Just 200 yards from Barmouth’s beach, this quirky property is a great base from which to explore coastal resorts, castles and mountains.. Ground Floor:
2 steps to entrance.
Lower Ground Floor:
Utility room: With washing machine.
Steep stairs to...
Open plan living space: With tiled floor.
Living area: With 28" Freeview TV.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, gas hob, microwave and fridge.
Bedroom: With double bed.
Shower room: With shower cubicle, toilet and heated towel rail.. Underfloor central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. . Roof terrace with sitting-out area. Parking permit for 1 car included (£50 security deposit required, £30 refunded after holiday); additional public car park at cost. No smoking. . This quirky, semi-detached property is situated right in the heart of the seaside town of Barmouth, on the shores of the Cardigan Bay coast. There is a lovely open plan living area with a separate bedroom and shower room, whilst a staircase leads up to a roof terrace, great for relaxing on with a glass of wine. You can stroll along the sandy beach or wander along to one of the many cafés and pubs in town. Take a walk or a bike over the famous Barmouth Bridge and explore the Mawddach Trail, a level route which follows the trackbed of the old railway line to Dolgellau. From Barmouth, you can also hop on board a train on the Cambrian Coast line between Machynlleth and Pwllheli for one of the most spectacular coastal railway journeys in the UK, or catch a ferry over the mouth of the river and take a trip on a little steam train on the Fairbourne Railway.
To the north, the sandy beaches stretch for miles, and at Harlech you will find the mighty castle built by Edward I (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) brooding over the little town. A little further on at Blaenau Ffestiniog, you can experience Europe’s largest zip wire zone as you fly over an old slate quarry at Zip World Titan, or try a spot of underground trampolining in a slate cavern at Bounce Below – great fun! The mountains of the Snowdonia National Park are just waiting to be explored, and you can be in the hills within a few minutes. Take time out to visit some of the local towns and villages too. Dolgellau with its range of individual shops, Penmaenpool and its delightful toll bridge, Llwyngwril with an annual yarnbombing festival, and Tywyn, home to the famous Talyllyn Railway. Beach 200 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 100 yards.
There are 2 steps to the entrance. Steep stairs to the lower level.
Parking permit for 1 car. (£50 per visit. £30 will be returned after stay); additional public car park at cost.
1 dog allowed, no cats or other animals accepted.