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Featuring a bar, The Tilman is located in Barmouth. At the hotel, rooms have a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. All units at The Tilman include air conditioning and a wardrobe. The towel rail in the bathroom didn't heat up. We reported that perhaps a fuse may have gone as we checked out. The response was very apologetic and they said they would get it looked at straight away.
Allibella Shepherds Hut is located in Barmouth and has barbecue facilities and a garden. All rooms boast a kitchen and a private bathroom. Rooms come with a terrace with sea views. Lovely property, clean ,compact but has everything you need . Hosts made themselves know but gave us lots of privacy . Very close to Barmouth and lots of other lovely places in North Wales . Views to die for !
Offering a bar and en suite accommodation, Tal Y Don Hotel is located in the heart of the small seaside town of Barmouth, in Gwynedd, North Wales. I have stayed here many times with my grandkids.and will do again.first class.
This coastal hotel offers free parking and a spectacular location in Barmouth. There is a restaurant, a garden, and striking views. The views were outstanding,staff very friendly and helpfull,had a evening meal and all home cooked, very reasonable costs both for the drinks and food ,would use again and would recommend to anyone
Situated in the picturesque seaside town of Barmouth, lying on the estuary of the River Mawddach and Cardigan Bay, Min y Mor Hotel boasts an enviable location by the sea. Location was superb on the sea front. Great bar serving good food with pool table and dartboard. Will return for biking holiday again
This impressive Victorian building has a splendid cliff-top location with stunning views of Cardigan Bay. It offers free parking and a restaurant, and is less than a mile from Barmouth’s centre. The atmosphere was great,Staff were so helpful.
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On average, it costs £72 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Barmouth for tonight. You'll pay on average around £89 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Barmouth will cost around £345 (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Barmouth cost £78 per night, and 4-star hotels in Barmouth are £94 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Barmouth can on average be found for £168 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
Being January not all the shops and cafes were open but there were some interesting looking ones. The original factory shop had some great bargains, e.g. high quality winter coats, and I got a great leather belt. The beach and dunes looked looked great but it was too cold to explore.
I love Barmouth and have been visiting for many years. The only disappointment for me was the amount of dog mess on the paths etc. They are very dog friendly but really need to get this problem under control as I felt like it was everywhere I walked. :-(
i have always had family here so i visit barmouth 3/4 times a year. the place is gorgeous, calming, always makes me feel like i am getting closer to nature. beautiful beach or mountain walkz, best fish and chips in the UK and the most friendliest locals. great fun fair for kids and arcades, lovely pubs too. what more could you want from a beautiful welsh costal village
Barmouth has something for everyone. Excellent beaches for families, well placed for those who wish to be active. It’s generally dog friendly, too! We ate in the Belle Vue cafe and its sister cafe Murray’s, both on King Edward Street. Both are super clean and offer a really good selection of snacks, cakes and hot meals.
Barmouth is perfect for short break, ticks all the boxes. Eveything in close proximity to train station. Scenic route via train or car. Lots of great walking opprtunties. Beach is great. Nice pubs and cafes and good choice of places to eat. A number of Independent shops selling quirky gifts.
We went out of season so I've no idea how different it is in the summer . The views are absolutely stunning, there are plenty of walks in any direction abd the beaches are lovely.. The locals were really friendly and the town was nice. The old town houses are fascinating. The blue lake is apparebtly worth a look though we ran out of time this time. Bradshaw's Cafe was good. We walked across the railway bridge in the winter sun- beautiful!
8.6 Fabulous 612 reviews
Fabulous stay, we wanted a break from London life and this was perfect. The view was amazing, the rooms comfortable and clean and the staff were great! The grounds were also lovely and peaceful. It was a short walk down to the Barmouth harbour and seafront which is gorgeous. The old town is sweet and the restaurants mostly very good, I would book ahead during busy periods though. We would thoroughly recommend this hotel and Barmouth. Great breakfast too😊
8.3 Very good 482 reviews
Last minute booking after washout at camping. Warm welcome with short notice got room ready early so we could dry out. Very attentive owners who try to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Great breakfast with offer of extra tea or toast without any prompting. Location superb facing sea close to town. Highly recommended for a cheap but clean and welcoming B&B.
9.7 Exceptional 183 reviews
Richmond bnb is a perfect place to stay in Barmouth, the rooms are spacious and clean with a huge bathroom. The owners were a lovely couple who were always friendly and made us feel welcome. The breakfast was absolutely amazing and a good portion size. I would definitely recommend this bnb and we would 100% stay there again.
9.7 Exceptional 107 reviews
The couple who own the B&B were very friendly and helpful. They even helped us to take our heavy luggage from the car. The location is great -- close to Barmouth and Snowdonia. The scenery nearby is breathtaking. Breakfast was very tasty. Overall, we really enjoyed our stay.
9.3 Superb 207 reviews
Karen and Ken were lovely, the hotel had a very homely feel to it. The room was lovely and the breakfast was great, they got gluten free sausages and bread in for me which I really appreciated! Me and my boyfriend loved it and will be booking again next time were in Barmouth.
8.3 Very good 210 reviews
Although breakfast was not available at the hotel, there was guidance in the entrance as to where to find good breakfasts. Lovely imposing older building, very handy for the beach and for the centre of town. We made good use of the kettle and tea/coffee in the room.
8.7 Fabulous 558 reviews
It was cool to stay in a Castle built in The 1800s. The staff were very attentive & helpful. It would be perfect for a romantic get away. To just lounge & relax. You have everything you need there.
9.3 Superb 222 reviews
Great location overlooking to Estuary and with easy walking distance into Barmouth for all your facilities. Great breakfast and a nice bed and friendly staff. Car parking also was not a problem
9.3 Superb 78 reviews
Very central location with a lovely views. The rooms are very comfortable, clean and inviting. Our hosts were very helpful and friendly. Highly recommend it as a place to stay.
9.8 Exceptional 470 reviews
Everything about the hotel is prefect. For this reason whenever we are in Barmouth this is the place we stay. Thank you yet again for a wonderful experience. See you again soon
8.8 Fabulous 363 reviews
Claudia was a very gracious host. The B&B was nicely placed in town with good off street parking. Comfortable room and delicious scones for breakfast.
8.1 Very good 372 reviews
Excellent food, very comfy and quiet room with nice sea views. Staff were very friendly. Will certainly return to stay here again when next in Barmouth.
8.7 Fabulous 272 reviews
friendly owners Karen and Steve great breakfast, great walking, cheap weekend break. for a no frills stay you can't go wrong recommended
8.4 Very good 153 reviews
Beautiful place, so close to the beach, mountains around, amazing old city. Hotel dogs friendly, Great personnel and food
9.5 Exceptional 31 reviews
Sea views, walking distance to beach and town, open plan living area, dogs welcome
9.6 Exceptional 558 reviews
Beautifully renovated hotel , staff were amazing. Great stay
8.7 Fabulous 76 reviews
Me and my wife were down wales glamping but decided to stay an extra night so found b&b on booking.com arrived at property and was overwhelmed how nice it was the view is also something else room was very clean and shower was amazing loved sitting in the garden on the benches and watch the sea and the sun go down absolutely loved it 10 out of ten from me 👍
8.7 Fabulous 116 reviews
Great location. Very clean and comfortable. Staff very nice. Very kid friendly. Will definitely be returning again
9.4 Superb 219 reviews
Very comfortable bed & room, beautiful view of coast, excellent breakfast & plenty of it.
8.1 Very good 10 reviews
The deputy manager was great. Was very helpfull. Great time.