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Fantastic.staff couldnt do enough to help. Good food and comfy beds. Cant praise this place enough. Had chicken korma and it was fantastic.
Made to feel very special by the wonderful staff. The room was charming overlooking the estuary, very quiet and peaceful. First class meal in the restaurant, the service impeccable. All in all, a magical experience.
Beautiful somewhat secluded B&B close to Menai Bridge. Nice and quiet, no outside noise. Great helpful friendly owners and a wonderful breakfast. Room was great and well presented with all facilities needed including a mini bar, iron, ironing board, hairdryer etc.. Location is close to Menai Bridge ...
Perched on the shores of Cardigan Bay, within a stone’s throw of Snowdonia National Park, Criccieth is a popular seaside resort that attracts visitors from across Wales, the UK and further afield. As a result, the town has a great choice of four star hotels and guesthouses, all of which are within easy reach of the beach, castle, town centre and other attractions.
If you’re looking for a comfortable and convenient base for your Welsh seaside break, the fantastic four star hotels in Criccieth are the perfect choice. Housed in elegant period properties and boasting a range of amenities and facilities, these high quality establishments will help to make your stay in Gwynedd even more special.
With its wide, sandy beach and proximity to some of Cardigan Bay’s most beautiful stretches of coast, Criccieth is a popular destination with holidaymakers looking for a bit of fun in the sun. If you’re planning a relaxing week or two away and want to leave the car at home, choose one of the four star hotels close to the town’s beach. This clean and pretty stretch of sand is perfect for families and visitors who want to soak up some sun.
Alternatively, if you want to get out and explore the nearby beaches, inlets, coves and bays of the Gwynedd Coast, opt for a four star hotel close to the main roads out of Criccieth. Offering easy access to the surrounding area, these great hotels will help you to experience everything the region has to offer.
As soon as you arrive in Criccieth, you’ll be struck by the town’s many historic buildings, the most prominent of which is the ruined Criccieth Castle in the centre of the bay. Several other historic buildings can be found in the town, including some associated with David Lloyd George who was born near Criccieth and worked as a solicitor in the town. Just a short journey from Criccieth are several other impressive castles and strongholds, some of which have been designated by UNESCO as sites of Outstanding Universal Value.
As all of the four star hotels in Criccieth are centrally located, visitors staying in the town will be able to reach the castle and other historic sites on foot. The hotels to the north of the town offer the easiest access to nearby castles and attractions, including the stunning Caernarfon Castle and the beautiful Conwy Castle.
With almost two-thirds of Criccieth speaking Welsh to some level, the town boasts a vibrant Gaelic culture and strong national identity. Fairs and festivals take place in Criccieth throughout the year, with the two largest held in May and June. These events are fantastic opportunities for visitors to the town to experience an authentic slice of Welsh culture and get involved in important local events.