George IV Hotel
The Pearl of Wales on the shores of Snowdonia
Criccieth lies on the south coast of the Llyn Peninsula, where the edge of Snowdonia National Park meets the sea, with spectacular views over Cardigan Bay. The medieval castle, originally Welsh but later taken and reinforced by the Normans, dominates the town. The castle headland divides the seafront into two with a pebbly bay to the west and a sheltered mainly sandy bay to the east. This area of Wales is ideal for walking, from the gentle rolling hills of the Llyn Peninsula in the west to the soaring majesty of Snowdonia in the east with delightful gardens and castles at every turn.
Criccieth railway station provides a great way to visit Porthmadog or Pwllheli on the Cambrian line as well as giving an easy route to explore the world famous Ffestiniog and the recently completed Welsh Highland Railway.
George IV Hotel Facilities
- Excellent location on the High Street with views of the castle
- Entertainment room with bar and dance floor where entertainment is provided most evenings
- Attractive restaurant
- Delightful cocktail bar
- Comfortable Lounges
- All 79 bedrooms have central heating and bath or shower and WC (most have bath & shower)
- All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, internal telephone, hair dryer, TV with radio channels
- Free Wi-Fi in public areas
- No smoking throughout the hotel
- Large lift serves all floors
- Ample car parking
- Coach parking available nearby
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