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If you’re seeking the ideal break from civilisation, why not book a flight to the sleepy harbour town of Barmouth in North Wales? Situated on the west coast of Snowdonia National Park, and a little over two hours drive from the nearest international airport, a visit to this harbour town is like a step into the past. With a diverse mix of mountains, forests and sandy beaches, booking a flight to Barmouth will guarantee a rejuvenating break.
The two closest airports to Barmouth are Anglesey Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Anglesey Airport is situated on the Isle of Anglesey about 70 miles directly north of Barmouth. You could also book a flight to Liverpool Airport, situated about 90 miles (or two hour’s drive) northeast of the town, close to the English side of the Welsh border, on the far side of the picturesque River Mersey. Between them, these airports accept flights from a number of destinations around Europe.
Anglesey Airport is very small, serving just one airline with flights from Cardiff and Norwich. Liverpool John Lennon Airport, however, receives flights from a broad range of European destinations, making a trip to Barmouth a great way to end your European break. With flights to Liverpool also coming from the Isle of Man, Jersey, Newquay (summer only), Belfast (City), Cork, Derry, Dublin and Knock, there are a number of options to choose from if you’re booking flights to Barmouth from within the British Isles.
Getting to Barmouth once your flight lands is easy by road. Anglesey is about an hour and forty-five minute’s drive away via the A487 and A496. Liverpool Airport is just over two hour’s drive via the A494. Car hire with Expedia could be your best option. Simply book online now and you can pick up your car at the airport and get going. If you prefer the scenic route, Barmouth does have a train station, but trains from the two airports are not direct.
Once in Barmouth you could put your feet up and have a drink in Wales’ oldest pub. The Last Inn is 600 years old and is literally spilling over with character. Try some of the local ales in this historic Barmouth public house. With some of the original timbers and fireplaces still intact this could be a great way to end your journey.
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