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Ty Newydd Holiday Flats
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £280
High Season: £320

Two Flats in the village of Tremadog 1 mile from Porthmadog

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £280

High Season: £320

6 oakley Wharf
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Sleeps: 2
No of Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £252
High Season: £490

Oakley Wharf Apartment overlooks Porthmadog Harbour, giving unrivalled views of the Glaslyn Estuary. And with a 4 Star Tourist Board quality you could not be better placed for a wonderful getaway break. A spacious apartment with a double bedroom on the picturesque harbour with extensive views over the Glaslyn estuary towards Portmeirion and the Snowdonia Mountains. Located on the western side...

Sleeps: 2

No of Bedrooms: 1

Low Season: £252

High Season: £490

 

Porthmadog Tourist Information
Home of the famous Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways

Porthmadog is a bustling town near to Snowdonia National Park, from the town it's only a five-minute drive to Morfa Bychan village and about ten-minute drive to the coastal town of Criccieth.

Visiting tourists will find Porthmadog has a good selection of independent shops to browse around combined with a good range of eateries to choose from.

Porthmadog’s renowned landmark is 'The Cob', a substantial mile-long man-made causeway built by William Alexander Madocks, the Cob carries the A497 Road (Britannia Terrace) together with the Ffestiniog Railway. Visitors travelling to Porthmadog from the South will enter the town along the Cob.

There's plenty to do in and around Porthmadog
Fancy a day at the beach? If so, Black Rock Sands Beach is close at hand. It's a great family beach with a large expanse of sand, it is also one of only two beaches in Wales where you're able to drive your car directly onto the sand (legally) - Handy if you've got lots of stuff to take.

Fancy a round of golf? Porthmadog Golf Club with its 18-hole links and parkland course is only a couple of miles outside the town, the club's course enjoys views of the Cardigan Bay coastline and Snowdonia.

Fancy a tour of a brewery? Porthmadog is home to Purple Moose Brewery, the tour takes about 45 minutes to an hour and takes visitors through the whole brewing process with a tasting at the end.

Housed in the last remaining slate shed on the harbour is Porthmadog Maritime Museum, the museum, with its large collection of artefacts and knowledgeable volunteers, provide an interesting insight into the nautical activities of the area.

A chuffing good time awaits...
Porthmadog is synonymous with the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways, the town is where these two historic railways come together. At 25 miles long, the Welsh Highland Railway boasts the UK’s longest heritage railway. Starting from Porthmadog Harbour Station, the Welsh Highland Railway offers a leisurely steam train journey through Snowdonia National Park past the foot of Snowdon and the lovely village of Beddgelert ending at the royal town of Caernarfon.

The Ffestiniog Railway is the world’s oldest narrow gauge railway. From the Harbour Station in Porthmadog, the Ffestiniog Railway takes passengers on an unforgettable 13½-mile narrow-gauge steam train journey off into the Snowdonia National Park, travelling at a steady pace, you can just sit back and watch as the stunning landscape unfolds from beneath the steam as the train makes its way to the slate-quarrying town of Blaenau Ffestiniog.

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