Bae Abermaw Hotel

A Hotel in Barmouth, Gwynedd

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Panorama Road
LL42 1DQ

Bae Abermaw Hotel, Barmouth

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Accommodation Description:

The Bae Abermaw is an elegant detached Victorian property affording spectacular views of the Mawddach estuary and Barmouth Bay.

The Bae Abermaw is an elegant detached Victorian property affording spectacular views over the mouth of the Mawddach estuary and Barmouth bay. A stone building decorated in a light airy style the fourteen bed hotel offers a relaxing modern atmosphere for couples friends and families. The hotel is fully licensed with drinks available in the lounge bar and gardens where you can take in the beautiful views of the surrounding area.

All the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms as well as tea and coffee facilities complimentary toiletries hairdryers and TV?s with DVD player. Breakfast is a full Welsh breakfast with vegetarian options available along with fruits yoghurts cereals and croissants. Pets are allowed with a GBP 10 charge for extra cleaning providing they're well behaved.

We do have pet free rooms for those who have allergies. The Bae Abermaw hotel has a restaurant open to residents and non residents Friday and Saturday nights 6pm - 9pm also Sundays for lunch between 12:30pm and 3:30pm.. Barmouth is situated on the west coast of North Wales on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park which is the largest National Park in Wales.

Barmouth itself lies between a mountain range and the Irish sea on the mouth of the river Mawddach. The road between Barmouth and Dolgellau offers amazing views of the estuary it's worth a stop to take a look at the breathtaking views. There also some spectacular walks higher in the hills if you have a little more time to explore a camera is essential as the views are astounding.

Barmouth is the perfect destination for vintage seaside holidays walking & outdoor activity breaks or fresh air getaways at any time of year.

4 star rating

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Room Facilities
Colour television
Alarm clock
Tea and coffee making facilities
DVD player
Family/oversized room
Free Wireless internet connection

Lock-up facility for bicycles
Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)
Baggage store

Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Meeting rooms

Dining Facilities
The Bae Abermaw hotel has a restaurant open on Friday & Saturday evenings from 6pm - 9pm and for Sunday Lunch between 12.30pm and 3.30pm. We offer a range of fresh meals to suit everyone?s taste. Full Welsh breakfast is served daily.

Free Breakfast
Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities
Games available
Children's menu

Pet Policy

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