Garth Engan is a 4-star bed and breakfast with private lounge located in the Snowdonia National Park, just a 15-minute drive from Harlech, with a number of sandy beaches a short drive away, including Shell Island (Mochras). There is free WiFi access available and free parking on site. Each morning Garth Engan offers guests a full Welsh breakfast made using locally sourced ingredients. The cooked breakfast is accompanied by homemade bread and preserves. Other facilities and services include a comfortable private guest lounge with a log burning stove and a TV with Freesat channels and a selection of DVDs. As well as a private shower room, guests have exclusive use of the garden terrace accessed from the guest bedroom. There are several country walking routes in the immediate area including direct access to the Taith Ardudwy Way and Llanbedr village boasts 2 thriving public houses, which both serve food.
This large Victorian house offers free Wi-Fi and free parking on site, just 2 minutes’ walk from the sandy Blue Flag Barmouth Beach. It has uninterrupted views of the spectacular Cardigan Bay sunsets. Rooms at Richmond House B&B are light and airy, and each benefits from picturesque views, a flat-screen TV, and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. Breakfast is served in the wooden-floored eating area, and there is a comfortable, bright lounge for guests to relax in. Guests at Richmond House can explore the stunning scenery of the Mawddach Estuary, which is home to the foothills of Cader Idris Mountain. Royal St David's Golf Club is 20 minutes' drive away. The house is just a 3-minute stroll from Barmouth Railway Station.
Situated in Snowdonia National Park and less than 2 miles from a glorious sandy beach, The Old Farmhouse originally dates from around 1600. It is 329 feet above sea level, and looks out over Cardigan Bay to the Llyn Peninsular. There is free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. Some rooms are in the farmhouse itself, while others are garden rooms – and all have beautiful views of the sea or the swimming pool and grounds. Features include a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. As well as enjoying the swimming pool, guests can stroll through the pretty gardens and relax in the hot tub (both open between April and September). A hearty breakfast is served in The Old Farmhouse each morning, with food made from local ingredients. Attractions include opportunities for mountain biking and birdwatching in the beautiful surrounding area, as well as river and sea fishing. Dyffryn Ardudwy Rail Station is just over 10 minutes’ walk away.
On the edge of Snowdonia National Park, Lawrenny Lodge offers traditional Welsh breakfasts and free parking. Spectacular sunsets over the Mawddach Estuary can be enjoyed from the cosy lounge bar. The individually decorated bedrooms at Lawrenny have a private bathroom, a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee facilities and a radio. Free Wi-Fi access is available in all rooms. Hearty breakfasts are served daily in the elegant dining room at Lawrenny, featuring fresh local produce and homemade bread. Lawrenny Lodge is a 5-minute walk from Barmouth centre, and offers scenic views across Barmouth Harbour and Cardigan Bay. The beautiful Mawddach Trail and Panorama Walk start just metres away.
Pros: the views from the room were brilliant,cleanliness and drinks availabality in the room,david and heather were very nice
Cons: the tight turn into the driveway and not being able to book an evening meal
Pros: I liked the spectacular views from the bedroom and dining room. Also the hearty Welsh breakfast. Walks can be done from the guest house front door and with the train station nearby you do not need a car. The room was comfortable and spacious.
Cons: Minor things were the shower being a bit pokey and a slightly less than comfortable mattress.
Pros: The veiw from the bedrooms and staff plus the food
Pros: The Guest House was very clean, well appointed and comfortable.The owners were very friendly.
Pros: the view from the room.
Pros: The owners are very friendly and helpful.They make you feel like home.amazing food,beautiful views,great location of the hotel.All in all the best b&b I have stayed so far and believe me, I stayed in lots of places. Also, Barmouth is a great place to stay for a short break in Wales.
Cons: No bad points really.The only tricky thing is the drive to the hotel but once you reach it,you won't regret it!
Pros: Outstanding view from room. Clean and best decor. Good breakfast.
Pros: Location was ideal, the staff were friendly and helpful, the guest house was well kept with excellent facilities, personal touches meant a lot and the view from our room was breathtaking.
Pros: Will book again next year, great value and lovely hosts
Pros: The location had excellent views and if you like walking you could do numerous walks direct from the hotel without using your car.
Located near a train station, Bryn Melyn Guest House is a great choice for a stay in Barmouth. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Mawddach Dining Room, which serves dinner. Other highlights at this upscale guest house include a bar/lounge and a terrace.
This impressive Victorian building has a splendid cliff-top location with stunning views of Cardigan Bay. It offers free parking and a restaurant, and is less than a kilometer from Barmouth’s centre. Each room at this 4-star guest accommodation has a TV and DVD player, as well as free tea and coffee. Most rooms enjoy lovely sea views, whilst all have a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Built in the 1880s for a famous gunmaker, Tyr Graig Castle was designed to resemble both a castle and a double-barrelled shotgun. Today it still has original features, including stained glass windows. The lounge has a log fire and drinks are available from the conservatory bar. There is also a terrace with superb views over the water. Overlooking Cardigan Bay, Tyr Graig’s restaurant offers traditional home-cooked British and Welsh food. The creative menu is made with the finest local, fresh and seasonal produce.
This family-run hotel offers traditional, comfortable accommodations in the beautiful setting of the Snowdonia National Park. The hotel restaurant uses local ingredients and the bar serves local real ales. Individually decorated rooms include a flat-screen TV, iron and tea/coffee making facilities. Each room has a tiled private bathroom with a bathtub, shower and a hairdryer. The bar features slate floors and a wood burning stove, and stocks a choice of real ales and recommended wines. Tasty homemade food is served in the restaurant that overlooks the grounds, and on the hotel terrace in the summer. The hills and trails of Snowdonia are on the hotel’s doorstep, and the idyllic sandy beaches of the northwest Welsh coast are less than a 10-minute drive away.
The Tal y Don Hotel is situated in the middle of the small seaside town of Barmouth in Gwynedd, north-west Wales, and is just a 2 minute walk from the main beach and 3 minutes from the picturesque harbour. It is an ideal place to book a room for bed and breakfast, have lunch or an evening meal, or visit for a drink in the evening. Barmouth is a popular coastal holiday resort situated between the mountains and the sea, at the mouth of the beautiful Mawddach estuary. The Tal y Don Hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodation, restaurant, home cooked foods, a popular large comfortable bar and an enclosed attractive beer garden with a water feature and children s play area. We have 5 individually styled en-suite bedrooms, and we accommodate guests with dogs. The hotel bar has a fine selection of cask conditioned ales and premium lagers with an extensive range of single malt whiskies, spirits and wines.
With a large, covered outdoor terrace, and surrounded by the gorgeous scenery of Snowdonia National Park, the 4-star Victoria Inn has free parking on site. It is less than 5 minutes’ drive from Llanfair Slate Caverns, the 100-year-old caves where the movie The First Knight was filmed. An original stove, flag-stone floor, antique furniture, and an old grandfather clock feature in the traditional bar. Delicious, homemade food is served, made from local ingredients and produce from the garden. Rooms at Victoria Inn are elegantly designed, and each boasts picturesque views of the garden. Every room features a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. The coast is 2 miles from the building, and Llanbedr Rail Station is a 10-minute walk away. The Royal Aerospace Establishment is a kilometer away, and the surrounding countryside has plenty of opportunities for walking, climbing and cycling.
Located near a train station, Bae Abermaw Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Barmouth. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Bae Abermaw Restaurant, which serves British cuisine and is open for dinner. Other highlights at this Victorian hotel include a bar/lounge and a garden.