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Apartment in Barmouth

Beudy Bach

Advert ID No:  236
(10 Photos)

No Reviews

Sleeps:  2      No of Bedrooms:  1     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £310     (High Season):  £480

Beudy Bach has been created from a traditional stone farm building on our organic working farm. Furnished and equipped to the highest standard, reflecting farmhouse style and comfort throughout. Ideal for romantic couples or for those seeking peace and tranquility * Visit Wales 5 star * 1 bedroom with en-suite apartment (twin or King) * All-inclusive prices * Free WiFi available * Off road...

Apartment in Barmouth

Llofft Allan

Advert ID No:  235
(14 Photos)

No Reviews

Sleeps:  2      No of Bedrooms:  1     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £310     (High Season):  £485

* Visit Wales 5 star * 1 bedroom with en-suite apartment * Free Wi-Fi available * Situated on a working farm * All-inclusive prices * Off road parking * Games room * Play area * Welcome Pack * Full central heating * Mile walk to village pub, town play area, railway station, * No pet allowed * Baby/Children welcome * Cot/high chair/Bed linen/towels provided * Barbecue area * Laundry room and...

Cottage in Barmouth

Rhiwal

Advert ID No:  234
(14 Photos)

No Reviews

Sleeps:  4      No of Bedrooms:  2     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £440     (High Season):  £780

* Visit Wales 5 star * 2 bedroom upside down house with bathroom with bath and overhead shower * Situated on a working farm * Free Wi-Fi available * All-inclusive prices * Off road parking * Games room * Play area * Welcome Pack * Full central heating * I Dock * Mile walk to village pub, town play area, railway station, * 1 Dog is welcome * Baby/Children welcome * Cot/high chair/Bed...

Farmhouse in Barmouth

Gwytheryn

Advert ID No:  233
(10 Photos)

No Reviews

Sleeps:  8      No of Bedrooms:  4     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £570     (High Season):  £1165

Gwytheryn is our traditional 14th century farmhouse, once the home of the Lords of Gwytheryn. It is believed to be one of the oldest houses in Wales. Gwytheryn has a wealth of original oak beams and panels and the lounge has an inglenook fireplace for those cozy winter's evenings. The family kitchen has an electric oven a gas hob, a fridge freezer, a microwave and a dishwasher. Gwytheryn is...

Cottage in Barmouth

North Lodge

Advert ID No:  229
(19 Photos)

No Reviews

Sleeps:  6      No of Bedrooms:  3     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £490     (High Season):  £980

North Lodge dates back to 1790 and was in former times a gate house to Cors-y-Gedol Hall. Standing proud in its own third of an acre garden just two minutes from sandy beaches and rugged mountains. * Visit Wales 5 star * 3 bedroom detached cottage sleeping 2-6 * All-inclusive prices * Garden and off road parking * Stunning views of beach and mountains * Welcome Pack * Open fire logs and coal...

Cottage in Barmouth

Penbryn Mynach

Advert ID No:  80
(14 Photos)

No Reviews

Sleeps:  0      No of Bedrooms:  6     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £695     (High Season):  £1600

Penbryn Mynach comfortably sleeps and dines 12 guests in 6 double bedrooms. Small children are very welcome and there is a cot available for babies and highchairs/step-up stools for toddlers. Downstairs is a very spacious lounge with wood burner, seating for 12 and a further large table area with six chairs. Separate dining room for 12. Well equipped kitchen. The entrance is via the...

Cottage in Barmouth

Tai Newyddion

Advert ID No:  34
(10 Photos)

No Reviews

Sleeps:  4      No of Bedrooms:  2     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £270     (High Season):  £500

A lovely holiday cottage with sea views situated near the seaside resort of Barmouth and surrounded by Snowdonia. 'Tai Newyddion' means 'new houses', but they are actually 300 year old farm worker cottages. It has a secluded garden which includes a sheltered patio area with excellent views of the Irish Sea and Cader Idris mountain range. The cottage is within walking distance (200m) of...

Farmhouse in Barmouth

Tyddyn Mawr Farmhouse

Advert ID No:  32
(10 Photos)

No Reviews

Sleeps:  6      No of Bedrooms:  3     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £400     (High Season):  £690

This property is let for the first time this summer as a holiday let. I hope that there are people that have yet to consider there summer vacation! Located within walking distance to the beach, with a cycle path available from the top of the lane. Barmouth is only three miles away with the well-known Mawddach Estuary. Harlech with the Royal St David's Golf Course is only 7 miles away. The Coed...

 

Barmouth Tourist Information

Barmouth - The 'Queen of the Cambrian Coast'

Barmouth is a charming and popular Victorian style seaside town, lying on the estuary of the River Mawddach within Cardigan Bay on the West Coast. The town's location makes it very easy to get to by road, or alternatively by regular train services which stop off at Barmouth railway station in the town.


The town offers visitors over sixty independently owned shops to browse around, along with an excellent range of pubs and places to eat. Al-fresco dining can be enjoyed from the cafes dotted along the quayside, which serves hungry visitors delicious food including locally caught seafood like lobster.

Barmouth Town Family Holiday Cottages
Barmouth Harbour is a real draw for visitors, they can sit and enjoy ice-cream or fish and chips and watch the kids cast a line from the harbour wall as they try a spot of crabbing.

Barmouth beach
Barmouth is blessed with a lovely two-mile-long stretch of golden sands, which has always been a big hit for families with the kids. The wide beach means there is plenty of room for everyone without feeling too crowded, and there are plenty of shops and cafes to grab a snack and drink. On a sunny day what could be better for the kids than a donkey ride, a bounce around on a trampoline or spending time at a traditional, family–run funfair on the promenade. - It's all waiting for you at Barmouth!.


Being a coastal location means Barmouth is popular for those who enjoy fishing. From the beach or harbour wall anglers can catch a variety of fish including bass, cod, mackerel, mullet and pollack to name but a few. There are also daily boat trips from the harbour for anglers wishing to try their hand at sea fishing.

Full steam ahead... A popular tourist attraction means taking a small Barmouth Ferry across the estuary of the River Mawddach, to Penrhyn Point on the opposite bank. Where the narrow gauge miniature Fairbourne Railway takes passengers on a two-mile long steam train journey alongside the beach, from the village of Fairbourne to Penrhyn Point or vice versa. The various steam and diesel trains travel along a tiny 12¼” wide track, this makes it the smallest of all the narrow-gauge railways in Wales.

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8 Rentals Found

Beudy Bach

Apartment in Snowdonia (10 Photos)
Beudy Bach

No Reviews

Sleeps: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £310
High Season: £480

Llofft Allan

Apartment in Snowdonia (14 Photos)
Llofft Allan

No Reviews

Sleeps: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £310
High Season: £485

Rhiwal

Cottage in Snowdonia (14 Photos)
Rhiwal

No Reviews

Sleeps: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £440
High Season: £780

Gwytheryn

Farmhouse in Snowdonia (10 Photos)
Gwytheryn

No Reviews

Sleeps: 8
Bedrooms: 4
Low Season: £570
High Season: £1165

North Lodge

Cottage in Snowdonia (19 Photos)
North Lodge

No Reviews

Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £490
High Season: £980

Penbryn Mynach

Cottage in Barmouth (14 Photos)
Penbryn Mynach

No Reviews

Sleeps: 0
Bedrooms: 6
Low Season: £695
High Season: £1600

Tai Newyddion

Cottage in Llanaber (10 Photos)
Tai Newyddion

No Reviews

Sleeps: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £270
High Season: £500

Tyddyn Mawr Farmhouse

Farmhouse in Barmouth (10 Photos)
Tyddyn Mawr Farmhouse

No Reviews

Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £400
High Season: £690

Barmouth tourist information

Barmouth - The 'Queen of the Cambrian Coast'

Barmouth is a charming and popular Victorian style seaside town, lying on the estuary of the River Mawddach within Cardigan Bay on the West Coast. The town's location makes it very easy to get to by road, or alternatively by regular train services which stop off at Barmouth railway station in the town.


The town offers visitors over sixty independently owned shops to browse around, along with an excellent range of pubs and places to eat. Al-fresco dining can be enjoyed from the cafes dotted along the quayside, which serves hungry visitors delicious food including locally caught seafood like lobster.

Barmouth Town Family Holiday Cottages
Barmouth Harbour is a real draw for visitors, they can sit and enjoy ice-cream or fish and chips and watch the kids cast a line from the harbour wall as they try a spot of crabbing.

Barmouth beach
Barmouth is blessed with a lovely two-mile-long stretch of golden sands, which has always been a big hit for families with the kids. The wide beach means there is plenty of room for everyone without feeling too crowded, and there are plenty of shops and cafes to grab a snack and drink. On a sunny day what could be better for the kids than a donkey ride, a bounce around on a trampoline or spending time at a traditional, family–run funfair on the promenade. - It's all waiting for you at Barmouth!.


Being a coastal location means Barmouth is popular for those who enjoy fishing. From the beach or harbour wall anglers can catch a variety of fish including bass, cod, mackerel, mullet and pollack to name but a few. There are also daily boat trips from the harbour for anglers wishing to try their hand at sea fishing.

Full steam ahead... A popular tourist attraction means taking a small Barmouth Ferry across the estuary of the River Mawddach, to Penrhyn Point on the opposite bank. Where the narrow gauge miniature Fairbourne Railway takes passengers on a two-mile long steam train journey alongside the beach, from the village of Fairbourne to Penrhyn Point or vice versa. The various steam and diesel trains travel along a tiny 12¼” wide track, this makes it the smallest of all the narrow-gauge railways in Wales.

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