A delightful conversion providing holiday accommodation of a high standard on the beautiful Mawddach Estuary and only five miles to the sandy beaches of Fairbourne and Barmouth in Snowdonia's stunning National Park. There is a hotel and RSPB nature reserve within walking distance of The Dairy Cottage and the area is great for outdoor enthusiasts.
Set in a quiet location in the Snowdonia National Park just two miles from beautiful beaches and with incredible views of the Rhinog Mountains, Tan y Coed is a fantastic modern holiday home that sleeps eight guests in four bedrooms. The flexible layout means it is perfect for families or friends, and it is also dog-friendly, so no one needs to be left behind. Dolgellau's markets and restaurants are an easy drive away, or you can walk there along the Mawddach Estuary Path which runs close to the house. Climb Cader Idris, cycle the trails at Coed-y-Brenin or spend time fishing or playing golf. With the owner's superb attention to detail and numerous thoughtful touches, your stay is sure to be a memorable one.
A spacious detached holiday home located a stone's throw from the beach in the village of Talybont, near Barmouth, on the north west coast of Wales. Perfect for families or friends, Llwyn Derw Cottage sleeps ten guests in five bedrooms. With a ground floor bedroom and bathroom, a cosy open fire and a colourful enclosed garden this flexible self-catering holiday cottage is perfect for get togethers at any time of the year. Enjoy lazy days on the beach, stunning walks in Snowdonia National Park or soak up some Welsh heritage at one of the nearby castles. Alternatively, simply sit back and enjoy the tranquility of this beautiful spot.
Enjoy space and views from this wonderful first-floor holiday apartment on Marine Parade in Barmouth, right across the road from the Mawddach Estuary and yards from the beach. With two bedrooms and an open-plan layout, it is ideal for couples, families or friends, with space for four people plus an additional child. Walk or cycle along the Mawddach Trail to Dolgellau, scale the peak of Cader Idris, plunge into the subterranean trampoline world of Bounce Below, or admire Harlech's magnificent castle - all of which are within easy reach for a fun day out. Barmouth's beaches are beautiful and, with the backdrop of Snowdonia National Park, you're never far from adventure.
A stylish holiday home providing self catering of a high standard on the beautiful Mawddach Estuary and only five miles to the glorious sandy beaches of Fairbourne and Barmouth. Helm is perfectly placed in the heart of Snowdonia for enjoying the many outdoor activities on offer, along with the areas attractions and fantastic coastline.
Barmouth is a friendly town with plenty to offer visitors in all seasons. It is on the coast of mid-Wales where the Mawddach River empties into the Irish Sea. Not only does it have a beach and beautiful estuary, but Barmouth is close to the Cader Idris mountain range and within easy reach of Snowdonia National Park. Within a small radius, you can participate in virtually any outdoor activity you can imagine. This property is in an elevated spot above Barmouth town, with space for up to five people to sleep in two bedrooms and far-reaching views and a layout that suits couples, families and friends.
A period property above Barmouth town with fantastic views of the estuary. Penbryn is two separate properties opened into one spacious holiday home to sleep up to nine people in four bedrooms. It's perfect for families and friends, especially groups who love spending time outdoors and being active. Walking, cycling, fishing, climbing and mountain biking are just a few of many ways you can have fun. Cader Idris and Snowdonia National Park are within easy reach, as are Dolgellau, Portmeirion, Porthmadog and the Llyn Peninsula.
In an exceptional position overlooking the sea on the outskirts of the Welsh coastal town of Barmouth, this magnificent self-catering house is steeped in history and provides a great venue for large parties of twelve. Perfect for celebrating a special occasion (all male and female parties accepted) or just getting together with friends or family, Plas Mynach sits in the Snowdonia National Park, near Dolgellau and has a good range of pubs, shops and a Blue Flag beach within walking distance as well as fantastic water sports, cycling, walking, golf and an abundance of attractions for day trips out.
With beautiful original Victorian features and breathtaking coastal views, The Tower at Plas Mynach is perfect for couples who want to stay somewhere as unique and wonderful as the surroundings. The second-floor apartment is around a ten-minute walk from the beach, shops and pubs of Barmouth, and within easy reach of popular Snowdonia activities and attractions. With short breaks possible all year round, The Tower is ideal for a romantic getaway.
This charming Snowdonia holiday cottage is on the outskirts of Dyffryn Ardudwy, with beautiful views of Tremadog Bay and the Rhinogydd mountains. It sleeps four people in two bedrooms and is ideal for couples, families or friends. The owners have carefully restored and furnished the cottage to suit modern lifestyles without losing the period charm that makes it so wonderful. Harlech and Barmouth are both around 10 minutes from the cottage and convenient for shopping and dining out. There are lovely walks and cycling routes accessible from the door, making it easy to explore and enjoy the scenery that makes the Snowdonia National Park a year-round favourite holiday destination.
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Sandwiched between the mountains and the sea, the pretty seaside town of Barmouth is what traditional family holidays are made off. With a small fairground, swing boats, donkey rides, and a land train running the length of the promenade, Barmouth is a true bucket and spade family holiday destination. The two-mile beach is a fantastic spot for sunbathing, swimming, paddleboarding or kayaking, or enjoy an ice cream watching the boats bob up and down in the harbour.
When you are done with the beach, wonder into town to explore the shops and restaurants or take a stroll across the impressive bridge which spans the river. Discover more about Barmouth’s fascinating history on the town’s Heritage Trail or take a ride on a steam train on the Fairbourne and Barmouth Railway track.
If you are feeling energetic you can stroll into the hills where you can enjoy fantastic sea and mountain views. The Mawddach Estuary is a haven for bird watchers, or for anyone simply wanting to get off the beaten track. Walk or cycle along the Mawddach Trail, an old rail route which runs to the pretty town of Dolgellau, or climb Cadair Idris, the highest peak in southern Snowdonia. Other day trips include the impressive castle at Harlech, the world famous Royal St David’s Golf Club and the Llanfair Slate Caverns.