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The best approach to BARMOUTH (Abermaw) is from the south, where the Cambrian coast rail line sweeps across the Mawddach Estuary from tiny Fairbourne, over 113 rickety-looking wooden spans. Fashioned as a sea-bathing resort in the nineteenth century, Barmouth also offers lovely, breezy rambles on the cliffs of Dinas Oleu, above the town, and a great walk around the mouth of the estuary. Check out the Tŷ Gwyn Museum (July– Sept daily 10.30am–5pm; free), a medieval tower house housing a Tudor museum, and the Tŷ Crwn Roundhouse, on the hill behind (same times) which once acted as a …
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