Apartment in Tywyn, near Aberdovey, Gwynedd, Snowdonia, Wales - Panoramic sea views, easy access to beach and town, magnificent sunsets, dolphin sightings possible.
Why Anna Campion chose Tywyn
We loved the sea views and the easy access to beach, town and many places of interest.
What makes this Apartment unique
Lovely sea views and a balcony
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Amazing view in a lovely property
We had a perfect short break in Tywyn. The property has a great location, has an amazing view and is quite near by some of the best attractions from Snowdonia.
The apartments is comfy, warm and in the kitchen we found everything that we needed.
Also if you are stuck inside in the rainy days you can find some good books and movies + wifi. Very thoughtful!
We had a great holiday in Tywyn and we are planning to go again.
Who needs the French Riviera
Having previously been to Tywyn, both with our caravan and for day trips, we knew what to expect, amazing views, clean uncrowded beaches and walks in the countryside and mountains around.
This time we wanted a bit more comfort and this apartment was just what we needed. It is a decent size, has a great view of the sea and easy to wander down to the beach to enjoy a bit of sunbathing and sandcastle building whenever you fancy. The balcony off the bedroom, overlooking the sea, was much used and a great place to enjoy our morning coffee.
The apartment is also just round the corner from one of the best little parks I know, which has a children's play area, a small café, tennis courts, skittles, crazy golf etc. great for keeping our 11 year old happy. We took our tennis rackets but these can be hired if required.
It always amazes me how Aberdovey gets so overcrowded, usually hard to find a parking space even in the quite expensive carpark, when just a few miles more brings you to Tywyn where you can always park (Free of charge at the moment though it looks like a ticket machine has been recently installed in the corner of the beach front carparks.) OK the beach at Tywyn is not so sandy and when the tide is in any beach left is mostly pebbles but when the tide goes out there is plenty of sand and plenty of space.
The town centre is a good, but easily manageable walk, from the apartment and has a decent range of small shops as well as a Spar and Co-op for general food shopping.
The railway station is also convenient and one day we decided to catch the train up the coast to Barmouth. Splendid sea views from the train as well as going over the bridge which spans the estuary at Barmouth. We then walked back over the bridge and picked up the train at Fairbourne for the return journey. If you go to the chip shop near the station at Fairbourne make sure you leave plenty of time as the food is cooked to order and can take longer than is comfrtable.
All in all we were never stuck for things to do and the apartment served us well. We would definitely stay there again as there is plenty we didn't get round to this time.
Apartment with views
A lovely apartment home from home .Great location views are amazing can't wait to stay here again
Our stay @ No.1
Upon entering the front porch,there were 5 key safe 's & not numbered, as stated in information-so eventually found No.1. Very musty smell in hallways-not very welcoming,& dark in apartment doorway-however,what a wonderful view & position from both windows & balcony.
The apartment was clean & cosy,perfect for 2.
Bed very comfortable,but- beware bed side mats-very slippy on laminate flooring!
Bathroom really needs some heating & bath took forever to fill.
We re-cycled the rubbish as requested-a" cheeky ask" with no bags provided ,not even for pedal bin in the kitchen,& quite tricky going down stairs with it.
Finally only one light working on cooker hood.
The position & views make this apartment,but with some adjustments it would be much improved.
Overall an enjoyable stay.
Amazing views for an amazing week
We had a brilliant time staying here! The views were amazing and we saw a great sunset every evening from the comfort of the balcony.
Perfect location for travelling to new places but also for exploring tywyn and visiting the railway.
The apartment was clean and tidy and had everything we needed, thank you!
Fantastic views , lovely apartment , well situated . Clean modern and welcoming. We will stay again
Trem Enlli apartment overlooks the seafront promenade and sandy beach in the popular seaside resort of Tywyn and offers a variety of watersports including surfing and fishing. Nearby Aberdovey, 4 miles away, is a well known windsurfing and sailing centre.The beach and all its pleasures are simply a few metres away.
The nearest airport would be Birmingham
Tywyn has a mainline British Rail station with connections from Birmingham among others and is ideal for those preferring not to come by car. The beautiful coastline can be explored by train, north to Barmouth, Harlech with its famous castle, and the Italianate village of Portmeirion and south to Machynlleth, home to the Centre for Alternative Technology and on to Aberysytwyth and beyond. There is also a comprehensive bus service in the area.
Tywyn is a 10 minute walk, 3 minute drive.
Aberdovey is a 10 minute drive.
Machynlleth is a 20 minute drive.
Tywyn is a popular seaside resort with a seafront promenade and sandy beach, ideal for swimming, sunbathing, watersports and fishing. If offers a wide variety of shops including supermarkets, cafes, pubs and restaurants, a leisure centre with indoor swimming pool and comprehensive sports facilities and a cinema showing a varied programme of films. There is also a health centre, hospital, library, post office and several churches.
Along the promenade there are hard and grass tennis courts, putting green, crazy golf, crown green bowls and a large children's play area with tearoom. The promenade is a perfect place to potter along, taking in the spectacular sea views or just watching the world go by.
The area boasts breathtaking mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, crystal clear lakes and cascading waterfalls and offers something for everyone.
There are endless opportunities for walking, across the sands to Aberdovey or along the Mawddach Trail along one of the UK's most spectacular estuaries, or up Cader Idris from where Ireland can be seen on a clear day. Alternatively there are designated cycle routes for the cycling enthusiast, into the natural beauty of the Snowdonia National Park or along the glorious coast road to Fairbourne and beyond.
The famous Talyllyn steam railway begins its journey here taking passengers on a scenic journey up the valley to the stunning Dolgoch Falls or on to the slate mining village of Abergynolwyn. Nearby Cregennan Lakes offers stunning views of the Mawddach estuary and Bird Rock, while Machynlleth is home to the Centre for Alternative Technology. Both are close by while several castles, gardens, museums and family parks are all within comfortable driving distance.
Tywyn is definitely a unique and exciting holiday destination.