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Self catering properties in Snowdonia, Tywyn, Snowdonia, Gwynedd, North Wales


Persawr y Mor (meaning fragrance of the sea) and Awel y Mor (meaning sea breeze) are modern houses situated in a quiet cul de sac in Tywyn where the mountains meet the sea on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.

The houses are next door to each other and back on to the beach offering spectacular views west over Cardigan Bay, perfect for a relaxing holiday or activity brewifiak. Both sleep 4 and are decorated and furnished in a modern beach house style with the same layout and sleeping arrangements except that Persawr has a walk in shower while Awel has a bath with shower over.


The delights of Cardigan Bay with its panoramic sea views and spectacular sunsets can be enjoyed from the first floor balcony or garden patio while dolphins and seals can sometimes be seen swimming and at play. From the paved garden, open the gate, cross the pedestrian promenade and step down to the sandy beach, ideal for swimming, surfing, watersports and fishing or just sit in the sunshine and enjoy the view.

If you are looking for a wonderful house by the sea in a fabulous location, look no further!

Also available is Apartment 1, Trem Enlli Apartments, Tywyn which is on the first floor of a Victorian terrace on the sea front in Tywyn, offering similar views of the beach and Cardigan Bay from the first floor balcony and having access to the sea front and promenade.

Persawr y Mor

Persawr y Mor

Persawr y Mor is a modern house situated in a quiet cul de sac in Tywyn where the mountains meet the sea on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.

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Awel y Mor

Awel y Mor

Awel y Mor is next door to Persawr y Mor and enjoys the same spectacular views over Cardigan Bay from the patio and first floor balcony.

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Trem Enlli Apartments

Trem Enlli Apartments

1 Trem Enlli Apartments is situated on the first floor of a Victorian terrace on the seafront in Tywyn overlooking the beach and promenade.

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