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Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Caernarfon

The most famous landmark in Caernarfon is its castle, but the town has plenty of other attractions that make it an excellent place to visit on a Welsh holiday.
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52.916049, -4.232985

Aeolian is a lovely three-storey Victorian, coastal townhouse located opposite Criccieth Castle enjoying far reaching sea views. The interior combines original and modern features with fresh and spacious living areas that are perfect for families or friends. This home from home sleeps eight guests in four beautiful bedrooms which include two super king rooms, two full-size singles in a twin room and a children’s bunkbed room along with two bathrooms and a ground floor cloakroom. Up to two dogs are welcome and an enclosed suntrap garden with table and benches will keep everyone happy along with the full fibre Wi-Fi. The beach is a two-minute walk away along with pubs, restaurants, cafes, shops and a train station within easy reach. A great location to visit the many places in North Wales and the Llyn Peninsula with the Wales Coast Path on the doorstep. Parking is free and readily available across the road from the house and the nearest EV charging points are within a ten-minute walk. Tourist board rating: 4 Star

Weekly guide price:
£860 to £1560
Short breaks from £125 per night

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Min nights: 2 (off peak) | 7 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Friday | 4 Star

53.113515, -4.258848

Groups love The Bevan for the 17 well-appointed ensuite bedrooms, which can either be superking or twin rooms, depending on your requirements, and a location close to mountains, beaches, and the most famous Castle in Wales. The large group holiday home is part of the Plas y Bryn manor house in Bontnewydd, with beautiful views over the Menai Strait towards Anglesey. Caernarfon is only ten minutes away, and you're ideally located to explore Snowdonia, the Llyn Peninsula, and the coast of North Wales. The Bevan is child and pet-friendly, accessible for guests with limited mobility, and easily sleeps up to 34 people. Amenities include a games room, a private garden, and shared gardens and woodland. 

Weekly guide price:
£2266 to £7430
Short breaks from £501 per night

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Min nights: 3 (off peak) | 3 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Flexible

53.110247, -4.260900

Escape for the weekend to Cadwaladr 1 just outside Caernarfon. Snowdonia National Park is on the doorstep, while Caernarfon Castle and town centre are less than a mile away. Located on the site of an elegant manor house, the accommodation is part of an extensive accommodation block and sleeps up to 30 people in 12 beautiful bedrooms - the perfect big self-catering property for groups of extended family and friends. Day trips can include seeing the peak of Snowdon, Anglesey and the Italianate village of Portmeirion, all of which are within easy reach, and there are lots of excellent footpaths and cycle routes nearby.

Weekly guide price:
£1992 to £6732
Short breaks from £450 per night

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Min nights: 3 (off peak) | 3 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Mon/Fri

53.016455, -4.079516

Beddgelert is a pretty Welsh village within the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, with a friendly community and welcoming pubs. A 20-minute stroll along a riverside path from the village centre, and surrounded by 48-acres of private grounds, Sygun Cottage is a wonderful holiday retreat for couples to unwind and relax. Guests can make the most of the stunning scenery with leisurely rambles, challenging hikes or thrilling mountain bike rides; delve into the magic of the Sygun Copper Mine and take fun-filled day trips to Porthmadog and Caernarfon.

Weekly guide price:
£425 to £595

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Min nights: 4 (off peak) | 3 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Flexible

52.976600, -4.402100

"Cottage in North Wales" is a 1 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire. The property is situated in Llanaelhaearn, 2 miles inland from Trefor beach, on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsula and just outside Snowdonia National Park. It's perfectly location to explore Nefyn, Pwllheli, Dinas Dinlle, Caernarfon,...

Prices from £217 per night

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52.976600, -4.402100

"Cottage in North Wales" is a 1 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire. Welcome to this idyllic lodge located in the picturesque village of Llanaelhaearn. Nestled amidst the stunning Welsh countryside, this lodge offers a perfect blend of relaxation, nature, and feline companionship for Bengal cat lovers. Situated...

Prices from £224 per night

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53.085786, -4.228842

"Dragon Pod" is a 1 bed holiday Lodge sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire. Penygroes is a delightful, quiet village around six miles from the old castle town of Caernarfon, on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, with great scenic treks and mountain vistas easily accessible. The hamlet has a nice assortment of...

Prices from £215 per night

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53.127265, -4.224854

"Poppy Cottage" is a 1 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire. Caeathro is a small rural North Wales village close to the Snowdonia National Park, Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula. The village has its own shop and pub, and is just two miles from the popular tourist destination of Caernarfon with its 13th...

Prices from £126 per night

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53.099319, -4.268724

"Y Felin" is a 1 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire. Bontnewydd is a scattered rural hamlet situated on the banks of the River Wnion, in the heart of southern Snowdonia, surrounded by the spectacular scenery of wooded hills and mountains. The wonderful Cader Idris Mountain Range and Coed Y Brenin...

Prices from £200 per night

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53.140797, -4.264404

"Padarn Lodge" is a 1 bed holiday Lodge sleeping up to 3 guests in Caernarfonshire. Caernarfon is a historic town resting in North Wales, settled on the banks of the Menai Strait. The town is home to a 13th century castle with well-preserved town walls and a beautiful waterfront, making it a popular tourist spot. Discover a...

Prices from £246 per night

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52.977537, -4.351315

"Cwm Ceiliog Annex" is a 1 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire. There is a stone breakwater pier and a protected sandy beach in the little community of Trefor, which overlooks Caernarfon Bay and the Wales Coastal Path. Those who are feeling more courageous can surf right outside the breakwater. Convenience...

Prices from £141 per night

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52.970031, -4.386089

"Caban Cwtch (The Cosy Cabin)" is a 2 bed holiday Lodge sleeping up to 4 guests in Caernarfonshire. Oad Street is a small but thriving hamlet less than a mile from the M2 motorway with links to Maidstone, Canterbury and Rochester, making it a perfect location for visitors wanting to explore Kent. The village itself has a pub serving...

Prices from £201 per night

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53.078560, -4.294660

"Beudy'r Wennol" is a 3 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 6 guests in Caernarfonshire. Groeslon village rests in between the Snowdonia National Park and the coast at Dinas Dinlle in North Wales itself, it offers a local pub. Close by, enjoy walking and cycling through Snowdonia, which also offers superb views and other thrilling...

Prices from £454 per night

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53.127238, -4.224890

"Daffodil Cottage" is a 2 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 5 guests in Caernarfonshire. Caeathro is a small rural North Wales village close to the Snowdonia National Park, Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula. The village has its own shop and pub, and is just two miles from the popular tourist destination of Caernarfon with its 13th...

Prices from £186 per night

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53.127323, -4.224844

"Bluebell Cottage" is a 2 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 4 guests in Caernarfonshire. Caernarfon offers many great visitor attractions and amenities, including a 13th century castle that holds regular guided tours and special historical events as well as a bustling waterfront, and a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs....

Prices from £177 per night

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53.141371, -4.263570

"Peris Lodge" is a 1 bed holiday Lodge sleeping up to 3 guests in Caernarfonshire. Caernarfon, Gwynedd County, North Wales, is a major cultural and historical centre. The town's 13th-century castle, town walls, and waterfront all remain in excellent condition, making it a popular destination for tourists. History pageants and...

Prices from £243 per night

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53.078560, -4.294660

"Plas Mawr" is a 4 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 8 guests in Caernarfonshire. Groeslon is a village just outside of the Snowdonia National Park. It offers the Penionyn Tafarn pub serving food and the Indigo Jones Slateworks, dog-friendly and with a café. Caernarfon sits close by with much to see and do, including its...

Prices from £338 per night

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53.131191, -4.241220

"Eirlys" is a 3 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 6 guests in Caernarfonshire. The village of Caeathro is just outside of Caernarfon, on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. Caernarfon is a popular tourist spot with an impressive castle, well-preserved town walls and attractive waterfront, along with a selection of...

Prices from £148 per night

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53.127274, -4.224869

"Ty Ni" is a 3 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 7 guests in Caernarfonshire. Caeathro is a small village with a shop and pub, situated on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, 2 miles from Caernarfon. The town is a popular tourist spot, with its impressive 13th Century castle, well-preserved town walls and attractive...

Prices from £268 per night

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53.106360, -4.192840

"Ty Bach" is a 1 bed holiday Lodge sleeping up to 2 guests in Gwynedd.

Prices from £143 per night

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53.140620, -4.277480

"Totters Hostel" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire.

Prices from £75 per night

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53.141070, -4.277650

"Caer Menai" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire.

Prices from £143 per night

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53.141010, -4.275860

"The Black Boy Inn" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire.

Prices from £147 per night

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53.140910, -4.277480

"Tegfan -The Anglesey Townhouse" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire.

Prices from £56 per night

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53.140640, -4.276650

"Ty Glyndwr Bunkhouse, Bar and cafe" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire.

Prices from £84 per night

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53.139680, -4.278380

"Anglesey Arms" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire.

Prices from £114 per night

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53.069830, -4.228380

"Canolfan Y Fron" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire.

Prices from £116 per night

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53.140820, -4.276170

"Caernarfon Apartments" is a 1 bed holiday Apartment sleeping up to 2 guests in Caernarfonshire.

Prices from £163 per night

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Below are some of our top recommendations of what to see and do when you visit Caernarfon.

Where to Go in Caernarfon

A highlight of Caernarfon is Caernarfon Castle, built in the Middle Ages and known as being one of the finest examples of architecture from this period. Situated on the banks of the River Seiont, the castle is one of the best places to go in the town no matter your interests, as there is plenty to see and discover around the site.

The waterfront around the castle in Caernarfon is also well worth a visit, having recently been redeveloped with plenty of great restaurants and shops. The town overlooks the channel separating Anglesey from the rest of the Welsh mainland known as the Menai Strait, and on sunny days the views out over the water are very beautiful.

If you’re after a day at the seaside, Dinas Dinlle is a small, nearby settlement that has a huge sandy beach, perfect for picnics and sandcastle building when the weather is warm. The Snowdonia National Park is also only a few miles away from Caernarfon and is another great spot for a day trip.

What to Do in Caernarfon

One of the key tourist attractions in Caernarfon is the Welsh Highland Railway, which carries its passengers 25 miles along a heritage railway line to the town of Porthmadog. You have the option to sit in first class and get served delicious meals at your seat, or can travel in third class and still enjoy a wonderful historic train ride through the beautiful Welsh landscape.

If you’re looking for outdoor activity during your time in Caernarfon, the Lon Eifion Cycleway is a brilliant route to explore. The 12.5-mile path is traffic-free and wide enough for plenty of bikes, walkers and pushchairs, offering views of the edge of Snowdonia’s mountains and chances to visit villages such as Bontnewydd and Penygroes.

For a bit of culture during your trip, the Galeri Caernarfon Arts Centre has a gallery space, theatre and cinema that all have a regular program of events happening throughout the year.

Best Time to Visit Caernarfon

Caernarfon is a brilliant location for sightseeing in Wales, which means that visiting in the cooler months of the year between April-May and September-October will not disrupt your plans too much. The weather in summer in Wales is always the hottest and driest part of the year however, so if you’re after sunny skies and minimal chances of rain, the best time to visit the town is between June and August.