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610 233 Castell Criccieth Castle

Cricieth

Victorian charm comes to the seaside – with a medieval castle thrown in for good measure. Cricieth’s two beaches are separated by a headland fortress with a fascinating, forceful history. The resort is full of Victorian character – and flowers. Numerous restaurants and quality hotels, many with dreamy views across Cardigan Bay. Perfect spot for exploring Snowdonia’s mountains and the Llŷn Peninsula. Excellent coarse fishing nearby at Bron Eifion’s six-acre lake. Princes of Gwynedd exhibition in the castle.

Activity Providers in the Cricieth area and nearby

Bear Grylls Survival Academy
Eisteddfa Fishery

Walking and Cycling in the Cricieth area and nearby

Criccieth Heritage Walk 
Wales Coast Path 

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