Welcome to Barmouth

BARMOUTH TOWN; Located 1.5m from the park, on the coast of North Wales with a long sandy beach and a picturesque harbour Barmouth is the perfect destination for seaside holidays, walking and outdoor activity breaks for fresh air getaways at any time of the year.

You need not travel far to enjoy some of Wales’ exciting tourist activities. You could do some Dolphin spotting from the comfort of your own holiday home. Click the following link to see some Dolphins spotted in  Barmouth Bay http://www.youtube.com/v/CwNCHvXHfQE

Barmouth beach boasts the Blue flag a prestigious award for having the highest quality in water, safety and enviromental management and is indeed a low cost family fun day out.

Barmouth harbour proudly houses a commemorative slate plaque for the Heroic actions of Harold Lowe, 5th Officer on board the RMS Titanic a former resident of Barmouth.

In April 1912, 5th Officer Lowe dispersed the occupants of his lifeboat among the other lifeboats, and rowed back towards the sinking ship, managing to rescue 4 people still alive in the water (BBC News 18.08.10) 

The old town of Barmouth is well worth a visit with it’s steep steps and slate roofed cottages on the side of the mountain. The harbour is beautiful and you can walk across the spectacular Barmouth Bridge spanning the Estuary which is the perfect evening stroll.


Snowdonia national park is a spectacular area of Beaches, Lakes, Countryside and Mountains all on our doorstep. The closest being the amazing Mawddach Estuary.


The scenic Mawddach trail runs between Barmouth and Dolgellau below the foothill of Cadair Idris. The trail follows the course of the old railway line from Barmouth to Ruabon which was open between 1869 and 1965 and was popular with Victorian holiday makers visiting the fashionable resort of Barmouth. Once a shipbuilding centre, the estuary is now rich in bird life and you’ll pass two RSPB reserves- Mawddach Valley and Arthog Bog. At the mouth of the estuary you cross a wooden bridge which carries the railway line, pedestrian and cyclists into the seaside resort of Barmouth.

Running alongside the Mawddach trail on top of the mountains is the famous Panorama walk, click on the link below for more information and a free guide/GPS route


For Cader Idris check out


For many other National park walks visit


Or why not have a leisurely stroll around the harbour and catch the ferry to Fairbourne to enjoy the Beach, views and even more walks and hikes.



Mountain Biking and Fishing

The area is very popular for the mountain bike trails and fishing facilities click on the links below for more info



For Sea fishing there are charters available also pleasure cruises on the links below




There are many golf courses in the area including the famous St Davids links course and the spectacular Dolgellau course with mountain backdrops and estuary views considered to be one of the most beautiful in Wales.





Once built to carry slate there are numerous narrow gauge steam railways, all within easy reach of our caravan park, so you can enjoy the majestic Welsh countryside please visit :-





Days out with the kids

The kid’s will never be bored if you come and stay with us, our games room, playground and in peak season the swimming pool will keep them entertained, but for those days out there are so many within close proximity you will be spoilt for choice just click on the links below.

Child friendly pony trekking www.bwlchgwgnfarm.co.uk

Anglesy Sea Zoo www.angleseyseazoo.co.uk

Go ape tree top adventure  www.goape.co.uk

King Arthur’s Labyrinth www.kingarthurslabyrinth.co.uk

There are many more on www.star-attractions.co.uk/attractions/attractions.htm

We have hundreds of leaflets on site and many have discounts/vouchers so please check before your planned outing.