Barmouth Beach A day at the Seaside
Visit one of the most picturesque resorts on the Welsh coast.
A 20 min drive from the log cabin brings you to the seaside town of Barmouth. Barmouth is surrounded by the unrivalled splendour of the Snowdonia National Park. There are few places in Britain that can match such a combination of unspoilt beauty. A traditional seaside resort, Barmouth is ideal for family holidays with miles of unbroken golden sands, lapped by the safe blue flag paddling and bathing waters of Cardigan Bay.
The harbour is very pretty with fishing and pleasure boats and a ferry will take you across to fairbourne.
The vast beach is never overcrowded and there is always plenty of room for a game of beach cricket, rounders or sand castle building. A ‘land train’ runs the length of the promenade and traditional donkey rides, swing boats and amusement arcades provide fun for all ages.
Other Barmouth Attractions
Barmouth also has a market once a week. Barmouth enjoys a remarkably mild climate which makes it an ideal location for out of season visits at any time of the year. The area can be especially attractive during Winter. Southern Snowdonia is a mecca for the rambler who will find a host of new and delightful experiences within easy reach of Barmouth. Follow disused railway lines, old miners’ and drovers’ trails or enjoy forays in the nearby forests. Explore hidden valleys, wild open moorland, lakes and mountains. For the more adventurous, climb Cader Idris or follow the Cambrian Way into the Rhinogs.