The most famous part of Caernarfon is, of course, its iconic Caernarfon Castle which attracts thousands of visitors every year. The UNESCO World Heritage Site was built under the command of King Edward I in the 13th century and is still an impressive site over seven hundred years on. Caernarfon itself is a thriving market town and its recently redeveloped waterfront offers wonderful views of the Menai Bridge stretching over the Menai Strait towards Anglesey.
We have all sorts of amazing places to stay in Caernarfon and the surrounding area, including cottages in other North Wales towns like Conwy, Beaumaris and Betws-y-Coed. If you’re looking for somewhere along the gorgeous Gwynedd coast, discover our range of cottages in popular seaside towns like Bangor, Llandudno and Abersoch. When you book with Holiday Cottages, you know you’re getting our best price guarantee — and we might even be able to include some little luxuries such as free WiFi or your very own private hot tub.
There are lots of outdoor activities to be enjoyed in Snowdonia National Park, from hiking up Mount Snowdon to visiting the exciting Zip World. With 200 miles of coastline to explore too, you’ll have plenty of sandy beaches like Dinas Dinlle and Talwrn to spend the day at. Fancy something a little more sedate? Head to Porthmadog via the Welsh Highland Railway and enjoy the stunning scenery in comfort and style. Caernarfon is also not far from the beautiful village of Portmeirion that’s famed for its impressive and unique architecture.
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Explore the majesty of Caernarfon Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site! Immerse yourself in medieval history and marvel at its imposing walls and towers. Discover the birthplace of the Prince of Wales and stroll along the charming waterfront.
Address: Castle Ditch, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 2AY
Gelert's Grave, nestled in the scenic Beddgelert village, Wales, is a must-visit for history and folklore enthusiasts. This legendary spot is said to be the resting place of Gelert, the faithful dog of Prince Llywelyn the Great. Immerse yourself in the tale of loyalty and explore this captivating site.
Address: Gelert's Grave, Beddgelert, Gwynedd, LL55 4YB