Coastal Rentals & Cottages in The Seaside Town of Tywyn

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Advert ID No:  166
Stable Cottage
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £400
High Season: £800

Close to Llanfendigaid, it shares its attributes as far as location goes and sleeps four in two bedrooms. Like Llanfendigaid, it is a historic listed building graded II* but has been recently fully renovated using local materials as much as possible. It has central heating that is run entirely from the large wood burner in the living area and unlike Dove Cottage, it is a traditional layout with...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £400

High Season: £800

Advert ID No:  165
Dove Cottage
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £400
High Season: £800

Close, but not intrusively so, to Llanfendigaid, it shares its attributes as far as location goes and sleeps four in two bedrooms. It is a pretty 'upside down' stone barn conversion with the living accommodation above the bedrooms and it is furnished to a high standard. Dove Cottage has a bathroom with bath/shower/loo/basin. Electricity and night storage heaters (included in rental price),...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £400

High Season: £800

Llanfendigaid
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Sleeps: 9
No of Bedrooms: 0
Low Season: £1730
High Season: £3950

This magnificent and very comfortable family home is set in an acre of lovely gardens and bluebell woodland. It is surrounded by a further three acres of estate land - scenic farmland with magnificent views of beautiful scenery and glimpses of the sea. There is a small sand and shingle beach nearby and even a 'private' request train station on the Barmouth line. The estate also boasts its own...

Sleeps: 9

No of Bedrooms: 0

Low Season: £1730

High Season: £3950

 

Tywyn Tourist Information
All the right ingredients for a fantastic holiday

Tywyn is a seaside resort town positioned along Cardigan Bay, the town lies about four and a half miles North of Aberdovey and under nine miles South of Llwyngwril.

Tywyn has a number of independent shops to browse around along with a good selection of cafes, restaurants, and pubs.

Tywyn Beach & Promenade
The town is blessed with a large sandy beach (Tywyn Beach), which is about as good as any Welsh beach gets. Families can enjoy endless hours of fun kite-flying, building sandcastles, swimming or just relaxing. Tywyn Beach is backed by a long promenade, this provides the ideal place to spot Cardigan Bay's resident dolphins or to enjoy a leisurely evening stroll arm in arm with your loved one whilst enjoying a fabulous sunset. The prom also affords some outstanding views of Cardigan Bay, on a clear day looking up the coast there are views towards Pwllheli and Bardsey Island, looking down the coast there are views towards Aberystwyth and further around the bay, Aberporth.

Tywyn is home to Talyllyn Railway, a historic, steam-operated, narrow-gauge railway. These wonderful steam trains transport their passengers on scenic seven and a quarter mile long journey inland through the Snowdonia National Park, passing through beautiful countryside and the 'Dolgoch Falls', ending at Nant Gwernol Railway Station near the village of Abergynolwyn.

Just north of the town lies 'Broadwater', a saltwater lagoon which is fed by the River Dysynni as it flows out into Cardigan Bay. Designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), Broadwater offers stunning views towards Craig yr Aderyn (Bird's Rock) and Cadair Idris, it's also a renowned destination for bird-watching, fishing, canoeing.

The area around Tywyn abounds in pleasurable walks, for instance, you can walk along the beach to Aberdovey or really stretch your legs along the Wales Coast Path, or head off for a walk into the beautiful 'Dysynni Valley'. A few miles from the town in the surrounding Snowdonia National Park are a range of walks around the 'Dolgoch Falls', a series of three captivating waterfalls set in a very beautiful scenic area (don't forget to take your camera).

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