Welcome to Aeolian Holiday Cottage - Criccieth, North Wales

Visit Wales Accredited 4-Star Self-Catering Home-From-Home in North Wales.
Discover a really special Victorian townhouse accommodation with breath-taking views of Criccieth Castle and the sea. Inside, Aeolian provides a light-filled comfortable, homely space with modern amenities and peace and quiet from day-to-day bustle. We welcome single travellers, couples, families, children of all ages and up to two dogs to enjoy a relaxing holiday in the beautiful seaside town of Criccieth, North Wales.

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Fun for everyone

A light and airy peaceful house spread over three floors with contemporary artwork throughout plus Fibre Wi-Fi included. On the ground floor there is a long slate tiled hall with storage space for boots and coats, a sitting room with large comfy sofas and armchairs, lamps, Smart TV/Blu-Ray DVD player, original fireplaces and shutters for privacy. A spacious dining room with long table, benches and chairs, Bluetooth speaker, a well equipped kitchen and breakfast/sun room with washer/dryer, dishwasher, double oven and five-ring hob, microwave, two coffee machines, velux windows, Smart TV, DAB radio, USB point sockets, cloakroom and an enclosed, private courtyard with seating, lighting and architectural plants.

The kitchen and breakfast/sun room has underfloor heating, the rest of the house is gas central heating and hot water is instant. On the first floor is a large sunny super-king room with shutters and curtains, Smart TV and original fireplace, a twin room with 3ft beds, a bunk bed room (3ft beds) with shutters and a family shower room. The second floor is one master bedroom with a super-king bed, Smart TV, dressing area, reading area and en-suite bathroom with velux windows. All towels and linen supplied along with hairdryers, binoculars and hot water bottles. Beach specific towels, picnic baskets, beach blanket and umbrellas available for your use along with a highchair, travel cot (linen not supplied), stair gates and toddler specific dinnerware.

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Cottage Facilities

Feather or Anti-Allergenic Seasonal Bedding/Pillows

Superbly Equipped Kitchen

5-Minute Walk from Great Shops, Cafes and Restaurants

Beach Specific Towels, Picnic Baskets and Umbrellas Available

2 Bathrooms and Ground-Floor Cloakroom

1x Twin Room (Single Beds) and a 1x Bunk-Bed Room (Single Beds)

2x Super-King Rooms

Steeped in History

Criccieth is set in the most spectacular location surrounded by sea and mountains with friendly townsfolk who will make you welcome. Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) is the highest mountain in Cymru (Wales) at 1085m and attracts between 350,000 and 400,000 visitors a year. Criccieth Fair has been held on the 23rd May and 29th June on Y Maes every year since 1284 and there is a firework display on the beach in November.

It has two beaches either side of the Castle, the famous icecream shop Cadwaladers, Castle Fish & Chips and Dylan’s restaurant is at the end of the promenade housed in the Clough Williams-Ellis (Portmeirion architect) designed art-deco glass fronted building along with gift shops, a deli and a train station.

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