Plas Mynach is a unique house situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Britain. Built in the 1880s as a substantial holiday home for the Perrins family (of Lea & Perrins sauce), it still fulfils its original purpose with spacious rooms, comfortably equipped for a relaxing holiday or special occasion for eight people. It is set in its own, largely wooded, grounds and offers total privacy and magnificent sea and mountain views.
Barmouth stands at the mouth of the glorious Mawddach estuary and faces the open expanse of Cardigan Bay. It is a small town with miles of sandy beaches and the usual entertainments of a coastal resort. There are a variety of bars and eateries. The town also has a railway station. Further up the coast are the splendid castles of Harlech and Caernarfon, while inland stand the wild hills and mountains of Snowdonia.