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Saint Cadfans Lodge is located in Tywyn, 32.3 miles from Aberystwyth and 33.6 miles from Bala. Tywyn Train Station is just 650 yards away. Saint Cadfans Lodge features free WiFi. So close to everything in Tywyn Very comfortable Had all the amenities Was so appreciative of an ironing board To iron everyone s shirts for wedding.
Salt Marsh Apartment is located in Tywyn, a 16-minute walk from Tywyn Beach, 2.9 miles from Castell y Bere, as well as 3.7 miles from Aberdovey Golf Club. A clean and well organised flat with big kitchen/bathroom. It is easy to walk to anywhere from the flat.
Craig Y Deryn, featuring a garden, is located in Tywyn, 2.8 miles from Castell y Bere and 7.5 miles from Aberdovey Golf Club. Beautiful location and the property itself has been restored beautifully. Everything we could have wanted from a mini break!
Ty Nain is a property located in Tywyn, 3.2 miles from Castell y Bere and 3.9 miles from Aberdovey Golf Club. The 5-star vacation home is a 15-minute walk from Tywyn Beach. The location is right on the high street in the centre of town so walking distance to the beach and to the famous Halo Ice Cream shop. The house is very inviting and perfect lil hub for all my family to have a room each. The key collection is really convenient too. We stayed in November and didnt hesitate to book again. Unfortunately, this trip was to attend the funeral of a family member and I happened to mention this to Linda (the host), who kindly left a sympathy card on our arrival. I grew up in Tywyn and this echoed the community spirit.
Bramble Cottage, Tywyn, featuring a garden, is located in Tywyn, 3.2 miles from Castell y Bere and 7.9 miles from Aberdovey Golf Club. A great cottage about 3 miles outside of Twywn. Clean, comfortable and very relaxing. Have a walk up ‘Bird Rock’ if you want a panoramic view of the area and if you want lose 4 stone in the process.
We were surprised how quiet tywyn was for the middle of august when we visited, considering the lovely weather we had for the week. Always easy to park & the beach & generally walking about was fine as not too busy anywhere. We thouroughley enjoyed our stay in the area & having never visited this part of wales before will defo be coming back.
Tywyn is a very nice seaside town in southern snowdonia and is an ideal base for walking the area. Tywyn is the main base of the Talylln Railway which is a must to go on if you are staying there The beach is a bit pebbley but is sandy as the tide goes out. There are plenty of cafes and eateries but most are only open during the the day. There was not much choice of places for an evening meal except two exclusive places in town where you have to book and two Indian if you like Indian food There is a pub on the front which serves very good food but the menu is very limited and stops serving by 8pm.
Tywyn is a beautiful place. I have been coming here since childhood but haven’t stayed overnight here for about 20 years ( just days trips ) . There are lots of lovely places to visit both local and a litter further out . There are beaches you can go to ( if you know ) and you will only see a handful of people for miles either way. You have Dolgach Falls which is a def place you have to visit . Beautiful walk and waterfalls. For big shopping days you have Barmouth and Aberystwyth. Tywyn is surrounded by the Snowdonia mountains so is very picturesque.
The Town is small and friendly. little shops and plenty of places for coffee. The train station is great for travelling up or down the coast. The railway to go up the mountains is close and a steam train runs from there. The beach is great, rocks and sand. Jelly fish were around during our visit, but the water was clean and shallow, great to paddle in. long walk either way and the coastal path is sign posted.
Beach and promenade is kept very well ideal for families. Various pubs and restaurants throughout the area. Visit Dolgoch Falls, and the Talyllyn railway, and stop off for a bite to eat and a pint at the Railway Inn (Abergynolwyn).
We returned to reminisce old times, when we used to visit with young family. Sad to see so many empty properties and shops. Just the way times have changed I guess. We enjoyed our short time however and it brought back many memories.