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Morannedd Bed & Breakfast - Criccieth
Bed & Breakfast Accomodation in Criccieth for up to 6. Located on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula close to historic Castles and the Snowdonia National Park. Rooms available from £50 per night including breakfast. Up to 30% discount for longer stays!
|Morannedd "House by the Sea" provides family, couple, individual and business accommodation for up to 6 persons. |
Morannedd is situated in the historic Castle town of Criccieth 4 miles from Porthmadog on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula .
Morannedd offers 3 rooms (see our GREAT 2 or more day stay SPECIAL DISCOUNTS!), a large double bedroom with en-suite bathroom (Coastal and Castle views),a large double bedroom (king-size bed) with panoramic views over the sea to the mountains of Snowdonia and a comfortable twin/double room . The en-suite and large double bedroom have TV. All rooms have coffee and tea making facilities with in room ironing facilities available. A Graco travel cot is available to hire @ £3 per night.
We offer traditional English breakfast served in the dining room. The bathroom on the first floor serves the twin/double and large king-size bedroom.
The Castle, promenade and beach are just a few minutesí walk away. Criccieth has a good selection of shops, restaurants and tea rooms. Criccieth railway station is part of the Cambrian coastal line.
Whether you simply wish to relax in the surroundings of Criccieth, walk on the coastal path, golf, fish (sea, coarse or river) or take advantage of the many beautiful and historic attractions in the area Eddy and Diane look forward to welcoming you and making your visit whether pleasure or business an enjoyable one.
|An evening view from our dormer ensuite - |
|Front King-Size Bedroom - Large room with a very comfortable King-Size bed, table and chairs and fantastic views of Criccieth and the Cambrian Coastline.|
|Large Dormer en suite room Picture 1 - This room has a large integral bathroom and great views of the Cambrian coastline and from the rear Criccieth Castle (circa 1290).|