Coastal Cottage in Barmouth, North Wales | Beudy Taicroesion
1-2 guests: 20% minimum of 7 nights (off season only)
Coastal Cottage in Barmouth, North Wales
If blue flag beaches, unforgettable walks between mountain and sea and a round of golf with castle and sea views is your idea of a holiday in Wales then this is the cottage for you. 5 minutes walk from a golden beach, this beautiful North Wales cottage is ideally located for peace and quiet whilst within walking distance of Barmouth for shopping, food and a little flutter at the arcades.
Bring your bikes for great mountain biking nearby, or, for a more relaxing day out, catch a ferry from Barmouth to Fairbourne, take a trip on the Fairbourne steam railway or pop up the road for a day out at the Italian village of Portmeirion. After an eventful day out, spend the evening watching the sunset at the end of the garden.
This well-equipped cottage has a modern fitted kitchen (including microwave and fridge freezer) and a dining area for four.
Comfortable bedrooms with garden views - one double and one twin bedroom.
Bathroom/WC with shower over bath.
A beautiful, spacious lounge area with a sloping beamed ceiling and amazing sea views. TV (Freeview), DVD & Radio/CD provided.
Garden with patio, furniture and barbecue set. A wonderful setting to enjoy the countryside and sea views.
- Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Milk and a Cake on your arrival.
- Bed linen, towels and hairdryer included
- Oil Central Heating and Electricity included
- Cot, high chair and stair-gate can be provided on request. Please bring your own bedding for the cot.
- Shared laundry room with auto wm and t/dryer in a separate building on site.
- Books, games and information about things to do locally at the cottage.
- No pets or smoking
- Free parking
|Ideal location for a week's walking from Porthmadog to Borth on the WCP, using the train for shuttles. Spotlessly clean cottage.
Bistro Bermo - lovely little restaurant in the centre of Barmouth with well-deserved reputation. Book before you go.
|Steve from Oxford, Oct 2016
|Excellent and friendly owners.|
|Couple from Bishops Stortford, Jul 2016
|Delightful stone barn cottage with garden and views to the sea. Friendly owners and lots of information provided about locality and further afield.
Recommendations - Portmeirion worth a visit. Mawddach Trail - catch ferry from Barmouth to Fairbourne, walk to Mawddach Trail as far as you like, then back across 1 mile long railway bridge spanning estuary with fantastic views. In Barmouth, seek out the Old Town, cobbled paths and steps and quaint houses higgeldy piggeldy with views across estuary.
|Couple from Powys, Jun 2016
|Very clean, well equipped cottage.
We were made very welcome by the owners. Don't miss a visit toPorthmadog steam train, Harlech Castle and Penrhyn castle.
|Family from Buckinghamshire , Apr 2016
|Lovely cottage, well laid out and great setting
Visit Shell Island (check tide times for access across causeway)
|Family from Sale, Mar 2016
This detached self catering cottage is located in Llanaber, 1 mile from Barmouth on the North Wales coast and just a 5 minute walk to an amazing blue flag beach. Conveniently close to Barmouth (shops, restaurants etc), the cottage also benefits from having one foot in the countryside, with walks leading to the hills from the doorstep.
And then you have Mawddach Way, including the beautiful Barmouth Bridge crossing that can be joined 1 mile away. It has been said that there is "no better walk than from Barmouth through to Dolgellau other than from Dolgellau to Barmouth". The views of the Snowdonia mountains sweeping down to the Mawddach estuary are phenomenal, an experience not to be missed, especially at sunset.
10 miles north along the coast is the picturesque village of Harlech with its nationally and internationally renowned golf course in a breathtaking setting, dominated by the brooding presence of Harlech Castle. For keen mountain bikers, the world renowned Coed y Brenin mountain biking centre is also nearby.
The ferry crossing from Barmouth to Fairbourne and the steam train at Fairbourne offers another great day out, just minutes from Beudy Taicroesion cottage. If you have time, the Italian village of Portmeirion is also worth a visit and with Snowdonia National Park being so close, a walk to the top of Snowdon could well be on the cards.
Barmouth Beach – sandy beach with Blue Flag award. 1 mile
Fairbourne Beach – sandy beach. 3 miles (via ferry or steam train crossing)
Morfa Dyffryn – sandy beach and sand dunes. 5 miles
Harlech Beach – sandy beach. 9 miles
Panorama Walk – Barmouth - suitable for all ages. 1 mile from cottage.
The Mawddach Trail – Barmouth - suitable for all ages – walkers, cyclists and wheelchair users. 1 mile
Y Llethr and Diffwys summits – Dyffryn Ardudwy – moderate / hard walk. 4 miles from cottage.
New Precipice Walk – Llanelltyd - suitable for all ages. 9 miles from cottage.
Cadair Idris (Snowdonia mountain) – 3 main routes, the nearest being Dolgellau (11 miles) and Minffordd (18 miles).
The Mawddach Trail – As mentioned above. 1 mile
Coed-y-Brenin Mountain Biking Centre – Suitable routes for all ages. 14 miles
Sea fishing boat trips from Barmouth. 1 mile
Read more about the range of opportunities to go fishing in the area – suitable options for all ages.
Harlech Golf Club – Royal St. David’s – 18 hole golf course. 9 miles
Dolgellau Golf Club – 9 hole golf course. 11 miles
Bwlchgwyn Farm Pony Trekking Centre - suitable for anyone over 4yrs. 2 miles by ferry or steam train (April – September + half terms), 14 miles by road.
TestimonialsIdeal location for a week's walking from Porthmadog to Borth on the WCP, using the train for shuttles. Spotlessly clean cottage.
Bistro Bermo - lovely little restaurant in the centre of Barmouth with well-deserved reputation. Book before you go.Steve from Oxford, Oct 2016Excellent and friendly owners.Couple from Bishops Stortford, Jul 2016Delightful stone barn cottage with garden and views to the sea. Friendly owners and lots of information provided about locality and further afield.
Recommendations - Portmeirion worth a visit. Mawddach Trail - catch ferry from Barmouth to Fairbourne, walk to Mawddach Trail as far as you like, then back across 1 mile long railway bridge spanning estuary with fantastic views. In Barmouth, seek out the Old Town, cobbled paths and steps and quaint houses higgeldy piggeldy with views across estuary.Couple from Powys, Jun 2016Very clean, well equipped cottage.
We were made very welcome by the owners. Don't miss a visit toPorthmadog steam train, Harlech Castle and Penrhyn castle.Family from Buckinghamshire , Apr 2016Lovely cottage, well laid out and great setting
Visit Shell Island (check tide times for access across causeway)Family from Sale, Mar 2016
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A charming coastal cottage, the place where memories are made. 5 minutes walk from a blue flag beach, magical gardens overlooking the sea, scenic estuary walks and a perfect location to take advantage of all the attractions along the North Wales coast. Stroll along the prom to the shops/restaurants at Barmouth, enjoy the steam trains and ferry boat trips or visit local castles. Close to Snowdonia National Park.