Unmissable tourist sites
Criccieth Travel guide
Criccieth : Michelin's recommendations
This Victorian seaside resort boasts a ruined medieval castle. The surrounding Lleyn Peninsula is a remote region and a bastion of Welsh culture. Must-sees include the lovely gardens of Plas-yn-Rhiw, the strangely shaped trio of hills named Tre'r Ceiri, the sandy beaches, the rugged heights of Mynydd Mawr and the pilgrims' island of Bardsey. In the village of Llanystumdwy is the Lloyd George Museum, occupying the boyhood home of the man who was Prime Minister from 1916 to 1922.
23-25 High Street GB - Criccieth LL52 0BS
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 47 bedrooms are centrally heated and have bath or shower and WC (mostly ..
Beach Bank GB - Criccieth LL520HW
With views over the beach, Tremadog Bay and towards the ruins of Criccieth Castle, Caerwylan Hotel is situated 10 minutes’ drive from the edge of Snowdonia National Park. An en suite shower is provided in each room at Caerwylan Hotel, as well as a f..
Y Maes, Criccieth GB - Criccieth LL52 0AA
With stunning views across Snowdonia, The Lion Hotel is situated in the heart of Criccieth. The charming hotel offers home-cooked food, free Wi-Fi, free parking and a stylish bar. The elegant bedrooms each have a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee facili..