The beautiful unspoilt seaside town of Criccieth provides the perfect base for exploring both the Llyn Peninsula and the Snowdonia National Park, both areas of outstanding natural beauty. Criccieth has two beaches, the West beach which is sandy and the East beach which is pebbly and sits snuggled up to the castle rock of the lower town. Unwind, and discover all the magic that Criccieth itself and it’s landmark castle have to offer or hop on board the Cambrian Coast Railway – for a fabulous ride along this stunning coastline.
The Lion Hotel
The Lion Hotel is famous for it’s welcoming atmosphere created by care, consideration and a genuine desire to offer everything that the modern visitor requires. All rooms have en-suite and are tastefully decorated with complimentary tray, television, telephone and guest toiletries. There is free WiFi in public places and lifts to serve all floors.
• Return Coach Travel
• Traditional Cooked Breakfast
• Three Course Evening Meal
27th - 31st July
This tour will be packed full of places to explore and will take in some breathtaking scenery along the way.
starts with a visit to Llanfairpwill..gogogagh for coffee and a tour around the Pringle Woollen Mill then travelling onto Snowdownia to join the train up the highest mountain in Wales ‘Snowdon’.
will taking the sights and sounds of Porthmadog and Barmouth.
will be travelling through the countryside to the ‘Steam in the Sky’ and set sail along the Pontcysyllte Aquaduct in a barge. After spending lunch in Llangollen our return journey takes us to Carwen and finally through the Crimean Pass back to Criccieth.
Go Crackers Tour
16th - 20th november
Barmouth / Dolgellau / Mystery Tour
Anglesey / Caernarfon (incl. admission fees)
Departure Dates & Price
|Mon - Fri||27th - 31st July||Summer Tour||£335|
|Mon - Fri||16th - 20th November||Go Crackers||£260|
Details may change without notice - please check with the office for latest prices etc