Maps of :Fairbourne Tourist Attractions
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This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Fairbourne, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Fairbourne that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Fairbourne Railway Station - Fairbourne and Barmouth Railway - Beginning life at 2 foot gauge, the line was converted to a 15 inch gauge steam railway in 1916 and played an important part in the development of the Bryn Glas Ceramics - Here at our dynamic new pottery workshop situated at the mouth of the beautiful Mawddach Estuary in Snowdonia, Wales we produce original hand made and Fairbourne Beach - Fairbourne beach is located close to the mouth of the Mawddach estuary between Llwyngwril and Arthog in Gwynedd, Southern Snowdonia, North Wales. The Morfa Mawddach Railway Station - Arthog Bog Nature Reserve - The small wetland mire with willow and alder scrub
and flower-rich grassland is a wonderful place to see flowers,
butterflies, and birds. Look fo Barmouth to Dolgellau Cycle Trail - The Barmouth to Dolgellau Cycle trail runs from the seaside resort of Barmouth to the market town of Dolgellau in Gwynedd West Wales. Known as the Maw Porth Penrhyn Barmouth Ferry Railway Station -
The Porth Penrhyn Fairbourne to Barmouth Ferry Railway Station connects
the Barmouth Ferry at the Porth Penrhyn landing to the Fairbourne
Railwa Barmouth Harbour - Barmouth Harbour lies on the estuary of the Afon
Mawddach, on Cardigan Bay, West Wales. Our picture shows boats at anchor
in the safe haven of Bar Barmouth Bridge - Barmouth Bridge spans the estuary of the Afon Mawddach river in Gwynedd, West Wales. The bridge carries the Cambrian Railway Line, which runs from Shr Barmouth Viking 11 - Barmouth Viking 11 is a boat fishing out of Barmouth harbour. Fully insured and coded by M.C.A. 60 miles off shore, 10 meter cat., giving 480 square f 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 Clock Tower Barmouth - Coes Faen or as it is known The Clock Tower is a landmark in the Mawddach estuary, Barmouth North West Wales. It is sited on a natural projection into 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 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 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 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 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 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 Mawddach Estuary - The River Mawddach rises to the north of Rhobell Fawr
(734m) and Ddualt (657m) and flows south west through Ganllwyd,
Llanelltyd and Penmaenpool b Llwyngwril Gallery - The Website for the Gallery appears to have closed down.|
Llwyngwril Gallery is found in the pretty village of Llwyngwril, on the A493 between Dol Llwyngwril Beach - Llwyngwril beach is located in Cardigan Bay and faces the Irish Sea, it lies between Barmouth and Tywyn, in the county of Gwynedd. The beach is good Barmouth Sunset Viewpoint - The north end of the Barmouth Promenade is a fine place for viewing the sunset over the Llyn peninsula. Llwyngwril Railway Station - Afon Mawddach River - The Afon Mawddach is a river in Gwynedd, West Wales.
It rises to the north of Rhobell Fawr, and Ddualt and flows south west
through Ganllwyd, Llan 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 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 Birds Rock, Craig yr Aderyn - Birds Rock, or Craig yr Aderyn, 258m, is a rocky hill in the beautiful Dysynni Valley between the villages of Llanegryn and Llanfihangel-y-pennant in Pont Ystumanner - Sheep grazing in the fields. Part of the beautiful landscape near Pont Ystumanner in the Dysynni Valley, close to Castell-y-Bere and the village of Ab Castell y Bere - Castell y Bere is a romantic Castle that appears to
grow from the rock which rises dramatically from the level floor of the
Dysynni Valley. From t St Michael's Church - The church houses an exhibition about Mary Jones, 1784-1866, the local girl who in the year 1800, at the age of 16 walked barefoot from Llanfihangel-y Dysynni Valley - It is a lovely old church and has an important part to play in Welsh christian history, as it was from this village that the young girl Mary Jones wal
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