You can dine in our quiet oak panelled dining lounge, where the food is mainly home cooked from fresh local
produce. Look at our menu to see our wide range of delicious wholesome dishes.
There is no genetically modified ingredient in any food served
on the premises.
Sunday Lunch Special, with children's
portions available - booking
is advisable. We have a Family Room, and there is a Children's
menu with plenty of choices, and children's playground to cater for our younger guests.
The Snowdonia Park is listed in the CAMRA Real Ale Guide. 11 delicious Real Ales are brewed on the premises
from the finest malts and hops, and clear Snowdonia water. Additionally,
we serve 4 decent Lagers, Cider and
The pub won the CAMRA Gwynedd & Anglesey Pub of the Year Award in both 2012 and 2013. You can see us with our award in the photo on the right.
The pub has been assessed and is listed by Cask Marque - the sign of a great pint.
The pub is in a idyllic mountain setting on the banks
of the River Gwyrfai, in the village of Waunfawr, 4 miles from the
foot of Snowdon. It is easy to find, being on the A4085 road
between Beddgelert and Caernarfon (see map on main page).
The pub is situated right next to the railway station
for the Welsh Highland Railway with its narrow
gauge steam hauled locomotives (you can watch the trains while enjoying
lunch or a drink in one of our beer gardens!). Snowdonia Park is
an excellent location for lunch for those taking the round trip
by train from Caernarfon. We produce a number of real ales with railway themed names. We also have a campsite adjacent to the pub.