Criccieth Cottages

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    Garden Cottage: A hidden gem, tucked away with fantastic gardens and courtyard. A delightful cottage centrally located in this pretty seaside village. Beach 5 mins walk. (Ref. 920499)

    7 nights from £325

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    Twll y Cae: Charming detached cottage in small Welsh village. Two bathrooms, open fire. Stunning gardens. Criccieth 2 miles. (Ref. 912866)

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    7 nights from £326

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    Hafan Cartref: A traditional cottage with characterful charm overlooking Criccieth beach. Woodburner. WiFi. Private garden. Views of the bay from front facing windows. Off-road parking. Short walk to amenities and beach. Porthmadog 5 miles. (Ref. 953817)

    7 nights from £340

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    Cefn Bryn Bach: Delightful barn conversion, one of two in a courtyard setting. Excellent holiday accommodation. All ground floor. Open plan living accommodation. Wifi. Parking. Pub, restaurants and shops 30 yards. Castle and beach 10 mins walk. (Ref. 952319)

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    7 nights from £296

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    Cefn Bryn Mawr: Lovely barn conversion in a courtyard setting, one of two offering a great base for exploring the area. Ground floor bedrooms. En-suite facilities. Open plan accommodation. Wifi. Parking. All amenities close by. Castle and beach 10 mins walk. (Ref. 952320)

    7 nights from £339

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    The Auction House: A unique and quirky, spacious apartment in the heart of Criccieth. Styled with a medieval and gothic theme with luxurious bathrooms. Ideal for families and groups. Porthmadog 5 miles. (Ref. 960549)

    7 nights from £823

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    Seaside: Delightful three storey property right on the beach in Criccieth. Sea views from most rooms. Perfect for sophisticated family holiday. Town centre and castle 3 mins walk. (Ref. 912814)

    7 nights from £449

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    Y Castell Apartment 1: Welcoming ground floor studio apartment in Criccieth. Well-appointed and modern. Ideal base for a couple. Close to seafront, promenade and Criccieth castle. Shops and pubs 10 mins walk. Porthmadog 5 miles. (Ref. 926578)

    7 nights from £228

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    Y Castell Apartment 2: First floor seaside apartment in Criccieth. Open plan living area and double bedroom with en-suite. Ideal base for a couple. Close to seafront and promenade. Shops and pubs 10 mins walk. Porthmadog 5 miles. (Ref. 926579)

    7 nights from £244

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    Y Castell Apartment 3: Second floor apartment close to the beach in Criccieth. Spacious accommodation. Ideal touring base for a couple or family. Coastal path walks on doorstep. Pub and shops 10 mins walk. Porthmadog 5 miles. (Ref. 926396)

    7 nights from £254

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Just show me Criccieth Cottages

Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in Criccieth, Wales.

Criccieth is a delightful seaside town on the Llyn Peninsula, blessed with a south facing, sunny aspect across Cardigan Bay. This naturally sheltered location, combined with a special micro-climate, brings visitors year round.

The resort is somewhat split by Criccieth Castle, casting a magical glow as it rises up from a rocky outcrop. To the east, a long esplanade lines the main sand and shingle beach, with cafés at either end, while the western beach is overall quieter.

Relaxing days take various forms. Catching some rays down on the sands, building castles or hunting shrimps. Learning how to windsurf or catching mackerel. Exploring the Coastal Path over to Black Rock Sands; or along to Llanystumdwy, home to the Lloyd George Museum. Walking up the short, steep path to Criccieth Castle - the views are superb! The exhibition centre at the main entrance is worth investigating too, as is the local Heritage Trail.

What else? There's an 18-hole golf course with amazing sea and mountain vistas, as well as a number of attractions within walking distance - a pony trekking centre, fishing lake and the Plas Talhenbont Hall Wildlife Park.

Most of our Criccieth cottage holidaymakers do a spot of self-catering and there's no shortage of shops, including a local butcher's and deli. When you fancy a night off, there are restaurants and takeaways - not forgetting an award-winning ice-cream parlour and coffee house, open 'til late evening in summer with weekly jazz nights.

So, whether it's a short winter break or a long stay in summer, our Criccieth cottages deserve a look.