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Highlights in Barmouth
- Lovely countryside
- Clean, sandy beaches
- Traditional pubs
- Amazing mountain biking
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Cottages in Barmouth
Barmouth is a traditional Welsh seaside town that offers wide family-friendly beaches and all sorts of fun activities for visitors of all ages. The town is also a great base for nature lovers, as it is on the doorstep of some of the country’s most celebrated mountainous landscapes. Explore the town and surrounding area from a cottage located on the coast with a sea view. Look north of the town for the best sandy beaches, and south for cliff walks. Or how about a cottage right in the heart of the charming town centre?!Story-book beautiful cottages
The cottages in and around Barmouth are bursting with character. Built from traditional Welsh grey brick, they tick all the story-book boxes you could imagine. Designed to give a feeling of space and lightness, large bay windows and high ceilings looking out onto well-kept lawns and beautiful hedgerows. Enjoy an al fresco summertime meal overlooking the magical natural landscapes of Barmouth and feel the holiday time breeze rustle through your hair.
Travellers and activities
If you have a car, Barmouth is an ideal base for trips out. Take the stunning 45-minute drive down the coast to Porthmadog. This is where one of the most popular attractions in Wales embarks, the Welsh Highlands Steam Train, which takes you on a journey you will never forget through the ethereal landscapes of Snowdonia National Park. Another popular day trip from Barmouth is Portmeirion, an enchanting Italianate style village where you can explore gardens containing sub-tropical flora and delightful architecture.Barmouth for pub lovers
Fan of the traditional British pub?! Then Barmouth is the right place for you! The town boasts several olde worlde pubs to choose from. The Last Inn has been in business for over 500 years and is hugely popular among the locals. The characterful interior boasts traditional inglenooks and even a natural spring cascade! Ysgethin Inn is your summertime option, with a lovely beer garden overlooking the estuary. It also boasts an unparalleled range of beers and arguable the juiciest steak and ale pie in Wales!Barmouth for British fish and chips
The British seaside and fish and chips are one and the same – one is not itself without the other. Wrapped and fried in golden batter then laden with salt and malt vinegar, it’s no wonder this has been the country’s favourite dish for centuries! Harbour Fish Bar is Barmouth’s most popular fish and chips restaurant, known throughout the region as the best. You can look forward to welcoming staff, huge portions, and piping hot and succulently delicious fish and chips eaten to a backdrop of the croons of seagulls and crashing waves!
„Famous British author William Wordsworth holidayed in Barmouth, where he wrote: “With a fine sea view in front and the mountains behind, Barmouth can always hold its own against any rival!”“
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The town’s harbour is a nice place to simply slow down, and hang out at your leisure, whilst browsing its myriad restaurants, cafes, fish and chips shops and ice-cream parlours. And the views from the harbour across to the sea and mountains are no less delicious as its culinary offerings!2. Experience a unique bouncy attraction
Bounce presents a fun-fuelled unique day out. Huge trampolines have been strung across a ginormous cave, creating an attraction unlike anywhere else in the UK. Suitable for children of all ages and adults alike!3. Sweet tooths beware!
Sweet tooths beware – the chance of you walking past Knickerbocker Glory in Barmouth without going in is zero! Colourful lollipops and every kind of candy in the world await your uncontrolled consumption!4. Take your kids to Gypsy Wood Park
Gypsy Wood Park is a magical concoction of fairies, farmyard animals and beautiful woodland, all awaiting your exploration. This is one of the highest rated family days out in the region, so if you are here just for the weekend, make it your destination of choice!5. Bike some of the country’s most thrilling mountain trails
The forests of Coed Y Brenin just inland from Barmouth are home to a profusion of mountain trails that are known countrywide by biking enthusiasts. Whether you are a beginner mountain biker or a professional, there is something here for you, and there are several outlets where you can rent equipment if you don’t have your own.6. Traverse Barmouth's most prominent landmark
You are likely to experience Barmouth's most prominent landmark when you first drive into town. Spanning 700 metres of the Mawddach Estuary, it is the longest wooden viaduct in the UK and a real piece of history.7. Take part in Barmouth’s annual hiking festival
The Barmouth Walking Festival is a 10-day event held every year to promote walking and a healthy lifestyle. Choose the walks from its extensive programme of hikes that best suit your fitness and explore the enticing natural surroundings of Barmouth while making like minded friends!
FAQs: Cottages in Barmouth
Which types of amenities are available in the cottages in Barmouth?
In terms of the facilities offered by Holidu, it appears that the cottages in Barmouth have everything that travellers dream of! Here, the cottages generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (93%), garden (50%), and view (40%)...Not bad, right?
How do travellers usually rate cottages in Barmouth?
On average, the cottages have rather positive comments. Last year's data reveals that 27% of cottages have a rating of 4.5 stars. A ratio quite high which allows us to confirm that there are many that are very enjoyable and will be the perfect choice for your next holiday.
Are the cottages in Barmouth suitable for holidays with children?
Judging by the Holidu database, 17% of cottages in Barmouth are child-friendly, so you won't have a problem finding the ideal cottage for you and your children.
Are the cottages in Barmouth suitable for holiday-makers and their pets?
Of course! In Barmouth, 63% of the cottages accept pets, 50% also have a garden!
Do the cottages in Barmouth often have Wi-Fi?
Certainly! According to last year's data, 93% of cottages in Barmouth have Wi-Fi. So don't panic, you will be able to access your emails and favourite social media sites at any time!
What are the prices like for cottages in Barmouth?
Most of the cottages in Barmouth (87%) cost less than £100 a night. Therefore, this destination is perfect for reserving an affordable cottage!
Do the cottages in Barmouth generally come equipped with a fireplace?
Of course! According to Holidu's data, a lot of cottages in Barmouth are equipped with a fireplace. This is the destination you need to head to during the winter months!
Are the cottages in Barmouth suitable for trips in large groups or better for a weekend break as a couple?
According to Holidu's data, 63% of cottages are perfect for families with up to four people. Approximately 70% of the cottages here include at least two separate bedrooms. Barmouth is the perfect destination for going in a small group on holiday!