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Y Branwen Hotel
"Good Points: Staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Pre-booked a suprise birthday cake before stay and was presented at evening meal as requested! Bad Points: Prawns in main meal ..." More

Estuary Lodge
"Good Points: Very comfortable bed. Bad Points: Bathroom door lets the room down. General review: Made to feel very welcome.

Date visited: 2009-08-25 ..." More

Estuary Lodge
"Good Points: immaculate.. General review: cannot fault it room was immaculate,staff very friendly and food was superb

Date visited: 2007-09-26 ..." More

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At the edge of the Snowdonian foothills in Gwynedd in North Wales and on the edge of Cardiagn Bay lies the historic town of Harlech looking out westwards toward the Lleyn Peninsula. Famed for its medieval fortress built in the 13th century by Edward I as part of his “iron ring” of fortresses built to subdue the Welsh. Harlech Castle is situated high upon a rocky outcrop, its seaward side defended by sheer cliffs, while a deep moat protected the other sides and today it still provides and excellent viewpoint that dominates the town. The beach and shore though is another good reason to visit Harlech, stretching for miles there are truly golden sands with dunes that occasionally reach around thirty feet in height and has been designated a National Nature Reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest. The town centre offers a range of traditional shops with a number of places to eat, in short Harlech offers good beaches, a spectacular castle and great scenery. One final thing, the song Men of Harlech, was it really sung at the Battle of Rorke’s Drift? The curator of the unit’s regimental museum thinks it unlikely as the song, first published in 1860, was only officially adopted by the regiment in 1881. However the Battle of Rorke’s Drift in the film Zulu was set in 1879.


Harlech Castle
Rural Beach


Moriah House
Rhiwgoch Bach at Rhiwgoch
Yr Hen Efail


Ardudwy Health Centre

Estate Agent

Madeley Evans
Tom Parry & Co

Golf Club

Royal St Davids

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Branwen Hotel
Castle Cottage Restaurant with Rooms
Lion Hotel


Castle Cottage Restaurant with Rooms
Castle Restaurant
Golden Inn
Harlech Tandoori


Ysgol Ardudwy


Breese Gwyndaf


Star Cars


Theatr Ardudwy

Sports Clubs

Llanbedr & Pensarn Yacht Club (Sailing)


Case Of Harlech
Castle Cobblers and Key Cutters
Rowlands Pharmacy


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Y Branwen Hotel (0.36 miles)

Y Branwen Hotel

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This family-run country hotel overlooks Harlech Castle and rests opposite the championship Royal St. David's golf course. The hotel is easily accessible by picturesque country roads off of all major motorways to ... More

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Gwrach Ynys Country House (1.73 miles)

Gwrach Ynys Country House
A warm Welsh welcome awaits you at Gwrach Ynys, a 4 Star Edwardian country house situated in glorious tranquillity nestled between the Rhinog mountains and the sandy beaches of the Cambrian coast.

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Morlyn Guest House (1.75 miles)

Morlyn Guest House

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Set in the quiet and peaceful village of Llandanwg and enjoying sensational views of the mountains, lagoon and the sea. Situated just a short level stroll (400yards) from the beach,with its ... More

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Maes y Neuadd (2.77 miles)

Maes y Neuadd

The setting is superb. Maes y Neuadd 'The Mansion in the Meadow' stands in 80 acres of landscaped lawns, orchards and paddock on a wooded hillside high above Cardigan Bay.

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Bryn Artro (2.97 miles)

Bryn Artro
Bryn Artro is a spectacular Victorian country house set in an idylic location, nestled between the sea and the Rhinog Mountains. We are situated in Snowdonia National Park with everything the area has to offer ... More | visit website
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Estuary Lodge (3.03 miles)

Estuary Lodge

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Locate approximately 4 miles North of Harlech on the A496 the Estuary is a STRICTLY NO SMOKING PREMISES (including car par and all outside areas) ideal for visiting the St. ... More

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Portmeirion Hotel (3.59 miles)

Portmeirion Hotel
The Hotel Portmeirion is based on the early Victorian Villa near the shore. The old house was converted into a hotel by Sir Clough and opened for the first time at Easter 1926.

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Castell Deudraeth (3.92 miles)

Castell Deudraeth
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Travelodge Porthmadog (4.67 miles)

Travelodge Porthmadog is located just 2 miles from Portmeirion and is just under a mile away from Snowdonia National Park. The hotel offers free onsite parking and offers great access to nearby attractions. Guest rooms ... More | visit website

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Royal Sportsman Hotel (4.71 miles)

Royal Sportsman Hotel

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The Royal Sportsman is Porthmadog's premier Hotel, the only full service quality Hotel in Porthmadog with star ratings awarded by both the Welsh Tourist Board and the AA. The Royal ... More

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