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Recent changes to Corona Virus restrictions have been put in place in many counties in Wales. Barmouth is in Gwynedd which is currently open, however, some of the adjacent counties are in lock-down so can not be visited for days out. It is permitted to travel through locked down countries to get to your destination if there is no sensible alternative, but not to stop. Please check the Welsh Government website for up to date information. Remember in all places "Hands, Face, Space" applies.

If you have a holiday booked and want further information please contact your accommodation provider directly. 

Cafes, restaurants and pubs are open but many require booking to maintain social distance and track and trace information. Please contact individual businesses to find out when they will be open. A full list of Barmouth businesses and their opening times is available and being constantly updated.

Be Kind

Be Considerate

Together we'll keep Barmouth safe.

Barmouth, where the Mountains meet the Sea has been welcoming visitors for over 150 years. Now we want to welcome you to discover the area, the people, the scenery and to relax, chill out and rediscover yourself.

The sunsets are amazing. The town is on the west coast of Wales, looking out onto Cardigan Bay, in the southern part of Snowdonia. So if you are looking for the outdoors - walking, cycling, paddleboarding, kayaking, paddling in the sea or building sandcastles then Barmouth is the perfect centre. 

Barmouth's history can be explored via the Heritage Trail, and visiting the two museums. There is a wide range of independent shops, cafes. pubs and restaurants, so a day can be spent browsing, dipping in and out of shops with regular coffee stops, and maybe an ice cream on the harbour watching the boats and seagulls.

From Barmouth there are many places you can go for a day out. You can explore slate mines, travel on heritage steam trains, visit castles, gardens and prehistoric monuments.

Whether you are here for a night, a weekend, a week or longer, there are many places to stay for all budgets and tastes. Remember if you book direct then more of your money stays in Barmouth supporting the place you love to visit.

Bendi-gedig Barmouth
Fairbourne Railway Barmouth
King Arthur's Labyrinth Barmouth
Talyllyn Railway

 If you are planning a visit and would like a copy of the Town Guide posted to you, please click here..

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Et Cetera Barmouth
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Pieces for Places Barmouth
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Wilderness Wool and Cafe Harlech
Norbar Barmouth

Information Point at Barmouth Station

Sunnysands Caravans Barmouth


Caravan Park

Dyffryn Seaside Estate Barmouth

Dyffryn Seaside Estate

Camping & Holiday Park

Bryn Melyn Barmouth

Bryn Melyn Apartments

Self Catering

Sykes Cottages Barmouth

Sykes Cottages

Self Catering Agency

Trawsdir Barmouth


Touring and Camping

Parc Caerelwan Barmouth

Parc Caerelwen

Holiday Park

Hendre Coed Isaf Barmouth

Hendre Coed Isaf

Holiday Park

Lounge Holidays Self Catering Agency Barmouth

Lounge Holidays

Self Catering Agency

Penbryn Mynach Barmouth

Penbryn Mynach

Self Catering

Tyddyn Goronwy Barns Barmouth

Tyddyn Goronwy Barns

Self Catering

Tyddyn Goronwy House Barmouth

Tyddyn Goronwy House

Self Catering

Hendre Mynach Barmouth

Hendre Mynach

Touring and Camping


Wales Cottage Holidays

Self Catering Agency

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