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Price and Availability Index in Criccieth
Holiday Letting Price Information in Criccieth
The graph shows average prices of holiday lettings in Criccieth for the next twelve months. Prices reach their peak during one week in July. The average price per night in a holiday letting in Criccieth this week (27/07 - 03/08) is £158. The week with the lowest average prices is in March (09/03 - 16/03).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Criccieth
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Criccieth. It is in April that you will find the week with the fewest available holiday lettings (13/04 - 20/04). The week with the most available holiday lettings is in October (12/10 - 19/10), with 83 of the vacation rentals available.
The Weather in Criccieth
Check out the climate diagram for Criccieth. July is the warmest month in Criccieth, with average daily maximum temperatures of 19°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Criccieth, with temperatures falling below 4°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Enjoy your stay at a holiday letting in picturesque Criccieth
Situated on Wales's northwestern coast, on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, the pretty town of Criccieth is a great place to base yourself in if you want to explore northern Wales or spend some time hiking in the mountains of Snowdonia.
The real Prisoner
Fans of cult 60s TV show The Prisoner should head to Portmeirion, the Italianate village where the unusual drama was filmed. Check out Portmeirion's unique buildings, which were an integral part of the show's plot, and take a walking tour with a guide to learn more about the history of the architecture and the show. If you prefer to sit back and relax, hop on the train that travels around the village during the summer months.
Every summer, Festival N°6, a music event that takes its name from the main character in The Prisoner, is held in the village. It features performances by leading musicians and DJs, as well as kids' entertainment and cultural events.
Family fun by the sea
Whereas hikers will love the area for its proximity to Mount Snowdon, kids will love Criccieth's two family-friendly beaches. Sheltered, clean, and offering safe swimming areas for those brave enough to take the plunge, the beaches also offer promenades to stroll along and several cafés. Enjoy a warming meal in a restaurant before heading back to your Criccieth cottage.
If you're travelling with teenagers, you'll surely want to head to Dragon Raiders Activity Park, which has a paintball field in the wild Welsh countryside and Segway tours. Younger children will prefer Dwyfor Ranch Rabbit Farm and Animal Park, where they can cuddle up with bunnies or try their hand at feeding farm animals such as pigs, horses and goats.
Town and country
Criccieth is a picturesque coastal town, popular with visitors since Victorian times. Holidaymakers can visit medieval Criccieth Castle, which sits on a headland between two beaches. Although now in ruins, the 13th-century castle is still a fascinating attraction, with some interesting defensive features and great views along the coastline and out to sea. History buffs will also enjoy spending a few hours at the Lloyd George Museum in Criccieth, which is set in the former British prime minister's childhood home. George, who was always proud of his Welsh roots, lived in Criccieth between 1864 and 1880.
Hikers visit this part of Wales for one reason and one reason only: Mount Snowdon. The highest mountain in Wales is just a few miles north of Criccieth. If you don't want to climb the 1,085 metres to reach the summit, you can always take the Snowdon Mountain Railway instead.
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