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Walkers descend Dinas Oleu, Barmouth. Dinas Oleu was the first property given to the National trust following its founding in 1895. This four and a half acre stretch of rugged hillside above the town of Barmouth - to which a further 13 acres have since been added - was donated by Mrs Fanny Talbot of Ty'n y Ffynnon. On a clear day, almost the entire length of the West Wales coast - from the Llyn Peninsula to the Preselis in north Pembrokeshire - can be seen from Dinas Oleu.

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Pant Y Cae Farm
  • Self catering and campsite
  • Sleeps 5, 2 bedrooms
  • Woodburner
  • Pets welcome