Barmouth Bay Holiday Park in Talybont

Welcome to Barmouth Bay Holiday Park in Tal-Y-Bont, Gwynedd offering a choice of 4 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Barmouth Bay Holiday Park including Barmouth Bay Holiday Park photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Barmouth Bay Holiday Park online securely. Barmouth Bay Holiday Park is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Talybont or Gwynedd.

On the west coast of Wales within the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, Barmouth Bay is an award winning park offering a unique blend of sea and mountain, with magnificent walks, orienteering, mountain biking and golf nearby. With history at every turn, there are plenty of pubs, cafés and restaurants within easy reach and a superb sandy beach right on your doorstep. Indoor heated swimming pool. Children’s adventure playground. Outdoor cinema°. Bike hire. Park wide Wi-Fi access. Multi-use sports court. Launderette. Indoor swimming pool open Mar 1-Nov 4 and weekends Nov-Dec. Outdoor cinema open Wednesday and Sunday - Easter, May Half Term and Jul 20-Sept 2. Sports court open Mar 1-Dec 31. Children’s adventure playground open Jul 20-Sept 2. °Weather dependant. All other facilities available Apr 6-Nov 4.

A choice of two or three bedroom well equipped caravans.

  • Outdoor hot tub (in Superior Caravan VIP 8 only)
  • TV with Freeview/DVD
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave
  • Shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area (except Comfort Caravan 4)
  • Double glazed and centrally heated (in Superior Caravans only)
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Cots £15pw each and highchairs £12pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £50 per week or £30 per short break each (max 1)
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Barmouth Bay Holiday Park have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Wifi Internet
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Kid's Play Area
  • Launderette
  • Non Smoking
  • Pet(s) Allowed

Accommodation at Barmouth Bay Holiday Park

Comfort Caravan 4 (Caravan)

Typical Comfort Caravan 4

Comfortable caravan with one double and one twin.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

Superior Caravan VIP 8 (Caravan)

Superior Caravan VIP 8 | Barmouth Bay Holiday Park, Tal-Y-Bont, Gwynedd

Superior caravan with one double and two twin. Outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi

Superior Caravan 6 (Caravan)

Typical Superior Caravan 6

Superior caravan with one double and one twin.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms

Superior Caravan 8 (Caravan)

Typical Superior Caravan 8

Superior caravan with one double and two twin.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Mat Davies on 19th July 2019

Beautiful beach, plus lovely pub food & drink. Our caravan although dog friendly was absolutely spotless. I can't recommend this park highly enough

Rated 5 out of 5 by Richard Letman on 6th July 2019

Second visit to Barmouth bay holiday park, brilliant location, caravan very comfortable and spotlessly clean, indoor pool clean and like getting in a bath. Staff polite and very helpful. Great holiday all round

Rated 5 out of 5 by Niranjan Seetharama on 20th May 2019

Amazing place to stay ...amazing sunrise and sunset. ...we went there and booked a caravan for 8 people and the place was really awesome we had a great time over the weekend. Amazing facilities and the beach is fantastic.

Rated 4 out of 5 by Nick Chadwick on 14th May 2019

Really nice place to visit for the first time, could do with few more facilities around the pool like some play things for the kids and Jacuzzi and Sauna for adults then all the family might go to the pool together. Must go to the Harbour fish bar in Barmouth - best fish we've had for years. ☺ would go again.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Gary Smith on 27th June 2019

Great place for a holiday you have everything you need on one site. The site is very clean and well looked after and the caravans are very well looked after.

Things to do near Barmouth Bay Holiday Park

If you're planning a day out during your stay at Barmouth Bay Holiday Park then why not visit some of these local points of interest and recommended activities all within easy reach of Barmouth Bay Holiday Park. You can use the tools below to search for other ideas for days out within the local area. Use our handy search facility below to find shops, supermarkets, cinemas and many more attractions near Barmouth Bay Holiday Park.

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Harlech Beach, Harlech - 6.1 Miles away

Golden sands and clean waters await you at Harlech beach. Huge sand dunes create an impressive backdrop whilst the 13th century castle looks down over its rocky outcrop. This is a fabulous, safe environment for families. Better still, local amenities are close by.

Location: Harlech

Black Rock Sands , Porthmadog - 10.6 Miles away

This wide expanse of golden sands stretches for over 2 miles and is one of the few locations where you can drive your car onto the beach. This beach is popular with windsurfers and bathers and the impressive sand dunes are the perfect for a game of hide and seek!

Location: Porthmadog

Pwllheli Beach, Pwllheli - 15.1 Miles away

Pwllheli has two beaches. South Beach is mainly shingle and has been awarded the Blue Flag Award. South beach is almost 3 miles long and is mostly made of sand and shingle.

Location: Pwllheli

Abererch, Pwelheli - 15.4 Miles away

This beach has been awarded the UK award for highest water quality standards by MCS. The nearest town of Wilhelm can be accessed via a long walk on the beach. This beach is also a favorite with windsurfers/kite-surfers.

Location: Pwelheli

Hell's Mouth Bay, Hell's Mouth - 16.6 Miles away

A must for surfers. A south-westerly facing four mile beach framed by some impressive clay cliffs. A great place to bring the family for kite flying, wake-boarding, sailing and many other watersports! The flat sands are also ideal for a cricket tournament or a game of football.

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Llanbedrog, Llanbedrog - 16.7 Miles away

Tucked away underneath a heather headland, this lovely little beach is reached along a famous, breathtakingly beautiful road. Owned by the National Trust, this sheltered beach is made up of sand and shale and is great for watersports and walking. There is a café/bistro which serves ice creams and there are public toilets located on the road leading down to the beach. Dolphins and Porpoises have been spotted nearby, so keep your spotting eyes on!

Location: Llanbedrog   More Details »

Abersoch Beach, Abersoch - 17.3 Miles away

Abersoch is a long sandy beach, renowned centre for sailing and watersports. Boat trips are available to St Tudwal and Bardsey Island, giving spectacular views and ample opportunity to see the myriad wildlife.

Location: Abersoch

Porth Dinllaen, Porth Dinllaen - 20.7 Miles away

With an inheritance of fishing, smuggling and ship building, this little village is now run by the National Trust. At one point poised to become one of the most important ports in Great Britain, it is a great fortune that it was eventually overlooked; leaving a picturesque seaside village to be enjoyed by all.

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Nefyn, Nefyn - 21 Miles away

Nefyn is a small coastal town on the north-west coast of the Lleyn Peninsula and is extremely popular for family holidays. The two mile long sweeping bay here is popular with water-sports enthusiasts.

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Dinas Dinlle Beach, Dinas Dinlle - 23.8 Miles away

Dinas Dinlle Beach is located on the northern coast of the Llyn Peninsula between Caernarfon and Pontllynfi in Gwnedd, North Wales. The beach stretches for miles with large areas of sand when the tide recedes, and the beach is back up with natural pebble banks. The excellent water quality makes the beach popular for swimming, fishing, windsurfing, surfing, canoeing, sailing, jet ski-ing and powerboating. Facilities at the beach include toilets including disabled facilities, shops and cafes.

Location: Dinas Dinlle

Aberystwyth Cliff Railway, Aberystwyth - 24 Miles away

Enjoy a relaxing train journey where you can take in the breathtaking views over the seaside town of Aberystwyth. At the summit, you can have a birds eye view of the land and seascape from the worlds largest camera obscura - on a clear day it is possible to see 26 mountain peaks spanning much of the length of Wales! Also available are fascinating historical displays, a kids play area, a well-stocked gift shop, and a cafe selling delicious home-made snacks.

Location: Aberystwyth   More Details »

Aberdaron, Aberdaron - 25.5 Miles away

The beach at Aberdaron is mainly beautiful sands with large rocks dotted about providing much needed shade on summer days. The village is situated at the back of the beach, providing excellent local shops and services.

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Devil's Bridge Falls, Aberystwyth - 29.2 Miles away

Visit these world famous unique waterfalls which attract thousands upon thousands of visitors. One of these visitors was William Wordsworth who wrote 'Torrent at the Devils Bridge'.

Location: Aberystwyth   More Details »

The Mawddach Trail, Dolgellau - 5.8 Miles away

The Mawddach Trail is a stunning multi-use path following the old disused railway line along the edge of the beautiful Mawddach estuary in Southern Snowdonia. The almost exclusively traffic–free route, which is owned by the Snowdonia National Park, is clearly marked, and can be easily followed. It is essentially flat, has a fairly even surface and for most of its length is at least 3 metres wide, and as such it is suitable for walkers, cyclists and wheelchair users.

Location: Dolgellau   More Details »

Coed-y-Brenin Forest Park, Dolgellau - 9.2 Miles away

If you enjoy walking and cycling then Coed-y-Brenin Forest Park is perfect for you. All clearly marked, the trails and tracks criss-cross the park and are suitable for all abilities whether running, biking or hiking. Rest up at the café and enjoy the breathtaking views.

Location: Dolgellau   More Details »

Dolgellau Cycle Hire, Dolgellau - 9.4 Miles away

Situated in Dolgellau town centre, just a few miles from coed-y-brenin mountain biking centre, and 20 minutes from the climax trail in the dyfi forest. Hire bikes are available for the superb cycle trail along the mawddach estuary, the start of which is only minutes from the shop itself. There's a good range of bikes suitable for adults and the younger rider. If the children can’t ride, there are a range of Tag-a-longs and child seats to cater for most needs.

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Bird Rock Cycle Hire, Tywyn - 11.3 Miles away

Get out and about with Bird Rock Cycle Hire. Family groups and individuals can hire bikes from here and go exploring around the dramatic landscape of southern Snowdonia. There are ample facilities to take a break and enjoy some lunch along the way. The beautiful Dysynnii Valley near Tywyn in Snowdonia boasts virtually traffic-free countryside, so there is no need to worry about keeping the kids safe.

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Beics Menai, Caernarfon - 26.4 Miles away

Hire a cycle from Beics Menai and take it with you on the Welsh Highland Railway, a 'narrow gauge' railway that runs from the quay at Caernarfon through the beautiful Welsh countryside to the village of Rhud Ddu in the middle of Snowdonia. It is even possible to stop along the way. When you're ready, cycle back to Caernarfon along 'Lon Eifion', the most well known and used cycle route through the beautiful Nantlle Valley.

Location: Caernarfon   More Details »

Mawddach Restaurant , Llanelltyd - 8.3 Miles away

Combining stunning traditional and contemporary design with unparalleled panoramic views over Mawddach estuary and Cader Idris mountain range, With an emphaisis on utilising fresh, locally sourced produce, Mawddach Restaurant offers a modern, luxurious menu which retains simplicity and intensity of flavour, complementing the finest seasonal ingredients available.

Location: Llanelltyd   More Details »

Dylanwad Da, Dolgellau - 9.5 Miles away

Situated in the centre of the beautiful market town of Dolgellau, Dylanwad Da is open in the day as a Café/Bar and Wine Shop for coffee, cakes and tapas or to purchase their carefully selected wines. In the evening experience a small and friendly restaurant, with a relaxed atmosphere and a helpful service.

Location: Dolgellau   More Details »

Spooner’s Cafe/Bar, Porthmadog - 10.6 Miles away

An award winning pub renowned for its impressive selection of real ales and tasty food. Located at a railway station, this cafe bar is unique in that it features a former engine at the side of the bar, alongside years of railway memorabilia.

Location: Porthmadog

Tir-a-Mor, Criccieth - 11.5 Miles away

An excellent place to enjoy some delicious cuisine at the heart of Wales. Spend an evening relaxing with a bottle of wine and a tasty, home cooked meal, created from locally sourced produce. Try the walnut bread and enjoy some of the best Welsh cheeses around.

Location: Criccieth

Poachers, Criccieth - 11.6 Miles away

A delightful restaurant enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. Recently refurbished, this charming place is perfect for enjoying a romantic meal or a celebrating with friends and family. The impressive menu is updated regularly and features the best seasonal local produce.

Location: Criccieth

The Union Inn, Tremadog, Gwynedd - 11.7 Miles away

A 19th century village inn, with a friendly atmosphere. Located in the beautiful village of Tremadog, this little pub is a great place to enjoy some delicious pub grub with all the family. Try some local ale, cosy up in front of a roaring fire or book a table in their more formal dining room.

Location: Tremadog, Gwynedd   More Details »

The Square/Y Sgwar, Tremadog - 11.7 Miles away

A superb restaurant with friendly and knowledgeable staff. Spend an evening in this welcoming environment and enjoy a delicious meal made from locally sourced, fresh produce. This gem of a restaurant is great for a romantic meal out for two or for big groups of friends with something to celebrate!

Location: Tremadog

The Cross Foxes Inn, Gwynedd, North Wales - 15.2 Miles away

A cosy little 19th century village pub with excellent home cooked food in a family atmosphere. With a lovely garden to relax in and a children’s play area, the recently refurbished restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy a drink or a Sunday roast.

Location: Gwynedd, North Wales   More Details »

Brigands Inn, Mallwyd - 18.3 Miles away

A recently renovated 15th century Coaching Inn prominently positioned within an area of outstanding natural beauty that uses the best local and seasonal produce to create a mix of contemporary and classic Welsh cuisine; the menus follow the seasons of the year offering an excellent selection of fish, meat, game and vegetarian dishes.

Location: Mallwyd   More Details »

The Harp Inn, Llandwrog - 23 Miles away

The Harp Inn has masses of character and is situated in the quaint village of Llandwrog, close to both the coast and mountains of Snowdonia. It has a peaceful garden, games room, quiet bar and a lovely restaurant, all tastefully decorated in a country style.

Location: Llandwrog

Portmeirion's Gardens , Portmeirion - 9.7 Miles away

This unique village is set on its own private peninsula on the southern shores of Snowdonia. It is surrounded by 70 acres of sub-tropical woodland gardens. Take a stroll around the two lakes and enjoy viewing the gardens.

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The Llyn Peninsula, Pwllheli - 25.8 Miles away

A beautiful area: encompassing some stunning Welsh scenery. Admire the impressive Celtic hill forts, burial grounds and churches of the area. At roughly 30 miles, this large area features a National Nature Reserve, a Heritage Coastline, 20 Sites of Special Scientific Interest and a European Marine Special Area of Conservation.

Location: Pwllheli

Llanfair Slate Caverns, Harlech - 4.1 Miles away

These 100 year old caverns were man made with only a candle for light. Descend Jacob's Ladder and wonder through the tunnels looking for old drilling holes. Afterwards, experience the views of Cardigan Bay from the Preseli Mountains in the south to the Lleyn peninsular.

Location: Harlech   More Details »

Ffestiniog Railway, Porthmadog - 10.6 Miles away

Ride the 13 mile long journey through scenic countryside and the outstanding natural beauty of Snowdonia. Climbing to over 650ft, it ends at Blaenau Ffestinog and its slate quarries and mines.

Location: Porthmadog   More Details »

Welsh Highland Heritage Railway, Porthmadog - 10.6 Miles away

Enjoy a gentle ride through the Snowdonia countryside, a thorough exploration of the engine sheds, a ride on the miniature railway before the return trip to the station and lunch in the cafe. This child-friendly attraction makes for a great day out.

Location: Porthmadog   More Details »

Glaslyn Osprey Project, Glaslyn - 12.4 Miles away

You'll need your binoculars here to watch the only pair of breeding ospreys in Wales. Situated on the Glaslyn Estuary, this public viewing point has four powerful telescopes and a live feed of the nest projected onto a widescreen monitor.

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Corris Craft Centre, Machynlleth - 13.4 Miles away

Corris Craft Centre comprises ten individual and very different craft workshops. Visitors can watch the craftspeople at work and buy unique gifts directly from them. From original Celtic jewellery to handmade cards, the products made here make great souvenirs or gifts for friends and family.

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Bards Quest, Machynlleth - 13.4 Miles away

Bards Quest challenges you to find the hidden legends amidst the Maze, beneath moss and rocks, in the trees, in rippling waters and lying in lakes waiting to be discovered. Take your time, why not make a day of it? Tickets are half price when combined with a ticket for the adjacent King Arthur's Labyrinth Underground Adventure. Remember to visit the Corris Craft Centre to pick yourself up a unique hand crafted souvenir of your visit.

Location: Machynlleth   More Details »

King Arthur's Labyrinth, Machynlleth - 13.6 Miles away

An exciting underground adventure unfolds as you sail along a subterranean river, through the great waterfall, deep inside the spectacular Labyrinth and far into the past .... into a world of myths, legends and storytelling. There is a children's outdoor play area and picnic tables to let off some steam. The labyrinth is open daily from Easter to the end of October. This is well worth a visit!

Location: Machynlleth   More Details »

Centre for Alternative Technology, Powys - 15.1 Miles away

Nestled in the hillsides of Southern Snowdonia, this is one of the world's most renowned eco-centres, featuring interactive displays and practical examples of sustainable living.

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Dyfi Discoveries, Aberdifi - 15.9 Miles away

This is a small family run business which operates heritage and wildlife boat trips. Set in the Snowdonia National Park and sandwiched between two mountains, the small fishing town of Aberdifi is home to some of Wales' best loved myths and legends. Learn about these whilst looking out for bottle-nose dolphins and leatherback turtles.

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Snowdon, Snowdonia - 16.9 Miles away

An estimated half a million people climb to the summit of Snowdon every year, from the inexperienced climbers to some of the most skilled mountaineers. There are 7 main walking routes to the summit and, believe it or not, a 'Halfway Café' on the Llanberis path, which offers light refreshments.

Location: Snowdonia   More Details »

Sygun Copper Mine, Beddgelert - 17 Miles away

This old copper mine, now a unique family attraction, is situated in the glorious Gwynant Valley in the heart of Snowdonia National Park. It is a great example of our precious industrial heritage.

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Glasfryn Parc Activity Centre, Pwllheli - 17.3 Miles away

This premier activity and adventure centre, located in the heart of the Llyn Peninsula, has plenty to offer visitors. From go karting and quad biking to ten-pin bowling, fishing and archery. Don’t forget your camera to capture those exciting moments!

Location: Pwllheli   More Details »

Lleachwedd Slate Caverns GDA, Blaenau Ffestiniog - 17.7 Miles away

This working slate mine has been open since 1836. It offers two unique underground tours that take you deep into the mountain where the temperature is a pleasant 54F. Visitors can learn all about the life of a slate miner. Enjoy a drink or meal in the Miner's Arms, overlooking the mountainous landscape.

Location: Blaenau Ffestiniog   More Details »

Meirion Mill Woollen Centre , Dinas Mawddwy - 18.1 Miles away

Visit Meirion Mill, for a unique and welcoming shopping experience, or just to sit back and enjoy a cuppa in their coffee shop. Take time out to relax among the dramatic Welsh landscape.

Location: Dinas Mawddwy   More Details »

Inigo Jones Slate Works, Gwynedd - 21.7 Miles away

A self guided tour of the slate works is both educational and fun. Try your hand at calligraphy and engrave on a piece of slate that you get to keep. You can also view the machines and craftsmen in action. After visiting the geological and historical exhibitions, relax with a drink or some lunch at the Welsh Rock Cafe.

Location: Gwynedd   More Details »

National Slate Museum , Gwynedd - 24.2 Miles away

Situated in the workshops of the Padarn Country Park, this museum is a pocket of history. Visitors can get close to the largest working waterwheel in mainland Britain and enjoy slate splitting demonstrations by craftsmen.

Location: Gwynedd   More Details »

Llanberis Lake Railway, Llanberis - 24.2 Miles away

Enjoy the unrivalled views of Snowdonia on a narrow-gauge steam train journey - perfect for savouring the grandeur of Snowdonia. You'll pass the Welsh Slate Museum and Dolbadarn Castle and be presented with many photo opportunities.

Location: Llanberis   More Details »

Caernarfon Airworld, Caernarfon - 24.7 Miles away

Caernarfon Airworld is a year round attraction. Explore the aviation museum, home to a vast collection of aircraft, get the chance to sit in a cockpit or simply enjoy the beautiful setting adjacent to a blue flag beach. Better still, see it from the sky! Airworld offers various pleasure flights including one around puffin island.

Location: Caernarfon   More Details »

Gypsy Wood Park, Caernarfon - 25 Miles away

Set in 20 acres of outstanding natural beauty, Gypsy Wood Park makes for an enchanting day out for all the family. Take a walk through this fantasy land, find the fairies and make a wish, visit the animals, ride on the miniature railway, enjoy a picnic - so much to do, one day just won't be long enough!

Location: Caernarfon   More Details »

Redline Karting, Caernarfon - 26.2 Miles away

This karting centre puts you in the drivers seat of high spec racing karts, supremely engineered by pros in the UK. Test your skills against friends and family on this challenging track and buckle up for a fun day's racing.

Location: Caernarfon   More Details »

Anglesey Sea Zoo, Brynsiencyn - 27.9 Miles away

At Anglesey Sea Zoo you can see tiny lobsters and baby seahorses, octopuses and weaver fish. You can also see a shipwreck with conger eels. Then go to the coffee shop and have tea and cakes or go and have a game of crazy golf.

Location: Brynsiencyn   More Details »

Bardsey Island and Boat Cruises and Trips, Bardsey Island - 28.6 Miles away

Bardsey Island lies across the Sound about two miles (3km) off Aberdaron at the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula in North Wales, and is easily accessible (weather permitting!) by boat. Legend has it that Bardsey was the last resting places for King Arthur and Merlin the magician.

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Greenwood Forest Park, Gwynedd - 29 Miles away

Greenwood Forest Park is a brilliant day out for the whole family. Kids can jump on the giant pillow, pedal away on a moon kart, and slide down from the treetop towers or walk on the netted walkways. Then you can enjoy the jungle boat adventures as well as meeting the bunnies and admiring the peacocks.

Location: Gwynedd   More Details »

Criccieth Castle , Criccieth - 12 Miles away

This castle is a marvellous sight to behold; its twin-towered gatehouse sitting high and majestic atop a rocky hill which juts dramatically out into Tremadog Bay. Built in the 13th Century over three phases, speculation still exists as to which areas of the castle belong to which building period.

Location: Criccieth   More Details »

The Lloyd George Museum, Criccieth - 12.5 Miles away

Discover the personal and professional life of the hugely influential statesman. David Lloyd George, was a turn of the century, Liberal politician who became leader of Britain's national government in 1916. As Prime Minister he led the country out of World War One and his government gave women the vote in 1918. A fascinating character who played an important role in shaping the history of Britain and the Liberal Party.

Location: Criccieth   More Details »

Craflwyn Hall, Beddgelert - 17.1 Miles away

The Craflwyn estate dates back to 1200 AD when it was an old hunting lodge. The Victorian mansion has been converted into a centre where volunteers can stay while helping with conservation tasks. There are some great walks through the surrounding countryside.

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Nant Gwrtheyrn Welsh Language Centre, Llithfaen - 19.3 Miles away

Situated at the foot of the Rivals mountain range, this heritage centre houses an exhibition about the Welsh language and culture and Nant Gwrtheyrn's history.

Location: Llithfaen   More Details »

Plas yn Rhiw, Rhiw - 21.8 Miles away

This small manor house has exceptional views towards Abersoch and Pwllheli, over a 4 mile stretch of beach called Hell's Mouth Bay. Visitors can wander around the ornamental garden or woodland walks, the perfect place for a picnic.

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Amgueddfa Llechi Welsh Slate Museum, Llanberis - 24.2 Miles away

Amgueddfa Llechi Welsh Slate Museum celebrates the North Wales slate industry which roofed the industrial revolution. This popular tourist attraction is a pocket of history for locals living in North Wales. Visitors can enjoy slate splitting demonstrations by craftsmen and a close up exploration of the largest working water wheel in mainland Britain.

Location: Llanberis   More Details »

National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth - 24.7 Miles away

The National Library of wales has a wealth of resource, from hosts visiting exhibitions that celebrate history and all things welsh, to more perminant fixtures including an unrivalled collection of films, television programmes, videos, sound and music recordings relating to Wales and Welsh interests and a photo archive of Welsh treasures including Wales' earliest printed book and more the modern Illingworth's cartoons. There's something for everyone.

Location: Aberystwyth   More Details »

Arthog Bog, Fairbourne - 5.6 Miles away

Arthog Bog is a small wetland and a wonderful place to see weird and wonderful plants, flowers, butterflies and birds. It's one of the remaining fragments of raised bog which once would have covered much of the adjacent Mawddach Estuary. With more than 130 species of plants recorded, there are colourful displays through the year. The visitor trail crosses the reserve and links in with the Mawddach cycle trail; sturdy footwear is recommended on the nature trail.

Location: Fairbourne   More Details »

Coed Garth Gell , Dolgellau - 6.5 Miles away

Nestled in the spectacular Mawddach Valley, Coed Garth Gell is a woodland and heathland nature reserve. The visitor trails weave through beautiful oak woodland with a fast-flowing river in the valley bottom. In the spring and summer, pied flycatchers, redstarts and wood warblers are prominent, with bluebells in flower and gorgeous fritillary butterflies on the wing. Come for a walk in winter and you could see Siskins, Lesser Redpolls and occasionally, Hawfinches and Lesser- spotted Woodpeckers.

Location: Dolgellau   More Details »

Cregennan Lakes, Arthog - 6.6 Miles away

Cregennan Lakes are owned by the National Trust, and are situated on the northern slopes of Cader ldris, some 800 ft. above sea level, overlooking the beautiful Mawddach Estuary, with car park, just 5 miles from Dolgellau.

Location: Arthog   More Details »

Pen y Banc, Borth y Gest - 10 Miles away

Pen y Banc nature reserve sits on the Glaslyn estuary, an area popular with visitors in the summer for its sandy beaches. You can often spot species such as the curlew, redshank and black-necked grebe during the winter as well as an abundance of plant life. The coastal path winds its way through the nature reserve as well as a number of other paths.

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Parc y Borth, Borth y Gest - 10.1 Miles away

With commanding views over the bay at Borth y Gest, this beautiful nature reserve covers about 15 hectares of woodland and wild flower meadows. Follow the paths through the woods to take in the views from the top of the hill. Do a quiz on your way around and learn about the local area. The perfect place to take the kids.

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Ynys-hir, Machynlleth - 16.5 Miles away

Ynys-hir mixes Welsh oak woodland with wet grassland and salt marshes. In the spring, the ground is carpeted in flowers and birdsong fills the air. You might see flycatchers and redstarts emerging from the nestboxes. Each season brings a different experience to the nature reserve. Recent sightings include a marsh harrier, hen harrier, peregrine and a hobby as well as the regular red kites, buzzards and sparrowhawks.

Location: Machynlleth   More Details »

Y Foryd, Caernarfon - 23.9 Miles away

Y Foryd is a partially enclosed intertidal bay on the Menai Strait. The sand and mud are important feeding habitats for a number of native and migratory bird species. In the winter, this becomes a haven for many ducks and waders. Large flocks of over 5,000 widgeons can be seen, along with a number of shell ducks, oyster catchers, curlews and lapwing.

Location: Caernarfon   More Details »

Parc Dudley, Waunfawr - 24.1 Miles away

Park Dudley Nature Reserve is a mixed woodland full of wildlife habitats and native species of birds, plants and animals. Some of the more uncommon varieties travel all the way from Africa to nest on the reserve. There is a small walk around the reserve as well as a longer 1 kilometre circular walk for the more adventurous.

Location: Waunfawr   More Details »

Lon Cob Bach, Pwllheli - 26.5 Miles away

In the centre of the historic town of Pwllheli, the Lon Cob Bach Local Nature Reserve is a wonderful green space with an area of interdial mud and multiple species of birds and animals in the area. Explore these fascinating habitats and spend the day enjoying the beautiful scenery.

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Royal St David's Golf Club , Gwynedd - 6.1 Miles away

A world renowned golf club, set in some truly spectacular scenery. This championship course has beautiful greens and undulating fairways and is in short what you would expect of a course of this nature.

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Porthmadog Golf Club , Porthmadog - 10.1 Miles away

This course offers a mixture of heath land and linksland for the discerning golfer. The front nine are away from the coast and the back nine heading for the sea. There are 2 bars, a dining room, snooker room and pro shop.

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Eisteddfa Fishery, Criccieth - 11.9 Miles away

Whether you like a relaxing day coarse fishing or the challenge of bigger carp you will enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and great views at Eisteddfa Fishery. For the game angler, there's a trout lake and for people looking for variety then the pleasure lake offers a mixed bag.

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Pwllheli Golf Club, Gwynedd - 15.6 Miles away

Not long by many course standards at 6100yards from the back tees, some might think that this is an easy course, however with the absence of par 5's, and some of the par 4's playing into the prevailing south westerly winds, Pwllheli is a true test of golf for golfers of all handicap levels.

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Aberdovey Golf Club, Aberdovey - 15.8 Miles away

This golf club has earned a reputation for its friendly and warm welcome. Visitors can play a round of golf, relax afterwards in the newly refurbished clubhouse and take in the beautiful surroundings. Visitors are known to return each year for the top links course at Aberdovey golf club.

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Bro Ddyfi Leisure Centre, Machynlleth - 16.6 Miles away

At its focalpoint is a 20 metre leisure swimming pool with a fun 30ft flume and plays hosts a range of activities for all ages & abilities. There's also a ‘bencrete’ moulded 15ft climbing wall comprises of a ‘chimney’ / ‘stack’ effect and for the more adventurous an ’over-hang’. Other facilties include a safe indoor play area for under 8s, a gym, squash courts and a cafe.

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Abersoch Golf Club, Abersoch - 17 Miles away

This 60 acre golf course, adjoining the beach, is a combination of the best parkland and links golf and is both picturesque and challenging. There's a clubhouse, practice net, putting green and buggies for hire.

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Llyn Golf Centre, Penrhos - 17.1 Miles away

Llyn Golf offers a 9 hole 'pay and play' course with holes varying from 131 yards to a mammoth 423 yard par 4 for men or par 5 for ladies and juniors. Try the more challenging 18 hole course or practice your form at the driving range.

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Abersoch Offaxis, Abersoch - 17.2 Miles away

This is perfect for all the adrenaline junkies out there! Learn to surf, wakeboard, or waterski this holiday with Offaxis wakeboard and surf academy. This is guaranteed to exhilarate the senses, and is described as 'seriously fun and dangerously addictive'. This school is 'run by boarders for boarders' so you are in the safe hands of those who know the sport best.

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Bob Valentine Shooting School, Llanbedrog - 17.5 Miles away

It does more than it says on the tin! Bob Valentine shooting school not only offers clay pigeon shooting lessons but also off road Land Rover driving, archery, falconry and air rifle shooting. Established in 1986, this shooting school is renowned for its high quality and fun days out.

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Nefyn and District Golf Club, Morfa Nefyn - 22.1 Miles away

With no fewer than 26 holes, offering two cliff top 18-hole courses set in spectacular coastal scenery, visitors to Nefyn Golf Club are spoilt for choice. After completing the front 10, golfers can opt for the 'new' or 'old' course of entirely different back eights.

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Bala Adventure and Watersports Centre, Bala - 23 Miles away

Set amongst spectacular mountainous scenery Bala is the largest natural lake in Wales. This 4.5 mile long lake is popular for sailing, windsurfing and canoeing. Mountain biking, rock climbing and archery are among the non-water based activities on offer here.

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Boulder Adventures, Llanberis - 24.2 Miles away

Looking for some adventure? Boulder adventures offers a great range of mountain sports from canoeing to kayaking, climbing to bouldering and gorge walking and much more. Don't worry if you're a beginner, there are qualified instructors to guide you. On the other hand, if you're experienced, there are great courses for you too!

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Ropes and Ladders, High Ropes Adventure Centre, Llanberis - 24.2 Miles away

Discover adventure high up in the treetops of Padarn Country Park. Defeat the highest outdoor climbing and abseil tower in the UK or speed along on the aerial zip lines through tree canopies. The new children's course allows younger children to have their own adventures.

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Anglesey Riding Centre, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll - 27.7 Miles away

Anglesey Riding Centre offers beach and grass track horseriding with a number of local instructors to all levels of ability. There are also indoor and outdoor show jumping facilities. In the summer, young people can spend a half day or full day at the riding school riding, grooming and learning about horse care and management.

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High Ropes Tree Top Adventure, Betws y Coed - 28.9 Miles away

If you are looking for an adrenaline fuelled, fun packed family day, then High Ropes is the place for you. Negotiate tree top obstacles or take ""the plunge"" safe in the knowledge your harness and helmet will protect you. A unique and exhilarating day out!

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Borth y Gest, Borth-y-Gest - 10.2 Miles away

This quaint unspoilt village with its cliffs and coves was a regular haunt for smugglers. Just a short walk along the cliff top will lead you to a quaint sandy cove, with views towards Harlech and Cardigan Bay.

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Portmeirion, Portmeirion - 10.6 Miles away

This unique village is set on its own private peninsula on the southern shores of Snowdonia. It was created by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis (1883-1978) to demonstrate how a naturally beautiful place could be developed without spoiling it. On the main driveway is Castell Deudraeth, a Victorian mansion recently restored as a brasserie style restaurant and hotel.

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Pwllheli, Pwllheli - 15.5 Miles away

Pwllheli is the unofficial capital of The Llyn Peninsula, in Northwest Wales. Much of The Llyn Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and Pwllheli is an ideal base to explore this area, as well as nearby Snowdonia, Anglesey and the western coast of Wales.

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Beddgelert, Beddgelert - 16.7 Miles away

Beddgelert is Snowdonia's loveliest mountain village. Its stone dwellings, inns and hotels are surrounded by the finest scenery in North Wales. Beddgelert's most famous legend Gelert's Grave, the resting place for Gelert, the faithful hound who belonged to the medieval Welsh prince, Llwelyn the Great, was wrongfully killed by his master.

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Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw, Pwllheli - 16.8 Miles away

Built in 1856, this Victorian Gothic mansion was purpose built to house the impressive art collection of Lady Elizabeth Love Jones Parry. The Grade II listed building features a beautiful Jacobean staircase and 10 galleries. The gallery is now an important local Arts Centre and Lady Elizabeth’s ghost is said to still visit her precious collections from time to time!

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Abersoch, Abersoch - 16.9 Miles away

The small harbour wall at The Harbour Beach is popular with children looking for crabs and, when the tide is out, there is plenty of sand, ideal for bathing. More and more people are visiting Abersoch ""out of season"" as Abersoch is not just about summertime! More businesses in the village are remaining open longer throughout the year.

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Llechwedd Victorian Village, Blaenau Ffestiniog - 17.7 Miles away

At its peak in 1904, Llechwedd employed 639 men and the village was the hub of the operation, with offices in what is now the 'Slates to the Sea' exhibition. Other attractions include The Chemist Shop, 'The Smithy, Cobblers and Printers' and of course the Victorian Sweet Shop.

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Aberdaron , Pwllheli - 25.5 Miles away

A pretty little fishing village on the Llyn Peninsula. Once a place for pilgrims, it is now a popular tourist resort; boasting an award winning beach, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and some stunning countryside. The scene of a great many shipwrecks over the last two centuries, the now popular ‘Hell’s Mouth’ is a fascinating and fun place to explore.

Location: Pwllheli

Nearby Holiday Parks

Here is a selection of other holiday parks near Barmouth Bay Holiday Park. Alternatively you may wish to view all our holiday parks in Gwynedd or holiday parks in Talybont.

Bron Eifion Lodges, Criccieth

White Tower Holiday Park, Caernarfon

Hafan y Mor, Pwllheli

Plas Talgarth, Machynlleth

Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park, Porthmadog