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Dyffryn Ardudwy Attractions
Dyffryn Ardudwy Neolithic Burial Chambers - The visible monument comprises an earlier, small portal-dolmen on the west side, blocked with twin portal stones and a closing slab and set within a s Dyffryn Ardudwy Railway Station - Afon Ysgethin River -
The Afon Ysgethin River is a river in Gwynedd, West Wales. The river flows from Llyn Bodlyn and enters the Irish Sea at Dyffryn Ardudwy. Talybont Railway Station - Tal y Bont Beach - Tal y bont beach lies on Cardigan Bay and faces the Irish Sea. The beach lies in the middle of a 13 mile stretch of glorious coastline between Harlech Dyffryn Beach - Dyffryn beach, sometimes known as Dyffryn Ardudwy beach or Llanendwyn beach, lies on the coast of Cardigan Bay, in the county of Gwynedd. The beach li Ancient Field Systems and Dry Stone Walls - The boulders were an important part of the culture for the early inhabitants of these lands, as is evidenced by the great numbers of cromlechs, standi Bron y Foel Isaf Burial Chamber - This is a badly damaged tomb, almost certainly the remains of a portal dolmen. One sidestone, a low backstone and the large slipped capstone survive. Morfa Dyffryn Beach - The nudist beach is one mile north from the main
beach and car park. There are no facilities near the beach, but the main
beach has toilets includ Llanbedr Railway Station - Pont Scethin Bridge -
Pont Scethin is a packhorse bridge above the coastal resort of Dyffryn Ardudwy in Gwynedd, on the west coast of Wales. Pont Scethin spans the Afon Y St Bodfan's Church - Bodfan's Church is the finest 13th-century church in Gwynedd. It was built by Hywel ap Gruffudd ap Cynan, a great grandson of Owain Gwynedd who became Llanaber Beach -
Llanaber beach is situated just north of Barmouth, in Gwynedd, North Wales. The beach
is backed by boulders and heavy shingle which gives way to v Llandanwg Railway Station - Llandanwg Beach - Llandanwg beach is the beach of Llandanwg village in the Ardudwy area of Gwynedd, Wales. The beach faces the Irish Sea and is located south of Harlec Llanfair Slate Caverns - The entry to this old but important slate mine is through the main tunnel, under the twin arches of the crypt, and into the lofty cathedral cavern. Barmouth Sunset Viewpoint - The north end of the Barmouth Promenade is a fine place for viewing the sunset over the Llyn peninsula. Childrens Farm Park - Come and see all your favourite animals on the farm! Floss the donkey and her friends, various pigs, rabbits, calves, ducks, hens, small pigmy goats Barmouth Promenade - Barmouth is situated on the edge of Cardigan Bay, West Wales. The town is squeezed between a rocky headland and the sea, and Barmouth Promenade, or as Barmouth Beach - Just around the corner from the beach lies the harbour, where there is always a bunch of kids (some older than others) dropping a line into the clear St Johns Church Barmouth - St John's Church, Barmouth looks more like a cathedral than the parish church of a small Welsh seaside resort. Its location cut into the rock above th Barmouth Railway Station - Barmouth Railway Station sits on the picturesque Cambrian line, which runs from Shrewsbury to North West Wales and separates into two branches, the co Barmouth Donkey Rides - Donkey Rides have been a tradition on British beaches for many years and Barmouth beach is no exception. The donkey rides are found on the foreshore b Walter Lloyd Jones Saleroom - Walter Lloyd Jones is a family run business established for over one hundred years and has been based in these premises since the 1920s As well as reg Dragon Theatre Barmouth - Situated in the centre of Barmouth, close to the promenade, this imposing, converted Victorian chapel houses a 186-seat traditional theatre auditorium Oriel Gallery - Oriel Gallery was first opened in June 1992 in Barmouth, North Wales. Founded by Valerie and Kevin McArdell, the business has gone from strength to st Fron House Antiques - Fron House Antiques, popularly known locally as the 'Shop on the Corner', is situated in the Welsh seaside town of Barmouth. It has long been establis Bistro Bermo - Bistro Bermo is a small cosy and informal local restauraunt in Barmouths old town. The cooking is country style and takes full advantage of the abund Traffic Free Barmouth to Dolgellau Cycle Route - |
The Traffic Free Barmouth to Dolgellau Cycle Route is a fabulous cycle trail from the coast at Barmouth in West Wales. It is an easy ride, suitab St David's Church Barmouth - St David’s is a neat, unpretentious church overlooking the harbour. It was built in 1830 on the site of an old ship-building yard. It was originally The Last Inn Barmouth - ‘You can’t fail to be impressed by this authentic 15th century pub, complete with ship’s timber beams, fresh spring water pond in the pub itself Barmouth Bike Hire at the Birmingham Garage - Bike hire close to the harbour in Barmouth, West Wales. The Birmingham Garage is conveniently situated on the Dolgellau Road, 25 metres from the harbo Barmouth Roundhouse, Ty Crwn - Barmouth Roundhouse, Welsh:Ty Crwn, is found close to the seaside in the town of Barmouth West Wales. A stone building under a slate roof, the roundho Viking Sea Fishing and Pleasure Trips - Viking Charter Fishing and Pleasure Trips on the Viking Princess. For bookings please contact our well stocked tackle shop Viking Fishing in Barmouth Merioneth Yacht Club - Barmouth Yacht Club, or to give it its correct name the Merioneth Yacht Club (named after the old Welsh county of Merionethshire), is located on the h Barmouth Harbour Masters Office - I can't find any information on the Barmouth Harbour Masters Office other than that it faces the harbour in the seaside resort of Barmouth. Barmouth H Mawddach Trail Barmouth to Dolgellau - The trail has been designed with accessibility in mind and almost all the sections of the walk are accessible to wheelchair users. There are several g Harlech Theatre - In the shadows of Harlech Castle and backing onto the dunes Theatr Harlech enjoys stunning views of the Snowdonia and Cardigan Bay. The theatre prese
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