Under the Coronavirus regulations travel restrictions have been removed, shops and self-contained accommodation can open. Cafes, restaurants and pubs can serve in outdoor areas and for Take Away. 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.
Please be aware that government restrictions still state travel by train is for essential reasons only.
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.
If you are planning a visit and would like a copy of the Town Guide posted to you, please click here..
Information Point at Barmouth Station
Camping & Holiday Park