WELCOME TO LAWRENNY LODGE, BED & BREAKFAST ACCOMMODATION IN BARMOUTH, WHERE THE MOUNTAINS MEET THE SEA

Overlooking Cardigan Bay and the Mawddach estuary, we are only a few metres from the iconic Barmouth Bridge and five minutes walk from the beach, town and harbour area.
We offer 8 en-suite rooms, all with flatscreen TV and tea & coffee making facilities. Free Wi-Fi is available and private parking for 8 cars.

Lawrenny Lodge has the choice of either a comfortable lounge area or the conservatory, where you can relax after your day out and enjoy a quiet drink as the sun sets over the estuary. Our bar offers a good choice of wine, spirits and local beers.

For breakfast we offer the full Welsh, or lighter options which change daily. Our food is sourced locally, and bought from local farms and markets whenever we can. Bread, jams, muffins etc are homemade.

Barmouth has a good range of quirky shops and eateries including pubs, tapas and bistros – not forgetting traditional fish and chips!

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Out & About in Barmouth

Barmouth is situated on the fringes of Snowdonia National Park, where the mountains drop dramatically into a beautiful estuary, making it one of the most scenic spots in the UK, truly known as the place where ‘the mountains meet the sea’. Its beach is long and sandy, perfect for lots of water activities – but big enough to wander off enjoying more peaceful surroundings.

The dramatic backdrop forms part of the old town, and as you wind up the the narrow pathways and lanes you pass many houses buillt ‘on the rock’, from where there are magnificent view of Cardigan Bay and some of the best walking trails in Wales. For a gentler stroll, the spectacular Barmouth Bridge spans the estuary and is the starting point of the Mawddach Trail, which continues up the estuary as far as Dolgellau.

Nearby you can find many activities such as mountain biking at Coed y Brenin forest, where there are also other walking trails – or maybe try your hand on the ‘Go Ape’ tree circuit also found at Coed y Brenin. For many of our visitors, just enjoying the tranquility of one of the many magnificent walking trails is enough to renew the spirits!

Within an hour’s drive are Harlech Castle, Shell Island, Portmeirion (Scenic village and setting for the TV series “The Prisoner”), the Roman Steps near Cwm Bychan Lake, picturesque Talyllyn Lake and Railway, and the Centre for Alternative Technology, and – for the adrenalin seekers – the zipwire at Blaenau Ffestiniog!

but for some, just sipping a coffee on the harbour front is enough activity for the day……

Location

Contact Us

Lawrenny Lodge, Aberamffra Road, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1SU

Tel: 01341 280466    Email: enquiries@lawrennylodge.co.uk