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Hendre Mynach Caravan Park can be found ¾ mile north of Barmouth along the A496 on the seaward side. Note that you cannot reach us by car by driving along the promenade.
By train: walk along the promenade for about 20 minutes and cross the railway to the site by skate park on the public footpath. Access the site by the gate. Please check in at reception before setting up your tent.
By car: Barmouth is only 2-3 hours drive from the Midlands and Liverpool area, and major roads link the resort from the A55 and M56 in the north on to the A494; the M6 and M54 from the Midlands and A470 from the south.
The Snowdonia National Park is right on the doorstep with the foothills of Cadair Idris just 10 miles away by car. The famous and beautiful Mawddach Estuary stretches from Barmouth to Dolgellau. You can drive down to Dolgellau and back up again to Fairbourne or walk or cycle down the footpath along the old railway line, starting by crossing the famous Barmouth Bridge, from which there are spectacular views of the estuary, an ideal site for bird-watching. Within 10 miles of the caravan park there are two golf courses, sea,river and lake fishing, pony trekking, sailing, Harlech swimming pool, Harlech Castle, Fairbourne Miniature Railway and mountain biking. Further afield there is the famous Portmeirion Italianate Village, Caernarfon Castle and much much more.
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