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Good place to walk

Uphill but what a view. Beautiful little houses and very clean. Well worth the uphill struggle and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
ahih2016
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Burntwood, United Kingdom
Beautiful views

Some might find the uphill climb via the steps a bit strenuous, but 'no pain, no gain'...the views... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2018
markopolo797
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Nottingham, United Kingdom
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Climbing haphazardly up the steep slopes at the back of the High Street, the paths and alleys of old Barmouth reveal many quaint and delightful corners. Houses seem to be built almost on top of one another in this fascinating jumble of steps and...more
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Gloddfa Road, Barmouth LL42 1BL, Wales
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Uphill but what a view. Beautiful little houses and very clean. Well worth the uphill struggle and some may find this too strenuous.

Thank ahih2016
Reviewed 11 July 2018

Some might find the uphill climb via the steps a bit strenuous, but 'no pain, no gain'...the views from up here are breath-taking. If you're struggling, you could always catch your breath on one of the benches situated on the way up. Head for the...More

1  Thank markopolo797
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Lovely clean place had a lovely boat ride around the harbour 5 pound per person was well worth it as we were out on the bay for a good 45 minutes.

Thank Lee G
Reviewed 5 July 2018

The walk up the hill to Old Barmouth is quite strenuous at times, but once you have made the effort it is well worth it. You pass some really quaint old fishermens cottages on your way to the top and once there the views you...More

Thank Adrian H
Reviewed 27 October 2017

The beach is a well maintained and clean one. The old Barmouth is quaint with old stone houses and buildings. The shops are unusual and different.

Thank Gill J
Reviewed 12 October 2017

Hubby and I regularly walk around Barmouth. On Tuesday we decided to make a detour from the main harbour and town and walk up to the older part via Gloddfa Road. We negotiated steep and sometimes slippy steps and threaded our way through winding paths...More

2  Thank Jilly2903
Reviewed 8 September 2017

Take the walk up to Oleau - the very first National Trust Property. You will b e amazed both by the views above the harbour and the history of this beautiful place. Well worth the climb.

2  Thank DaveThomasLeicester
Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

So I asked the kind man Bernard of the gallery near st. John's church what I should really see. And he recommended me to go up the hill. Enjoy the view and then go down through Old Barmouth. And it was super worth it. Gorgeous...More

1  Thank Greeneda
Reviewed 15 July 2017

I have been to this beautiful seaside town twice now and it has taken a piece of my heart. I love the atmosphere, the slower pace and of course the natural beauty of this place. Ocean ahead, lovely sandy beach for miles and a mountain...More

2  Thank Kathy C
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

Barmouth is gorgeous. It's location is superb on a sandy headland with the stunning backdrop of the Rhinogs and the beautiful Mawddach estuary. It's a place that never fails to delight . Sure it can be tacky with seaside attractions but these only add to...More

Thank JeanneAlbi
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