Aberdyfi Tourist Information Centre

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Aberdyfi Tourist Information Centre is conveniently situated in the centre of the village on the Wharf. If you are looking for information in the Aberdyfi and the Southern Snowdonia area, pop into this Snowdonia National Park Information Centres where you can get information on local events, attractions, recreational activities and public transport.

As well as all this the staff can help you with all kinds of enquiries - from booking accommodation locally, or anywhere in Britain, to suggesting places to visit locally.

Information services include accommodation/bed booking, local information and you can purchase books, guide books, maps, souvenirs etc.

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Aberdyfi is on the north side of the Dyfi/Dovey estuary on the A493.

Aberdyfi Tourist Information Centre

Type:Information Centre

Aberdyfi Tourist Information Centre, The Wharf, Seaview Terrace, Aberdyfi, Gwynedd, LL35 0ED

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Tel01654 767321

Opening Times

* Open Easter to end of October 9.30am-5pm daily. Closed for lunch 1 - 1:30pm

Related

AberdyfiAberdyfi | Aberdovey, AberdoveyOne of Britain's prettiest little seaside resorts and sailing ports. Pastel-coloured terraces front a large sandy beach and quaint old harbour. A popular centre for sailing, watersports and golf.

Aberdyfi BeachAberdyfi | | Panorama Walk, AberdoveyThis gentle four mile walk soon gets you up above Aberdyfi, enjoying fine views over the mouth of the Dyfi estuary and south towards Borth and Aberystwyth. Starting place: Tourist Information Centre Starting ref: SN 614959

Aberdyfi PierAberdyfi Circular Walk off the Wales Coast Path, AberdoveyCircular walk starting from the popular coastal town of Aberdyfi. Stunning sandy beach, medieval castle site, tales of sunken villages, and far-reaching views of the Dyfi estuary and Cambrian coast are all part of this short but scenic walk.

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