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I had two great nights at Ty'n Cornel, it was warm and comfortable, quiet and far away enough into the hills to make it feel wild. The last mile of the road to the hostel was done very slowly but I made it in my...More
Response from Chris C, Public Relations Manager at Ty’n CornelResponded November 2, 2017
Thanks for your review, Bob. I’m glad you had a good time. The woodburning stove certainly makes it very cosy now. Thank you for the comment about the kitchen. We do try to have everything people might need. Yes, do come back again.
I'd been before once, with the ramblers. I love the place. Yes a little chilly in winter but it ads to the ambience of the place. It's just the best. I had it all to myself. Fantastic. I wish I could live there.
Tyn Cornel is the model for how youth hostels should be. Remote and simple, whilst being really cosy and welcoming, it is a tranquil experience and the perfect base for walking this particularly scenic part of the Cambrians. Fantastic work by the Elenydd trust for...More
Response from EWHT, Public Relations Manager at Ty’n CornelResponded August 28, 2016
Thank you for your comments. We’re glad you enjoyed you stay at Ty'n Cornel. Come again soon!
The Hostel Managers
Had a lovely stay at Tyncornel breaking up a two day walk in the stunning Doethie Valley. Thanks to warden Alan for a great welcome and some fascinating stories about the history of the Hostel and the Trust. Well done all the volunteers that keep...More
Response from EWHT, Public Relations Manager at Ty’n CornelResponded August 17, 2016
We’re glad you enjoyed your stay, we've worked hard to keep the hostel 'old school'. The Doethie Valley is wonderful isn't it, come back soon!
The Hostel Managers
We stayed here one night as part of our walk along the Cambrian Way. Located in the picturesque Doethie Valley, the hostel has a fair number of amenities given its isolation. Bunks were comfortable kitchen has all one needs (don't forget to bring the food)...More
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Response from EWHT, Public Relations Manager at Ty’n CornelResponded August 8, 2016
We’re glad that you enjoyed your stay. We’re also pleased that so many people walking the Cambrian Way choose to stay at Tyncornel, now that it is on the main route. Yes, do come back for a weekend or a few days. The hostel is...More
The road from Llanddewi-Brefi to Blaendoethie is good for cycling - very scenic, but obviously with plenty of uphill work. The last half mile from Blaendoethie to T'yn Cornel is unsurfaced rough, sometimes stony track, you... More
The road from Llanddewi-Brefi to Blaendoethie is good for cycling - very scenic, but obviously with plenty of uphill work. The last half mile from Blaendoethie to T'yn Cornel is unsurfaced rough, sometimes stony track, you may walk most of it if the bike is loaded. Well worth the effort.
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"There is just the one room - one for 8 males and one for 8 females."