Set on the outskirts of the Snowdonia National Park, Tywyn enjoys one of the most beautiful landscapes in Britain. Surrounded by mountains to the East, and set in the heart of the Cardigan Bay, this is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Quiet, peaceful and serene, Tywyn offers some of the best unspoilt counrtyside available in the UK, a dream location for enthusiastic walkers, surfers and also those who like to enjoy a life of leisure.
Home of the Talyllyn Railway, the world's First Preserved Railway, Tywyn provides an excellent opportunity to enjoy and experience all the charm of by-gone days of Steam. A much loved jewel, this Narrow Gauge Railway, will not only take you on a journey through time, but also, through some of the most glorious scenery Wales has to offer.
On August 16th this year, Tywyn will host one of the year's premier running events in the annual running of Race The Train.
And...let's not forget Cadair Idris, at 893m (2,930ft) 'Cader' offers spectacular views of Mid Wales and the Coast, as well as a challenge to the keen walker!
Tywyn truely has something to offer everyone.
We hope you will come and visit our historic, steam-operated railway and enjoy meeting the friendly volunteer staff. The line runs for seven and a quarter miles (11.8 km) through the beautiful and unchanging Fathew valley.
The Corris Railway was the first Narrow Gauge railway in Mid-Wales. Built originally in 1859 as a 2' 3" gauge horse-hauled tramroad, steam locomotives arrived in 1878 and passengers were carried from 1883 to 1930. The Railway closed in 1948 and was dismantled soon afterwards.
Members and visitors alike appreciate the true links experience the course has to offer and, together with the beautiful surroundings and the warmth of the welcome in the clubhouse, have realised the hidden gem that our course represents.
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