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Tywyn accommodation runs the gamut from cosy holiday cottages to grand Victorian homes recalling the town's prestige as a railway transport hub in the 19th century. Some have fireplaces and full kitchens, though you'll always be near plentiful cafes, bars and restaurants. What these Tywyn holiday lettings all have in common are lovely views onto the rolling north Welsh countryside and walking distance to beautiful Tywyn Beach.
Wander through history
Tywyn's most famous inhabitant lives inside the majestic St. Cadfan's Church at the top end of the town centre. Here you can see the Cadfan Stone whose inscriptions are the earliest known writing in the Welsh language. Dating from over 1000 years ago and standing over two metres tall, this is an impressive local artefact that will leave a lasting impression on any visitor.
All aboard for family holiday fun
Tywyn's primary family attraction is the historic Talyllyn Railway, a museum and information centre with refurbished trains detailing every stage of Tywyn's unique contributions to transportation history. You don't have to be a railway nut to enjoy it. In fact, it's heavily geared towards entertaining children, and with fantastic facilities and friendly staff on board it's a great place for a family trip, easily walkable from any holiday letting, just off Station Road.
Enjoy breathtaking nature excursions
Just in case the beautiful beach isn't enough to satisfy your cravings for nature and wilderness, don't worry. Tywyn is on the edge of the awesome Snowdonia National Park, a vast expanse of dramatic mountains, pristine lakes, cascading rivers, slate stone valleys and historic buildings. The A470 takes you past the start of dozens of hiking trails from Llanelltyd, a 45-minute drive from Tywyn.
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