The Bron Aber is a comfortable and tastefully decorated Bed and Breakfast. It is in an ideal location to explore Snowdonia and North Wales. We are situated only 200 yards from the beach and a short walk will take … Continued
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Whether you’re after a quiet weekend break for two, a family campsite, a beach-view apartment, or a cosy B&B… Criccieth has it all!
Heulfre is situated on the sea front, within a hundred metres of Criccieth Castle, facing South across Cardigan Bay, whilst the mountains of Snowdonia are to the North East.
Glas y Dorlan holiday cottage near Criccieth enjoys a rural location with views across to the mountains of Snowdonia. It’s a perfect place to enjoy a relaxing holiday or short break in the countryside. Situated two and a half miles from the pretty coastal … Continued
Windsor House commands spectacular southerly views over Cardigan Bay. To the east is Criccieth castle and, in the distance, Harlech and the mountains beyond. In the distance to the west is the coastline of Pwllheli, Abersoch and the island of St Tudwal.
Ty’n y Gwynt is a beautiful home, situated in a beautiful area of North Wales, opposite Criccieth Castle and overlooking Cardigan Bay. Open all year round, we offer 4-star Bed & Breakfast accommodation in comfortable rooms with luxurious fully en-suite bathroom facilities.
Claire and Sian offer the warmest of welcomes at Bron Rhiw in Criccieth. High standards of comfort and facilities are assured at this beautiful, non-smoking Victorian property which has an AA Highly Commended 4 star grading.
Seaspray is a large 18C Victorian terraced house which has been tastefully converted into a Bed &
Breakfast. It is situated on the sea front, to the west side of Criccieth Castle.
Here at the Lion, we offer some the finest accommodation Snowdonia has to offer. We provide a great alternative to the hotels Porthmadog our neighboring town offers, in the far prettier and characteristic village of Criccieth.
Gwenddwr is situated in Criccieth, a beautiful part of North Wales on the Llŷn Peninsula.
It has stunning views of the sea, Criccieth Castle and the Ceredigion Mountains to the south.
The beach is just moments from the house and the town’s shops, restaurants and pubs are five minutes’ walk away.
If you are seeking spectacular views and a place to stay which can offer warmth, comfort, quality and character, you can be assured of a friendly welcome when you stay at the Glyn-y-Coed.
Retreat Cottage is in the heart of Criccieth, 2 minutes from the shops and 5 minutes from the sea. The cottage is well appointed, has terrific views of Criccieth Castle and Cader Idris. It has 2 double bedrooms and a single and a large patio area at the back. Ideal for Rest and Relaxation as well as all the activities the Llyn has to offer.
A warm welcome to Bodlondeb … … located in a prime position with panoramic views of Cardigan Bay and the Meirioneth Mountains in the distance, it is situated in the pretty seaside town of Criccieth, with its beaches, Castle, shops, … Continued
Originally a pair of Victorian Townhouses, Moelwyn offers six en suite, individually furnished bedrooms and a quality restaurant of enviable reputation, specialising in seafoods. The ideal choice for a relaxed short break holiday. Situated in the beautiful coastal resort of … Continued
Awel Môr is a large Victorian terrace situated right on the sea front to the west of Criccieth Castle and directly facing Cardigan Bay, Harlech Castle and the mountains beyond.
The Abereistedd is an ideal location for your holiday in North Wales, with some of the best views in Criccieth, comfortable and clean rooms, great food and a comfortable well-stocked bar.
Henfaes is a superb detached residence with beautifully furnished and exceptionally spacious accommodation. With magnificent views of Carding Bay and Criccieth Castle
A warm Welsh welcome awaits you at our B+B. We offer a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with comfortable, stylish, spacious room.
The Bron Eifion Country House is a luxury 4 star hotel situated in Criccieth North Wales. This Grade II Listed building overlooks beautiful gardens with breathtaking views of the sea and is full of charm, warmth and genuine hospitality, offering the perfect venue for weekend breaks, conferences and meetings, water sport activities and of course golf.
Dramatic views across Cardigan Bay to the distant mountain range of the Snowdonia National Park form an attractive backdrop for this idyllically located, spacious 18th-century house. Owned by the same family for many generations, it is comfortable and has been … Continued
Cae Canol is a small family-owned park comprising of separate sheltered flat fields consisting of privately owned static caravans, motor homes/touring caravans, camping, seasonal tourer’s, and a dog walking field.
The cottage is a traditional stone Welsh cottage built in 1863. It has a superb combination of traditional features such as a woodburner in the lounge but also has all the comforts of modern living.