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Crikey. It may be small, but the Welsh seaside town of Criccieth has a cracking array of active options around it for all sorts of hols: on beach, in sea, up mountain, down mine, on pony, with fishing rod/golf club, or criss-crossing the many miles of footpaths in the area… And not that we’d say the best thing of all is the famous Criccieth Cadwaladers ice-cream, but well, Cadwaladers ice-cream.
Criccieth lies on the scenic shores of Snowdonia, as do the 11 acres of nearby Eisteddfa Caravan Park, a family-run Gwynedd site with views on one side of the Snowdonia mountains and over Cardigan Bay to the other. If you prefer to stay fairly local, a network of public footpaths crisscross the countryside immediately surrounding the park, the beach at Criccieth is 15 minutes’ walk away, and the town of Porthamdog is within three and a half miles; if not, Eisteddfa is on the A497 for easy access to days’ worth of other sights to see and things to do.
The clean and tidy amenities include toilet blocks, hot showers, a launderette and electric shaver points and sockets for hairdryers so you can look your best for a day’s sailing or mountain climbing; a new children’s playground has also been added to keep the kids busy while you plot what you’re planning to see and do next.
Criccieth is the nearest place for supplies and has petrol stations, shops, pubs, cafés, restaurants and a post office.
No single sex groups of three people or more.