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Cafés at Barmouth town centre.
Pub at Barmouth town centre.
Dolmelynllyn - National Trust car park Cregennan - National Trust car park Dinas Oleu - public car park
Restuarant at Barmouth town centre.
Dogs allowed on lead. Please be mindful of livestock.
Countryside locations with uneven, steep, rocky and boggy terrain in places, may also include narrow gates and styles.
Accessible route and/or map
Cregennan - footpath around lake Dinas Oleu - footpath from Barmouth town centre. Steep parts to path up to Dinas Oleu
Dolmelynllyn - uneven and steep path in places. Dinas Oleu - footpath from Barmouth town centre. Steep parts to path up to Dinas Oleu.
Dolmelynllyn: Ganllwyd village can be found 4 miles north of the town of Dolgellau. The A470 which is the main north-south road through Wales divides the village. The car park is situated at the centre of the village and is sign posted. Cregennan: From Dolgellau centre take A493 towards Arthog. Follow B road 1 mile east of Arthog up steep winding road. Dinas Oleu: Barmouth is a coastal town situated on the A496. You will need to park in the town in one of the many car parks. The footpath is located along Dinas Oleu Rd, opposite The Original Factory Shop. A brown sign directs you past the side of the Rowlands Pharmacy and up to Dinas Oleu. | Dolmelynllyn: Mae pentref Ganllwyd 4 milltir i'r gogledd o dref Dolgellau. Mae'r A470, sef y brif ffordd rhwng gogledd a de Cymru, yn rhannu'r pentref. Mae'r maes parcio wedi'i leoli yng nghanol y pentref ac mae arwyddion arno. Cregennan: O ganol Dolgellau cymerwch yr A493 i gyfeiriad Arthog. Dilynwch ffordd B 1 filltir i'r dwyrain o Arthog i fyny ffordd droellog serth. Dinas Oleu: Mae Abermaw yn dref arfordirol ar yr A496. Bydd angen i chi barcio yn y dref yn un o'r meysydd parcio niferus. Mae’r llwybr wedi’i leoli ar hyd ffordd Dinas Oleu, gyferbyn â 'The Original Factory Shop'. Mae arwydd brown yn eich cyfeirio heibio ochr Fferyllfa Rowlands ac i fyny at Ddinas Oleu.
Dolmelynllyn links to several public right of ways. Consult a local Ordnance Survey map. Cregennan: Mawddach trail and cycle route nearby - see website Dinas Oleu: Same as by car from Barmouth town centre. | Mae Dolmelynllyn yn cysylltu â sawl hawl tramwy cyhoeddus. Ymgynghorwch â map Arolwg Ordnans lleol. Cregennan: Llwybr Mawddach a llwybr beicio gerllaw - gweler y wefan Dinas Oleu: Yr un fath ag yn y car o ganol tref Abermaw.
Dolmelynllyn: Nearest station is Barmouth,12 miles away. Cregennan: Nearest train station at Morfa Mawddach, 3 miles away. Dinas Oleu: Nearest train station is situated in the centre of Barmouth. | Dolmelynllyn: Yr orsaf agosaf yw Abermaw, 12 milltir i ffwrdd. Cregennan: Yr orsaf drenau agosaf ym Morfa Mawddach, 3 milltir i ffwrdd. Dinas Oleu: Lleolir yr orsaf drenau agosaf yng nghanol Abermaw.
Dolmelynllyn - Frequent bus service to Ganllwyd. Cregennan: Nearest bus stop Arthog 1.5 miles. Dinas Oleu: Frequent bus services to and from Barmouth. Check Traveline Cymru website. | Dolmelynllyn - Gwasanaeth bws aml i Ganllwyd. Cregennan: Arhosfan bws agosaf Arthog 1.5 milltir. Dinas Oleu: Gwasanaethau bws rheolaidd i ac o Abermaw. Edrychwch ar wefan Traveline Cymru.
View local cycle routes on the National Cycle network website. | Edrychwch ar lwybrau beicio lleol ar wefan y Rhwydwaith Beicio Cenedlaethol.
Follow in the footsteps of legends around Eryri (Snowdonia) with your dog. Whether you want a gentle stroll or a mountainous walk, here's a selection of destinations to tire out all four legs (and yours).
Remote unspoilt mountains steeped in history, deep wooded valleys and spectacular estuaries.
Includes Rheaedr Ddu waterfall, a Celtic rainforest rich in lichens and bryophytes. Cefn Coch Gold mines and parkland.
A heather-clad hillside overlooking Barmouth, the very first parcel of land to be donated to the Trust in 1895.
Two lakes surrounded by ffridd and nationally important geolocial sites as well as two sheep and cattle farms.
Explore the remote rugged landscapes of South Snowdonia. Ancient oak woodland at Dolmelynllyn and the volcanic rocks at Cregennan provide natural habitats for a wide variety of wildlife. Look closely beneath your feet to seek glacial fossils and rare lichens across the heathland.
See the cascading Rhaeadr Ddu Falls and impressive remains of Cefn Coch gold mine on the Dolmelynllyn Estate walk in South Snowdonia.
Follow this circular walk from Ganllwyd, through oak woods and along the River Gamlan, taking you to the dramatic Rhaeadr Ddu waterfalls.
Wind through the old town up to the gorse-covered Dinas Oleu, donated by Victorian Fanny Talbot to the people of Barmouth in 1895: the first area of land given to the National Trust.
An 18th-century stone cottage on a working hill farm, with a wood-burning stove and valley views
A perfect country cottage full of original beams and an inglenook fireplace, set in green farmland.
Get away from it all in this traditional Welsh countryside cottage in the wilds of Eryri (Snowdonia).
The lodge is near to the entrance of Dolmelynllyn Hall, a pretty cottage which is the perfect bolthole for exploring south Eryri (Snowdonia).
Originally built as an observatory, you can watch stars and wildlife from this cosy cottage.
Bordered by the beautiful Dwyryd and Dyfi estuaries, the mountains of south Snowdonia include some of Wales' most fascinating National Trust places It is here that the roots of the Trust took hold, with the acquisition in 1895 of Dinas Oleu.
Separated by the dramatic Mawddach estuary, the mountain ranges of Cader Idris and the Rhinogydd dominate the scenery and the area's coastline includes some of the most ecologically important sand dunes in the British Isles.
The area is a stronghold of the Welsh language and culture and is extremely rich in prehistoric and medieval archaeology.