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Min-Y-Mor Hotel, Barmouth

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Aqualung . left this review about Min-Y-Mor Hotel

This is a hotel on the northern edge of Barmouth that after the winter storms in 2014 seems alarmingly close to the sea. As I approached it the weather was closing in and I wondered if it would actually be open. Happily it was and there was a gang of locals in watching Ireland thrash England at thugby.
As you enter there is a small bar in front of you and a dining area to the left leading to a window overlooking the sea. On the right is a room with pool and darts and behind that a further room with a pool table,
On the bar the two pumps were both clipped with Greene King Abbot (£3.20) which was in good condition. Apart from the JDWs which are both miles away this is not a common beer in these parts. This isn't enough to draw me back here as it is somewhat out on a limb. If it sold a 5% ABV beer from a local brewery then it might be a different story.

On 8th March 2015 - rating: 6
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Steve of N21 left this review about Min-Y-Mor Hotel

The Min y Mor is another Barmouth Hotel that has a licensed Restaurant and a public Bar with a beamed bar room with lots of wooden seating and a separate games room with pool table and fruit machines that functions a bit like a pub in the evenings for the local Barmouth inhabitants, due to the dearth of the real thing in the Town.
It is slightly away from the main town centre and benefits from a really good location on the seafront with a big beer garden overlooking the beach out front with a decent amount of wooden bench seats. The public bar mainly supports the standard draft lager and Guinness options but there are two hand pumps that were dispensing a decent pint of GK Abbott Ale available.
Not sure I’d like to spend an evening here but for an Al Fresco pint on a decent weather evening, it was actually quite a nice spot.

On 30th July 2013 - rating: 6
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