Barmouth (Wales) Reviews
Newest Review: ... of small boats here. it's a lovely place to sit; we sat on a bench here eating our fish and chips (from the chip shop across the road). There are plenty of places to eat; many cafes, restaurants, etc. We noticed that a couple were closed today, although it was a Monday and so that's perhaps why. Although on weekends I am sure that they are all open and there are plenty of places to eat to suit all budgets. There are also plenty of 'little huts' selling food including; fish and chips, doughnuts, ice cream, slush puppies, candy floss etc. We found them to be good value - I had a bucket of candy floss for £1.50 and an ice lolly for 60p. T... more
Customer Barmouth (Wales) Reviews (5)
by - written on 03/09/12 (Very useful, 112 readings)
Yesterday, what with the sunny weather and the whole household having today off, we decided to go to the seaside. Having being to Barmouth before, I wasn't that fussed as I had been before, and much prefer other seaside places such as 'Llandudno'. However, Barmouth had the most votes in our household when it came to deciding where to go. Barmouth is a seaside town (a small town) in North West Wales. We live around one hour and a half from Barmouth. The way into Barmouth (and way out) is lovely; its really old fashioned and very pretty looking with lots of little cafes / restaurants and pretty flowers. It's very cute looking. There are also lots of ... Read the complete review
by IB - written on 23/08/10
It is a shame that some guides and books can not see beyond the image of Barmouth as a tacky seaside resort because apart from a small area in the centre this North Wales resort is surrounded by some of the finest scenery you will see anywhere in Britain. It is also a place full of history with a magnificient 3 mile soft golden sandy beach with masses of room for everyone. The walks around the hills, mountains and estuary are as good as anywhere in the UK - you can get away from it all and see world class views within minutes of leaving the town behind. As for the new town and beach amusements they could just do with a tidy up as they are to a Seaside Resort the income .. Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/09 (Useful, 106 readings)
me nad my family were after a day out in the summer holidays so we decided on barmouth,i hadn't been there since i was a child and only have memory of driving through it. It was a lovely warm summers day and we got to barmouth for about half 9 and was a lovely drive from where i live through the valleys We parked in te main car park by the RNLI station and was about £4 all day...great. We had a walk into the shops for a bucket and spade and all seemed very pleasant the only problem was the pavements are very small and made life difficult with a pushchair. We stopped and had breakfast which was pricey for what it was and then headed to the beach...wow it was the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/09 (Very useful, 638 readings)
Barmouth is a small, traditional seaside town situated in the centre of Cardigan Bay, south of Snowdonia, nestled between the sea and the hills. It can be reached by a drive through Snowdonia or by train. I spent the first six years of my life in Barmouth and I decided to take my little sister there to see if it was as good as my fuzzy memories and my mother's fond tales. We stayed at one of the numerous campsites, there are a fair number round about with various facilities depending on your preference, we chose a small, basic site about 10-15 mins walk from the town along the sea front. And it is this sea front that is the main reason to visit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/01, updated on 23/11/01 (Very useful, 377 readings)
We live about an hour and a half from Barmouth, one of the most beautiful and unspoilt seaside resorts in the UK. Every year, usually in June, we shake off our lethargy, jump in the car and take a trip through dramatic and beautiful mountain ranges, past placid lakes and over windswept moors to get there. The weather’s always beautiful, the sea and the sky are contrasting shades of blue and the scenery is absolutely stunning. Each visit I come away feeling totally at peace with the world and wondering why we don’t go there more often. Vowing to return the following week or month, the moment passes and like life, another year sweeps by before we pay ... Read the complete review
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