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Featured B&B in Barmouth

Barmouth Beach Club
4 out of 5
Ceilwart Bungalow, North Promenade, Barmouth, Wales
The price is £95 per night from 11 Nov to 12 Nov

Situated in Barmouth, this bed & breakfast is within 2 miles (3 km) of Barmouth Beach, Snowdonia National Park and Ty Crwyn (Round House). Barmouth Bridge is ...

5/5Exceptional! (8 reviews)
Great place to stay in Barmouth!

"Great place to stay, very comfortable and clean and we had a very warm welcome with a tour of the facilities. Breakfast was cooked to order and was very tasty. The staff were very friendly and attentive. Would definitely stay here again and recommend to others."…"

Reviewed on 12 Oct 2019

Barmouth Beach Club
Morwendon House
4 out of 5
Llanaber, Snowdonia National Park, Barmouth, Wales
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Situated near the beach, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Snowdonia National Park and Barmouth Beach. Ty Crwyn (Round House) and Barmouth Bridge ...

4.4/5Excellent! (84 reviews)
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"Very good stay, nice comfy and modern rooms beds were better than travelogde service from Robert was amazing would recommended views are beautiful too e were only there two nights but already planning going back in summer"…"

Reviewed on 30 Sep 2019

Morwendon House
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Tyr Graig Castle

Tyr Graig Castle

4 out of 5
Llanaber Road, Barmouth, Wales
The price is £95 per night from 22 Oct to 23 Oct
4.4/5Wonderful! (34 reviews)

"A totally unique property with an interesting history."…"

Reviewed on 29 Sep 2020

Tyr Graig Castle
Min-Y-Mor Hotel

Min-Y-Mor Hotel

4 out of 5
Marine Parade, Barmouth, Wales
3.9/5Very Good! (51 reviews)

"Had we booked direct with the hotel, the breakfast would have been included in the price"…"

Reviewed on 12 Sep 2020

Min-Y-Mor Hotel
Barmouth Beach Club

Barmouth Beach Club

4 out of 5
Ceilwart Bungalow, North Promenade, Barmouth, Wales
The price is £95 per night from 11 Nov to 12 Nov
5/5Exceptional! (8 reviews)
Great place to stay in Barmouth!

"Great place to stay, very comfortable and clean and we had a very warm welcome with a tour of the facilities. Breakfast was cooked to order and was very tasty. The staff were very friendly and attentive. Would definitely stay here again and recommend to others."…"

Reviewed on 12 Oct 2019

Barmouth Beach Club
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

B&B in Barmouth

Barmouth lies along the North Western coast of Wales, wrapped around Cardigan Bay at the mouth of the River Mawddach. Early 20th-century advertisements for the resort town would sell a visit "for mountain, sand and sea", and they hit the nail on the head. It's not just the long stretches of golden sand and the lapping of the ocean near your Barmouth bed and breakfast. You're just a stone's throw from the mighty Snowdonia National Park, with its glistening lakes and granite peaks. During the summer, the town bursts into life with families coming for nostalgia-inducing donkey rides along the beach, to drop crabbing lines into the sea to catch supper or gorge on freshly fried fish and chips. Lazing on the beach might not be an option during the cooler months, but if you're looking for a little seclusion, cosy pubs serving up British fare and spectacular walking trails without the crowds, it might be just the ticket.

Handsome Georgian townhouses and ancient country cottage B&Bs, Barmouth

The bed and breakfasts in Barmouth have always been the accommodation of choice for adventurers looking to hike in Snowdonia and families who want to bask on the sunny beaches. Some are housed in the handsome Georgian townhouses that line up along the promenade, overlooking the beach and the glittering ocean. If you're looking for budget options, try 1 of the traditional B&Bs a little further away from the beach – they offer more than you'd expect for the price. Alternatively, the country cottages found just outside the seaside town provide access to mountainous walking trails that start right from the doorstep. Whatever you're looking for, search through the extensive listings on Expedia to find the perfect match. Here, you can scroll through the descriptions and photos, then book in just a few clicks.

When you check into your guestroom you'll find everything you might expect from a hotel, particularly in the boutique Barmouth B&Bs, where spacious ensuite bathrooms stocked with toiletries, big double beds covered in crisp linen sheets and flat-screen TVs on the walls are the norm. If you're looking for a place to park your car or a family-sized room, the friendly owners are always accommodating. When you get back from a day at the beach or a hike up in the mountains, you can kick off your flip-flops or muddy boots and enjoy a little afternoon tea. Each morning, you can awake to the sound of the ocean lapping against the sand. There'll always be a home-cooked breakfast waiting for you downstairs. If you're not sure about what to do for the day, you could always ask the owners, whose insider knowledge of the area is invaluable. Have you thought about combining your seaside retreat with a few days in the capital, Cardiff?

There's more than just the vast stretch of golden sand near your B&B, Barmouth

It's hardly surprising that most of the things to do near your Barmouth bed and breakfast are centred around the sea. A good starting point is the pretty harbour, where you can see the yachts bobbing on the waves, cast a line to hook a fish or try to catch sight of the dolphins jumping in Cardigan Bay. There are several quayside attractions that are worthy of some time away from the beach. You can step back in time at the late 19th-century Sailors' Institute, discover the history of Victorian Barmouth at Ty Crwn or marvel at stories of brave sea rescues at the RNLI Lifeboat Museum. If time permits, you won't want to miss a trip on the Fairbourne Steam Railway, from which you can appreciate the beautiful surroundings. Alternatively, see if you can score some tickets for the amateur dramatics at the Theatr y Ddraig.

  • Score a guestroom close to both the mountains and the sea
  • Discover the best hiking trails in Snowdonia from the friendly owners
  • Stay in a boutique property without the hefty price tag
  • Wake up to a home-cooked Welsh breakfast every morning

Frequently asked questions

Searching for B&Bs in Barmouth?
If you want to find somewhere to stay with fewer rooms than the traditional hotel and an intimate environment, a bed and breakfast may be the perfect thing for your getaway to Barmouth. If you’re hoping to spend some time walking along the water in Barmouth, Barmouth Beach is worth a visit.
How do you know if a B&B is the best choice for your stay?
With attentive service, opportunities to interact with the owner and top-rated breakfasts, B&Bs offer a one-of-a-kind environment.
What are the best B&Bs in Barmouth?
Why not look at these B&Bs in Barmouth: Barmouth Beach Club: 4 stars, 6 rooms. Morwendon House: 4 stars, 6 rooms. Enjoy the free cooked breakfast and bar/lounge.
When is the best time to book my B&B in Barmouth?
When you’re planning your getaway to Barmouth, make sure that you take the year-round temperatures into account. The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 14°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 5°C. Average annual precipitation for Barmouth is 734 inches.
What is there to do in Barmouth?
Travellers enjoy Barmouth for its seaside and bars. When you want to spend some time in the great outdoors, Barmouth Beach and Snowdonia National Park are some notable spots. You should put Barmouth Bridge and Ty Crwyn (Round House) on your list if you want to see more of the area.
How can I get to and around Barmouth?
You can plan your excursions in and around Barmouth ahead of time with these transportation options. To see more of the surrounding area, ride one of the trains from Barmouth Station or Llanaber Station. If you’d like to venture out around the area, you may want a rental car for your journey.

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