Built in 1859, originally being a horse-drawn tram-road, making it the first narrow-gauge railway in Mid-Wales.
A short promo video of Barmouth with music and photographs.
The Brecon Mountain Railway, “Rheilffordd Mynydd Brycheiniog”, is located on the edge of The Brecon Beacons National Park in South-East Wales, three miles north of Merthyr Tydfil. It runs five miles along mountain, lake and forest scenery, including the whole of the Pontsticill Reservoir, before ending its journey at Torpantau.
A beautiful nine-mile return journey beside Bala Lake.
The Royal Ship Hotel, based in the centre of Dolgellau offers 23 newly refurbished bedrooms and will put Dolgellau on the map for many years to come.
This is your “Home away from Home” from the moment you arrive right up until it’s time to leave. Where complete rest and relaxation are guaranteed. Immerse yourself in the historic – yet relaxed charm, combined by a certain “bon viveur” that is the epitome of Country House Living – the epitome of Plas Tan-Yr-Allt.
Running seven and a quarter miles along the beautiful Fathew Valley from the seaside town of Tywyn.
Precipice Walk offers panoramic views of the Mawddach river below and on towards the mountains.
Taking visitors from Fairbourne to the shores of the Mawddach Estuary for a hundred years.
A friendly family run guest house in a superb position with breathtaking mountain views.