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Top tips for finding Barmouth hotel deals
If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Barmouth, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Barmouth in September and May.
Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Barmouth if you stay on a Monday. The opposite is true for, Sunday, which is usually the most expensive day.
If you’re in search of a slice of history in Barmouth, book a stay at Penygrisiau, a 600-year-old fisherman’s cottage in the heart of the town and one of the oldest traditional buildings in Wales.
You’re rarely short of views in Barmouth, but for a guaranteed sunset, choose the Ty’r Graig Castle hotel. The building sits 200 metres above the town with fantastic views of the mountains and the sea.
If you’re travelling by train along the Cumbrian Coast railway line, you’ll likely prefer accommodation near the station, such as Môr Wyn Guest House or The Sandpiper guesthouse on Marine Parade.
Recreational walkers will want to be near the 10-mile Mawddach Trail and the 30-mile Mawddach Way, so look for accommodation that’s near the estuary and the starting point of the trail at Barmouth railway station, such as the Bae Abermaw Hotel.
Travelling with pets? The Min y Mor Hotel and Aber House guesthouse, both in the centre of Barmouth, are pet friendly, offering accommodation for your dog or cat.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Barmouth
Are Barmouth hotels well located for accessing Snowdonia National Park?
Yes, Barmouth is on the edge of the national park on the southern end and Mount Snowdon is 30 miles away. It is often chosen by people who want to combine a coastal and mountain break. Hotels and accommodation there are all well situated to access the park and give you any information you need. Lawrenny Lodge, for example, is on the edge of the park and very popular with walkers.
Is there accommodation in Barmouth that caters to people interested in sports?
Yes. Barmouth is on the National Cycle Network as well as being near the Coed y Brenin mountain biking centre and the Antur Stiniog downhill biking centre. Consequently, many accommodation providers cater for bike storage and assistance for people on the national route or touring the national park. Try the Bae Abermaw Hotel, for example.
Are there hotels with free parking in Barmouth?
Yes, there are many hotel and self-catering accommodation providers in Barmouth that offer free parking. For example, Barmouth Beach Club at the end of the promenade, and Twr Mynach in the heart of the town both offer free parking.
Are there family-friendly hotel options in Barmouth?
Yes. Barmouth is a very popular family destination, with lots of outdoor activity available, so the majority of accommodation providers welcome families. Being near the beach is a big plus for people travelling with children, so look for somewhere with easy access to the seafront like Crystal House on Marine Parade or the Seascape guesthouse, also on Marine Parade.
How do I find a hotel in central Barmouth?
After you launch a hotel search on KAYAK, you can refine your research by neighbourhood, which allows you to pick the central Barmouth districts. You can also do a search using the city map to choose a specific location, like Barmouth city centre
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel map to find the best hotels near you.
Are there Barmouth hotels with free parking?
There are many hotels in Barmouth that offer both parking and free parking. Popular choices among KAYAK users include The Tilman, Tyr Graig Castle and Allibella Shepherds Hut, Amazing Seaview, Private garden, Pet Friendly.
Where to stay in Barmouth?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Barmouth by showing you the exact location of each hotel.