Toll Bridge House is a holiday destination with a difference. A cute wooden building at one end of a 19th-century timber bridge, this place was originally built as a home for the toll keeper.
Inside there is everything needed for two, plus their dog as pets are welcome too. A wood burner in the living area makes sure it’s warm and cosy inside, whatever the weather does outdoors.
There is plenty so see close by. The Mawddach Trail is perfect for walks or bike rides, and Barmouth Beach has sand, shops and a summer-time arcade. Snowdonia National Park with all its natural surrounds the cottage, so hiking trails with spectacular views are never far away.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
About Toll Bridge House
A cosy holiday cottage with a unique location. It comes with a wood burner and pretty fireplace which is perfect for colder evenings. When the weather is fine, there’s a deck area on the opposite side of the bridge with views along the estuary.
This is a unique holiday accommodation – a house that was built in 1921 as a home for the resident toll gate keeper. The bridge itself dates back to 1879, constructed from wood, it takes cars and pedestrians between Tywyn and Barmouth in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park.
Toll Bridge House welcomes one dog, so you can bring your doggy best friend with you when you stay here. With the Mawddach Trail passing right next to this holiday home, you can enjoy picturesque long walks together every day.
And when you have fully stretched your legs, take a cuppa over to the wooden deck balcony and enjoy the views over the Mawddach Esturary.
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Things To Do in Dolgellau
Dolgellau is a pretty market town in Snowdonia that has plenty of history to discover. With a few craft shops, bicycle hire, a café and choice of pubs, it is has all the essentials for a great holiday base.
The Mawddach Trail follows the original route of the old railway. It’s leafy and flat, ideal for cycle rides and long walks with the dog. If hiking is your thing, then Cadair Idris Mountain is a popular place to head. At the southern end of Snowdonia, the views from the top are spectacular. Barmouth Beach is along the Mawddach Estuary and is a lovely place to visit.
The sands are wide with plenty of places to sit and in the summer months there is a funfair area and a few arcades as well. Barmouth also boasts the Fairbourne And Barmouth Railway. A narrow-gauge steam train runs along the 2-mile long track from Fairbourne Station to Penrhyn Point.
If you are looking for a unique holiday cottage in Snowdonia National Park, then the Toll Bridge House is for you. Situated at one end of a pretty wooden bridge, the house offers views along the water that are incredible to see. Next door is an RSPB bird hide, so spotting all kinds of wildlife is on the cards here, so nature lovers will be in their element.
There are long walks along the leafy Mawddach Trail to enjoy or hikes to the top of Cadiar Idris mountain – and when you get back to the cottage, a warm fire awaits thanks to the lovely wood burner.
Toll Bridge House
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