Hotels in Barmouth offer guests a great spot for getting out and exploring the North West of Wales, an area of tremendous natural beauty and an enclave of traditional Welsh culture. From views over the Irish Sea from sandy beaches to rustic pubs in Barmouth, hotels in the area give guests much to see and do.
While Barmouth came to prominence in Wales and the United Kingdom because of industry, the town has become a resort destination in recent years. Guests flock to Barmouth hotels from all over the country, but especially the West Midlands, for beach holidays in the summer.
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While Barmouth has much to see, a primary draw of the town comes from its position on the coast of the Irish Sea. The waters near Barmouth come alive with activity during the summer, as many travel from miles around for water sports fun. Barmouth is also the starting point for the Three Peaks Yacht Race, in which competitors sail up the coast and scale three mountains in the process.
The town of Barmouth also has several landmarks and historic buildings for visitors to explore, including the Ty Crwn prison and tower house, the latter of which dates to mediaeval times.
Premier Inn hotels in Barmouth allow guests to see the best of the town and surrounding area while staying in comfort. Book hotels online with the Premier Inn online booking system to get your trip started.
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