Julitta - Curig's mother. Whilst services where transferred to the new church the graveyard at the old church continued in use until quite recently - there are no graves in the grounds of St Curigs

St Curigs was deconcecrated in 1992 and was taken over by the current owner in 1998 to be lovingly transformed to provide luxury bed and breakfast accommodation - the story of the conversion being published in the Sunday Times ( articles continue to be published )


St Curigs can easily be found on the western side of the village opposite the junction of the A5 and the A4086




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