Situated right on the seafront in Tywyn, between Aberdovey and Barmouth, west Wales, these two bed self-catering apartments offer uninterrupted views of Cardigan Bay to the west and the valleys and hills of Bro Dysynni, which form the south-western corner of the Snowdonia National Park, to the east. If you are looking for a holiday in Wales, then Tywyn represents an ideal location to explore the best of what this country has to offer.

The area is renowned for its natural beauty providing an ideal location for walkers, cyclists, climbers, fishing, surfing, sailing, kite boarding, bird spotting, golfing, and horse riding. Craig yr Aderyn, in the Dysynni valley, is a popular site for climbers offering 35 different routes of varying levels of difficulty. Is a gentle walk more your scene? There are a myriad of marked trails nearby which will appeal to both the enthusiast and those seeking a more family-friendly experience.

The nearby Dolgoch Waterfalls and Broad Water Lagoon have always proved popular with visitors and the famous Talyllyn Railway and Railway Museum is only a short walk from your holiday apartment.

If a more relaxing holiday is what you have in mind, then you may be interested to learn that the name Tywyn is derived from the Welsh words for beach or dune and Tywyn does not disappoint, boasting a Blue Flag beach (www.goodbeachguide.co.uk) which stretches five-miles to Aberdyfi in the south. Keep an eye out for dolphins and porpoises - it's not unusual to see them on a daily basis in pods of up to 20 from early Spring through till Autumn, and so prepare yourselves a picnic, from your own self-catering apartment, and stake yourself a spot on the beach.

Do you have little ones to keep amused? Tywyn's leisure park is right behind the apartment and there is a children's play area next door together with a tearoom. Grab yourself something warm to drink, and maybe a snack, and sit and watch as your children burn-off some energy.

Is a gentle stroll more your scene? Take a walk along Tywyn's beach to Aberdyfi and visit the Lifeboat Station or spend a few hours crabbing from the pier. Do you want to explore the spectacular scenery but don't fancy the peaks of Cader Idris? Consider the effortless Mawddach Trail. This walk has been featured in Julia Bradbury's 'Great Railway Walks' programme and was voted probably the best short cycle ride in Wales by the Guardian. Visit Llywelyn the Great's Castell y Bere stronghold built on a rocky plateau with views of Cadair Idris or take a trip to Fairbourne's mysterious Blue Lake as seen on the BBC's Secret Britain.

Looking for something a bit more organised? Tywyn's AC Adventures (01654 711389) offer tailored activity breaks including climbing, gorge walking, mountain biking, navigation skills training - and more. Laserfun Wales are on your doorstep and offer team-based games where you get the opportunity to shoot your friends, or even better, other members of your family in a variety of battle-type scenarios.

Fancy strutting your stuff? The Tywyn Wurlitzer (Wales' only Wurlitzer organ) houses regular concerts and dances. Originally installed at Granada studios in 1937 it now boasts pride of place at Tywyn's Neuadd Pendre. There are monthly concerts attracting some of the countries most talented Wurlitzer performers.

Need something to do on a rainy day? Llanfair Slate Caverns and King Arthur's Labyrinth are perfect places to visit when the weather has let you down.

Fancy venturing further afield? Snowdon is only 60 minutes by car and the beautiful Coed Y Brenin Wood, with miles of mountain bike & walking tracks, is just 30 minutes drive. Visit the coastal towns of Barmouth, Harlech, with its famous castle, and Pwllheli. Spend a day as the "Prisoner" and explore the Italianate village of Portmeirion - "I am not a number. I am a free man." For more information on all of Snowdonia's attractions visit the Snowdonia guide or find a leaflet in your holiday accommodation.

Want to expand the mind? The Centre for Alternative Technology has over 7 acres of hands-on displays and gardens to explore.

Fancy a day without the car? Let the train take the strain. The Cambrian Trailways are a series of leaflets promoting car-free access to this spectacular part of Wales. All leaflets are available in your holiday accommodation. Alternatively, view our Snowdonia car-free holiday blog.

Still can't find anything to tickle your fancy? Give Tywyn's Tourist Information Centre, in the High Street, a visit, or a call on 01654 710070.

We haven't forgotten! Why would anyone book a seaside holiday without a fabulous beach? Tywyn boasts a 'Blue Flag' sandy beach so don't forget that bucket & spade for that quintessentially British holiday experience and as the day draws to a close take a romantic stroll at sunset along the Victorian promenade; the sunsets really are glorious. Keep an eye-out for dolphines and porpoise - it's not unusual to see them on a daily basis in pods of up to 20 from early Spring through till Autumn as Cardigan Bay is home to one of only two breeding groups of Bottle-nosed Dolphins around the UK coast. Don't take our word for it - the Daily Telegraph's Alf Anderson wrote:

I think this is about as good as a British beach gets,

and who are we to argue.

Have a look at our Discover Tywyn Guide which is packed with stuff to fill your week. You can view the guide online or download a copy.

Whatever your holiday plans, we have it covered.


Self Catering Accommodation Details

We have a double and a twin room with a guest bed and can sleep five.

Shower over bath.

Accommodation Facilities
Fridge, Freezer, Digital TV, DvD Player, Electric Radiators (number 18) / Storage Heaters (number 17), Oven & Hob.

Accommodation Parking
Off-road private parking at rear of property.

Travel Cot and High Chair

Bed Linen
Provided but please bring your own towels.

Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the building.

Wi-Fi is available in both apartments. wi-fi

Please note that both apartments are on the third floor and Trem Enlli does not benefit from a lift.

Unfortunately, our lease does not permit us to accommodate pets. Sorry!


We haven't forgotten. We are right next to the beach! The video below showcases the magnificent golden strand between Aberdovey and Tywyn. Trem Enlli makes an appearance at 5.30 minutes.

Please note that both apartments are on the third floor and Trem Enlli does not benefit from a lift.