Your Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some of Barmouth Bay’s most commonly asked questions. If you feel that none of the below answer your questions please use the search bar or alternatively you can contact us and we will get back to you soon as possible.
In line with government advice, we are required to capture the information of everyone that will be visiting park including private sublets. This is to aid the government Test & Trace service, and for your own safety.
Before arriving to the park, please visit the link below and complete our tracker form.
The Away Resorts app is for exclusive use of Away Resorts guests only.
If you’re staying in our Exclusive grades your check-in time will be 2:30pm. Please see our grade comparisons page for all Classic grades check in times. These check-in times are subject to change.
Our outdoor cinema at Barmouth Bay has showings every Saturday during the 6 week summer holidays.
Our out of hours security number is 01341 247 810.
Unfortunately at this time, we are unable to allow this to ensure we do not exceed our maximum capacity, as advised by the government.
We’re able to offer pet friendly units to guests wishing to bring their dogs, and charge from £35 per short break (5 nights and under) and £55 per long break (6 nights or more), per dog.
Up to a maximum of two dogs are allowed per accommodation unit. You can find out more about our dog friendly holidays by clicking the link.
Yes you can hire a highchair for £12 during your online booking.
Yes you can hire a travel cot for £15 and add it to your online booking. Please note cot linen is not provided as most parents prefer to bring their own.
This will depend on the accommodation but caravans can usually only fit travel cots in the lounge area. Lodges can fit travel cots in the double bedroom but can be very tight though they can be placed in the twin bedroom but a bed will have to be removed. Please call 0330 053 7000 to find out more about fitting a travel cot in your accommodation type and arranging them to be fitted.
Touring and camping is not available at Barmouth Bay. Click here to find out more.
We have WiFi hotspots at Tattershall Lakes, Whitecliff Bay, Mersea Island and Barmouth Bay.
WiFi is limited at Sandy Balls and Mill Rythe where WiFi is only available in the complex (or Village Square at Sandy Balls.)
There is a free WiFi option which offers unlimited data but limited speed which you can connect as many devices as you want to it. Due to the limited speed, this is better used for casual internet browsing, Facebook and Twitter and checking emails. It is not recommended for HD video streaming, video games and downloading of large files.
We also offer a Premium WiFi option (excluding Sandy Balls & Mill Rythe) which boasts higher speeds. The options are:
To connect to the park WiFi, simply log into the Guest Network and following the on-screen prompts to register your device. If any troubles with connecting please check with the park’s reception who will be more than happy to assist.
There are two ways to book a holiday. You can either book online via our website or alternatively you can call us on 0330 053 7000.
Any day arrivals are NOW available ALL YEAR! Yes, that’s peak dates too. Arrive when you want and leave when you want. All we ask is that you stay for a minimum of 2 nights, but apart from that, you can stay as long or as short as you like.
Yes, all our parks offer disabled friendly facilities and we have disabled access caravans at Barmouth Bay. For more information please click here.
The closest train station to Barmouth Bay Holiday Park is Talybont Railway Station, only a 5 minute walk to the park. You will find that majority of trains coming from England will depart from Birmingham New Street Station or Shewsbury Station.
Please make sure you stay refreshed on your journey and have plenty to eat on your travels, it takes a while but definitely worth it!
Barmouth Bay is lucky enough to still have their indoor swimming pool facility open up until December.
Whilst you wait... just think about being in your swimmers, the sun's out and the smiles are big