Close Attractions

In and around Barmouth


Lawrenny Lodge is located in a quiet spot by the iconic Barmouth Bridge.

Walk, cycle, or take the train across Barmouth Bridge. Take in the striking landscape surrounding the Mawddach estuary. On the other side, you will find: Fairbourne, The Blue Lake, The Mawddach Trail, Arthog Bog, Arthog Waterfalls, Cregennan Lakes, Abergwynant Woods and Cefyn Coed forest trail to explore, or you can continue along the Mawddach Trail to Dolgellau. (There is a pub & restaurant on the way, George III, in Penmaenpool).

Barmouth town centre is roughly seven minutes walking-distance from Lawrenny Lodge.

In Barmouth there is a long stretch of sand dune beach, passenger boats to Fairbourne from the harbour, shops, cafés, restaurants, a post office, a train station, a police station and a pharmacy.

We recommend that you book restaurants/pubs beforehand for an easier stay.
(Popular choices are Bistro Bermo, The Last Inn, The Captain’s Table, The Bank, The Inglenook (Fish & seafood), Foxglove (Vegan) or The Royal (for watching sports).

In and around Barmouth

Old Barmouth


Short hike from Lawrenny Lodge. beautiful views over Barmouth and the surrounding landscape.

Old Barmouth

The Mawddach Trail


Walk, cycle or run on the flat along the stunning Mawddach Estuary. Head over the Barmouth Bridge and you are there.

The Mawddach Trail

Precipice Walk - Dolgellau


Immerse yourself in the landscape, head for the Precipice Walk, Dolgellau, easily combined with resevoir Llyn Cynwch.

Precipice Walk - Dolgellau

Panorama Road


Countryside wievs on our doorstep, leave the car in our carpark and go for an evening hike.

Panorama Road

Cefn Coed Forest Walk - Mawddach Trail


Great circular forest path for cycling/hiking/running. Elevated views of the Mawddach Trail and surrounding mountains.

Cefn Coed Forest Walk - Mawddach Trail

Llyn Cynwch - Dolgellau


Llyn Cynwch, Dolgellau, what a gem. Was there ever a more scenic spot for fishing, landscape painting, or a quiet stroll? (Easily combined with the Precipice Walk, for hiking/off road running).

Llyn Cynwch - Dolgellau

Llyn Cregennen/Cregennan Lakes


Walk across Barmouth Bridge and up alongside Arthog Waterfalls, or head for a drive with spectacular views via the Penmaenpool Toll Bridge, up to Llyn Cregennen/Cregennan Lakes, Snowdonia National Park.
Enjoy a day of fly fishing or hike/cycle and have a picnic, surrounded by mountains and striking views of Barmouth and beyond. A great day out, refreshed by the elements.

Llyn Cregennen/Cregennan Lakes

Arthog Waterfalls - Arthog


Head across Barmouth Bridge to the public footpath up along Arthog Waterfalls, Arthog.
A scenic, quiet, and moss-clad old woodland hike, following the waterfall up the mountainside, easily combined with Llyn Cregennen/Cregennan Lakes for a change of scenery; open landscape and mountain views.

Arthog Waterfalls - Arthog