We John and Julie would like to welcome you to Ty Newydd (meaning New House) our 19th Century stone built detached house in the village of Tremadog (Madocs Town). We can accommodate you in three B&B guest rooms and self catering holiday apartments that back on to what was the old jail house of Tremadog. With only having three letting rooms you become part of the family, and are treated as such. Ty Newydd holiday flats are behind the main house, with parking outside. It is said that the flats used be a barn that was used to house the police carts and horses.
Tremadog, on the border of the Snowdonia National park is the birth place of T E Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) and Shelly used to stay in the area which is were he got the inspiration for his works. The Village was built up in 1806 by the Madoc family who use to mine slate from Blaenau Ffestiniog to ship round the world from Porthmadog (Madocs Port) .