Taicynhaeaf tourist Information

Taicynhaeaf Visitor Information
The scattered village of Taicynhaeaf (pronounced Tie-c’n-high-ev, Harvest House in Welsh) lies at the foot of Cwm Mynach (Monk’s Valley). Taicynhaeaf Map & Directions

The nearby woods of Coed Garth Gell are an RSPB reserve.

Taicynhaeaf is located at the other end of the Penmaenpool toll bridge so the the facilities at Penmaenpool are close at hand.

Taicynhaeaf is a convenient location to join the Mawddach Way or the Mawddach Trail (the Dolgellau to Barmouth “Railway Walk”).

For something a little different, why not explore some of the remains of 20th century military activity in the area. From hill-top memorials to beach defences, there are over 50 different sites in and around the Mawddach Estuary to be explored on foot, by bike or by car. See here for further details.

Bike Hire
Bikes for hire include a number of standard mountain bikes, a tandem, e-bikes, a child’s trailer, a one-wheel tag-along and a two-wheel tag-along (suitable for larger children and adults). Pre-Booking essential.

What’s on in Taicynhaeaf?
For a comprehensive guide to all the events and activities in Taicynhaeaf and the surrounding area please visit the Mawddach Estuary Events page.

Local Arts & Crafts
To view local arts and crafts produced in Taicynhaeaf and the surrounding area please visit Mawddach Crafts.

A number of properties in the village offer self catering accommodation.

Public Transport
Where the village road meets the A 496, there is a bus stop for the Dolgellau to Barmouth Bus Service. The Dolgellau – Machynlleth bus is easily accessed by taking the short walk over the toll bridge to Penmaenpool. Click here to access a public transport journey planner.

Mawddach Trail information
Bike hire / Cycle hire
Rent the Showman's Wagon; quirky self catering accommodation in between Barmouth and Dolgellau

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