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It is a landmark site, a true testament to the varying fortunes of war. What a picture, what a view! Perched on a headland with the sea as its constant bedfellow. Its twin-towered gatehouse intimidates prospective attackers. So badly did the native...more
All reviewsworth a visitsmall exhibitioninformation centrecardigan baysteep walkfantastic viewsinteresting historyoverlooking the seainformation boardsenglish heritage membersgift shopwell worth the effortworth the climbllyn peninsulasunny dayvisited cricciethnice walk
Easy to visit. On street parking next to site. Small informative exhibition. Castle interesting, evocative. Beautiful views. Atmospheric but not over developed. One of many castles in N Wales but a particularly intimate one. Highly recommended.
We had a really nice time, there was a lot of information about the different parts of the castle. We thought it was a little expensive for the short amount of time required to look around the whole site
First let me say that the castle itself is excellent. It has spectacular views along the coast and if you like to feel the wind in your hair and hear the waves smashing below it’s great as the castle is open and exposed on the...More
The castle itself is very much a ruin with little left beyond the town facing towers. However there are great views over the whole of Criccieth including the sea shore in both directions. As English Heritage members we had free entry and it was well...More
My husband and I visited here with our four- year- old. Like every good castle it's situated on a hill. We had a drink in the tea room/ gift shop area, which is quite small, then made our journey up the hill to the castle....More