Out and About
Tyddyn-y-Felin is situated in the Snowdonia National Park with its many attractions amongst the wild Rhinog Mountain ranges and many lakes in the area. Covering over 823 square miles of diverse landscapes, Snowdonia National Park has something for everyone including Ramblers, Cyclists, Wildlife enthusiasts, Bird Watchers, Artists, Photographers, fishing, canoeists and climbers. Wild goats can be seen in the garden even, much to the plants/trees' disappointment! and buzzards are seen frequently.
Star Gazers will be amazed at the bright sky at night, no smog here!
Tyddyn-y-Felin is within 2 miles of sandy beaches/rock pools and the 18-hole Royal St. Davids golf course and nearby Harlech Castle. We are also within easy reach of Portmeirion(Italianite Village) where the film "The Prisoner" was filmed, Porthmadog and its narrow gauge railways, Barmouth and its Mawddach Estuary and several many other tourist attractions.
There are plenty of footpaths in the area and there is a cycle route on our doorstep - hope you're fit as it's quite hilly in this area!
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The Wales Coast Path with 870 miles of beautiful Welsh coastline to explore the hardest part will be deciding where to go. Choose from long distance hikes to short walks which are suitable for all the family. It's not all walking though, the coast path opens up access to beautiful beaches, ancient castles, exhiliarating wildlife sightings and much, much more.
Ty - Mawr means 'Big House' in Welsh, but also 'Big Welcome' in any language! A family run hotel restaurant and bar with a relaxed, warm and friendly atmosphere. Jane and Steve, a brother and sister team run Ty Mawr in a relaxed warm and friendly atmosphere.