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Located in Criccieth, 295 feet from Criccieth Beach and 1969 feet from Criccieth Castle, Morannedd Bed and Breakfast provides garden views and free WiFi. A real B&B (not a hotel), in a really nice little town. Light room with wooden floor, big windows and a fantastic view of beach and mountains. Also very good breakfast, and a most friendly, welcoming host couple! We would definitely recommend this accomodation.
Located in Criccieth, Glanllifon B&B features sea views and free WiFi, 1640 feet from Criccieth Beach and 0.8 mi from Criccieth Castle. Nice pension close to the castle and the Marine Beach. I had a small but very cosy room with a comfy bad, all was clean. The breakfest in english style was perfect but the best were the owners - so nice and helpful. Thank you! :-)
Located in Criccieth, a few steps from Criccieth Beach and 2297 feet from Criccieth Castle, The Iris offers free WiFi and air conditioning. The property has sea and mountain views. Lovely setting spacious very clean and comfortable beds Only minus had to go up 3 flights of stairs to lounge I had recently had fall at home and had to be supervised on stairs - would have been better with rail near bottom of stairs to lounge but did not detract from holiday and it is only temporary.
Enjoyed this small coastal town except neither pub served food due to lack of staff. Spice Bank Indian restaurant was nice, no-where else to eat in the evening except Dylan's which was booked solid. Local cafe's were good for breakfast and lunch
No planning for food at restaurant for bank hoilday weekend could not find any were to eat in a restaurant all fully book up even when there was empty tables very poor staff did seem to care that there was so many people staying at criccieth but know we’re to eat
Criccieth is a gorgeous little town right on the Welsh coast. People are friendly choice of things to do and places to visit, easily accessible via local transport. Wasn't keen on the local Indian restaurants, packed out, and luckily our table was set apart, staff did not wear masks, waited over an hour and a half for our main meal, when others that arrived after us were being served. When it finally arrived we weren't impressed. Mine was tasteless and hubby's and was much hotter than any we have had in other restaurants.
Criccieth is a lovely small town/village on the south side of the Llyn Peninsula - just a few miles to the bustling town of Porthmadog (to the east) and a 10 minute or so drive to the seaside resort of Pwhelli (to the west). There's a good selection of bars and restaurants - all the ones we visited we'd rate as good value. We particularly liked the "Prince of Wales". Some restaurants require a reservation so it's best to book a day or two in advance. Others (such as the Price of Wales) don't take reservations - so be there early to avoid having to wait for a table to become free. Criccieth has a great old ruin of a castle. As with other castles, admission is by pre-booked and timed tickets. This is probably due to Covid restrictions. The same is true if you want to visit any of the castles in the area - such as Caernarfon, Harlech, etc.
Lovely Area, very quiet, nice beach and castle, everything in walking distance. few options for food, however due to covid I think you need to book well in advance because everywhere was fully booked. also book the castle In advance as we didnt know you had to pay let alone book. Lovely Cafes at the beach front, China Tea room and Swn-y-mor (lovely scones) Portmeirion worth a visit, overall a nice place to visit.
Criccieth is a quiet seaside location and an ideal base from which to visit other parts of this beautiful area . We ate at the Spice bank an Indian in criccieth town which was enjoyable ,also ate at the goat just outside of Criccieth which I would highly recommend .
Spotlessly clean with lots of utensils. Very comfortable double bed (only two of us so didn't try the second bedroom with two single beds). Separate laundry room. Garage with outdoor chairs, etc and separate carport. Fantastic views overlooking the bay. Very quiet location. Criccieth still pleasant and unspoiled with beautiful countryside inland. Seafront about a quarter of a mile away with excellent cafe's, restaurants and shops in town.
We really enjoyed our stay in Criccieth, the apartment really suited us, great seaview and really comfortable. There is a well equipped ikea kitchen and everything looks fresh and clean. Great location for exploring the llyn peninsula. The hosts provided good communication and plenty of literature about the apartment and general area. We also felt the hosts take Covid-19 seriously and the apartment was well prepared and made as safe as possible.
The location of the property made it quiet and a perfect place to relax. However if we needed anything Criccieth and Porthmadog were close by. Our dog loved the garden and as it was fully enclosed we could let her run around freely. Everything we could need was available at the cottage and we could see that previous feedback from other holidaymakers had been acted on, which had made improvements to the cottage and the garden.
Great small hotel, very comfortable and well maintained in a good location in Criccieth - quiet but close to everything. Friendly hosts who were very professional with the COVID precautions, which were thorough but not obtrusive in any way. Proof that you can keep travelling safely and comfortably during the pandemic when it's done well. Great homemade cake and fudge too.
We had a wonderful time in Criccieth . Our first time to Wales and the whole experience was great. Our apartment had lovely views of the castle and sea. It was very clean and it had every thing you needed. Sally was so helpful with any information we asked about . We would love to come back and stay in this wonderful apartment in lovely Criccieth
Staff are really friendly. The hotel is the cleanest one I've been in in years, absolutely immaculate. Dine in their restaurant, oh my, they've potentially got the best chefs in the whole of Wales, dinner was an amazing experience and their breakfast is like nothing you've had in a hotel before. First class.
If the hotel was £30 to £50 for a night , you would happy for the standard.
Great location for exploring this part of Wales