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Our log cabin holiday accommodation is close to many sandy beaches in Snowdonia, including those at Barmouth, Fairbourne, Dyffryn Ardudwy, Talybont, Shell Island, Llandanwg, Harlech and Black Rock Sands. Dogs are allowed access to walk along the majority of them, but there are sections with dog exclusion zones.
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Fairbourne is across the estuary from Barmouth and is much quieter, but is only sandy when the tide is out. It has the Green Coast Award and the Seaside Award.
Between Harlech and Barmouth are sandy beaches at Dyffryn Ardudwy, Talybont, Shell Island and Llandanwg. Llandanwg Beach is much smaller than Harlech and Barmouth, but it has Green Coast and Seaside Awards and is famous for its church, St Tanwg’s, founded in the fifth century and lying in the sand dunes. It’s popular with fishermen and there is a small cafe at the car park which is open in high season. Shell Island is accessible by a low-tide causeway and has great beaches, dunes and an huge variety of shells.
Further afield are numerous coves and bays on the Llyn Peninsula, many of which are sandy.
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