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"This restaurant closed over 8 years ago and the phone number is invalid ..." More

Morwendon House
"Good Points: Staff extremely helpful and accommodating Bad Points: Owners had not been informed that we had requested an early check in on our booking form

Date visited: 2008-11-12 ..." More

Ty'r Graig Castle
"Good Points: Warm welcome, spotlessly clean and atmosphere very relaxed. I will recommend to friends and family. Would have liked a sea view but the hotel was booked solid. Bad ..." More

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"Great place for a family holiday. Lovely clean, safe beach surrounded by mountains. The kiddies loved the donkey rides on the beach - such a rare thing to see these ..." More

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Barmouth is home to the annual Three Peaks Race and is in fact where it was first suggested by a couple of local GPís in 1977. One of them pointed out that the three highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales (Scafell Pike, Ben Nevis and Snowdon) are close to the sea and it would be fun to visit each by boat and then climb them. Barmouth is first recorded as a small port on the Welsh coast in 1565 and during the 18th and 19th centuries Barmouth and the Afon Mawddach developed as one of the major shipbuilding centres in Wales. Today Barmouthís maritime history can be enjoyed on a trip to the Sailors Institute which was built in the 1890ís. Two other important properties also near the harbour are Ty Gwyn and Ty Crwn. Ty Gwyn dating back to 1460 and was one of the first four buildings to be erected in the shelter of the anchorage boasting a splendid example of a Tudor ceiling whilst Ty Crwn is the old jail built in 1834 as a lock up where offenders waited before being taken to the local courts or Dolgellau jail. Today Barmouth is a traditional seaside resort offering miles of sandy beaches overlooking Cardigan Bay and with extensive views of Snowdonia which is easily accessible. Barmouth offers a myriad of leisure opportunities for the visitor and the success that it enjoys today is entirely due to its superb location.


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Anchor Restaurant
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Good Luck Restaurant
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Sagor Indian Restaurant
Tal y Don Hotel
Ty'r Graig Castle


Barmouth Primary School


Barmouth Bay Holiday Park
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David & Brian Hughes


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Tal y Don Hotel (0.04 miles)

Tal y Don Hotel

The Tal y Don Hotel is situated in the middle of the small seaside town of Barmouth in Gwynedd, north-west Wales, and is just a 2 minute walk from the main beach and 3 minutes ... More | visit website

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Bryn Melyn Guest House (0.40 miles)

Bryn Melyn Guest House
High above the Mawddach Estuary Bryn Melyn Guest House offers a relaxing setting for a short break or holiday. Just ten minutes from the harbour-side restaurants of Barmouth, a charming Victorian seaside town, ... More | visit website
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Ty'r Graig Castle (0.63 miles)


Tyr Graig Castle is a remarkable and unique castle-hotel situated between the mountains and the sea. Only 1/2 a mile out of Barmouth town centre and on the borders of the Snowdonia National Park it offers stunning views ... More | visit website

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The Slate Shed (1.62 miles)

The Slate Shed
Our Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Snowdonia National Park serves up breathtaking views and big breakfasts in style. We are proud to have been selected by The Independent Magazine as one of the 50 Best ... More | visit website
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Brackenhurst House (1.83 miles)

Brackenhurst House

Brackenhurst was formerly a 14 bedroom hotel and has been extensively refurbished to 5 star luxury over the last three years. We are situated in Snowdonia National Park on the beautiful coast of West Wales, ... More | visit website

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Llwyndu Farmhouse Hotel (2.10 miles)

Llwyndu Farmhouse Hotel
Llwyndu Farmhouse Hotel stands at the base of the Rhinog Mountains overlooking Cardigan Bay with stunning views over the Lleyn Peninsula and just a couple of miles north of Barmouth on the coast of Snowdonia. ... More | visit website
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The Old Farmhouse (4.73 miles)

The Old Farmhouse

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Enjoy the comforts of a hotel with the friendliness and informality of our renovated farmhouse.
It is an ideal centre for touring Snowdonia, walking or just total relaxation by our large ... More

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Coed Cae (5.35 miles)

Coed Cae

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Coed Cae is a traditional stone cottage set within the southern reaches of the Snowdonia National Park. Situated in its own wooded garden on the Mawddach estuary with spectacular views. ... More

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Penmaenuchaf Hall (5.46 miles)

Penmaenuchaf Hall

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A blend of dignity and style, supreme comfort, cuisine and service can be applied without question to this Hotel. Stunning location overlooking the beautiful Mawddach Estuary and set within the ... More

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Gwesty Gwernan Hotel (5.66 miles)

Gwesty Gwernan Hotel
With Cadair Idris literally in our back garden, we offer a unique location that combines luxury with the natural overwhelming backdrop of Snowdonia's riches. At Gwesty Gwernan , expect your stay to be as memorable ... More | visit website

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