Criccieth is a pretty little place clustered around the bay, with the oldest part found huddled on the outcrop of rock near the castle. You’ll discover shops and antique stores here, as well as plenty of places to eat. Make sure you check out Dylan’s, one of two in North West Wales (the other in Menai Bridge) that have been winning many fans. For a little more shopping, pop to nearby Porthmadog. Make sure you explore the harbour area and take the time to find the perfect horseshoe bay of Borth y Gest. The coastal walks from here take you as far as wonderful Black Rock Sands, with views across the sea to Snowdonia’s mountains. There are two bedrooms. An upstairs double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and dressing table and small twin bedroom. One bathroom with loo, sink, heated towel rail and bath with shower and screen. A well equipped fitted kitchen with electric cooker, gas hob, fridge, microwave and open plan dining are. There is an adjoining utility room with washing machine, dishwasher and under counter freezer. Comfy seating for all guests, TV, DVD, CD player and log burner. The dining area is open plan with the kitchen and there is seating and space for all guests. A long lawned area to the back of the house with a patio area and table and chairs. There is a small patio area at the front of the house too. There is also a shed at the end of the garden which is ideal for bike storage. Casula is heated by central heating and a log burner in the sitting room (initial supply of wood only). There is plenty of parking in front of the house.
Size: 53 m2.
Amenities: Washing Machine, Dishwasher, kettle, Stereo, TV, cooking hob, oven, microwave, toaster, fridge, freezer, internet connection, garden, Fireplace, Towels, Private parking, Bed Linen, 2 x Restaurant, Heating, Patio, Rare view;
Bathroom: toilet, bath with shower;
Bedroom: double bed;
Bedroom: 2 x single bed;