bed and breakfast, holiday cottage, bird rock and cader idris in snowdonia

Around Tyn-yr-Eithin B&B and Cottage in Snowdonia

Tyn-yr-Eithin lies at the edge of the village of Bryncrug in the south of the Snowdonia National Park in Wales, 2 miles from the seaside resort of Tywyn.

  • beautiful mountain views
  • in the Snowdonia National Park
  • close to Aberdovey and Cardigan Bay
  • private parking

Tyn-yr-Eithin is surrounded by farmland, with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and fields. The popular former fishing village of Aberdovey is close by, and there are numerous attractions and activities that you can enjoy during your stay.

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Bird Rock & Cader Idris from Tyn-yr-Eithin

Attractions Around Tyn-yr-Eithin

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Things To Do and Places To Visit around Tyn-yr-Eithin

There are many activities to try in the area including walking, mountain biking and climbing. Choose a peaceful lakeside or valley walk, or ramble up one of the paths to the top of Cader Idris, the highest local mountain.

Mountain bikers will relish the challenge of the tracks at the Coed y Brenin Mountain Biking Centre to the north of Dolgellau. Climbers have a choise of local climbs including routes up Bird Rock (Craig y Aderyn). There are facilities for walkers and mountain bikers at Tyn-yr-Eithin including drying facilities and bike storage. Packed lunches are also available if ordered the night before.

Nature lovers can take in the stunning local scenary and may get a glimpe of the local wildlife including birds such as the barn owl that nests nearby, and woodpeckers. Near Machynlleth there is an RSPB bird reserve at Ynys hir, and the Dyfi Osprey Project. There is excellent salmon and trout fishing in the River Dysynni which runs through the valley.

The nearby town of Tywyn offers many attractions. There is a safe, sandy beach ideal for swimming, windsurfing, canoeing and boating. Other facilities near the sea front include tennis courts and an 18 hole putting green. In Tywyn Town Centre there is a lovely indoor heated swimming pool and leisure centre, a refurbished cinema, and not forgetting the famous Talyllyn Narrow Gauge Railway.

It is a 5 minute walk to the local village pub, and there are plenty of places to eat out in the area.

See our 'Find Us' page for a location map and route planner.

Contact Details

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For more information or to arrange your stay contact Maureen Shambrook at:

Tyn-yr-Eithin, Bryncrug, Tywyn, Gwynedd, Snowdonia, LL36 9LF. UK

01654 711823