(Tywyn Wharf – 0.1 mile)
Whether this is your first visit, or you have been a guest many times, we want your experience to be excellent. We pride ourselves in being able to offer a peaceful relaxed break away from home with our No under 18’s policy.
We offer a variety of amenities to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible. Each room has en-suite facilities with complimentary toiletries and towels. The bedrooms have tea and coffee making facilities as well as fresh water and milk available from the breakfast throughout the day. Hairdryers and Usb ports are in all rooms. We provide complimentary internet access in all rooms. The breakfast room is available from 12- 8 each day.
(Tywyn Wharf – 0.3 mile)
Has a wide range of quality, well presented, holiday homes, beach houses, cottages, apartments and rooms throughout Southern Snowdonia in this stunning part of Wales. Sweeping sandy beaches, beautiful mountain scenery, medieval castles, pre-historic standing stones and wonderful local produce are just part of the experience that awaits you in Snowdonia where the local inhabitants have preserved their language and culture for centuries. Come and immerse yourself in Wales, voted by the readers of Lonely Planet as ‘Their Favorite World Wide Destination’ in 2014.
(Tywyn Wharf – 0.5 mile)
There is a warm friendly welcome awaiting you at the Monfa Guest House, why not come along and experience it for yourself. This exceptionally large traditional stone-built Victorian House, with its great character and charm, has been refurbished to provide you with a very comfortable standard of accommodation.
(Tywyn Wharf – (0.6 mile)
Located on the seafront at Tywyn. The house overlooks Cardigan Bay and is surrounded by the beautiful Snowdonia National Park with spectacular views of Cadair Idris. Cyclist, walkers, bird watchers, kayakers, surfers, anglers – are especially welcome to an area with an amazing wealth of natural beauty. Or if you just want to relax and enjoy the panoramic views, you’ll find a great welcome at The Arthur.
(Tywyn Wharf – 0.6 mile)
Is situated on the very edge of the Snowdonia National Park in the beautiful seaside town of Tywyn. The Park is family owned and managed and is the ideal location to own your own holiday home or come and stay with your touring caravan or tent.
Leahurst Bed and Breakfast is located nr Tywyn in Mid Wales on the Welsh coast and the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, less than 3hrs from the Midlands.
Owners Jackie and husband John, decided to leave the bustle of city life to continue the family run Leahurst Bed & Breakfast on the outskirts of Tywyn
Leahurst B&B is a large late Victorian gentleman’s residence built in 1889 with many period features. It is set within a walled lawned garden with free private parking for guests. There are 3 ensuite bedrooms, with views of Snowdonia National Park and the sea
(Tywyn Wharf – 3 miles)
AA Hotel of the year, the Trefeddian has an enviable position overlooking the stunning Aberdovey beach. All 59 bedrooms are well equipped with all the modern comforts you need to feel right at home.
Quietly charming and traditional, the Trefeddian Hotel has been passed down the generations of the Cave-Browne-Cave family who firmly believe in ‘good old-fashioned hospitality’.
(Hendy Halt – Adjacent)
Hendy Farm holidays provide 5 star self catering and 3 star Bed & Breakfast facilities in Tywyn, Southern Snowdonia. A great place for a family holiday, or a romantic short break in Snowdonia. Enjoy Bed and Breakfast on a working farm with the privilege of its own halt on the Talyllyn Narrow Gauge Railway! From here you can leisurely tour town or countryside.
Spectacular scenery and sunsets. A perfect place to have a fun filled week with family or friends or for short breaks during the quieter period. Why not attend some of the fantastic events that happen throughout the year.
(Hendy Halt – 0.5 mile)
Pall Mall is situated on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, on the estuary of the Dysynni River, surrounded on three sides by majestic hills, with Cadair Idris dominating the view to the east. Within walking distance of the market town of Tywyn and its beach, famous among the UK’s water sports enthusiasts. The surrounding hills and mountains offer many leisure opportunities and host the world famous “Race the Train” hill race.
(Hendy Halt – 0.8 mile)
The site is ideally located with a relaxing atmosphere throughout. Even in the busy months the community environment is refreshing.
There are a number of static caravans on site, which are privately owned and not for hire, as well as facilities for touring caravans and tents of all sizes.
Whilst the site is modern and fully equipped it still retains the charm and tranquility of times gone by.
(Cynfal Halt – 0.1 mile)
Is idyllically located, enjoying panoramic scenery of the countryside, the Dysynni valley and Cardigan coast. There are three luxury self-catering cottages, each offering guests a comfortable stay in a barn or stable conversion providing the perfect base to enjoy the great Welsh outdoors. Whether you are a family or a couple, the cottages are perfectly located to suit all desires. The working farm boasts its own halt for the Tal-y-Llyn narrow gauge steam railway – the smallest railway platform in the country! Providing the most charming form of transport to the nearest town, Tywyn. The cottages are close to the magnificent 4-mile stretch of golden beach that extends from Tywyn to Aberdyfi.
(Rhydyronen – Adjacent)
Tynllwyn 4 star Caravan, Camping & Touring Park is situated in the picturesque Hamlet of Rhydyronen overlooking the beautiful Dysynni Valley. Only 2.5 miles from the seaside town of Tywyn, the area is a fisherman’s delight with streams, rivers, lakes and sea fishing all close by. The park is surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty providing a paradise for walking and birdwatching. A trip on the Talyllyn Railway will take you west into Tywyn or east to Dolgoch Falls, on to Abergynolwyn and further on up the pine clad valley to Nant Gwernol. There you can walk the forest paths or relax amidst the trees. The area provides much to interest young families and individuals. Beautiful, unspoilt, natural countryside to relax in, or try pony trekking. The beach at Tywyn offers hours of fun with clean sea water for surfing, boating, swimming, diving or just splashing about. You may be lucky and spot the dolphins and seals that live in Cardigan Bay.
(Tynllwynhen Halt – Adjacent)
Tynllwyn hen is a rural self catering cottage in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. It is near the hamlet of Rhydyronen, close to the seaside town of Tywyn, high up on a peaceful hill with panoramic views of the hills, Cadair Idris mountain and the broad water and sea below. It has a steam train stop nearby and is an ideal place for walkers, cyclists, families, nature lovers, stargazers or romance. Massages and yoga available for an added touch of luxury and outdoor activities available.
(Brynglas Station – 1 Mile/Rhydyronen Station 1.5 Mile)
(Dolgoch – Approximately 1 mile)
Luxury home from home self-catering accommodation for family and friends, with a focus on comfort and style. Sleeps 7 and offers accessible accommodation with a Ground floor bedroom, ensuite wetroom and step-free access. Discount available for TRPS members, contact Sue directly [email protected].
Situated in the hidden gem of the Dysynni Valley in south Snowdonia, Abertrinant Cottages offers Y Bwthyn, a lovingly converted chapel dating back to 1832. Set on a country lane in a secluded valley surrounded by green hills, it is less than 3 miles to the nearest pub and restaurant, 5 miles from the sea and only 9 miles from the old fishing village of Aberdovey. The area is steeped in history and natural history, and perfect for walking, cycling, beach holidays or just relaxing.
(Dolgoch – Adjacent)
Dolgoch Holidays offer two four star rated self-catering cottages, situated just minutes walk from the Dolgoch Falls railway station and the spectacular lower falls. The cottages sleep four and six people respectively, and are a perfect base for exploring the railway, for woodland and waterfall walks, and for the beach (just a 15 minute drive from the cottages).
The properties are usually let for a week, but please contact us to discuss requirements if you would like a shorter or longer break. We are pleased to offer a discount to TRPS volunteers and members as well as for bookings for both properties together.
(Dolgoch – Adjacent)
A family run bed and breakfast set beneath the Dolgoch ravine in a quiet location but close to many of Snowdonia’s attractions. The location means that this is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Located at the south western corner of the Snowdonia National Park just 5 miles from the beautiful West Wales coastline. Dolgoch is close to Tywyn, Aberdyfi and Abergynolwyn, with many walks available from its doorstep including the Dolgoch Waterfalls. Cadair Idris, one of Snowdonia’s most spectacular mountains is also a few minutes away.
(9 miles from Tywyn Wharf or two stops on the Cambrian mainline)
Llwyndu Holiday Park set on the secluded Llwyn Du estate. The site was the original Quaker meeting house/farm dating from 17th century. It is nestled in a tranquil location at the foot of a scenic woodland with stunning seaviews in the pretty village of Llwyngwril in Snowdonia National Park. The pods are modern with own shower/toilet and contemporary decor throughout. Hill walks straight from the door, pub shop and beach a short walk, the train station is close by.
(Abergynolwyn – 3.3 miles)
Is a 16th Century Lakeside Coaching Inn with one of the most iconic views in Wales. We are located very close to Cader Idris, the highest mountain peak in southern Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd. It is also spelt “Cadair Idris”, meaning “Chair of Idris”, and it is very popular with walkers and plane spotters. As well as the stunning views, you can enjoy home-cooked food and Real Ale straight from the cask. In summer our lakeside Beer Garden is a day out in itself! Alternatively, you might just prefer sitting by our log fires in the Fireside Bar and Restaurant, while the wild weather of Snowdonia rushes over us from the Irish Sea.
(Abergynolwyn – 3.4 miles)
With a magnificent location, surrounded by the stunning natural beauty and dramatic scenery of the Snowdonia National Park, the Tynycornel Hotel looks out over its own 222-acre fishing lake. With the majestic mountains of Cader Idris reflected in its waters, Tal-y-Llyn Lake is more than a scenic asset; the hotel owns the lake, which is noted for its superb fishing. Tynycornel was a well-known fishing hostelry as early as 1800 and guests enjoy priority access to Tal-y-Llyn’s prized waters, together with fine river fishing. There is a spacious lounge overlooking the lake and the quiet bar and restaurant both offer a high standard of cuisine with an extensive wine list.
Aberdovey Hillside Village is a holiday cottage complex, great for family breaks, dog friendly and accessible cottages. Set in its own extensive private grounds, A peaceful place with amazing ever-changing sea views. Lots of things to do on site for all the family, just a short walk to beaches, shops, pubs, restaurants etc