Barmouth Bay Holiday Park
Caravan and lodges at Barmouth Bay Holiday Park
Plunge into total relaxation in the wonderfully large indoor heated pool. Here you’ll also find a children's play pool, which promises to make a splash, whatever the weather! The beautiful and quiet beach on your doorstep ensures that sinking into holiday mode is easy, with picturesque views where the mountain meets the sea. Challenge the family to a game on the multi-use sports court and let the little ones burn some energy at the well equipped outdoor adventure playground.
Dust off those hiking boots and enjoy panoramic views of Snowdonia National Park. Or try out the park's historic Snowdon Mountain Railway, which climbs to the summit of Wales's highest mountain, Mount Snowdon, offering views across the sea to Ireland. Barmouth Bay is just a stones throw from many more amenities and attractions, such as Harlech Castle, a deep mine tour at Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Greenwood Forest park and King Arthurs Labyrinth, which are sure to be a unique and memorable day out!
Barmouth Bay is conveniently close to some delicious eatery options, from seaside fish and chips to freshly cooked Italian cuisine. The park is also close to a few supermarkets, so cooking up a feast is as simple as it would be at home! Barmouth Bay continues to maintain a secluded, fresh and relaxed setting whilst bursting with things to do.
Holiday Home Ownership
The park offers a wide selection of new and used holiday homes for sale from caravans to lodges from leading manufacturers
The local town of Barmouth is only a few minutes drive from the park, and offers bars, cafes and restaurants plus so much more.
From the M1 or the M6, follow directions towards Wales/Telford/Wolverhampton/Shrewsbury/A5 and then head West towards Snowdonia National Park. Barmouth Bay Holiday Park is around 90 minutes drive from motorway.