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High Street, Criccieth, Criccieth, LL52 0BS, United Kingdom – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Snack bar
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not needed).
Room service, Packed lunches, 24-hour front desk, Fax/photocopying
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Lift, Heating, Non-smoking throughout, Designated smoking area
From 15:00 hours
Until 10:30 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 1 year stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 81 reviews
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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.
Score from 207 reviews Good
The Black Boy is a 16th-century inn within Caernarfon's historic town walls. It has good real ales, hearty meals, and is an easy walk from the town centre and 13th-century castle.
Score from 565 reviews Superb
Less than 1 mile from Porthmadog Railway Station and town centre, the Tudor Lodge is a 4-star rated guest house. It offers en suite rooms, free parking and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 252 reviews Superb
Situated in Llanbedrog in the Llŷn peninsula of Gwynedd, Craig Y Glyn is a luxury bed and breakfast 5 minutes' walk from the beach. The famous Snowdonia National Park is 35 miles away.
Score from 73 reviews Exceptional
Staff were friendly & helpful
Wi-Fi only in public areas no bar menu only restaurant Breakfast was using obviously cheaper products bathroom not clean-toilet dirty on arrival, shower with silicone discoloured & dirty shower trap. Obviously a budget hotel, reflected in the price.
Good breakfast. Free parking.
Room comfort and cleanliness
only one other young family staying, felt like an old peoples home but the people were friendly.
Booked 3 nights bed and breakfast. The location of the hotel was great, near shops and services.The room was comfortable and spotlessly clean. The lift was welcome, as we were on the 3rd floor, so there was no struggling upstairs with suitcases. All staff were extremely pleasant and friendly. Breakfasts were cooked well, and served promptly. Will definitely be back.
No complaints at all
And a spacious room which my 90 year old mum enjoyed, plus the swish lift and the rail in the shower were appreciated. Enjoyed the evening entertainers.
The Very helpful Staff The Menu The very comfortable bed The bathroom @shower An enjoyable few days
in a nice position and very close to shops and other restraunts
you have to cross the main road from the carpark with your luggage not great if you have a few bags
Position. Mainly european staff most helpful.
Coach party hotel almost exclusively which means you have to fit into their regime as to meal times etc. Car park small for big hotel and everybody uses it. Needs updating soon.
Good friendly staff and comfortable facilities will definitely use the hotel again
Car park facilities poor crowded
Staff location view
I fell down the side of the bed and bruised and hurt my lower back so I never slept or was able to get our and about as I would have wished
Poor quality breakfast
good service good rooms good food help full staff central location imposing building
A lovely hotel in a lovely location, very friendly staff
Could do with an update and the evening meal menu very limited but good value
Perfectly simple; an old building in an old style, with just enough modern to keep you perfectly comfortable and relaxed. If the point of hospitality is to make the process as seamless as possible; this went perfectly. Everything was effortless and we didn't have a care; just went about our business as we wanted. It's certainly not lavish; but then, it's a 2star hotel in an old Welsh village, - Unless you're a Princess, it has everything you need to a perfectly decent standard..
Nothing; everything was perfectly fine with our stay.
Bedroom was clean, power shower was excellent, breakfast was nicely cooked and piping hot. All staff were polite and friendly
Arrived a little later than expected and miss evening meal, only 1 sitting at 19:00 (large coach party). However the Indian down the road was recommended and was good value for money
Charge cancellation fee
Clean modern bedroom and en suite. Good breakfast. Great location.
The bed was hard and uncomfortable and had sheet and blanket not duvet which I prefer.
The hotel was welcoming both from the point of view of friendly staff, and also in terms of it felt right as you walked in. The bedroom was clean, good bathroom, comfortable bed, plenty of storage space. The breakfasts were good, and service was prompt and friendly.
Car parking was poor - plenty of space, but needs re-surfacing (surfacing at all!). Sleep was disturbed by raucous wrinklies returning to their rooms after bingo.
Location Location Location
OAP bus tourers Regimented breakfast
Exc location, close to good restaurants and sea front. Bed linen spotless, bathroom clean, towels clean. Breakfast table numbered, no waiting about, waitress service, food hot nice quality
Room shabby decs, old fashioned dark furniture
location staff friendly and polite
Minor points - lack of wifi in room - tv very small Major points - breakfast poor quality ingredients - general feeling of hotel was tired in need of uplift - towels were clean overall poor value for money
The junior staff were nice and polite.
The room, in the newer part, was airless and hot. Very little ventilation from the very small window, which overlooked someone elses window and no air con. made it impossible to sleep. The lounge is dated, tired, dark and unwelcoming. The patch of waste ground used as a car park can fill up quickly.
Ability to get my wife's wheelchair into the room, dining room etc. The speed of service and quality of food was good.
Front access lift was out of order so had to use a rear fire door to access: this was up an extremely steep slope.
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