Holiday Cottages & Log Cabin Rentals Around Fairbourne Village

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Bungalow in Fairbourne

Merrivale

Advert ID No:  380
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Sleeps:  6      No of Bedrooms:  3     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £310     (High Season):  £843

Merrivale is a delightful 3 bedroom bungalow that can sleep 6 people, bedroom one has a double bed, bedroom two has two single beds and bedroom three has an adult-sized bunk bed. The bathroom has a bath which has an overhead shower as well as a basin and toilet. Set over one level, the bungalow has an open plan living area that includes a small alcove-style kitchen with an electric oven and...

 

Fairbourne Tourist Information

Fairbourne is a coastal village located along Cardigan Bay on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, the village lies on the South side of the Mawddach estuary, on the opposite side is the popular seaside town of Barmouth.


Fairbourne is accessed via the A493 road, there are also regular bus services that stop off in the village, along with a train station served by the Cambrian Coast Railway. From Easter until the end of October there is a small ferry boat service across the River Mawddach, the service takes a small number of passengers at a time to and from Barmouth and Fairbourne. Due to the size of the boats, the ferry service is weather dependent.

All aboard.. the smallest of Wales’ narrow-gauge railways, Fairbourne Railway. This very small but cute train service takes passengers along its 12 1⁄4 in gauge line from Fairbourne (where passengers alight from the main train line service), it then travels along the beach front stopping at a couple of stations along the way until it reaches the departure point for the ferry boat to Barmouth.

Fairbourne Coastal Holiday Cottages To Rent
The village is blessed with its own beach, Fairbourne beach. It offers beachgoers a fantastic two-mile long stretch of golden sands, where the kids can run themselves ragged, build sandcastles or have a paddle in the sea.

Just beyond the beach and across the railway line is Fairbourne Golf Club, it's a 1000 yard, 9-hole links course which is suited to newbie golfers and the more experienced.

The waters along this stretch of Cardigan Bay offer the chance to indulge in a range of water-based activities such as water skiing, windsurfing and canoeing. Anglers can also try their luck at sea fishing from the beach, or along the River Mawddach.

If your get the opportunity whilst in Fairbourne head across to Friog in Snowdonia National Park to visit Blue Lake, once occupied by the old Golwern Slate Quarry it is now one of Snowdonia’s 'secret gems'. There are no signposts offering direction apart from a lonely public right-of-way sign (Ffordd Panteinion (SatNav LL38 2TJ)). Once at the site, the climb up is a little steep at first but not really too difficult, at the top visitors are rewarded with spectacular views of Fairbourne and Barmouth. The pièce de résistance is, of course, a magnificent lake of sheer deep blue water. The lake itself can be accessed via a short, dark and wet tunnel, providing access to those brave souls who enjoy wild swimming (be warned it's very cold though).

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1 Rentals Found

Merrivale

Bungalow in Fairbourne (20 Photos)
Merrivale

No Reviews

Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £310
High Season: £843

Fairbourne tourist information

Fairbourne is a coastal village located along Cardigan Bay on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, the village lies on the South side of the Mawddach estuary, on the opposite side is the popular seaside town of Barmouth.


Fairbourne is accessed via the A493 road, there are also regular bus services that stop off in the village, along with a train station served by the Cambrian Coast Railway. From Easter until the end of October there is a small ferry boat service across the River Mawddach, the service takes a small number of passengers at a time to and from Barmouth and Fairbourne. Due to the size of the boats, the ferry service is weather dependent.

All aboard.. the smallest of Wales’ narrow-gauge railways, Fairbourne Railway. This very small but cute train service takes passengers along its 12 1⁄4 in gauge line from Fairbourne (where passengers alight from the main train line service), it then travels along the beach front stopping at a couple of stations along the way until it reaches the departure point for the ferry boat to Barmouth.

Fairbourne Coastal Holiday Cottages To Rent
The village is blessed with its own beach, Fairbourne beach. It offers beachgoers a fantastic two-mile long stretch of golden sands, where the kids can run themselves ragged, build sandcastles or have a paddle in the sea.

Just beyond the beach and across the railway line is Fairbourne Golf Club, it's a 1000 yard, 9-hole links course which is suited to newbie golfers and the more experienced.

The waters along this stretch of Cardigan Bay offer the chance to indulge in a range of water-based activities such as water skiing, windsurfing and canoeing. Anglers can also try their luck at sea fishing from the beach, or along the River Mawddach.

If your get the opportunity whilst in Fairbourne head across to Friog in Snowdonia National Park to visit Blue Lake, once occupied by the old Golwern Slate Quarry it is now one of Snowdonia’s 'secret gems'. There are no signposts offering direction apart from a lonely public right-of-way sign (Ffordd Panteinion (SatNav LL38 2TJ)). Once at the site, the climb up is a little steep at first but not really too difficult, at the top visitors are rewarded with spectacular views of Fairbourne and Barmouth. The pièce de résistance is, of course, a magnificent lake of sheer deep blue water. The lake itself can be accessed via a short, dark and wet tunnel, providing access to those brave souls who enjoy wild swimming (be warned it's very cold though).

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