A popular seaside resort for the summer weeks, swelling to some 10,000, for most of the rest of the year it is a peaceful harbour town set in one of the most spectacular estuaries in Britain.
Barmouth itself gets a few mentions in documents of the 16th century.
Fortunately, the harbour has not had the 'marina makeover' yet so it very much retains its traditional feel.
Llwyngloddaeth offers a unique opportunity to acquire a modernised stone built cottage with a history dating back approximately 400 years, which is full of character, together with The Barn at Llwyngloddaeth which is let for holidays and produces a valuable income.
Barmouth is the venue for the annual Barmouth Beach Race, a motocross event.
Usually taking place on the last weekend in October, the event sees riders take part in beach racing, using a temporary motocross course constructed on the beach.
The town has a RNLI lifeboat station with a Visitors' Centre with shop and viewing gallery.
Many prints and engravings of Barmouth survive from this period.Both properties are built of traditional stone and enjoy an idylic location. The properties stand in approximately 9 acres of land including Stabling which has 2 Loose Boxes, Tack Room and Hay Barn. Over 200 riders typically take part in this event, with spectators attending free of charge.The event attracts champion riders from England and Wales.
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