Criccieth is a very special seaside town perfectly situated in Cardigan Bay, on the edge of Snowdonia National Park and at the gateway to the stunning, wild scenery of the Llyn Peninsula. With its unique charm and friendly atmosphere, Criccieth's picturesque beauty encourages visitors to return time and time again. Enjoy the wonderful beaches, thriving High Street gift shops and explore the historic 13th Century castle remains with it's breathtaking panoramic views of Cardigan Bay. It’s been a firm favourite with InterChoice customers for many years. Why not come and see why!?
Arrival Day: After joining the coach via one of our departure points or our executive Door2Door service, you will be introduced to your professional driver and whisked away in comfort to idyllic Cricceith. We aim to arrive between 4-4.30pm so that you can relax before your evening meal and settle down for your first night.
Full Day Excursion: Today we travel through scenic Snowdonia National Park, a vast area promising an abundance of natural beauty. Snowdonia covers 838 square miles and boasts nine mountain ranges where many river gorges, waterfalls, valleys and forests filled with ash, oak, rowan and hazel trees can be found. We stop at Beddgelert, the loveliest village in Snowdonia, unspoilt and picturesque with its stone built cottages set along the banks of the Afon Glaslyn River. Beddgelert is the home to the legend tale and resting place of 'Gelert' the faithful hound of the medieval Welsh Prince Llewelyn the Great. Visit Gelert's monument or peruse the Olde worlde charm filled pubs, cafes, gift and welsh craft shops.
Free Day in Resort: Free time to explore and enjoy your holiday resort, Criccieth. Why not visit the quaint shops or Criccieth Castle which stands pride of place on a headland offering views that must be seen to be believed. If you are feeling adventurous why not make your way to neighbouring Porthmadog and take a ride on the award winning Welsh Highland or Blaenau Ffestiniog narrow gauge steam railways.
Full Day Excursion: We travel north and cross the delightful Menai Strait to Anglesey, famed for it's breathtaking landscapes and natural wild beauty. Here we stop at Llanfair and the Pringle Woollen Mill before leaving Anglesey for Caernarfon, the County town of Gwynedd, home to Wales' most famous Castle towering over the banks of the River Seiont. Take a stroll down Caernarfon's majestic, narrow, cobbled streets and peruse the array of shops, grab some lunch in one of the many eateries or visit the stylishly developed waterfront.
?Departure Day: Make the most of the wonderful food that is on offer for breakfast this morning. After a fabulous holiday, it's time to bid farewell to your hosts and Criccieth for your journey home, taking wonderful memories with you. We aim to get back to home by mid afternoon and hope to see you back again some time soon!
Period building offering stylish antique furnished and contemporary rooms
Castle view cottage accommodation offers stunning views of Criccieth Castle
All rooms feature flat screen freeview TV, hairdryer, direct dial telephone & hospitality tray
The Elegant Pink Llewelyn restaurant offers a mouth-watering selection of freshly prepared and locally sourced produce
Lift access to the majority of rooms
Regular live entertainment and quiz nights