Self-catering Holiday Cottage Rentals in Arthog Village, Gwynedd

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Arthog is a lovely village found at the Southern end of Snowdonia National Park on the banks of the River Mawddac, only a few miles from the popular seaside resort town of Barmouth. The village is easily accessed by road using the A493, that connects to the main A470 road which travels the length of the country, a couple of miles from Arthog is Morfa Mawddach railway station.

Arthog is well positioned for walkers and cyclists, with many walkers and cyclists taking to the popular nine and a half mile long route along the Mawddach Trail. The trail follows the route of an old disused railway line that runs alongside the Mawddach estuary, for the most part, the trail is flat and relatively traffic-free making it perfect for a gentle stroll or bike ride.

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Located about one and a half miles to the East of the village and owned by the National Trust are Cregennan Lakes, these two natural lakes offer serious anglers and first-time fishermen the opportunity to catch wild brown trout, as well as blue and rainbow trout. Sea fishing can also be enjoyed from the Mawddach estuary and from Fairbourne beach.

A few miles outside the Arthog near the village of Fairbourne is Bwlchgwyn Farm, a working farm that offers pony trekking along Mawddach Estuary and along the beach in Fairbourne. They also have pony treks up to the foothills of the Cregennan Lakes, as well as the Cader Idris Mountain Range.

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Arthog tourist information

Arthog is a lovely village found at the Southern end of Snowdonia National Park on the banks of the River Mawddac, only a few miles from the popular seaside resort town of Barmouth. The village is easily accessed by road using the A493, that connects to the main A470 road which travels the length of the country, a couple of miles from Arthog is Morfa Mawddach railway station.

Arthog is well positioned for walkers and cyclists, with many walkers and cyclists taking to the popular nine and a half mile long route along the Mawddach Trail. The trail follows the route of an old disused railway line that runs alongside the Mawddach estuary, for the most part, the trail is flat and relatively traffic-free making it perfect for a gentle stroll or bike ride.

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Located about one and a half miles to the East of the village and owned by the National Trust are Cregennan Lakes, these two natural lakes offer serious anglers and first-time fishermen the opportunity to catch wild brown trout, as well as blue and rainbow trout. Sea fishing can also be enjoyed from the Mawddach estuary and from Fairbourne beach.

A few miles outside the Arthog near the village of Fairbourne is Bwlchgwyn Farm, a working farm that offers pony trekking along Mawddach Estuary and along the beach in Fairbourne. They also have pony treks up to the foothills of the Cregennan Lakes, as well as the Cader Idris Mountain Range.

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