Which room will you choose?

Face your fears at Madog’s Asylum, the only thing you have to lose is your mind…

This gory room will take you back to 1963 and Dr G Williams has imprisoned one of your teammates! You enter the room to rescue them, but he locks you all in! He then sets fire to the building in hope of destroying all incriminating evidence of his experimental lobotomies and electroshock therapy treatments. You have 1 hour to escape before fire engulfs the building with you and your team inside.

Capacity… 2-6
Difficulty… hard

Age… we have self-classified this room as PG13 due to gore, violence and intensity but parental discretion is advised.


Twas the night before Christmas, and in Santa’s house, one creature was stirring, but it wasn’t a mouse! 

The chaos was coming from a naughty little elf, he wanted to keep all the presents for himself!

He set up lot’s of puzzles and padlocks in a room, and he’s hidden Santa’s sleigh key in a box, I presume?

I heard Santa cry “I can’t deliver these presents! this situation is manic, Help me save Christmas but remember… don’t PanIQ”

Can your team help find Santa’s sleigh key?

Capacity… 2-4
Difficulty… easy
Age… 8+


The Doll’s House

A full size doll’s house portable escape room, hand crafted and delivered to your front doorstep! Unfortunately your favourite grandad has passed away, you and your family have the burden of cleaning out his attic. But as you do you find a dolls house, handmade by him, with a letter explaining how he has locked the valuable family heirloom inside the doll’s house. It is your task to solve puzzles and decipher codes to get to the family heirloom.

(unfortunately the puzzles in this game do not translate well and is currently only available to play in English)

Capacity… 1-6
Difficulty… medium
Age… 8+


An escape room offers a great opportunity to get out with friends, family, work colleagues, or even a first date! The escape room game forces people to work together and communicate to reach the shared goal to escape. Without the distractions of phones and outside interactions, people really get to know their teammates and discover more about them. People not only find out about the strengths and weaknesses of their teammates but also of their own qualities, you could learn more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.

90 Stryd Fawr, Porthmadog, LL49 9NW

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Tel – 07908539713, 01766 513 221


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