Arbour Hotel

Address: Barmouth, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in Barmouth, is near Llywernog Silver-Lead Mine.
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      Travel Blogs from Barmouth

      Drive to Wales for a train ride

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 03, 2015

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... sheep, we went under 4 stone arch bridges, over one viaduct and stopped at 6 stations. Sometimes we picked up or dropped off passengers who went for walks into the hills. We even had a 20 stop at the penultimate station for refreshments - Jessamy and Keely had an icecream (unbelieveable), the rest of us had a hot drink (much smarter).

      After the train ride it was only 5PM but getting quite dark, It was a fairly "hairy" drive for another hour over to Aberystwyth. Narrow ...

      From Manchester to Aberystwyth Wales

      A travel blog entry by mnasega on Nov 07, 2014

      50 photos

      This week, we did a road trip across Wales. Today we travel from Manchester to Aberystwyth Wales.

      Manchester
      Conwy
      Beaumaris
      Caernarfon
      Criccieth
      Harlech
      Aberystwyth

      Beautiful Castles and participating in Remembrance (Veteran's) Day across Wales/UK.

      Enjoy,
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      Urban downhill mountain bike event. New Quay

      A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Nov 02, 2014

      21 photos

      A fun weekend in New Quay to end the season. Halloween events on Friday, fireworks on the pier and the urban downhill event. The Main Street is closed for the brave cyclists to career from a field above the car park,weaving their way down narrow alleys,down steps and over ramps and all this in under 2 minutes! For once the dolphins were taking second place and the fishermen went on with their daily tasks oblivious to the goings on on ...

      Wales, Northern Ireland, and trip electronics

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 03, 2014

      10 photos

      ... in their picture gallery as fans and visitors.

      In Gaelic, "Cheers." The Brits, Scots, Welsh, Irish, all use it for a ubiquitous greeting, meaning hello, thanks, pardon me, bless you, Have a Good Day.

      In Ireland the grave of William Butler Yeats. Norma's favorite poem of his is "The Second Coming."

      Navigation help is vital to getting around major cities you've never been in before, frequently at ...

      Balmy Barmouth

      A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Sep 14, 2014

      5 photos

      ... village only to find the group again looking very lost as the signs for the footpath had sent them off down a dead end. Eventually we found the correct route and for a while I walked with them but they are 'long distance' walkers and their aim is to walk huge distances very quickly. I like to dawdle quite a bit and look at the scenery, the birds and the flowers. The final part of this path ran along the back of the beach, across a marsh and then over the river ...

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