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Caerwylan Hotel
North Wales

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A privately owned hotel situated on the East shore of Criccieth's Esplanade with stunning views over the beach and Cardigan Bay. 24 Bedrooms with en-suite facilities, views of the sea and the medieval hill fort of Criccieth Castle. An ideal location for exploring both the Llyn Peninsula to the west with its gentle rolling hills and quaint seaside towns or soaring to the majestic heights of the Snowdonia National Park to the East with its astounding natural beauty and lakes. Friendly and efficient staff with traditional cuisine. Lift available to all floors, garages and parking. Enjoy a drink in the bar after a day sightseeing, walking or on the golf course. A gentle stroll takes you to all the town amenities. Criccieth is influenced by the warm Gulf Stream sweeping across the Atlantic Ocean from the distant Caribbean. With a southern aspect the two beaches are a mixture of sand and pebble with outcrops exposing rock pools at low tide. The bay is visited regularly by porpoises and swimmers bathe throughout the year in the mild waters. Treat yourself to a relaxing and peaceful break.

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