Penmaenpool is a village in the Welsh county of Gwynedd and is also in the Snowdonia National Park.

Penmaenpool toll bridge, old signal box and George III inn on the south bank of the Mawddach Estuary

Get in

By car: Penmaenpool is on the A493 Tywyn / Dolgellau trunk road. The village is about three miles west of Dolgellau and 12 miles north-east of Tywyn. A bus service runs to and from nearby Dolgellau. There are two bus stops in Penmaenpool.

By train: Take the Cambrian Coast Line to Morfa Mawddach. Morfa Mawddach is about three miles west of Penmaenpool. (There is no railway line to Penmaenpool.)

By boat: Small vessels can sail down the estuary to Penmaenpool from Barmouth. Contact the Barmouth Harbour Master on 01341 280671 for information.







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