Friday, 3 July 2020

Golwg-y-Mor, Tywyn, Snowdonia, Gwynedd (Sleeps 1-4)


Just 10 yards from the beach, Golwg-y-Mor is perfectly situated for a quiet relaxing holiday or an active break. The safe, sandy beach stretches for miles along Cardigan Bay. 

You can watch spectacular sunsets over the sea, the dolphins tumbling past or at night the moon lighting up the sky and seas. You can climb up Cadair Idris (a few miles distant) or stroll along the seafront. You can fish, windsurf or just relax.

Golwg-y-Mor means ‘sea view’ and, this is exactly what you get. There cannot be many houses in the UK where you are more aware of the sea’s presence.

Tywyn is an old fashioned seaside town. As well as the miles of sandy beach there is a leisure centre with a swimming pool in the town, along with crazy golf.

Sea fishing is very popular, with bass, monkfish, and rays all being caught locally. A well-stocked tackle shop, just yards from the property, hires out any equipment you may need.

No trip to the seaside is complete without ice cream. Just one minute’s drive out of Tywyn is the famous Halo Ice Cream factory. Their delicious honey flavoured ice cream is only available at the factory.

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