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The Caerwylan Hotel
The Caerwylan is a friendly, privately owned hotel, situated in a unique location on the East shore of Criccieth's Esplanade. The hotel is a landmark Victorian building which faces south with stunning views over the main beach, Tremadog Bay and towards the ruins of Criccieth Castle. The Caerwylan probably enjoys some of the best seaside views in North Wales.
We bought the hotel at the end of 2007 and since then we have rebuilt all of the bedrooms to a high standard. We now have 24 comfortable, contemporary, en-suite bedrooms. Each bedroom has been individually designed and many of the bedrooms have lovely sea views.
During the winter of 2010/11 we rebuilt most of the ground floor of the hotel including a new relaxing sea facing lounge, a contemporary bar with cask beer and new toilets, including a disability toilet.
The latest project, which was finished in March 2012, has been a new kitchen and restaurant. Our new restaurant which has garden and sea views, is open to residents and non residents for dinner seven days a week from 6pm. The Head Chef uses good, local suppliers as much as possible and offers various dining options. We are also open for Sunday Lunch from noon until 2 pm. Reservations are recommended for dinner and Sunday Lunch
Non residents are also very welcome for morning coffee, light lunches or afternoon tea which is served in the sea facing lounge and during the summer months in our garden.
The Caerwylan is an ideal base to explore Criccieth, the beautiful beaches of the Lleyn Peninsula, Snowdonia and the many famous steam railways, castles and golf courses of North Wales. Criccieth is influenced by the warm Gulf Stream sweeping across the Atlantic Ocean from the distant Caribbean. With a southern aspect, the two beaches are a mixture of sand and pebble with outcrops exposing rock pools at low tide. The bay is visited regularly by porpoises and swimmers bathe throughout the year in the mild waters. A gentle stroll takes you to all the town amenities.
Treat yourself to a relaxing and peaceful break, Nick and Fiona look forward to welcoming you.