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Those with a love of history will simply adore the medieval town of Caernarfon. The holiday cottages in Caernarfon are perfectly located to explore the ancient fortress that stands in the heart of this North Wales town. Simply select which holiday accommodation suits you best, whether that’s a barn conversion; traditional cottage; country home; townhouse or apartment and the proposed dates for your vacation. With a wide range of stylish homes on offer with Quality Cottages, some even complete with luxury finishes such as hot tubs and log fires, you are sure to find a holiday property that meets both your tastes and requirements.
Our Caernarfon holiday cottages will be ideal for parties of two or more, therefore making it the perfect choice for romantic breaks, group gatherings or a family holiday. Many of our holiday cottages are also wheelchair accessible and dog-friendly should you require it, simply look out for the key to see which properties are suitable.
Caernarfon is an ancient town that dates back to before the Romans, yet its iconic feature is a medieval fortress that towers above the town. It was built by King Edward I who wanted to cement his rule after the death of the last Prince of Wales. For those who are fascinated by history, the castle is considered a must-see in the area as it has been accredited with a World Heritage Site status. Many come to immerse themselves in history, gazing upon the ancient castle battlements to wonder about the scenes that would have been here many years ago. But for others who want to remain in the present, the beauty of the views over the banks of the River Seiont are reason enough to visit.
Away from the castle, the town boasts a thriving community where visitors can enjoy the plethora of shops, eateries and even a spot of golf at the Caernarfon Championship Golf Course that features some spectacular views of the Menai Strait. A little journey away from Caernarfon will take holidaymakers to the popular Isle of Anglesey, known for its gorgeous beaches and seaside attractions, or deep into Snowdonia’s countryside.