Wavecrest Bed & Breakfast in Barmouth
Wavecrest is a delightful sea-side bed and breakfast Guest House that looks out onto Barmouth's famous sandy beach, and the idyllic North Wales coastline of Cardigan Bay. Walk out of the front door, across the promenade and bury your toes in the sand! Many of the bedrooms enjoy superb views of Barmouth beach and Cardigan Bay, with views to the foothills of Snowdonia to the north and the Cader Idris range to the south. The well-lit spacious dining room on the ground floor also faces the sea, as does the comfortable first floor seating area.
The Wavecrest Guest House has been owned and managed since 1980 by Eric and Shelagh Jarman. They have sympathetically renovated and refurbished the whole premises, to provide a high standard of modern comfort whilst retaining the rich original Victorian character.
Wavecrest provides all that is best about a traditional British Holiday: attentive and unobtrusive service; large, comfortable and well equipped en-suite bedrooms; good food; value for money and a relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy your stay.
Eric and Shelagh take great pride in offering the very best in traditional cooked Breakfast. Your choice of cooked Breakfast is prepared fresh to order and includes a range of local and organic produce. Breakfast includes both fresh & preserved fruit, local home-made jams, and Shelagh's own Saville Orange marmalade.
Wavecrest B&B is in an ideal location for those on foot, arriving by bicycle or by public transport. The town-centre, rail and bus stations are all just a short 5 minute level walk away, although Eric will be happy to collect you from either station. Arrive by car and you will find plenty of parking (both paid and free), right outside the Guest House.
Their knowledge and enthusiasm for this part of the world is obvious from the framed photographs and prints throughout the Guest House, and the wide selection of historical, local interest and walking books available for guests. They are also very happy to send you by foot or by car, to hidden-away places not found in the guide books. If Eric and Shelagh manage to persuade you try the "14 gate drive" on Cader Idris, be sure to take an enthusiastic passenger with you to open all of the gates!