Ty Criccieth Criccieth 2 Minutes To Coast And Shops

£320 - £665 per week

Why We Reccommend Ty Criccieth

Criccieth holiday apartment with wifi, stylish and contemporary, 2 minutes walk to beach and close to shops and award winning restaurants. Perfect for 2.


Criccieth holiday apartment – a stylish pet free boutique bolthole, just for two, in a converted Church
Please note: This apartment is not suitable for babies and toddlers.

  • Three words describe this delightful apartment - cool, stylish, contemporary!
  • Just in time for summer, this stylish pad, just for two, is set in the heart of Criccieth and is a 2 minute walk to the beach and just a short stroll to the shops and restaurants.
  • It is ideal for 2 people - beautifully appointed throughout with great attention to detail and is the perfect choice for couples wanting to escape to the North Wales Coast for a competitively priced weekly holiday or short winter break.
  • Lime and yellow stand out beautifully against white and pale grey walls. The dark grey L-shaped sofa is brightened with colourful cushions. Lovely tableware, interesting pictures and paintings with some original Meryl Watts engravings all adding to the apartment's personality and charm.
  • The kitchen come living/dining area is a lovely place to rest and relax whatever the season, reacquaint yourself with a favourite book or simply take time out with a coffee and morning paper.
  • Whether you choose to walk the nearby Coast Path or spend a lazy day on the beach this holiday home provides the perfect base from which to explore.


Criccieth shops and restaurants

  • The delights of Criccieth are on your doorstep! Step out from the apartment onto the High Street where there is a wealth of independent shops – an excellent butchers and bakers just across the road plus a superb fishmongers and vegetable shop. For good restaurants try Dylan's on the beach a stunning art deco building designed by local architect and creator of Portmeirion, Clough William Ellis. Recommended by the owners of this property are Poachers Restaurant and No.46 Tea Rooms. The famous Cadwalladers ice cream and fish and chip shop close to the castle should not be overlooked!

Criccieth Festival

  • This has evolved over the years to become an important date in Wales' cultural calendar. Held in the middle of June it has a programme of music, literature and lectures.

Coastal Path

  • Join the Coastal Path at the western end of town – it closely follows the clifftop before turning inwards passing the village of Llanystumdwy. Well worth visiting is the Lloyd George Museum. The path then becomes a wooded riverside walk back to Criccieth.


  • There are 2 lovely beaches in Criccieth itself plus a wealth of others close by. Porthmadog's little known hamlet of Borth y Gest has many intimate little coves and sandy bays with stunning views across to Harlech. Black Rock sands is a huge expanse of beach which can be driven onto and is 2 miles from Porthmadog town centre.

Caernarfon Castle and Victoria Dock 

  • Visit the huge imposing castle at Caernarfon built by the fearsome Edward I and marvel at the Medieval craftsmanship. Also at Caernarfon is the Victoria Dock with shops and cafes overlooking the marina. Bookworms with delight in Palas Prints one of Britain's best independent book shops which brilliantly combines English and Welsh language books - Curl up with a good read when you get back to this delightful apartment for two.
Days away...
Visit the hot spots of the Lleyn Peninsula and Snowdonia...

The Lleyn Peninsula and a day trip to Bardsey Island

  • Criccieth is the gateway to this region of 'Outstanding Natural Beauty' The Coastal Path comes into its own here enjoy the sublime views and fine display of seabirds, dolphins, flora and fauna. There are pretty villages such as Aberdaron and Abersoch on the path. Visitors grow to love the unique character of this remote peninsula.
  • Boats leave regularly (weather permitting) from Porth Meudwy near Aberdaron to visit Bardsey, once a place of pilgrimage. it was said three pilgrimages to Bardsey equalled one to Rome. Now the island is visited for its natural beauty, wealth of wildlife and historic interest. 
Days away
  • Visit the nearby Snowdonia National Park to experience the outstanding coastal and mountain scenery, numerous beautiful beaches, nostalgic steam train rides, the Snowdon Mountain Railway, thrilling adventure activities, fascinating industrial heritage, great local produce and so much more. Zip World, Fforest Coastwer and Bounce Below Exciting new ventures at Blaenau Ffestiniog both are very popular - the Zip Wire run is not for the faint hearted! Bounce Below is in the heart of the old slate mine - huge trampoline nets are set in 2 vast chambers linked together by walkways and slides. Advance booking advisable.Surf Snowdonia Newly opened in the Conwy Valley this is going to be a hugely popular attraction - 300 meter lagoon which can produce two meter high waves which surfing enthusiasts will love.
Chic holiday apartment for two in the seaside town of Criccieth with shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants and castle all within walking distance.


1 bedroom sleeping maximum of 2. (No children). 1 Double with bedside tables with drawers, lamps, long mirror, open wardrobe and open shelving bay window with sea views.

Bathroom full suite with power shower over bath and heated towel rail.

Open Plan Living Area kitchen part with fully fitted white units, electric oven/hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, table with 4 chairs. (Great laundrette just down the road for washing/drying clothes). Lounge area with dark grey L shaped sofa, beige easy chair, side tables TV/DVD, modern standard lamp, lovely pictures, bookcase with books, games etc.

Grounds The Apartment  is surrounded by communal grounds.

Additional Information


Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes designated space for 1 car 

Fuel - Under floor heating , immersion for hot water inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £25 p/w

Dogs - No

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No


Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Tarmac

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

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