The town of Criccieth is dominated by the impressive remains of its 13th Century castle, dating from the reign of Llewelyn the Great (1200-1240). The museum attached to the entrance is well worth a visit, as is the castle itself.
There’s loads to see & do in Criccieth!
Whatever the weather there’s always something exciting to discover, somewhere exciting to go, a new skill to acquire on land or sea, or just a beach on which to chill…
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Whether you enjoy a relaxing day’s mixed coarse fishing or the challenge of bigger carp you will enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and great views at Eisteddfa Fishery. For the game angler we have two Trout Lakes, one bait and fly, and the other fly only.
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