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Crystal House Hotel Star Rating 3.5        
19 Marine Parade

In a Victorian townhouse, this basic B&B is 25 yards from the Barmouth beach and the promenade. Seafront cafes and the railway station are a 5-minute walk. It's an 18-minute train ride from the narrow-gauge Fairbourne Railway.
Bae Abermaw Star Rating 3        
Panorama Road, Snowdonia National Park

This boutique, coastal hotel offers free parking and a spectacular location in Barmouth. There is a large restaurant, a garden, and striking views. Snowdon is less than an hour's drive away through stunning National Parkland.
Min y Mor Hotel        
Marine Promenade

A 7-minute walk from Barmouth railway station, this seafront B&B in a stone building is 2.2 miles from an entrance to Snowdonia National Park and 11.2 miles from Harlech Castle.
Bryn Melyn Guest House Star Rating 4        
Panorama Road

Overlooking the Mawddach Estuary and a 4-minute walk from a bus stop, this airy B&B with water and mountain views is 0.9 miles from the Barmouth railway station.Warm rooms on the 1st and 2nd floor (no lift) feature en suite bathrooms, tea and coffeemaking facilities, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Richmond House Star Rating 4        
High Street

Facing Cardigan Bay, this straightforward B&B in a Victorian townhouse, with a back entrance on the High Street, is a 5-minute walk from Barmouth's sandy beach and a 3-minute walk from the railway station.The 4 subdued rooms have en suite bathrooms and include satellite TV, DVD players, complimentary WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Most rooms have sea views.
Marwyn Guest House        
21 Marine Parade

The Marwyn Guest House is a small, friendly, family run guest house located on the sea front in Barmouth, Gwynedd, North Wales. It is at the far end of Marine Parade, far enough away from the town centre for it to be peaceful but still close enough to walk to the town centre where there are many unique shops and plenty of eateries. Access to the beach is directly over the road.
Sunray Guest House Barmouth Star Rating 4        
Sunray, The quay

Overlooking Barmouth harbour, this art deco guesthouse with views of the Mawddach estuary and Cadair Idris is a 1-minute walk from quayside dining, a 6-minute walk from the Mawddach Trail bridge and an 8-minute walk from the railway station.Simple rooms with en suite bathrooms have traditional furnishings and classic decor. They include TVs, free WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Lawrenny Lodge Star Rating 4        
Aberamffra Road

Overlooking the Mawddach estuary, this traditional B&B in an 18th-century home is a 0.5-mile walk from the harbour and a 13-minute walk from the railway station and High Street's shopping.The 8 simple rooms with en suite bathrooms are casually furnished and a few mix in antique-style pieces.
Llwyndu Farmhouse Star Rating 4        

On a hill overlooking Morfa Dyffryn beach and Cardigan Bay, this refined B&B in a 16th-century farmhouse and its 19th-century granary is an 11-minute walk from the Llanber railway stop and 2.6 miles from Barmouth Harbour.The 7 charming guestrooms have en suite bathrooms and country decor with traditional furnishings mixing with modern pieces.
Grantham House B&B Star Rating 4        
5 King's Crescent

A 5-minute walk from Barmouth train station, this tranquil B&B in a charming, stone-faced townhouse is an 11-minute walk from the beach overlooking Barmouth Bay.The 2 brightly decorated rooms feature tea and coffeemaking facilities, and flat-screen TVs with DVD players. There's a sea-view sitting area, a fireplace and a modern en suite bathroom in 1 room, while the other has a private bathroom with a claw-foot tub.
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Barmouth is a town in the county of Gwynedd, north - western Wales, lying on the estuary of the River Mawddach and Cardigan Bay.