|All Sites in Barmouth|
21 sites in this category
|Art & Culture||Art , History , 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|
Merioneth Yacht Club
The Club is located in Barmouth which is on the edge of Snowdonia National Park giving access to Cardigan Bay one of the most picturesque sailing areas in Wales.
Sunray Guest House
A suberb harbour-side luxury B&B, with excellent views. Motorcycles & cyclists welcome - secure parking facilities available.
Belle Vue Hotel
The Belle Vue is a comfortable Victorian hotel, right on the sea front and just a stone\'s throw from the beach. We offer traditional B&B accommodation and take enormous pride in creating a warm and friendly atmosphere to make sure your stay in Barmouth is a pleasant one.
Bradburys Garage are Rover dealers with new and used rover cars for sale based in Barmouth, Gwynedd.
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.
This site excavated in 1960 was one of the first sites where multi period building was recognised, and has become central to the understanding of the portal dolmen group in this country and in Ireland. Portal dolmens form the most common type of tomb in this region. They stood at the centre of the farmed land,a focus for the community like a parish church, and many of them are striking and daring examples of architecture and engineering.
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.
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