Taldraeth is situated above the salt marsh with magnificent views of the Dwyryd estuary and Moel Ysgafarnnogod mountain, in the centre of the Snowdonia National Park. The location is close to the centre of Penrhyndeudraeth village and the A487, with ample parking for cars, bikes and boats.


The Dwyryd estuary is ideal for walking, swimming and sunbathing surrounded by wonderful scenery. These saltings are grazed by sheep of the family farm to produce the unique Welsh Salt Marsh lamb.



Only 2 miles away, down the estuary, the Italianae village of Portmeirion is one of Wales most popular tourist attractions. You can walk safely to Portmerion within 25 minutes on the pavement along the main road.

Taldraeth is within 30-40min drive to the mount Snowdon routes and Snowdon Mountain Railway at Llanberis, highest mountain in Wales and England 1,085m (3,560ft) and another one of the most visited attractions in Wales with the best views in the UK.

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The sandy beaches of Harlech and Morfa Bychan (Black Rocks), with well-known golf courses and great views of the mountains of Snowdonia and Ardudwy are all nearby.

The landscape of sea and mountains is perfect for outdoor activities such as horse riding, canoeing, rowing, sailing, cycling, walking and rock climbing. It is a great area for bird watching and is home to many rare species such as the grasshopper, shelduck, bats, chough, peregrine falcon, kestrels, peregrine falcons (which are on the increase here ), buzzard, tawny owl, water voles, great thrush, woodpecker, spotted woodpecker, yellow and grey wagtail. The Osprey is a bird of prey rareflly found in Britian; the Glaslyn Osprey site is just 3 miles from Taldraeth.

There are interesting historical sites such as castles, standing stones, prehistoric burial mounds, mines and quarries.

If you are adventures you can also visit Zip World and try out the zip wires, bounce below at the caverns, tree hoppers and roller coster.

The surrounding countryside is also alive with culture, mythology and Welsh language.

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Penrhyndeudraeth is very easily accessed and central to many main towns and villages in North Wales. There is a regular bus service from the main square nearby (within 150m to Taldraeth), the Cambrian railway line (within 250m Taldraeth) extends along the coast from Pwllheli to Machynlleth. A taxi business available at Church Street nearby. There are two narrow gauge railway lines nearby. The Ffestiniog railway runs form Porthmadog to Blaenau Ffestiniog, stopping at Penrhyndeudraeth on the way. The Welsh Highland Railway runs from Porthmadog to Caernarfon. Both lines offer stunning scenery.

The Wales Coastal Path runs the whole lenght of Wales' coast, offering the opportunity for people to wander along 870 miles of continuous coast. The route passes close to Taldraeth. In Gwynedd, there are 180 miles of beautiful coastline to explore. The Welsh National Cycling Trail (Route 8 Lon Las Cymru), which connects Holyhead and Cardiff, also passes Taldraeth, which is a path that connects Holyhead to Cardiff.

Also located on the Snowdonia Way from Machynlleth to Conwy 15.5miles / 24.7km.


Contact Us

Address: Hen Ficerdy / Old Vicarage, Penrhyndeudraeth LL48 6LG

Phone: 01766 770892

Email: post@taldraeth.com



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