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Food & Drink

Whilst Barmouth Bay has no bar or restaurant located directly on park, the park still has many local places to tempt your taste buds!

Where to eat and drink near Barmouth Bay

For those of you that like to get away and not have to think about what to cook we’ve got plenty of places right on our doorstep - with many bars and restaurants offering takeaway & delivery services too.

If you'd prefer to eat at home, the well-equipped accommodation at Barmouth Bay is ideal for preparing and cooking all your favourite meals during your stay. We’ve got full size ovens, and in some accommodation, dishwashers – making things even easier!

There’s a local shop for all your holiday essentials, so no chance you’ll run out of milk and bread, and nearby in Barmouth town we have a large Co-op and Iceland. 

Local bars & restaurants

The Sands Complex

Just outside Barmouth Bay is the Sands Complex which has a bar and entertainment area, plenty of takeaway options and an arcade. Ideal for those who don't want to travel far as it's just round the corner!


A fabulous restaurant offering a full bar, lunch, dinner and fine dining menu. Something to appeal to everyone, with a lovely outside seating area.

Bistro Bermo

Offering a high standard of cuisine in a stylish setting. This intimate little restaurant sources local produce, freshly prepared on the premises. Grab the kids or a loved one and treat them to a culinary delight. Booking is recommended her

The Captains Table

This family business freshly prepares a wide variety of dishes for its menu. During the day offering anything from an All Day Breakfast to homemade cakes. In the evening a great choice of meats, vegetables, pasta, fish and more!


The oldest, original Indian restaurant in the area, a family run business that has been serving locals and tourists for almost 20 years.

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