Accommodation in Barmouth, Gwynedd
Part of the Gwynedd Travel Guide on Britain Express, highlighting attractions, heritage, and tourism information.
Crystal House Hotel
Guest House in Barmouth, Gwynedd
19 Marine Parade
Accommodation Description:From: £36.00
Our family run guest house is situated a stones throw from Barmouth's award winning beaches and the hotel enjoys the fantastic scenery which Cardigan Bay and the Snowdonian Mountains have to offer. Crystal House is a place where people young and old can enjoy a relaxing stay in a comfortable and friendly environment. Start your day with a walk along the promenade with views across Barmouth's famous and award winning Blue Flag beach, located just 25 yards from our hotel.For the more energetic, Barmouth is full of opportunities for activity holidays.
There are an abundance of walks in and around the town. Walk through the Old Town climbing to the top of Dinas Olau for spectacular views of Cardigan Bay and the Mawddach Estuary. Alternatively walk across Barmouth Bridge to Morfa Mawddach Station and follow the former railway track along the river bank to Penmaenpool.
Above all else, Barmouth has a unique charm and this little fishing village turned seaside resort has really stood the test of time. Our hotel has a total of 9 rooms; 4 of which are en-suite, 2 have private bathroom facilities and the other 3 rooms all have individual vanity units and share a bathroom. Each of the rooms retains its classic Victorian charm, but we have introduced all the modern comforts of a conventional hotel.
We provide tea and coffee making facilities, mini-fridges and televisions in all rooms. Cots, hairdryers and ironing facilities are also available on request. We have free WiFi access available for guests - just request the password when you arrive..
Accommodation Rating: NC (about ratings)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Lifeboat Museum - 0.5 miles (Museum)
Llanaber Church - 1.4 miles (Historic Church)
Ffrid Newydd - 3.3 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Cors-y-Gedol - 4.4 miles (Garden)
Dyffryn Ardudwy Burial Chambers - 4.4 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Bron y Foel Isaf Burial Chamber - 5.4 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Castell-y-Bere - 5.8 miles (Castle)
Llanfihangel-y-pennant, St Michael's Church - 6 miles (Historic Church)
Llanegryn Church Screen - 6.5 miles (Historic Church)
Peniarth - 6.6 miles (Garden)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Portmeirion - 13.2 miles away
Corwen - 33.5 miles away
Llangollen - 40.7 miles away
Ruthin - 41.3 miles away
Cardigan - 50.8 miles away
Chester - 58.3 miles away
Pembridge - 60.3 miles away
Much Wenlock - 63.6 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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