Two-night stay at Barmouth Sands Hotel in northwest Wales for £99 @ Travel zoo
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Two-night stay at Barmouth Sands Hotel in northwest Wales for £99 @ Travel zoo

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Expires on 09/12/2019Posted 4th Nov
A Blue Flag beach and a fantastic view of Cardigan Bay await you at the Barmouth Sands Hotel in Barmouth, one of Snowdonia's most popular seaside resorts.

A really beautiful part of the world, Snowdonia's hiking trails are literally at your doorstep. Cardigan Bay stretches 129 miles down the western coast from Gwynedd to Pembrokeshire in the south and is home to bottlenose dolphins, Atlantic grey seals and even some orcas over the winter months.

The stay includes a two-course dinner on the first night and daily full Welsh breakfast (locally sourced). The hotel is being slowly refurbished after new owners took over and renamed it (it was called the Arbour Hotel previously) but not all rooms have been completed.

  • Barmouth is southern Snowdonia's most popular seaside resort, with stunning scenery, a Blue Flag beach and a plethora of outdoor pursuits on offer
  • You'll stay in a Sea View Room with views of Cardigan Bay and the picturesque harbour.
  • The newly refurbished restaurant uses local, seasonal produce, and there's also a Gin & Fizz Bar serving 27 varieties of gin, gin cocktails and prosecco.
  • Wildlife in the area includes sea eagles, oystercatchers, whales and dolphins
  • The Mawddach Trail walking and cycling route follows nine and a half miles of a disused railway track and "provides a delightful walk on a crisp winter day", according to CountryFile magazine.
  • Coed y Brenin Forest Park, home to a number of mountain bike and hiking trails, is approximately 25 minutes' drive away. In the park you can visit Rhaeadr Mawddach, a small waterfall on the River Mawddach. Just below the falls are the remains of the Gwynfynydd Gold Mine.
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Sure it's not the Manchester version of Bournemouth?
8ANNED04/11/2019 13:03

Sure it's not the Manchester version of Bournemouth?


I thought that was Abersoch?
Lovely place Barmouth. Had many a lovely holiday on the beach with my kids there.
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