MONFA GUEST HOUSE, PIER ROAD, TYWYN, GWYNEDD LL36 0AU
 

The Monfa Guest House is ideally sited for all attractions of Tywyn and surrounding areas. Ideal for walking, fishing, sailing, canoeing, cycling, surfing, bird watching, and nearby is a championship golf course.

The beach offers you space for beach games, sunbathing, safe swimming and surfing. Off the promenade their are tennis courts, a putting green, crazy golf, crown green bowling, childrens play area and paddling pool.

The Town Centre, has a range of attractive shops and the leisure centre offers an indoor heated swimming pool. With the local cinema showing all the latest releases.

Tywyn is an historic town having grown up around a church founded by St. Cadfan in the sixth century. His church is in the High Street where you will find Cadfan Stone, recognised as being the oldest record of the written Welsh Language.

In Victorian times, Tywyn was developed as a Seaside Resort and Spa. It is situated on the level plain, surrounded by hills and mountains, including Cader Idris.

We have a local castle, 'Castell-y-Bere' built by Llewelyn the Great in the 12th Century and near the castle is Bird Rock (Craig-yr-Aderyn) which is an inland nesting site for cormorants.

Home of the the Talyllyn Railway, premier of the Great Little Trains. It was the first railway to be saved by enthusiasts. The 7 1/2 mile journey up the valley is recommended, and there are various walks that can be taken from stations on the line (Forest Trails at Nant Gwernol and Dolgoch Falls).

Tywyn is in 'Pen Llyn a'r Samau' which has been selected as a special area of Conservation. It's as ric variety of internationally important marine wildlife including dolphins and seals, which can be seen from the sea front.

Contact Paula or Shaun
01654 710858
e.mail: monfaguesthouse@hotmail.com

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