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For that vintage seaside atmosphere of candy floss and donkey rides, set up your deckchair in the section closest to the town. The Blue Flag beach is never overcrowded and also has trampolines, bouncy castle and pirate ship during the Summer. If you...more
All reviews sand dunes lovely beach donkey rides clean beach fish and chips lots of shops ice cream beach front seaside town visited barmouth can walk for miles golden sands amusement park soft sand rock pools bouncy castle dog owners
As we are out of season in October and the weather was good we decided to try Barmouth for it’s beach and we weren’t disappointed. It was clean and we were able to let our beagle snoopy off the lead for a romp on the...More
It was very very windy the day we visited but We were amazed at the cleanliness of the beach. We really enjoyed our walk on the beach. Highly recommend their is nothing like the fresh sea air to give you a boost. Marjorie and Tony...More
who would have thought that on October 8th it would be 21degrees, with not a cloud in the sky? we parked in the promenade car park over the road from the beach . being October dogs were allowed on the beach but in season there...More
Beautiful and clean beach. Kids love it everything is close by(food, buckets and spades, arcades, train station. Beautiful views of the surrounding cliffs. The beach is spotless and not all pebbles. Kids love climbing the dunes and searching for shells.
Had a lovely day here in the summer with family, clean and relaxing. Lovely atmosphere. Could do with a fair or arcade near by for entertainment, if there is I don't think its found very easily. Had a bad experience at one of the Cafe's...More
A lovely day relaxing on beach just watching the waves. Just enjoying the fresh air and getting over a rough time in hospital. Had a slow walk up and down then enjoyed window shopping and planning our next visit back.
Not really , but if you go down to the end of the promenade where the little train turns around , if you go down the slipway there you can see a Little Rock pool to the right of the sea wall defence when the tide is out... More
Not really , but if you go down to the end of the promenade where the little train turns around , if you go down the slipway there you can see a Little Rock pool to the right of the sea wall defence when the tide is out , also to the left of the harbour there’s some water traps when the tide goes out , hope this helps