The Bae Abermaw was re opened for business on the 11th March 2013. It has been refurbished and brought back to life by a local resident who saw the beauty and history behind the hotel.
The Bae Abermaw is open all year round and is known as one of the most elegant detached Victorian properties in the area and is surrounded by beautiful gardens and views that are truly spectacular and breath- taking all year round. With a dark stoned exterior and a beautiful fresh feeling of glossy wooden floors, white walls and linen on the interior the hotel truly offers a relaxing feel for the more discerning guest. The lounge and gardens offer not only drinks but a gorgeous view of the Mawddach estuary and surrounding seaside views.
Bae Abermaw – Restaurant
The Bae Abermaw restaurant is open to both residents and non residents for evening meals. The restaurant is open every night of the week from 6:30 and the last booking is 8:30. Children are welcome with their own menu available. Booking is recommended particularly at weekends and bank holidays. Call 01341 280550. See our sample menus (subject to change) Main Menu - Breakfast
Barmouth is situated on the west coast of North Wales and at the south west corner of Snowdonia National Park, it has been said that it is one of the most beautiful parks in Britain. Barmouth itself lies between a mountain range and the beautiful sea on the mouth of the river Mawddach. On the road between Barmouth and Dolgellau there can be amazing views of the estuary, it’s worth a stop on the lay-bys just to take a look at the breath taking views.
Whilst visiting Barmouth be sure to see the old town with its steep steps and slate-roofed cottages on the side of a mountain. Enjoy its beautiful harbours, old and new. Why not also take a walk across the spectacular ‘Barmouth bridge’ which goes across the beautiful estuary and leads onto the Mawddach trail, which is very popular with the locals as well as the sporting bike lovers and walkers.
Places of interest
There are many small towns and villages for you to explore whilst on your visit to Barmouth. Dolgellau and Harlech are approximately 10 miles out of Barmouth. If you fancy travelling further afield why not explore the old famous village Portmeirion which is situated between Porthmadog and Penrhyndeudraeth. For more information on places of interest please see the links page.