Min-y-mor Hotel

Address: Marine Promenade, Barmouth, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales, LL42 1HW, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Marine Promenade, Barmouth, is near Barmouth Slabs.
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      Travel Blogs from Barmouth

      Day 17 - Snowdonia

      A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 17, 2015

      21 photos

      ... the place and had such a local connection as well. When you see the size of some of the caverns it's hard to imagine that it was almost all done by hand - hand drilling holes, packing in gunpowder, hoping the fuse didn't blow too early (as did happen to three unfortunately men) and then transporting the slate by hand to the carts that would take it out of the mountain. The tour is fairly well-lit throughout, and at one point they turn the lights out to give you an idea ...

      Drive to Wales for a train ride

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

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... be sure that we were there by the final scheduled train at 2PM. It rained the whole way. It seems to rain when we are drving and blue sky when we walk around on this trip so far, And guess waht? It stopped raining and the clouds cleared just before we got there. The drive was relatively uneventful, the highlights being going over the Severn River Bridge into Wales and cars parked in villages virtually blocking the lane.

      As we arrived nearly two hours early for the train we took ...

      A Wet Walk

      A travel blog entry by jamestug on Dec 09, 2014

      17 photos

      ... as trees reached out over the rapids of the river, across wooden bridges and even passed through a thick fir forest. It was a truly amazing walk that Anne and I enjoyed so much. It was so surreal and so sensory that we had such a great time. Passing Miners Bridge, a wooden ramp over the white water of the river, we came to a new track that was more bogged by the rain. The going became tougher and less scenic. Eventually we reached a small hut and cut up towards the road, ...

      Balmy Barmouth

      A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Sep 14, 2014

      5 photos

      ... br> After the interminable, unchanging beauty of the Pembrokeshire coastline it is lovely to have varied scenery. At Barmouth there is a narrow coastal plain (probably only a few hundred metres wide) onto which has to fit the town, the railway line, the road and the campsite, then behind us the hills rise steeply. The hills are wooded in some places and as autumn is suddenly on us, the trees are just starting to change colour. Above the trees there are ...

      Climbing Tryfan Bach

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Mar 12, 2014

      1 photo

      Keen to do some more route bagging in preparation for our SPA we headed to Craig Caseg Fraith Isaf, which had lots of fairly short routes for our grades. We had a lovely sunny day and managed to get lots of routes done. After some lunch we moved on to Tryfan Bach, a nice big slab of rock taking 2 pitches to sail up. I think I placed 1 bit of gear up for the entire climb! It was so slabby you could pretty much just scramble up it hands and feet. Another good days climbing!
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