Diffwys Outdoor Centre offers self-catered accommodation for groups up to a maximum of 16 people looking to enjoy the remote and tranquil area of the Cambrian Mountains. Intersected by a range of walking and cycling trails, gentle woodlands, tumbling waterfalls and secluded lakes and rivers, this stunning area is perfect for any lover of the great outdoors. With a vast range of peaceful sandy beaches, rocky bays and cliff top walks within close proximity, this undiscovered area of Wales truly has it all.
Diffwys Outdoor Centre is located on an unamed single-track road 4 miles from Tregaron in the west and 10 miles from Abergwesyn in the east. There is no mobile signal along any of this 14 miles of road. Take care when following satnav directions in this area as they are often very inaccurate. The folowing provide general directions:
Grid Reference: SN 73276 57757
Latitude , Longitude: 52.203427 , -3.8557940
Latitude , Longitude: 52°12′12″N , 003°51′21″W
What3Words : inviting.looms.hamster
1:25000 OS map: Explorer 187
There is no public transport to the Outdoor Centre but buses do stop in Tregaron. Taxi from Tregaron - Caron Taxis 01974 298652.
The nearest amenities are located 4 miles away in Tregaron. For food shopping, there is a good Spar shop and two family-owned butchers. Coffi a Bara is a bakery and cafe that is popular with locals. There are also several shops like The Rhiannon Centre and Dylan’s Den which offer a wide range of souvenir, craft and clothing products inspired by the local area. If you’re looking for somewhere to eat out, Y Talbot is a very good Michelin Guide listed bar and restaurant. Across the street, Y Banc is a recently refurbished bistro that also deserves a visit. Alternatively, both Dan'i Sang Chinese Takeaway and Tregaron Takeaway are good options, with the latter delivering to the Outdoor Centre. A petrol station and post office are also located in the centre of Tregaron.