Holiday cottages in Fairbourne are perfectly positioned for a relaxing break by the ocean with Snowdonia National Park on your doorstep. This sleepy village lies on Barmouth Bay, on a spectacular stretch of the North Wales coast. Fairbourne’s two-mile beach is a paradise for sunbathing and swimming, with a huge expanse of golden sand at low tide. The northern end of the bay meets Mawddach Estuary, while further south, the beach is backed by towering cliffs and steep pebble banks and fronted by a series of Second World War tank traps known as Dragon’s Teeth. The west-facing stretch of the beach is a popular spot for surfing, sailing and windsurfing. A narrow-gauge railway runs to the end of the beach, where you can board a passenger ferry to the charming resort of Barmouth, which sits on the opposite side of the estuary.


This 18th century stone built coastal cottage is located in the village of Fairbourne close to Barmouth and Cardigan Bay on the west coast of Wales a the southern end of the Snowdonia National Park. It can sleep five people in three bedrooms.

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Wander into the town centre from your Gwynedd holiday cottage in Fairbourne and you will discover a laid-back community with a variety of independent shops and a handful of excellent places to eat and drink. The Penrhyn Bar and Grill is a good bet, serving tasty steaks and burgers just behind the beach. Much of the town’s layout if the work of Sir Arthur McDougall, who made his fortune with self-raising flour and developed Fairbourne as a seaside resort for residents of the Midlands during the 19th century. A day in Barmouth is a must on self-catering holidays in Fairbourne. With its candy floss stands, nostalgic amusements and donkey rides along the beach, this classic resort is perfect for a fun-filled day by the sea. Fairbourne is also ideally located for discovering the shimmering lakes and snowy mountains of Snowdonia National Park, while a short drive northward, the rugged Llyn Peninsula is home to spectacular coastal walks and pristine, secluded beaches.