A few weeks ago when it was blistering hot myself and my partner decided to book a short weekend away in Tywyn, North Wales with our dog in tow!
Tywyn is a coastal town and we spent a lot of time at the beach whether that was laying down reading, walking the dog or running along the shore. The Tywyn Leisure Park which is about ten minutes walk away from the beach front is brilliant. The leisure park offers loads of outdoor games such as tennis, bowls and my favourite game, crazy golf! Crazy Golf cost us £2.50 each and it is great way to kill an hour. It was open until eight as well so there was plenty of time. On the Sunday there was a boot sale along the seafront, I managed to bag myself a couple of board games!
If you fancy another beach, Aberdovey is another coastal town about nine minute drive away from Tywyn. I didn’t get much time to spend in this coastal town as it was difficult to park and quite expensive (in Tywyn the car parking near the beach front was free and you could always get a parking space even in the middle of the day). There are plenty of restaurants and cafes if you wanted to stop by for something to eat.
I love the countryside, and I stayed in a lovely little cottage located just a ten minute drive away. Most fields have public walkways which we used to I didn’t get to do much walking as it was during the heatwave but we did visit Dolgoch Falls. Dolgoch Falls are about a fifteen minute drive away, the falls are easy to get too and had plenty of parking (you do have to pay and display) the falls are beautiful to look at and there was even a small cave that you can wander down.
So that was my 72 hours in Tywyn Wales. Have you been, if so what was your favourite part?
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