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A well-positioned, two-bedroom bungalow resting in Rhoslefain near Llwyngwril, Gwynedd. (Ref. 1070581)
- Ground floor bedroom
- Washing machine
7 nights from £409
A tranquil haven set along North Wales’s beautiful coastline and on the western edge of Snowdonia National Park, Barmouth is a fantastic holiday destination for all. From your Barmouth accommodation you can easily access the towns gorgeous beach, museums, independent shops, pubs, and restaurants.
Why Barmouth Accommodation?
When the sun is shining Traeth Abermaw is the place to be during a Barmouth self-catering stay. Boasting golden sands and clear waters, ideal for canoeing and kayaking with a view of the mountains! If you don’t fancy getting out on the water, you can relax on the sands with an ice cream from Flossie’s Ice Cream Parlour in hand.
Pop on your walking boots and enjoy soaking up the fantastic views of the Mawddach Estuary and beyond along the 3.4km Panorama Walk. Or delve into the town’s rich history by visiting the Barmouth Sailors’ Institute, T? Gwyn, and T? Crwn.
If all that exploring has made you peckish, Barmouth is renowned for its excellent choice of eateries. Will it be fresh seafood at The Captain’s Table and The Lobster Pot, European dishes at The Bank Restaurant, or vegan delights at Foxglove, before returning to the comfort of one of these Barmouth cottages.
Places to Visit from Barmouth Holiday Cottages
Your Barmouth accommodation is ideally located for exploring North Wales and the stunning Snowdonia National Park.
The magnificent mountain of Cadair Idris is just a short drive away from your Barmouth cottage, ideal for a day hike with stunning views across Snowdonia National Park. Or for those looking for a family-friendly walk, both the Egryn Walk and Dolmelynllyn Estate Walk to Rhaeadr Ddu Falls are nearby.
Head to the charming town of Dolgellau, where can enjoy fine dining at Penmaenuchaf, picnicking in Dolgellau Park, and visit the fascinating ruins of Cymer Abbey. Continue through the park where you can try your hand at watersports on Llyn Tegid in Bala, trampoline in the depths of mines in Blaenau Ffestiniog, or take on the world-famous Yr Wyddfa.
If you don’t fancy hiking or climbing up the towering peak, head to Llanberis where you can hop aboard the Snowdon Mountain Railway, explore the National Slate Mine, or visit the World Heritage Site of Dinowic Slate Quarry.
If you’re still craving the delights of the coast, spend a day in Harlech or head to the Llyn Peninsula where you can explore popular destinations of Criccieth, Pwllheli, Llanbedrog, Abersoch, Aberdaron, Morfa Nefyn, and Nefyn. There is so much to see and do during your Barmouth self-catering stay.
Types of Places to Stay in Barmouth
If you want both the relaxation of the coast and the scenery of the mountains, then one of our Barmouth cottages will be perfect for you. Treat yourself to a luxury cottage, a sea view holiday home or larger accommodation ideal for the whole family. Or if you just fancy a few days away from it all, check out our short break cottages in Barmouth, perfect for recharging.
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