Criccieth Castle

Our very own Criccieth Castle is a combination of English and Welsh remains, sitting majestically on top of a rocky promontory looking over Tremadog Bay. On a bright, cloudless day It is possible to see Snowdonia to the north and Harlech Castle to the southeast. Well worth a visit to get a great view of Criccieth. For opening times and admission […]

Harlech Castle

Amazingly Harlech Castle was built in just 12 years, from 1283 to 1295 by an army of skilled craftsmen & labourers and cost £8,190.  The castle consists of two rings of walls and towers with an immensely strong east gatehouse.  The nation’s unofficial anthem ‘Men of Harlech’ which is loved by rugby fans and regimental bands is said to […]

Caernarfon Castle

This magnificent medieval fortress was constructed on the shoreline of Caernarfon post 1283 by King Edward I, in north-west Wales. Caernarfon Castle is a World Heritage Site. For opening times and charges visit Caernarfon Castle

Dobadarn Castle

Dolbadarn

Built early in the thirteenth century this castle is dominated by a 50 foot (15.2m) high round tower. For opening times and admission visit Dolbadarn Castle

Conwy Castle

Conwy Castle has been described as the most magnificent of Edward I’s Welsh fortresses.  From the grandeur of its eight high towers to the great bow-shaped hall & private chambers this castle is stunning!  For opening times and admission fees visit Conwy Castle