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Stay in comfort
 

Hospitality as it should be, too.

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Acom Intro


Stay in comfort
 

Hospitality as it should be, too.

 

After a solid day's riding, what better than to stay somewhere that's geared up for mountain bikers.

Great food and comfortable accommodation are all available within walking distance of the village, and a short pedal from the trails. So, if you want to stay, see and ride the best of this incredible area, we've put together an unbeatable package of local accommodation and guided riding by experienced and knowledgable local riders. The ultimate weekend on two wheels.

 
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Wake up here

Acom List


Wake up here

A place for everyone

From economical hostels, through cosy self-catering cottages to top-end B&B, you are sure to find somewhere to relax. Here's a selection we can recommend.

practical bunkhouses

Corris has a range of bunkhouses suited to the individual on a budget, or larger groups needing space and facilities. These can be self-catered, or we can provided a breakfast pack.

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Cosy Cottages

Think accommodation in Wales, and snug cottages with roaring fires must spring to mind. We can point you towards those suited to 4-8 guests.

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Luxury bed and breakfasts

Relax and put your feet up! Our B&B partners know just what bikers need to make the best of a weekend escape. Go on, treat yourself...

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Explore
the area

 

A place with so much to see.

Explore Intro


Explore
the area

 

A place with so much to see.

 

The Dyfi is an interesting place. A still visible slate mining heritage, the stunning raw landscape of Snowdonia National Park, and the ancient capital of Wales – the local town of Machynlleth all within pedalling distance. 

We've got plenty on our doorstep to keep you entertained for a weekend, and enough to keep you coming back for more. All this heritage makes for fascinating riding too. Even when you're not riding on the slate bedrock, you can see the signs of its use all around. Distinctive slate fencing, impossibly steep farm walls and abandoned old buildings are left scattered over the landscape. It's something we're sure you'll appreciate from the saddle, or through the lens.

 
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Corris and the local area


Corris

Corris and the local area


Corris

Everything you'd need in a friendly Welsh village.

Corris is small but perfectly formed. A former slate mining village dating back to the mid 1800s, it's placed perfectly for discovering all that the Dyfi and south Snowdonia has to offer.  Within the village itself you'll find two pubs – the ever popular Slater's Arms, and the Briach Goch bunk house. There's the brilliant Idris Stores café, as well as the Instituit café and Post Office – handy for getting cash too.  There's a working steam railway and museum, an art gallery, youth hostel and Corris Craft Centre with the chance to go slate mine exploring too. 

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…and around


…and
around

…and around


…and
around

A place you'll want to explore further.

Within a few miles of Corris there's plenty to see and do. Up the road is the foot of the mighty Cadair Idris mountain and beautiful Tal y Llyn lake. The unique Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT Centre) is just down the road. There are the clear sights of the area's slate mining heritage with huge slate works and mine openings in the towering hillsides. Picturesque villages, quaint old churches and chapels. Or, if you want nothing more than good food and beer, there's the Cross Foxes, or the Tafarn Dwynant in the next village – serving up quite possibly the best burgers you've ever tried. Honestly.