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Talybont, Barmouth

Talybont
Talybont is located in Gwynedd
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 Talybont shown within Gwynedd
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Principal area Gwynedd
Ceremonial county Gwynedd
Country Wales
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town TALYBONT
Postcode district LL43
Dialling code 01341
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Talybont (otherwise Tal-y-Bont) is a village north of the town of Barmouth in mid Wales.

Talybont benefits from a railway station on the Cambrian Line and has many caravan sites, a hair dressers a village shop, a pub called the 'Ysgeithin Inn' and a restaurant.

It is also home to the annual Dyffryn and Talybont Fun day,[1] held on the last Sunday in July.

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  1. ^ Dyffryn and Talybont Fun day


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