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Best Hotels and Accommodation in Corris, Wales

Updated: Apr 26, 2023

You've been charmed by the location, great things to do and picture postcard scenery around Corris. So if you're looking for where to stay in Corris, Southern Eryri/Snowdonia, then look no further.

A bit about Corris

This former slate mining village is set within the Dyfi Forest 5 miles north of Machynlleth. With a buzzing cafe, Idris Stores, the local pub, The Slater's and miles and miles of world class walking, hiking and mountain bike trails. This village may be small but its a heavy hitter when it comes to things to do when you are here. So pack your bag and lets do a tour of Corris and where to stay.

Corris accommodation hotels
Why not try out Corris Mine Explorers when you visit?

If I run by type of accommodation in the area to give you a flavour of the types of accommodation on offer:

Bed and Breakfasts, Guest Houses & Hotels in Corris

If you're after the little luxuries or you just don't fancy self catering, then choosing a guest house, hotel or bed and breakfast might be for you. After all, waking up to a hot cooked breakfast before heading out on an adventure is part of the holiday experience.

Why not give our guest house a look? The Old Vicarage B&B in Corris is ideally positioned to get to all of the local attractions. We are a 5 star, Visit Wales rated B&B with award winning breakfasts and great reviews:

Bars, Pubs, Inns, with Rooms

Experience the lively atmosphere of staying in a pub with rooms. This is a great way to get immersed in the day to day of the village.

Why not stop at the Slater's Arms, in the centre of Corris village?

Self Catering Homes, Cottages, Airbnbs

A great location right in the heart of Corris village, The Granary is a lovely open plan annexe situated on the ground floor of this beautiful property.

If peace and quiet is what you are after then situated just up the road from Corris is the beautiful lodge nestled under the forest canopy.

Camping, Glamping, Pods, Shepherd Huts and Caravan sites

Switch off and relax with these off grid options in Corris, set into the grounds of the old quarry masters residence, these fantastic huts won't disappoint.

What is there to do in Corris, Wales?

There are plenty of activities to do whilst you visit Corris in Southern Eryri/Snowdonia, and explore around the region including Mid Wales, here are some of the closest things to do right in the village.

Corris Village Walk

Take a stroll around the village to get to know the village and see the stunning valley views we a lucky to see every day.

PDF Walking Guide: Here

Use this link for a pdf walking route around the village with highlight of what to see on your journey

Corris Craft Centre

The Corris Craft Centre showcases the work of local craftspeople and several former slate mines penetrate the hillsides; parts of what was once Braichgoch Quarry can be visited on a trip to "King Arthur's Labyrinth" and underground tours are available from Corris Mine Explorers.

Corris Railway

corris steam train narrow guage railway
Corris train running past The Old Vicarage B&B

The narrow gauge Corris Railway from Aberllefenni used to carry slate to Machynlleth to be shipped from quays on the River Dyfi; the Railway’s stable block is now used as a Museum for the line. Part of the route has been restored and visitors can travel on a steam train to Maespoeth Junction.

If you are still looking for a hotel or accommodation whilst you visit Corris why not try our B&B The Old Vicarage in Corris, we overlook the Corris Railway and you can see the passing steam train from the breakfast dining room

The Mach Loop

The Mach Loop is named after the town of Machynlleth and is a low level flight training path through a series of valleys in mid Wales. East of the loop is Dinas Mawddwy, West is Dolgellau, heading South is Corris, through the famous "Corris Corner" where we are located, South is Machynlleth.

Mountain Bike Trails

Miles of great mountain biking trails can be found here but just outside of Corris is ClimachX

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