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Two miles of golden sand, a thriving harbour-side full of restaurants, cafes and shops selling everything from fresh local produce to designer dresses and enough fresh air, rolling hillsides and sea breezes to impress the most seasoned house hunters!
What's not to like?!

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The west Wales coast is magnificent and largely unspoilt. It has the unique quirk of while being almost untouched by the rigours of modern life it's also culturally and socially aware and very accessible by any mode of transport; Manchester and Birmingham international airports are a mere two hours away.

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ImageBarmouth harbour is situated centrally within the Cardigan Bay making Aberdyfi to the south and Pwlheli and Abersoch to the north a comfortable sail away with Ireland just a little further! The Barmouth estuary itself is perfect for many watersports and inland there is an abundance of river, stream and lake fishing.

This friendly community has much to share and the warm Welsh culture of the area can be found not just in the shops and streets, but in cultural activities such as the thriving theatres at Barmouth and Harlech. Respectively the Dragon and Theatr Ardudwy combine to offer an exciting and eclectic mix of exhibitions, gigs, plays and workshops with both a local and international flavour.

Swn y Dail stands at the heart of all that's good in this part of Wales. Effortlessly blending with community, culture and architecture yet introducing a style all of its own.

ImageTen miles inland from Barmouth lies Dolgellau - a hub of Welsh cultural life and home to the National Centre for Welsh Folk Music - Ty Siamas. The ancient town of Machynlleth is also close by and here lies a thriving eco community and an abundance of shops and eateries supporting this way of life. The town also lays claim as the ancient capital of Wales. At Harlech lies the beautiful Edward I castle - a 14th century masterpiece sat upon a craggy outcrop overlooking the land for miles around.The infamous Portmeirion created by the renowned architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis and the location of the cult 60’s series ‘The Prisoner’ is also just a short journey away.

ImageBut it's not all just sitting in cafes and watching the world go by...this area is also one of the premier locations in the UK for sports of Imageall kinds. Take for instance Harlech's championship golf course - Royal St Davids or the mountain bikers 'Mecca' Coed y Brenin near Dolgellau.

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