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Historic Home in Criccieth

Gwynedd House

Advert ID No:  338
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Sleeps:  21      No of Bedrooms:  10     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £2,575.00     (High Season):  £3,759.50

Treat yourselves to a peaceful and tranquil break in this luxurious 10 bedroom, C16th country house. The house sits snugly in the mountainous area of Snowdonia, North Wales, just a short walk from the sandy delights of the Llŷn Peninsula and the bustling seaside town of Criccieth. Gwynedd House offers large group accommodation, either on a self-catering basis or with in-house catering. Local...

Cottage in Criccieth

Cil Llidiart

Advert ID No:  14
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Sleeps:  4      No of Bedrooms:  2     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £300 to £395     (High Season):  £410 to £595

Fabulously located between the Lleyn Peninsula and Snowdonia National Park. National Trust coastline and 63 beaches. Views to Snowdonia National Park and the coast. Footpaths and cycle routes from the door. Five minutes walk affords 360 degree panoramic views across Snowdonia’s mountains, Cardigan Bay, the Lleyn Peninsular, Anglesey and Holy Island. Come back and relax in front of a real...

 

Criccieth Tourist Information

One popular town set in two popular locations

Criccieth is a popular seaside resort town which enjoys its privileged position of not only being located on the edge of Snowdonia National Park but it also lies within beautiful Cardigan Bay, the town is just under five miles away from Porthmadog.


Criccieth is blessed with excellent transport links, the town lies on the A497 Porthmadog to Pwllheli road, there are regular bus services that call in on the town, Criccieth also has a train station.

There are various independent shops mostly dotted along the town's high street, Criccieth has numerous cafes and restaurants or you could enjoy fish and chips on the beach or just grab a quick snack on the go.

Seaside Self-catering Cottages in Criccieth
When visiting tourists arrive they can't fail to notice Criccieth Castle, a renowned landmark that dominates this lovely seaside town. Perched on a headland, the walk up to the castle is steep but manageable, once at the top visitors are rewarded with panoramic views of mountains and out over Cardigan Bay. For a small entrance fee, visitors are able to wander around the castle remains (dogs are also allowed).

Criccieth beaches
The castle separates the town's two beaches, East beach is a sheltered beach of mostly pebbles with sand revealed at low tide. West beach is also sheltered and has the most sand out of the two. Both beaches offer safe swimming, both have wheelchair access and both are visited by Cardigan Bay's resident porpoises.

For a larger expanse of sandiness, Black Rock Sands beach can be found slightly further around Cardigan Bay at Morfa Bychan. Possibly the most renowned beach on the Llyn, Black Rock Sands is certainly very popular with families and it also has the added bonus of being able to drive your car onto the actual beach.

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2 Rentals Found

Gwynedd House

Historic Home in Criccieth (29 Photos)
Gwynedd House
Featured

No Reviews

Sleeps: 21
Bedrooms: 10
Low Season: £2,575.00
High Season: £3,759.50

Cil Llidiart

Cottage in Lleyn Peninsula - Snowdonia (10 Photos)
Cil Llidiart

No Reviews

Sleeps: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £300 to £395
High Season: £410 to £595

Criccieth tourist information

One popular town set in two popular locations

Criccieth is a popular seaside resort town which enjoys its privileged position of not only being located on the edge of Snowdonia National Park but it also lies within beautiful Cardigan Bay, the town is just under five miles away from Porthmadog.


Criccieth is blessed with excellent transport links, the town lies on the A497 Porthmadog to Pwllheli road, there are regular bus services that call in on the town, Criccieth also has a train station.

There are various independent shops mostly dotted along the town's high street, Criccieth has numerous cafes and restaurants or you could enjoy fish and chips on the beach or just grab a quick snack on the go.

Seaside Self-catering Cottages in Criccieth
When visiting tourists arrive they can't fail to notice Criccieth Castle, a renowned landmark that dominates this lovely seaside town. Perched on a headland, the walk up to the castle is steep but manageable, once at the top visitors are rewarded with panoramic views of mountains and out over Cardigan Bay. For a small entrance fee, visitors are able to wander around the castle remains (dogs are also allowed).

Criccieth beaches
The castle separates the town's two beaches, East beach is a sheltered beach of mostly pebbles with sand revealed at low tide. West beach is also sheltered and has the most sand out of the two. Both beaches offer safe swimming, both have wheelchair access and both are visited by Cardigan Bay's resident porpoises.

For a larger expanse of sandiness, Black Rock Sands beach can be found slightly further around Cardigan Bay at Morfa Bychan. Possibly the most renowned beach on the Llyn, Black Rock Sands is certainly very popular with families and it also has the added bonus of being able to drive your car onto the actual beach.

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