Glyn Y Coed

North Wales

North Wales offers an unrivalled choice of scenery and activity to the discerning visitor and particularly attracts the walkers, climbers and cyclists.
Criccieth is also popular for golfers, being central to courses in Porthmadog, Abersoch, Harlech, Nefyn, Pwllheli and Criccieth.

We are approximately 7 miles from Portmeirion Village and close to many attractions such as the Ffestiniog Railway, Snowdonia National Park, slate mines, copper mines, museums and not forgetting the various beautiful beaches and coastlines. Criccieth is as beautiful in the winter as it is in the summer.

The close by Snowdonia National Park covers 823 square miles of the most beautiful and unspoilt countryside in north west Wales. Unlike “wild” National Parks elsewhere in the world, Snowdonia is home to just over 26,000 people, who live and work in its towns and villages and on its hill farms.

Criccieth castle is one of the many attractions that make Criccieth a unique town.   Be sure to take a walk up the short path to the top of the castle to see the old ruins and the amazing views of Criccieth.

And if those views aren’t good enough for you, then take to the sky. Pleasure flights are available from Caernarfon airport.