2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2nd floor apartment with stunning estuary views.
About David Brown
Heather and David have been married for 23 years. In 2009 we moved to Barmouth in north Wales to take over Bryn Melyn Guest House and took it to number 1 on Tripadvisor. In 2018 we re-imagined Bryn Melyn as self catering apartments and look forward to many more years welcoming guests to this stunning part of Snowdonia.
David Brown purchased this Apartment in 2009
Why David Brown chose Barmouth
Bryn Melyn is situated on a hillside on the edge of Barmouth in the Snowdonia National Park. Despite being just 10 minutes walk to the cafes, bars and restaurants of this vibrant seaside resort it enjoys a quiet, peaceful location. It is the views, however, that set Bryn Melyn apart. Each apartment enjoys stunnning far-reaching views across the beautiful Mawddach Estuary, out to Cardigan Bay and across to the Cadair range of mountains.
What makes this Apartment unique
Bryn Melyn is an Edwardian house with a 1970s extension that enjoys one of the best locations on the Mawddach Estuary. Being so close to the amenities of Barmouth is fantastically convenient and yet the house sits in a gloriously peaceful setting with usually just the sound of birdsong to disturb you. It really does offer the best of both worlds - the facilities of a vibrant seaside resort with the tranquility of the countryside.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Ideal for exploring and relaxing
Myself & my friend came for a long weekend & we can’t recommend it enough. Decorated to a lovely standard & an absolutely ideal place to stay. Wonderful views,hot tub a great bonus after a walk. We will definitely be back!
'Where the mountains meet the sea'... That's how Barmouth is often described and it's not hard to see why. Nestling at the foot of the Rhinog mountain range in southern Snowdonia and in the shadow of Cadair Idris Barmouth also stands at the mouth of one of the most scenic estuaries in Europe - the Mawddach. Traditionally a family seaside resort its vast, empty beach simply beckons you to take your shoes and socks off and go paddling whilst the town itself has seen considerable investment in recent years and is now one of the most vibrant resorts on the Welsh coast. A healthy (independent) retail scene with 60 shops, a multitude of cafes and coffee-shops and a a variety of good-quality restaurants and characterful pubs have put Barmouth well and truly back on the holiday map. Barmouth is now an all-year-round centre offering excellent access to the whole of Snowdonia and much of mid-Wales. It is especially good for walkers and hikers with easy access to some serious mountains and a number of excellent trails starting from the town itself.