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Brynmelyn Guest House
Hotel Brynmelyn Guest House BarmouthMore
Bryn Melyn is a small well appointed guest house situated just ten minutes walk from the seaside town of Barmouth. Set in its own grounds with car parking it has stunning views of the beautiful Mawddach Estuary, Cadair Range and Cardigan Bay. Built on a south facing hillside, with a pleasant climate and many points of local interest it is an ideal place for a restful break. Bedrooms are tastefully decorated and furnished with residents comfort in mind. All have en-suite facilities, hospitality tray and colour television. The restaurant offers a wide choice, four course menu to suit most tastes, including a variety of vegetarian dishes and house specialities. An interesting selection of wines is kept to compliment every meal.
Hotel Richmond House BarmouthMore
Richmond House is a large Victorian town house tastefully converted into Bed and Breakfast accommodation, having 3 large double bedrooms with en-suites (Snowdon, Bala and Bardsey), a large comfortable lounge and dining room for guests.Richmond House BandB is situated in the centre of Barmouth with uninterrupted views of the spectacular Cardigan Bay sunsets, only a 2 minute walk from the large, blue flag, Barmouth beach, several excellent restaurants and pubs, and the railway station.Barmouth is on the Western edge of the Snowdonia National Park, with walking, mountain biking and a range of other activities available nearby. Alternatively, if you are looking for something a little more relaxing, curl up in front the lounge fire and read a book!!
Hotel Morwendon House BarmouthMore
Morwendon House (meaning white wave of the sea) is a high quality licensed guest house which is situated in the quiet village of Llanaber with beautiful views over Cardigan Bay; an ideal base from which to explore and enjoy the delights of this beautiful part of Wales. Teresa and Geoff are your hosts at Morwendon and will personally ensure that everything possible is done to make your stay relaxing and comfortable. For a taste of quality living in superb surroundings Morwendon House fits the bill perfectly. Overlooking Cardigan Bay, with beautiful panoramic sea views, this substantial and most attractive house offers comfort, space and style in top quality guest accommodation. It stands in 2.5 acres of gardens, with plenty of areas to sit out and relax. There is ample private off road car parking. The house has been lovingly maintained and offers guests a spacious drawing room with Sky television, a delightful dining room - both with sea views and six bedrooms, all of which are en-suite and all with views of the sea. Everything you need to relax and enjoy the perfect holiday, Spectacular sea views, amazing sunsets, dolphins and porpoises in the bay, fishing and boating trips from the bustling harbour down in Barmouth, the quaint ferry across the estuary to the narrow gauge Fairbourne railway and barbecues on the terrace and just a five minute stroll down to the beach. Just wonderful! Morwendon House opened in October 2006 and following an un-announced overnight stay the AA Hotel Inspector awarded Morwendon House an AA 4star rating for Guest Accommodation and also a Pie symbol for evening meals. This is awarded for evening meals which in the opinion of the inspector were above the standard one would normally expect for accommodation of this rating, this was added to in 2007 by an AA Eggcup award for outstanding breakfasts. PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A MINIMUM BOOKING REQUIREMENT OF 2 NIGHTS (WHICH MUST INCLUDE A FRIDAY) ON ALL BANK HOLIDAY BOOKINGS.
Marwyn Guest House
Hotel Marwyn Guest House BarmouthMore
The Marwyn Guest House is a small, friendly, family run guest house located on the sea front in Barmouth, Gwynedd, North Wales.It is at the far end of Marine Parade, far enough away from the town centre for it to be peaceful but still close enough to walk to the town centre where there are many unique shops and plenty of eateries. Access to the beach is directly over the road. The front rooms give postcard picture views of the beach and promenade.Our rooms are light, spacious and equipped with colour television and hospitality tray including local welsh chocolate drink. Six have en-suite facilities with a shower or bath and two have adjacent private bathrooms.
Tal Y Don
Hotel Tal Y Don BarmouthMore
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.
Hotel Crystal House BarmouthMore
Our family run guest house is situated a stones throw from Barmouth's award winning beaches and the hotel enjoys the fantastic scenery which Cardigan Bay and the Snowdonian Mountains have to offer. Crystal House is a place where people young and old can enjoy a relaxing stay in a comfortable and friendly environment. Start your day with a walk along the promenade with views across Barmouth's famous and award winning Blue Flag beach located just 25 yards from our hotel. For the more energetic Barmouth is full of opportunities for activity holidays. There are an abundance of walks in and around the town. Walk through the Old Town climbing to the top of Dinas Olau for spectacular views of Cardigan Bay and the Mawddach Estuary. Alternatively walk across Barmouth Bridge to Morfa Mawddach Station and follow the former railway track along the river bank to Penmaenpool. Above all else Barmouth has a unique charm and this little fishing village turned seaside resort has really stood the test of time. Our hotel has a total of 9 rooms; 4 of which are en-suite 2 have private bathroom facilities and the other 3 rooms all have individual vanity units and share a bathroom. Each of the rooms retains its classic Victorian charm but we have introduced all the modern comforts of a conventional hotel. We provide tea and coffee making facilities mini-fridges and televisions in all rooms. Cots hairdryers and ironing facilities are also available on request. We have free WiFi access available for guests - just request the password when you arrive.