Affordable, quality accommodation in Barmouth
We are happy to receive enquiries and bookings through the winter, for spring 2015 & onwards, via email - email@example.com
Thank you for visiting our website. We offer quality Bed & Breakfast accommodation to guests visiting the picturesque seaside town of Barmouth on the edge of Snowdonia National Park. We look forward to welcoming you to Tawelfa Bed and Breakfast .......... Louise & Jan.
Tawelfa, a Victorian family home traditionally built using local Welsh stone and slate, is conveniently situated a five minute walk from the centre of the picturesque harbour town of Barmouth and its award winning Blue Flag beaches with captivating views of the Mawddach estuary, Cader Idris and the Rhinog mountains.
Barmouth, between the mountains and the sea.
Tawelfa Bed and Breakfast is an ideal base to explore historic Wales. With an abundance of castles and a variety of outdoor pursuits to suit the young and young at heart.
A hearty breakfast will set you up for the day. With a wide variety of dishes to suit all tastes.
Renovation of our guest house has been completed,
with the emphasis on maintaining the integrity of our
late Victorian family home.
We offer quality bed & breakfast accommodation to guests visiting the seaside town of Barmouth on the fringes of Snowdonia National Park situated a short walk from the centre of Barmouth
"Where the mountains meet the sea"
Tawelfa, traditionally built using local Welsh stone and
slate, is conveniently situated a five minute walk from
the picturesque harbour town of Barmouth,
with its award winning Blue Flag golden beaches
with captivating views of the Mawddach estuary.
Mawddach estuary in Winter
Visitors have been offered B and B accommodation, since 1947 as the original visitors book shows. You can see the book in its frame in the dining room.
Tawelfa is close to rail and bus links in Barmouth.
Explore the Cambrian coast while enjoying comfortable accommodation and good food at Tawelfa Guest House.
Free Wifi is available to Guests in their room.
We have a much loved elderly resident cat, "Smartie", who adopted us. She is not allowed into any of our guest rooms, or the dining room.
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