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10% Discount On The Ffestiniog Railway

Published on 1 Jun 2018 by Gwion Llwyd

When booking to stay at TY-GWYN in Borth Y Gest during 2018, guests are eligible to a 10% discount on the Ffestiniog Railway

Simply let the cottage owner know before arriving that you would like to make use of the discount.

Three Bedroom Holiday Cottage In Borth Y Gest | Ty-Gwyn

Three Bedroom Holiday Cottage In Borth-Y-Gest | Ty-Gwyn

This three bedroom holiday cottage in Borth Y Gest is the perfect location for anyone looking for that traditional seaside holiday destination. Walking distance to the harbour and cafes, some lovely sandy beaches and only a short drive away from the majestic mountains of Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula. Lots of activities are near by, ensuring there are plenty of things to do for all the family.

Ffestiniog Railway Narrow Guage

Ffestiniog Railway

The Ffestiniog railway is the oldest narrow gauge railway in the world. With steam trains in operation that are over 150 years old, it is a trip back into the golden age of rail travel. Offering outstanding scenery whilst taking it all in from the comfortable seating where there is also a buffet service offering snacks and refreshments, including award-winning local ales.

From Porthmadog, the trains climb over 700 feet from sea level covering 13.5 miles into the mountains through magnificent forests, past lakes and waterfalls to Blaenau Ffestiniog.

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