Traditional Welsh inn at the heart of Criccieth on the Llyn Peninsula. The Prince of Wales offers traditional good pub food, real ale and cask beers.The pub and bar is one of the best places to drink whether hiking, walking, cycling or fishing.
Places to eat in Criccieth…
A snack at lunch-time? Fish and chips on the beach? Ice cream treats at Cadwaladers? A family pub meal? Or an intimate dining experience? You’ll find them all as you explore Criccieth’s places to eat… Enjoy!
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.
The Tea Room offer speciality teas and poblado artisan coffees with homemade cakes and savouries.
Traditional Family-run Pub serving Real Ales and Welsh Cider alongside a good selection of draught beers, wines and spirits. Freshly prepared home-cooked food featuring local products.
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
A beautiful relaxing coffee and gift shop. A selection of home made cakes and sandwiches severed with coffee/tea or cold drinks
Offering a mouth-watering selection of freshly cooked dishes made with local Welsh ingredients, Tir A Môr restaurant is just a short walk away from the beach in the seaside town of Criccieth, in North Wales.