Bron Eifion Country House Hotel
Bron Eifion Country House Hotel

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"On arrival they denied having ever taking my booking, would not attempt to accommodate my party of guests and made me out to be a liar in front of the ..." More

Bron Eifion Country House Hotel
"Good Points: Nice clean rooms, excellent food, an interesting building in nice countryside. Close enough to the town to walk and far enough away to feel secluded. Bad Points: As a ..." More

Lion Hotel
"We cancelled after only one night of the three we booked during our honeymoon. Was given one of the "cottages" in the courtyard, i.e a pokey en-suite room with a ..." More

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Criccieth is a small attractive holiday resort situated on Tremadog Bay in North Wales and is unusual in its location. As well as views across Tremadog Bay it also has views across Cardigan Bay and set high on a rocky outcrop are the ruins of a medieval castle – Criccieth Castle one of the few Welsh castles built by a native Welsh Prince in the 13th century. Rising behind the town are the Cambrian Mountains and this geography means that Criccieth enjoys a climate quite different from that of the mountains of Snowdonia. Criccieth is probably better known as “The Pearl of Wales on the Shores of Snowdonia” Historically there have been regular markets held in the town, but the development of the town was slow. A fishing fleet was based in the East Bay and there was some shipping activity but it was not until the 19th century with the growth of Porthmadog as an exporting port and many of the small boats were owned and captained by men from the Criccieth area. The most important change though was to occur with the coming of the railways around 1867 and the town easily took to welcoming tourists from all over the Midlands and North West as it does today. The seafront still appears very much as it did in Victorian times, the houses to the west of the castle initially at Marine Crescent with further development at Marine Terrace. The east side of the promenade benefits from particularly shallow waters making this an ideal location for families to enjoy the sea and sand – away from the hotels and guest houses in the west. Whilst being ideal for a quiet relaxing holiday by the sea, Criccieth is also a good location for touring the Llyn Peninsula, Snowdonia and the Cambrian Coast. Criccieth cannot be mentioned without reference to its golf course whose most famous member and past club president was David Lloyd George the Liberal Prime Minister during the First World War.

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Harold Smith
J T Thomas & Co

Attraction

Criccieth Castle
Lloyd George Museum
Resort Beach

Camping

Llwyn-Bugeilydd Caravan & Camping Site
Tyddyn Cethin Caravan Park
Tyddyn Morthwyl Camping & Caravan Site

Cottage

Brook Cottage
Farm Cottage
The Coach House

Dentist

Dental Surgery
Trem Y Gaer Dental Surgery

Doctor

The Health Centre

Estate Agent

Tom Parry & Co

Golf Club

Criccieth

Inn

Lion Hotel

Pub and Bar

Bryn Hir Arms
Castle Inn
Feathers Inn

Tafarn y Plu

Restaurant

Bron Eifion Country House Hotel
Granvilles
Moelwyn
Poachers Restaurant
Tiffin
Tir A Mor

School

Ysgol Llanystumdwy
Ysgol Treferthyr

Solicitor

R Gorden Robert Lawrie & Co

Taxi

Castle Cabs
Criccieth Taxis & Private Car Hire
Williams Of Criccieth

Shops

J R Jones & Son
J A Davies
Christine's Shoe Shop
Chapel of Art

Places to Stay near Criccieth

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Caerwylan Hotel (0.07 miles)

Caerwylan Hotel

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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 ... More

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Glyn-y-Coed Hotel (0.07 miles)

Glyn-y-Coed Hotel
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. Situated in the ... More | visit website
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Lion Hotel (0.20 miles)

Lion Hotel

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Developed and extended from a comfortable Olde Inn. The Lion hotel is situated on the edge of the village green, in the heart of this unspoilt seadide town, and has ... More

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Bron Rhiw Hotel (0.22 miles)

Bron Rhiw Hotel
This hotel offers the warmest of welcomes at Bron Rhiw Hotel in Criccieth. High standards of comfort and facilities are assured at this recently renovated, non-smoking Victorian property which has an AA Highly Commended 4 ... More | visit website
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George IV Hotel (0.28 miles)

George IV Hotel

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This latest addition to the Leisureplex group is situated on the High Street in the centre of Criccieth with magnificent views towards the sea and castle from many bedrooms. All ... More

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Marine Hotel (0.35 miles)

Marine Hotel
We at the Marine Hotel look forward to sharing our lovely location with you, and helping you have an enjoyable stay in Criccieth. The hotel is located opposite Criccieth Castle, and can be found by ... More | visit website
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Bron Eifion Country House Hotel (0.99 miles)

Bron Eifion Country House Hotel

Bron Eifion Country House Hotel is a luxury 4 star hotel, situated just ˝ a mile from Criccieth on the Llyn Peninsular. This grade II listed building overlooks beautiful gardens within the 5 acres of ... More | visit website

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Golden Fleece Inn (3.88 miles)

Golden Fleece Inn
The Golden Fleece has long been known for good food and a wide selection of fine wines, real ales and local beers. Our bar menu is extensive with specials added daily. For a special occasion ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Porthmadog (3.96 miles)

Travelodge Porthmadog is located just 2 miles from Portmeirion and is just under a mile away from Snowdonia National Park. The hotel offers free onsite parking and offers great access to nearby attractions. Guest rooms ... More | visit website

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Royal Sportsman Hotel (4.09 miles)

Royal Sportsman Hotel

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The Royal Sportsman is Porthmadog's premier Hotel, the only full service quality Hotel in Porthmadog with star ratings awarded by both the Welsh Tourist Board and the AA. The Royal ... More

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