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Hotels found near Barmouth for 1 night from 06/03/2015 to 7/3/2015 within 10 miles, in Average Nightly price range £1 - £200
Unique Art Deco house overlooking the harbour beach and Cader Idris mountain range. Serviced en suite accommodation. PLEASE NOTE WE ARE ROOM ONLY. PLEASE ENTER FULL LENGTH OF STAY REQUIRED WHEN SEARC ...more
Unique Art Deco house overlooking the harbour beach and Cader Idris mountain range. Serviced en suite accommodation. PLEASE NOTE WE ARE ROOM ONLY. PLEASE ENTER FULL LENGTH OF STAY REQUIRED WHEN SEARCHING AVAILABILITY AS WE ARE MINIMUM 2 NIGHTS AT WEEKENDS DURING THE MAIN SEASON SO SEARCHING FOR JUST A FRIDAY OR SATURDAY WILL SOMETIMES SHOW US AS FULL WHEN WE PERHAPS DO HAVE 2 NIGHTS AVAILABLE.
The Bae Abermaw is open all year round and is known as one of the most elegant detached Victorian properties in the area and is surrounding by beautiful gardens and views that are truly spectacular an ...more
The Bae Abermaw is open all year round and is known as one of the most elegant detached Victorian properties in the area and is surrounding by beautiful gardens and views that are truly spectacular and breathtaking all year round.
This boutique, coastal hotel offers free parking and a spectacular location in Barmouth. There is a large restaurant, a garden, and striking views. Snowdon is less than an hours drive away through stu ...more
This boutique, coastal hotel offers free parking and a spectacular location in Barmouth. There is a large restaurant, a garden, and striking views. Snowdon is less than an hours drive away through stunning National Parkland.
Carol and Adrian will be pleased to welcome you to Grantham House in Barmouth all year round. We have a choice of a luxury king size double with an en-suite bathroom and sea view or a delightful twin ...more
Carol and Adrian will be pleased to welcome you to Grantham House in Barmouth all year round. We have a choice of a luxury king size double with an en-suite bathroom and sea view or a delightful twin bedded room with private bathroom. Both rooms are finished to an exceptionally high standard. With only two lovely guest rooms you are assured of a warm welcome at all times. Attentive without being intrusive we aim to look after your every need. Not having the space or facilities for young children you can be confident of a peaceful and relaxing stay. Barmouth is one of the most picturesque resorts on the Welsh coast and is surrounded by the splendour of the Snowdonia National Park. Enjoy the blue flag beach and strolling around the old town and harbour where there are plenty of places to eat and drink and marvel at the view of the stunning Mawddach Estuary. We are a short easy walk from these attractions.
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 mile from Barmouths centre.
Glandwr Mill boasts an idyllic location nestled away in an elevated position beside the Mawddach estuary less than two miles from Barmouth. The main house built in Sir Clough Williams-Ellis style pre ...more
Glandwr Mill boasts an idyllic location nestled away in an elevated position beside the Mawddach estuary less than two miles from Barmouth. The main house built in Sir Clough Williams-Ellis style presents an elegant yet informal holiday experience. The house combined with the mill cottage and granary in part dating back to the 17th century are set within magnificent terraced gardens and woodland totalling around 4 acres. The river Dwynant divides the gardens in two with its ever present gurgle of water. The principal garden and terraces are extensively planted with mature Camellias Azaleas Rhododendrons Maples and Acers creating truly exceptional colour in both spring and autumn. A warm welcome awaits you in the main house. Afternoon tea is served in the large south facing first floor lounge. The picture windows provide stunning views of the estuary and the Cader Idris range beyond. It s a panorama we never tire of due to the ever changing light. In winter with a coal fire burning and snow on the hills it adds yet another dimension. Breakfast is served on one large table in the ground floor dining room (again with great views) or weather permitting on the terrace. Wherever possible our ingredients are locally sourced and freshly prepared. Our three course dinners include local specialities such as salt marsh lamb and bara brith bread and butter pudding. (sample menus are available on request). We endeavour to provide our guests with an unforgettable relaxing break in a home from home atmosphere. We are confident this corner of Wales will steal a little of your hearts the way it stole ours.
Morwendon House, meaning â€˜white wave of the sea is situated in the quiet village of Llanaber and has beautiful panoramic views over Cardigan Bay.
Llwyndu Farmhouse is an intimate and cosy farmhouse hotel a Listed Building dating from1581 and overlooking Cardigan Bay where guests can really unwind it has been like being wrapped in a warm blan ...more
Llwyndu Farmhouse is an intimate and cosy farmhouse hotel a Listed Building dating from1581 and overlooking Cardigan Bay where guests can really unwind it has been like being wrapped in a warm blanket and given a big hug - March 2012 . Dining room and lounge have inglenooks and oak beams to give a very romantic candlelit and unique atmosphere. Our en suite bedrooms are interesting and individual with great character. Stupendous views of sea or mountains while the magical Mawddach Estuary is only a short distance away. Award winning food with breakfasts as light as you like or fuller breakfasts using locally made prize winning sausages local cured bacon free range eggs and smoked salmon plus vegetarian options give a good choice. Dinners in our restaurant are freshly prepared from locally sourced meat fish and other ingredients artisan Welsh cheeses great wines from award winning Tanner s of Shrewsbury and beers and ciders from individual producers from Wales and the Borders. There is great walking from Llwyndu Farmhouse both on hill and beach below us while there are many good attractions and activities such as Harlech Castle Portmeirion Village Centre for Alternative Technology and the Coed Y Brenin Forest. Children are welcome.
B&B holiday accommodation close to Harlech & Barmouth with miles of beautiful blue flag beaches and numerous treking paths on our doorstep an ideal base for the narrow gauge railway enthusiast with F ...more
B&B holiday accommodation close to Harlech & Barmouth with miles of beautiful blue flag beaches and numerous treking paths on our doorstep an ideal base for the narrow gauge railway enthusiast with Ffestiniog railway Welsh Highland railway Talyllyn railway and Snowdon Mountain railway within easy reach Harlech Castle Criccieth and Caernarvon Castles all within 20min drive Llechwedd Slate mines Llanfair Slate mines and childrens Farm Park Portmeirion village make an interesting day out.
The George III Hotel is set on the banks of the magnificent Mawddach Estuary six miles inland of Barmouth. It is said to be one of the most beautiful in Europe.
Set on the banks of the magnificent Mawddach Estuary, this charming hotel is immersed within the spectacular scenery of the Cader Idris and Snowdonian mountain ranges.
Nestled in 2 acres of woodland Coed Cae overlooks the Mawddach Estuary on the Southside of Snowdonia National Park. The property offers free parking and free Wi-Fi is also available in public areas.
With views of Cardigan Bay across Criccieth, Porthmadog and the Lleyn Peninsula, this hotel has a bar and a restaurant, and guests can enjoy a games room and a tennis court.
Penmaenuchaf Hall is a stunning location overlooking the beautiful Mawddach Estuary and set within the Snowdonia National Park. This stylish Victorian mansion offers wonderful views peace and tranqui ...more
Penmaenuchaf Hall is a stunning location overlooking the beautiful Mawddach Estuary and set within the Snowdonia National Park. This stylish Victorian mansion offers wonderful views peace and tranquillity. Relax in the elegant lounges or wander in the delightful gardens. Enjoy superb cuisine fine wines and at the end of the day retire to a luxurious bedroom. An excellent base for touring and ideal for outdoor pursuits. Recommended by the leading guide books.We are a NON SMOKING hotel. We are pleased to welcome pets and their owners on request. Please telephone to be sure our pet friendly room is available.
In 21 acres of gardens and woodland, this country house hotel has a fine restaurant. Penmaenuchaf Hall is a 5-minute drive from the market town of Dolgellau. Each spacious room at Penmaenuchaf Hall Ho ...more
In 21 acres of gardens and woodland, this country house hotel has a fine restaurant. Penmaenuchaf Hall is a 5-minute drive from the market town of Dolgellau. Each spacious room at Penmaenuchaf Hall Hotel has TV, tea/coffee and free Wi-Fi access.
A very popular Inn with both locals and visitors. Central for touring Snowdonia sandy beaches tranquil walks lakes and mountains. En-suite B&B with colour TVs hairdryers and courtesy trays.
Listed prices are per room per night and include Breakfast which is served from 8.30 am. Earlier breakfast is available by prior arrangement. Dogs are welcome but please advise if you are bringing a ...more
Listed prices are per room per night and include Breakfast which is served from 8.30 am. Earlier breakfast is available by prior arrangement. Dogs are welcome but please advise if you are bringing a pet then we can ensure that the appropriate room is available for you. Trem Hyfryd is a traditional Victorian building of Welsh granite with a modern annexe which houses guest rooms and a superb function and games room providing the perfect setting for all your holiday needs. It stands in lovely extensive gardens with adequate parking for all our guests. We have a bar and a restaurant which serves good hearty food for all tastes and most special dietary requirements. There are no smoking rooms but smoking areas are provided outside. Situated in the splendour of the Snowdonia National Park we are just 3 miles from the peak of Cader Idris and at the beginning of the magnificent Mawddach Estuary which flows into the sea at Barmouth 8 miles away. Coed y Brenin Mountain Biking Centre one of the best in the world is just 7 miles away and other mountain biking centres are within an hour s drive. We are surrounded by wonderful scenery everything you would wish of Wales from rugged mountains streams and waterfalls bridges lakes harbours and rivers to Dolgellau s wonderful old buildings and narrow streets and of course we are ideally situated for breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. You will find so much to see and do if you are looking for an active holiday there is a nine hole golf course fishing in abundance horse riding white water rafting karting high rope course mountain biking or walking on some of the many famous paths. You may like to visit working gold and slate mines ancient monuments and castles or the beautiful sandy beaches of Barmouth. If your passion is for bikes (motorised or pedal power) the routes are endless. There are several gorgeous beaches nearby to the north from Barmouth and to the south from Fairbourne. We are surrounded by stunning walks for most abilities from a strenuous climb up the north face of Cader Idris to a sedate stroll along the Mawddach Estuary path which follows the route of the former railway line towards Barmouth. After your day you can relax in front of the huge TV screen listen to music or play pool or just join in the joviality in the bar. If you have managed to experience one of our rare wet days (!) we have drying areas and a laundry service.
Situated in the picturesque Snowdonia National Park, Ffynnon Hotel offers 5-star boutique accommodation with magnificent mountain views. The beaches of Cardigan Bay are a 15-minute drive away.
This Georgian townhouse is situated in the market town of Dolgellau, in the Snowdonia National Park. Formerly a rectory, it boasts free Wi-Fi and free parking, in an acre of secluded grounds at the fo ...more
This Georgian townhouse is situated in the market town of Dolgellau, in the Snowdonia National Park. Formerly a rectory, it boasts free Wi-Fi and free parking, in an acre of secluded grounds at the foot of the rocky Cadair Idris mountain.
At Ffynnon we give you a special place to unwind and relax in complete comfort. Situated at the foot of Cader Idris in Southern Snowdonia we offer 5 star award winning luxury accommodation from wh ...more
At Ffynnon we give you a special place to unwind and relax in complete comfort. Situated at the foot of Cader Idris in Southern Snowdonia we offer 5 star award winning luxury accommodation from which to explore or enjoy time with family or friends. Whether you choose to curl up with a good book from the library enjoy afternoon tea or something stronger from our honesty bar indulge in the outdoor hot-tub or simply relax in your sumptuous room a cool mix of the classic and contemporary awaits. Winner Best Small Place to Stay National Tourism Awards 2010
Friendly hospitality is offered at Ivy House situated in the centre of Dolgellau at the foot of Cader Idris. There are six guest bedrooms four of which have en-suite facilities all of them have a beve ...more
Friendly hospitality is offered at Ivy House situated in the centre of Dolgellau at the foot of Cader Idris. There are six guest bedrooms four of which have en-suite facilities all of them have a beverage tray hair dryer and colour television. There is a comfortable guest lounge and a spacious dining room where healthy or king-sized breakfasts can start your day. Packed lunches available Open all year Full central heating Cot and high chair available Access to rooms at all times Special diets catered for Visa MasterCard American Express and Switch Credit Cards accepted Safe storage for mountain bikes and parking for motorbikes
Ty Seren (in English Star House) is a 209 year old former woolen mill located in the centre of the lovely market town of Dolgellau Gwynedd. If you like peace and tranquility in an affordable family-r ...more
Ty Seren (in English Star House) is a 209 year old former woolen mill located in the centre of the lovely market town of Dolgellau Gwynedd. If you like peace and tranquility in an affordable family-run Bed and Breakfast then this is the place for you. The accommodation - all on the first floor - comprises 3 individually decorated en-suite rooms with tea trays and televisions a family room sleeping up to four a double room and a single room. We can especially cater for groups of up to 6 Mountain Bikers coming to the nearby Coed y Brenin Mountain Bike Centre as we have excellent storage in our large cellar and washing facilities for muddy bikes and clothes. The house has many character features such as slate flagstones oak staircase large inglenook fireplace and oak beams and also has the very unusual feature of an exterior stone staircase winding round the back of the building. Ty Seren lies just off of the main square of Dolgellau a minutes walk from the nearest pub/restaurant and also 2 minutes walk from Ty Siamas the new National Folk Music Centre of Wales. The house itself has a checkered history at one time being a pub called The Star (Seren is Welsh for Star) at another housing three evacuated families on the open plan weaving floor up-stairs we also have one of the earliest flat roof shop extensions in the area circa.1860!
The team offer you a warm welcome to The Royal Ship Hotel Dolgellau. The Royal Ship Hotel is an early 19th century Coaching Inn in the heart of the old Market Town of Dolgellau. We are ideally sit ...more
The team offer you a warm welcome to The Royal Ship Hotel Dolgellau. The Royal Ship Hotel is an early 19th century Coaching Inn in the heart of the old Market Town of Dolgellau. We are ideally situated to explore the beauty of North and Mid Wales. Located in the picturesque Snowdonia National Park. The Hotel is surrounded by mountains rivers and fishing lakes and is only a few minutes drive from the coast of the Irish Sea. It is the perfect place for a relaxing holiday or short break. The Hotel offers 23 bedrooms. There are 17 en suite rooms and the remaining 6 rooms have private allocated bathrooms. You can choose between Single Double Twin or Triple rooms. Some of our rooms have an attractive view over the Town Square and the Cader Idris Mountain Range. All rooms are well equipped with tea & coffee facilities TV and local tourist information. We can cater for large groups and families. Pets welcome. Surrounded by Mountains Rivers Lakes and the Seaside you are spoiled for choice with the activities this stunning landscape has to offer. Walking Biking Lake & River Fishing Wild Water Rafting Canoeing Hill Climbing High Adventure Parks Trekking Golfing Bird Watching atmospheric native Welsh Castles and the magnificent Edwardian World Heritage Castles. So whatever your interest or passion for the outside world involves The Royal Ship is the place for you. This historic Coaching Inn has 23 individually furnished bedrooms a comfortable coffee lounge residents bar public bar with games room and a restaurant.
A former woollen mill, this charming 209-year-old property is located in the market town of Dolgellau, Gwynedd within the Snowdonia National Park.
NOTE: ONLY ONE OF OUR THREE ROOMS IS BOOKABLE THROUGH LATEROOMS. A NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT OF APPROXIMATELY 20% IS CHARGED ON BOOKING. BY MAKING A BOOKING YOU WILL BE DEEMED TO HAVE ACCEPTED OUR FU ...more
NOTE: ONLY ONE OF OUR THREE ROOMS IS BOOKABLE THROUGH LATEROOMS. A NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT OF APPROXIMATELY 20% IS CHARGED ON BOOKING. BY MAKING A BOOKING YOU WILL BE DEEMED TO HAVE ACCEPTED OUR FULL TERMS AND CONDITIONS WHICH ARE DISPLAYED BELOW. Aber Cottage Guest House offers 3 star quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the picturesque market town of Dolgellau situated in the heart of Wales beautiful Snowdonia National Park. Aber Cottage B&B is a traditional stone cottage and listed building with modern en-suite facilities to all rooms with TV free wi-fi and complimentary tea and coffee. Car parking one per room is in our own private car park with secure access. Please note we cannot guarantee having space for vans or other large vehicles. We are ideally situated in the town and within easy walking distance to excellent restaurants inns and local shops. The guest house is superbly situated near to the mountain of Cadair Idris the Mawddach trail and many other walks. Coed-y-Brenin with its popular forest trails and one of the leading mountain bike centers in Europe is also nearby. Dolgellau is surrounded by spectacular landscape and if you fancy a visit to the coast the beautiful sandy beaches of Fairbourne and Barmouth are only a few miles away. Walkers climbers mountain bikers and other adventure pursuit guests are all very welcome and we have secure storage for your equipment. Aber Cottage is over 250 years old and due to the nature of the building it may not be suitable for children under 8 years or for those with limited mobility. ABER COTTAGE GUEST HOUSE TERMS & CONDITIONS We look forward to welcoming you to Aber Cottage Guest House. When you make a booking you are entering into a legal contract with us. Please read the terms and conditions of booking below. Bookings and Deposits: A deposit of approximately 20% of the total cost is required to secure a booking. Deposits will be retained if guests do not take up occupancy (see note below regarding cancellations). We will confirm the booking when we receive your debit/credit card details and have processed the deposit payment. The remaining balance needs to be paid in full before your departure by one of the following methods: Major Debit or Credit Card (not American Express or Diners Club) Cash Cheque. Please note that your deposit is not refundable under any circumstances. We would recommend that you take out cancellation insurance to cover this cost. Cancellation by You: A reservation forms a legal contract for the total cost of the booking. In the event of cancellation by you for any reason less than 72 hours before 16:00hrs on the booked arrival date the total cost of the stay will become payable. In the event of cancellation by you more than 72 hours before 16:00hrs on the booked arrival date it may be possible to transfer the deposit to a future booking. Please note that non arrival constitutes a cancellation. If we succeed in re
Built in a bygone era of the 1800 s as a gentleman s country residence. Bryn Artro Country House is a fine example of Victorian architecture. Bryn Arto Country House dates back to the days of the s ...more
Built in a bygone era of the 1800 s as a gentleman s country residence. Bryn Artro Country House is a fine example of Victorian architecture. Bryn Arto Country House dates back to the days of the stagecoach travelling over uneven roads from villages to towns dropping off weary travellers for a welcome rest in comfortable surroundings. A warm welcome in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. A first class restaurant and a well stocked bar where private functions and corporate events can be catered for. The greatest care has been taken to make the rooms very warm and welcoming. All rooms are finely decorated to a high standard and furnished with hand picked original pieces of furniture. In the immediate vicinity are beaches castles mountain walks adventure activities pony trekking fishing golfing and narrow gauge railways. All this combined with the wonderful Welsh scenery will make your holiday in Wales unforgettable. We are happy to advise on activities places to visit and help with directions and bookings. We can organise stay and play golfing holidays in conjunction with Royal St David s Golf Course please contact us for more details. Our unique exquisite candle-lit restaurant offers you a wide range of meats and fish from around the world. Our talented two rosette Chef Steve has specialised in fine cuisine for over 25 years in the restaurant industry and has influenced its menu with a twist of French cuisine. First class service first class food - nothing less will do! We can also arrange fantastic activity breaks - abseiling canyoning canoeing mountain biking and also great walks in and out of the area from easy strolling to the tough-going.
Dolffanog Fach is a beautiful 17th Century farmhouse situated at the foot of the magnificent Cadair Idris on the edge of Talyllyn Lake.
We have 4 lovely bedrooms stocked with homemade biscuits, fres ...more
Dolffanog Fach is a beautiful 17th Century farmhouse situated at the foot of the magnificent Cadair Idris on the edge of Talyllyn Lake.
We have 4 lovely bedrooms stocked with homemade biscuits, fresh milk and ground coffee. Our breakfasts are wonderful!
With a magnificent location, surrounded by the stunning natural beauty and dramatic scenery of the Snowdonia National Park, the Tynycornel Hotel looks out over its own 222-acre fishing lake.
A warm welcome awaits you and we look forward to meeting you at Snowdonia Coast View holiday apartment. Plas Y Bryn Hall a large detached Gentlemans Residence set in 1.5 acres of grounds enjoys mag ...more
A warm welcome awaits you and we look forward to meeting you at Snowdonia Coast View holiday apartment. Plas Y Bryn Hall a large detached Gentlemans Residence set in 1.5 acres of grounds enjoys magnificent views over Cardigan Bay towards the Llyn Peninsula and where the sunsets are not to be missed! An unusual and very spacious self catering apartment is completely self-contained with it s own private entrance at ground level together with private courtyard style area and bistro table/chairs. Guests are more than welcome to use the grounds but care should be taken as it s a natural mature garden and can be slippery. Plas Y Bryn Hall is on the outskirts of Llanbedr on the coast within the Snowdonia National Park. Llanbedr has two Inns and shops to meet your needs all within walking distance of the Apartment. We are situated on the A496 coast road between Barmouth and Harlech we have ample covered car parking together with bike storage. Llanbedr sits at the mouth of the River Artro is unspoilt and where mountains meet the sea. The area boasts some of the most breathtaking scenery and walks in the country. You ll find mile after mile of uncrowded golden sands at local beaches all within ten minutes drive. Harlech 3 miles north is a World Heritage Site with it s famous castle and The Royal St. David s Golf Course. It also has award winning tea/coffee shops and a good selection of restaurants catering for all tastes. Portmeirion the Ffestiniog Railway and Mount Snowdon are but a short drive away. The Apartment comprises: Covered entrance porch with stairs to first floor: Kitchen/dinner is a good size with electric cooker fridge microwave table/chairs and well equiped. Welcome pack of tea/filter coffee milk and biscuits. Views towards Pensarn Harbour Cardigan Bay and Mt.Snowdon in the distance. Stairs to second floor the oriel window gives views towards Pensarn Harbour and Mt.Snowdon in the distance. Sitting Room is a spacious bright unusual loft style room with relaxing sofa and chairs together with large t.v. Superb views towards Pensarn Harbour Cardigan Bay and the Llyn Peninsula with it s Rival mountain range. Bedroom a very large bright loft style room with double bed and duvet also a relaxed sitting area. Superb views towards Pensarn Harbour Cardigan Bay and the Llyn Peninsula. Bathroom an unusual room with three piece suite and hand held shower. Towels provided. Guests are welcome to use the gardens and deck seating areas but are asked to take care. The gardens are natural contain uneven areas and prominent rocks ect.
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.