Barmouth is southern Snowdonia’s most popular seaside resort. In summer, its big sandy beach is a magnet for visitors, yet there’s so much space along miles of unbroken sands that it never gets overcrowded.
Situated in the centre of Barmouth, this converted Victorian chapel houses a 186-seat traditional theatre auditorium, plus several other function and community meeting rooms including a second, studio stage, for cabaret-style performances.
Making use of trails, forest tracks and quiet back roads the South Snowdonia Greenway offers a journey of up to 43 km through the heart of South Snowdonia. A real 'must do' for cyclists, trail runners and walkers alike!
The walk along the estuary from Barmouth to Dolgellau is 9.6 miles (15km). This easy leisure walk is suitable for all the family and involves no climbing. A section of the trail has been adapted for people with disabilities.
A standard gauge heritage railway located beside the historic Dee Bridge in Llangollen that journeys 10 miles through the picturesque Dee Valley to the town of Corwen. Please note that for 2020 we are only running to CARROG.