|Minimum Stay||3 - 6 nights|
Tymawr is a large Victorian Country House, set in the foothills of Snowdonia. The house has superb views of surrounding countryside overlooking Tywyn and Cardigan Bay. Within easy walking distance of Tywyn and the seafront and just 4 miles from picturesque Aberdyfi with its beautiful sandy beach, famous links golf course, restaurants and shops.
Tymawr is a lovely, comfortable family house with seven bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and ample space for relaxing and entertaining.
Spacious grounds and the surrounding hill farm provide further scope for adventure - with the farmers permission of course.
Ideal for family get togethers, reunions, golfing, walking, cycling, country ramblers and just getting away from it all.
Family Attractions : The Talyllyn Railway is a historic narrow-gauge steam railway, set in the beautiful Mid-Wales countryside. Running from Tywyn to Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol, the line passes the delightful Dolgoch Falls and there are excellent forest walks at Nant Gwernol.
King Arthur’s Labyrinth & Corris Craft Centre
Hear stories of dragons, of giants, of battles, of treachery and of floods with stunning sound and light effects - enthralling for all ages.
Sailing: Dovey Yacht Club
Visitors are most welcome to Dovey Yacht Club. Membership application forms can be downloaded as a pdf document and are also available at the Clubhouse. If you are visiting Aberdovey for a short period you can take out a temporary membership.
Local activities : RSPB, Ynys-hir
The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. We rely upon memberships and donations to fund our work.
Centre for Alternative Technology
Our Visitor Centre is open seven days a week. Interactive displays show global issues such as energy generation and transport, and practical, everyday solutions for everyone.
Go Mid Wales
Thinking of visiting Mid Wales? It's a magical place with a unique expanse of breathtaking mountains, spectacular coastline and unspoilt countryside
Tymawr Estate was purchased by my great grandfather in 1870 and my great Uncle lived at Tymawr for 94 years ! I go there as often as I can and was Captain of Aberdovey Golf Club in 2011.
Robin Shuker purchased this house in 1870
The house retains much of the character from a bygone era and there many very old family photos showing what life was like many years ago. It also has all the 'mod cons' with large rooms to accomodate large parties etc
There are wonderful sunsets and idyllic to watch the sun go down from this secluded spot - drink in hand!
My family had an amazing time staying at Tymawr in Tywyn, Wales. The house was perfect for our large extended family. The dining room table was great as all of us could gather for nightly meals. The front lawn was perfect for badminton, volleyball, and wiffleball. The town and the beach were both in walking distance. We were able to take advantage of the wonderful activities in the surrounding area as well including: golf, walking in the hills, riding the narrow guage railway up the mountain, visits to castles and castle ruins, sailing, pony trekking....the list is endless. I would highly recommend a family holiday in Wales at Tymawr.
An ideal house for a large group with many improvements and enhancements over the eleven years. Situation is lovely with view down to sea. Excellent in evening sun in good weather. Flat lawn good for boules and croquet.
Caretakers extremely friendly and helpful and the house is always very clean and well ordered.
A beautiful area of the country and if the weather is reasonable cannot be beaten.
Favorites are:beach between Aberdovey and Tywyn; Tal-y-llyn; walks along river to Bailey Bridge; above Dolgoch and Rhydyrhonen; river to Abergynolwyn; Castell-y-Bere and Aberdovey itself (crabbing).
Trains and swimming pool good for wet weather.
The Snowdonia national park includes the second highest mountain in Britain as well as miles of uncrowded sandy beaches. There is abundant wildlife, and sporting activities include swimming, surfing, fishing, golf, shooting, climbing and sailing. Rich in history the area includes some of Britain's most scenic medieval castles within an hour's drive. The nearby village of Aberdovey retains a traditional charm, and friendliness, set at the mouth of the Dovey river and looking west across Cardigan Bay towards Ireland. It has several pubs, an award winning hotel-restaurant as well as a range of shops for all needs. Visitors can enjoy public tennis courts, a links golf course, sailing club, fishing expeditions from the jetty and riverboat tours.
Golf: Golf Courses?Situated between the coastal dunes of Aberdovey beach and the Cambrian Mountains lies Aberdovey golf course. This 6,454 yard challenge is a hidden gem of a traditional seaside links course. Over the years the Club's 18 holes, which are steeped in over 100 years of golfing history, have hosted many championships including more recently the British Ladies' Home Internationals and the regular home of the Welsh Seniors' Championship.
The county of Gwynedd boasts 3 of the Top 100 courses in the UK: An hour North from Aberdovey by road finds the excellent Championship links of Royal St David's in Harlech. A further 45 minutes from there brings you to Nefyn & District Golf Club.
When Aberdovey and these courses are combined with the three further charming courses at Abersoch, Porthmadog and Pwllheli, there are clearly abundant opportunities for golfers to enjoy differing challenges in a variety of locations.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
Oct Half term
22 Oct 2016 - 29 Oct 2016
Changeover Day: Saturday
6 night minimum stay
for 6 nights
5 Nov 2016 - 17 Dec 2016
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
We require a non refundable deposit of 30 % on booking and the balance to be paid in full 6 weeks before your visit.
Cost includes Linen but not towels, Central Heating if required is £150 per week or £85 for the weekend.
Call to discuss requests for weekend or week rates - 07803 610684