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Set in Tywyn in the Gwynedd region, Craig Y Deryn features a garden. The accommodations is 22 mi from Barmouth, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. Beautiful location and the property itself has been restored beautifully. Everything we could have wanted from a mini break!
Providing garden views, Springside Chalet20 in Tywyn provides accommodations, a restaurant, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a bar, a garden and a terrace. The biggest ‘woah factor’ was the amazing view from the terrace and the nearby waterfalls.
Offering free WiFi and free private parking, 32 High Street is set in Tywyn, just 0.9 mi from Aberdyfi Beach. An absolutely beautiful house, lovingly renovated. We enjoyed every minute of our stay. Plenty of space for the six of us. Close to the sea front and plenty of eateries. Would definitely go back.
Located in Tywyn in the Gwynedd region, Bramble Cottage, Tywyn features a garden. 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.
Set in Tywyn, Gwynt Y Mor offers accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. Located less than 0.6 mi from Aberdyfi Beach, the property provides a garden and free private parking. Excellent the bungalow was more than we expected Will be back and will tell Friends an good location
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.
Quiet small town. Good to use as a base for exploring the area Salt Marsh Cafe Bar was brilliant! Lovely food and decor I had a delicious vegan breakfast on the two days we were there The staff are really friendly
Tywyn (Towyn) is a small Mid-Wales town, well suited for travel North (Snowdon, Carnarvon) or South (Aberystwyth). Some small shops and a big Co-Op suit the many mobile home occupiers towards the sea front, where a very friendly pub and ice cream/tearoom serve well. Aberdovey a few miles South has a golf course and sailing club, and has an attractive sea front with a good beach. Towyn is the terminus of seven miles of the Talyllyn Railway, a big attraction and was the 'world's first preserved narrow-gauge railway' in the 1950s, now a well run and well visited railway, with a comprehensive museum.
Though it's only a small town, Tywyn has much to offer the tourist: a good beach, with eateries nearby, whilst the town centre offers more good places to eat and drink. Transport links are good, and the well-known Talyllyn Railway (a narrow-gauge steam-operated line) should not be missed, whilst the main Cambrian Coast railway offers a superbly scenic journey around Cardigan Bay.