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|Art & Culture||Art , History , Photography , Spiritual |
|Business||Business Accommodation , Business Services |
|Computers & Technology||Internet |
|House & Home||Moving House , Property |
|Leisure & Recreation||Food & Drink , Sport & Activity |
|Lifestyle & Personal||Education & Employment , Marriage , Shopping & Retail |
|Media & Communication||Internet |
|Natural World||Great Outdoors |
|Tourism||Eating Out , Holiday Accommodation |
|Transport & Travel||Road , Transport & Travel Services , Water & Sea Travel |
|Widen Area||Wales / North Wales / Gwynedd / Barmouth|
High above the Mawddach Estuary our Guest House offers a relaxing setting for a short break or holiday. Just ten minutes from the harbour-side restaurants of Barmouth, a charming Victorian seaside town, and yet a world away from everything and everybody.
Llwyndu Farmhouse Hotel
Llwyndu has stood for centuries overlooking Cardigan Bay and around 1600 was noted even then for its fine ale & hospitality. Now a cosy small hotel just north of the town of Barmouth in Llanaber, we offer excellent food and luxury accommodation, with some fine wines & local beers in an area of really outstanding natural beauty, far from the crowds.
Oriel Art Gallery
Oriel Gallery was first opened in June 1992 in Barmouth, North Wales. Founded by Valerie and Kevin McArdell, the business has gone from strength to strength since its inception. The Gallery is situated in Barmouth High Street and has possibly one of the oldest original Victorian shop windows (approximately 150 years old) in the town.
Amser Web Design
Whatever your web marketing needs - we offer a personal and friendly service. We work with you from begining to end to create simple, clean designs that are cross-browser compatible and search engine friendly.
Plas Mynach is a unique house situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Britain. It was built in the 1880s as a substantial holiday home for the Perrins family (of Lea & Perrins sauce).
Gwynnog Self-Catering Holidays
Gwynnog is a comfortably furnished holiday bungalow adjoining open farmland and overlooking Cardigan Bay. If you prefer self-catering Gwynnog is available to suit all your needs.
Christian Farm Holidays
Retaining its traditional characteristics, part of Hendre Eirian farmhouse has been converted into a homely self-catering getaway ideally suited for up to 5 people plus baby. Delightfully situated in the Snowdonia National Park, this 18th century farmhouse nestles in a peaceful setting in its 300 acres of land.
The Church of Llanaber and St. Bodfan
St Bodfan\'s Church is the finest 13th-century church in Gwynedd. It was built by Hywel ap Gruffudd ap Cynan, a great grandson of Owain Gwynedd who became overlord of this part of Meirionnydd in 1202 but was dead by 1216. The church houses the Llanaber stones dating from the late 5th-early 6th century AD.
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