Barmouth is a town in the county of Gwynedd, north-western Wales, lying on the estuary of the River Mawddach and Cardigan Bay.
The town grew around the shipbuilding industry, and more recently as a seaside resort. Notable buildings include the mediaeval T? Gwyn tower house, the 19th century T? Crwn roundhouse prison and St John's Church.
There is also a new Lifeboat Visitors' Centre, where visitors can purchase souvenirs, and take a look at the RNLI lifeboat from the viewing gallery.
The busy harbour plays host to the annual Three Peaks yacht race. The famous mountaineer and sailor Bill Tilman lived in Barmouth for many years.
Barmouth Bridge, which takes the Cambrian Line over the River Mawddach, was also formerly at the end of the GWR Ruabon Barmouth line, which passed through Bala and Dolgellau.
The southern end of the bridge is now the start of the Mawddach Trail, a cycle path and walk way that utilises the old trackbed.
Ferries sail from Barmouth to Penrhyn Point, where they connect with the narrow gauge Fairbourne Railway for the village of Fairbourne.
Caerddaniel is a select family run and maintained Holiday Home Park located in Snowdonia National Park, and is in an area of outstanding natural beauty overlooking Cardigan Bay and the impressive Lleyn Peninsular.
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Dalar Farm is a traditional working smallholding with a warm welcome for friends old and new. Situated some 4 miles north of Barmouth, just off the A496 Harlech road visitors to Dalar enjoy easy access to the safe sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay.
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