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Bae Abermaw Boutique B&B, hotel in Barmouth

This coastal hotel offers free parking and a spectacular location in Barmouth. There is a bar, a garden, and striking views.

Clean, modern, easy access, great facilities.
9.2
Scored 9.2
Superb
Rated superb
698 reviews
Price from£250per night
Tal Y Don Hotel, hotel in Barmouth

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.

Location great. Friendly staff
8.3
Scored 8.3
Very good
Rated very good
609 reviews
Price from£108per night
Min y Mor Hotel, hotel in Barmouth

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.

Breakfast was excellent, as were all the staff. The location and the facilities were also great, will be bringing my dog the ext time.
7.2
Scored 7.2
Good
Rated good
336 reviews
Price from£115per night
The Tilman, hotel in Barmouth

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.

Clean, modern excellent location
9.3
Scored 9.3
Superb
Rated superb
911 reviews
Price from£129.87per night
The Fanny Talbot, hotel in Barmouth

Set in Barmouth and with Barmouth Beach reachable within 400 metres, The Fanny Talbot offers a restaurant, non-smoking rooms, free WiFi throughout the property and a bar.

Exceptionally clean, free private parking,,the fanny Talbot had been renovated a year ago but the decoration, carpets bathroom were just like I was the first person in the room!! The young man showed us to our room and explained all of the facilities in the room which was a nice touch.in the centre of the small town, close to shops,beach and some lovely walks
9.4
Scored 9.4
Superb
Rated superb
109 reviews
Price from£140per night
Tyr Graig Castle, hotel in Barmouth

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.

Breakfast was good..
8.5
Scored 8.5
Very good
Rated very good
862 reviews
Price from£115per night
The Sandbanks, hotel in Barmouth

Located in Barmouth and with Barmouth Beach reachable within a few steps, The Sandbanks provides a shared lounge, non-smoking rooms, free WiFi and a bar.

Loved the staff, very friendly and went out of way to accommodate and feel special, balloonsand cake for daughters birthday. Food very good and very reasonably priced. Great stay, looking forward to next stay.
7.4
Scored 7.4
Good
Rated good
749 reviews
Price from£95per night
The Royal, hotel in Barmouth

Set in Barmouth, The Royal is a historic bed and breakfast that offers free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a garden and a terrace.

Good breakfast, friendly staff, lovely bright and clean room
9.0
Scored 9.0
Superb
Rated superb
1,853 reviews
Price from£90per night
Bluebells guest house, hotel in Barmouth

Located on the beachfront in Barmouth and featuring a terrace, Bluebells guest house has free WiFi throughout the property. All units in the guest house are equipped with a kettle.

Ann made us feel very welcome when we arrived. She's a good host and clearly takes pride in the services she's providing. We were happy to be there, so happy in fact that we volunteered to swap a nice room we had with a downgrade so that an older couple who were struggling to get up the endless stairs would have a bit more ease. We were pretty happy until the end of our stay when Ann's husband Bryn trashed all the good work she does and really soured our stay. On our penultimate morning we went down to the breakfast room. There were two other couples still eating. Ann was doing her usual good job of chatting to everyone and later Bryn came out from the back and started talking to one of the other couples. The subject was just some light conversation about football, but he very quickly managed to turn it into a rant bemoaning how all the teams now have Black players - he did the usual "I'm not a racist, but ...". One of the other couples was Black/White interracial and they heard and asked him to repeat what he said.
9.3
Scored 9.3
Superb
Rated superb
629 reviews
Price from£135.80per night
Apartment Chic, hotel in Barmouth

Apartment Chic is set in Barmouth and offers a garden. Guests staying at this apartment have access to a fully equipped kitchenette and a terrace.

Great view, comfortable furniture, beds
9.5
Scored 9.5
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
131 reviews
Price from£191.16per night
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  • Allibella Shepherds Hut, Amazing Seaview, Private garden, Pet Friendly
    9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 177 reviews

    Set in Barmouth, 2.2 km from Barmouth Beach, Allibella Shepherds Hut, Amazing Seaview, Private garden, Pet Friendly offers accommodation with a garden, free private parking and a terrace.

    Amazing place to spend a couple of days, highly recommended

  • Bae Abermaw Boutique B&B
    9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 698 reviews

    This coastal hotel offers free parking and a spectacular location in Barmouth. There is a bar, a garden, and striking views.

    Amazing staff, quality, view. Top quality comfort!

  • Tyr Graig Castle
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 862 reviews

    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 breakfast was excellent and the views were superb

  • Min y Mor Hotel
    7.2
    Scored 7.2
    Good
    Rated good
     · 336 reviews

    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.

    Cracking location for beach and on site parking great

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What guests said about Barmouth:

  • 4.0
    Scored 4.0

    WE were there for the walks in Snowdonia.

    WE were there for the walks in Snowdonia. Barmouth itself is a rather shabby looking town with funfairs and cheap eateries. There is only one good restaurant, Bistro Bermo which did us a beautiful takeaway because they have no room for dogs. The pubs locally served mainly very unhealthy food straight out of the freezer into the microwave. We did have one lovely fresh fish meal at the 'Last Inn'. The level of obesity we saw in Barmouth generally was immediately obvious and very concerning. Our hotel/B&B was on the outskirts of the town offering stupendous views of the bridge and estuary and into the harbour. It was ideally positioned for walks in Snowdonia and along the coast.
    Alison
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Seaside town, but not Blackpoolish (good point) plenty of...

    Seaside town, but not Blackpoolish (good point) plenty of choice of bars & restaurants. Not Rowdy, visited in mid April. The local people we friendly & helpful. Didn't try the beaches at this time of year. The surrounding area is stunning.
    Smudger.46
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Been visiting Barmouth area for years.

    Been visiting Barmouth area for years. Wide Sandy beaches and dunes. Barmouth is a small town with basic shops, takeaways and a good amount of pay parking. Outside of the town are lots of smaller villages, beautiful scenery including Snowdonia and castles such as Harlech. If you want a good breakfast/ fry up try the Milky Bar cafe just up from the level crossing. Never had a bad meal there in 40 years 😊👍
    A
    Anonymous
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Most guest houses seem to be on the seafront.

    Most guest houses seem to be on the seafront. The views from there are excellent. A half mile walk takes you across the railway viaduct where the view towards Dolgellau along Avon Mawddach is one of the best in Britain. To access the land on the far side of the Mawddach is best on foot, because by car it is necessary to drive either ten miles into Dolgellau or use the toll bridge at Penmaenpool, which saves only a couple of miles. The hills behind Barmouth have excellent views but involve a very steep climb. The best route up is to follow the signs to the National Trust's Dinas Oleu property. Other than that, the great attraction for Barmouth is the hill walking. All of what I've said here does depend on good visibility. Being Wales, rain and low cloud are not uncommon, but that is hardly Barmouth's fault!
    Robin
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    We've visited the last 40 odd years....a lovely seaside town...

    We've visited the last 40 odd years....a lovely seaside town with the added bonus of spectacular scenery. The Mawddach Estuary and Bridge make it for us but equally when the kids were young there was the beautiful beach and places to go crabbing. We used to cycle along the old Mawddach railway track with them in their seats on the back. Wonderful walks, lots to do and explore.
    Anne
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Barmouth is a lovely seaside town in Wales.

    Barmouth is a lovely seaside town in Wales. It is not overcrowded with activities which means it has kept some of its charm but there is plenty to do. There is a nice beach, a small funfair, a couple of amusements, donkey rides and plenty of lovely places to eat. The harbour is worth a visit and a lot of people enjoy fishing for crabs off the pier. We took a beautiful ferry ride one morning over to Fairbourne and caught a small steam train along the peninsula taking in the sprawling estuary on which Barmouth sits and it is sandwiched between the Snowdonia mountain range. A beautiful view of sea and mountains.
    Jennifer
    United Kingdom

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  • 8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 122 reviews
    The location was fantastic, central to everything. Even though it’s next door to the Barmouth pub we didn’t hear anything. Property was clean and shower amazing. Nice Christmas decor was a lovely touch. WiFi fantastic. Towels supplied very luxurious. Dryer came in handy for the rainy walk days when we got socked. Lovely selection of glasses to enjoy a nice wine/ beer. Good selection on the tv/sky. Parking permit left to use main car park on sea front.
    connor
    United Kingdom
  • From £115 per night
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 862 reviews
    Great location with excellent views especially when eating breakfast or dinner in the restaurant. Very nice, comfortable room with character and even better views over Barmouth. Food was very good, I enjoyed my full English breakfast! Hosts were very friendly and helpful and were running the hotel in a very sensible way to cater for Covid restrictions. Easy walk down in to town (although steeper on the way back!).
    Robin
    United Kingdom
  • 8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 459 reviews
    We stayed for 3 nights mid October, it was right on the beach and central to all amenities for adults and children. If we went to Barmouth again we would go back to Môr Wyn. The hotel was at the end of the parking zone so we were able to park for free at side of hotel, although I guess it you went in middle of holiday season you would find it harder to find a space.
    Carole
    United Kingdom
  • 9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 159 reviews
    The owner is very friendly and helpful, The place is very clean and comfortable and all utensils and electrical appliances supplied, towels bedding included, Beautiful outstanding views, It was based in a central location in the middle of the town which gave immediate use of shops and restaurants, Situated very close to the harbour and fantastic Sandy beach
    A
    Anonymous
    United Kingdom
  • From £95 per night
    7.4
    Scored 7.4
    Good
    Rated good
     · 749 reviews
    Lovely ,friendly staff who made time to speak and get to know you ,even though we had a short stay we were made very welcome ,breakfast was tasty and lots on the menu,we didn't have dinner in the hotel by choice but it was available..bar was open to guest and public until late .access to our rooms and the hotel whenever we wanted .Right on the sea front 🙂
    Laura
    United Kingdom
  • 9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 698 reviews
    The B&B was in a great location just on the way into Barmouth with the most amazing sea views. Really lovely place to stay! We stayed in a Double Deluxe Room with really contemporary decor and a lovely bathroom, and the most gorgeous views across the water. Staff were really friendly and the breakfast was great with lots of choice.
    Sara
    United Kingdom
  • 9.6
    Scored 9.6
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 384 reviews
    The hotel is ideally placed, just a short walk takes you into Barmouth for the shops & restaurants. The owners are fantastic - so friendly & welcoming, nothing is too much trouble. The rooms are large, clean and very comfortable, the bathroom is spacious and the shower hot. A great place to stay.
    Tracy
    United Kingdom
  • 9.1
    Scored 9.1
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 617 reviews
    Stunning views in peaceful location yet not far from town. Swimming pool and whirlpool surprisingly warm. Our kids loved it. Spotlessly clean and in perfect repair. Great facilities clear, efficient communication and complimentary bottle of wine made us feel special and valued on a budget break.
    Louise
    United Kingdom
  • 9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 159 reviews
    Great location and views. Accommodation was lovely and clean. Lovely place to stay for the weekend and so close to the town centre. Hosts were very helpful and good communication with check in details and info for the local area. Would definitely stay again if visiting Barmouth.
    Hannah
    United Kingdom
  • 9.6
    Scored 9.6
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 384 reviews
    Wonderful location and view from our room across the estuary was amazing. Marie and Kevin were so lovely and welcoming. Breakfast was so tasty and very filling. Definitely our favourite B&B and we've stayed in quite a few in Barmouth. Hopefully be back in 2024.
    Jackie
    United Kingdom
  • 8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 737 reviews
    Lovely traditional seaside hotel. Unspoiled, and in a great location for anyone visiting Barmouth. The staff were very polite, and made us feel very welcome. All followed by a great breakfast in the morning. We will definitely be coming back!!!
    john
    United Kingdom
  • 9.6
    Scored 9.6
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 112 reviews
    Excellent location, just minutes walking from beautiful dog friendly beach, close to the Min Y Mor hotel where they serve good and drinks, close to the centre with great attractions, also people in Barmouth are lovely and nice
    Marta
    United Kingdom
  • 9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 629 reviews
    It's always great to stay with Ann and Bryn , they are excellent hosts . Ann goes the extra mile to make your stay lovely . Banter with Bryn is funny.Great location for your stay in Barmouth.
    Malcolm
    United Kingdom
  • 9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 70 reviews
    Great location and fantastic communication with Dominic the owner. Good location for both the town and the beach. Dog friendly! The apartment was very clean and well appointed.
    David
    United Kingdom
  • 9.0
    Scored 9.0
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 1,853 reviews
    We liked everything about this hotel , a lovely room. Great breakfast , staff were very attentive, carpark round the corner 2 mins walk . Barmouth is a great place to visit
    michelle
    United Kingdom
  • From £108 per night
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 609 reviews
    Obviously the hotel could do nothing about it but car parking in Barmouth is a bit of a nightmare . Plus a bit noisy which again is unavoidable .
    Kevin
    United Kingdom
  • 9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 698 reviews
    Wonderful views of estuary, staff very helpful and friendly, easy parking and not overrun like the centre of Barmouth. Excellent breakfast.
    edward
    United Kingdom
  • 8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 414 reviews
    We were not advised that breakfast was not actually at the venue and was given a voucher for somewhere else in the town centre.
    Isabellesmith7
    United Kingdom
  • 8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 737 reviews
    Good location, good host, good hotel
    Dean Hall
    United Kingdom
  • 8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 123 reviews
    close to the town, clean and modern
    A
    Anonymous
    United Kingdom