Criccieth is a town and community on Cardigan Bay, in the
Eifionydd area of Gwynedd in Wales. The town lies 5 miles (8 km)
west of Porthmadog, 9 miles (14 km) east of Pwllheli and 17 miles
(27 km) south of Caernarfon. It has a population of 1,826.
The town is a seaside
resort, popular with families. Attractions include the ruins
ofCriccieth Castle, which have extensive views over the town and
surrounding countryside.Nearby on Ffordd Castell is Cadwalader's Ice
Cream Parlour, opened in 1927, whilstStryd Fawr has several bistro
style restaurants. In the centre lies Y Maes, part of the original
medieval town common.
town is noted for its fairs, held on 23 May and 29 June every year,
when large numbers of people visit the fairground itself and the
market which spreads through many of the streets of the town.
Henfaes Private Guesthouse
Tel: 01766 522396
Henfaes is a lovely detached house, with extensive views across
We have 5 extremely spacious and comfortable
private suites. Each suite has a bedroom, bathroom and lounge with
large remote control colour TV and beverage tray.
Our spacious lounge leads into the sun lounge and
The dinning room seats a maximum of 12 residents.
Our menu is comprised of fine traditional home cooking.
The bar serves residents only and closes at
Criccieth is located on the beautiful Llyn peninsula.
Bron Rhiw Guest House
Tel: 01766 522257
Claire and Sian offer the warmest of welcomes at Bron Rhiw Guest
House. Excellent standards of comfort and facilities are guaranteed
at this beautiful Victorian property.
are delighted to have been awarded an AA Breakfast Award and are
also AA 4 Star Gold Award Guest Accommodation (which is only awarded
to the top 10%). Visit Wales have also rated us as 4 star Guest
Accommodation. Therefore, you are assured that bed and breakfast
here is of the highest quality.
Bron Rhiw Guest House is just a short walk from the superb
restaurants and beaches of Criccieth where dolphins are often seen
in Cardigan Bay.
North Wales is a beautiful area and Criccieth is ideally located for
the Snowdonia National Park, Portmeirion, Ffestiniog and Welsh
Highland railways, castles ,beaches, walking on the Llyn Peninsula
which is part of the Wales coastal path, birdwatching and many other
Two self-catering holiday
apartments, each sleeps up to four people.
Heulfre self-catering holiday flats
are situated on Marine Terrace, Criccieth sea front, within a
hundred metres of Criccieth Castle, facing South across Cardigan
Bay, whilst the mountains of Snowdonia are to the North East
The beautiful, unspoilt town of
Cricieth has shops, hotels, cafés, restaurants, kiddies
playgrounds, a bowling green and a miniature golf course,all
within walking distance of our apartments.
Within two miles, at Llanystumdwy, is the boyhood home (and
grave) of former Prime Minister David Lloyd George.
There are panoramic views across
the bay to Harlech.
Ideally located for touring the
beautiful Lleyn peninsula and Snowdonia, and visiting the
historic castles of Criccieth, Harlech and Caernarfon. The
Italianate village of Portmeirion and there are famous narrow
gauge railways to visit.
There is a railway station in Criccieth.