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 Criccieth Guest Houses And B&B's

   Local Tourist Information Phone Number 0844 559 4925 

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The Bron Rhiw Guest House is a 6-minute walk from the beach. Situated in Criccieth, a 10-minute walk from the sandy beach, Cardigan Bay, and Criccieth Castle, Bron Rhiw Guest House offers accommodation with unrestricted parking, free Wi-Fi, and a guest lounge with a licenced bar. Each room at Bron Rhiw features an en suite bathroom with shower and free toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, and a flat-screen TV. Guests can request ironing facilities in reception. An award-winning hearty breakfast is served daily and it is made by locally sourced ingredients where possible. Breakfast is cooked to order and it also includes smoked salmon and free-range eggs. The on-site bar offers a wide selection of locally produced beers. A restaurant reservation service for local, recommended restaurants is provided. Snowdonia, with its wide range of outdoor activities, is a 20-minute drive away. The property has been awarded 4 gold stars from the AA, and also holds the AA Breakfast Award.  

Bron Rhiw Guest House

Caernarfon Road


Gwynedd LL52 0AP







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Mor Heli
21 Marine Terrace
Gwynedd LL52 0EF


Telephone: 01766 522878


Run by Eirwyn, Carolyn and family for over thirty years. Mor Heli is a Victorian double fronted house overlooking Cardigan Bay with over 100 miles of coastal views from Aberdaron to Aberdyfi.  All bedrooms are large sea-front, each with private facilities. Our Welsh breakfast is made using locally sourced ingredients including local smoked bacon, free range farm eggs, doorstep delivered organic milk. We pride ourselves on our hospitality and knowledge of the locality and language.  Criccieth is on the A497 between Porthmadog (east) and Pwllheli (west). The B4411 joins Criccieth to the A487 to the North. The hamlets and villages surrounding Criccieth are Rhôslan to the North, Pentrefelin to the East and Llanystumdwy to the West. Criccieth has an unmanned train station on the "Cambrian Coastline" which terminates in Pwllheli. The train ride from Machynlleth up the coast to Criccieth is one of the most spectacular train routes in the world.