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Llwyn Y Brig Isaf 

Dinas Dinlle, Caernarfon, LL54 Show on map  13.1 miles from Caernarfon
Score 3.8 from 1 review
Llwyn Y Brig Isaf
Phone: +44 (0)1286 83026Online booking and availability
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£195.00per room per night
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Royal Goat Hotel 3 Stars

Beddgelert, Caernarfon, LL55 4YE Show on map  11.47 miles from Caernarfon
Score 7.8 from 222 reviews
Royal Goat Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1766 86224Online booking and availability
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Tyn Rhos Country House 5 Stars

Llanddeiniolen, Caernarfon, LL55 3AE Show on map  4.36 miles from Caernarfon
Score 9.0 from 244 reviews
Tyn Rhos Country House
Phone: +44 (0)1248 670489Online booking and availability
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Lake View Hotel 2 Stars

Llanberis, Caernarfon, LL55 4EL Show on map  5.28 miles from Caernarfon
Score 7.7 from 615 reviews
Lake View Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1286 870422Online booking and availability
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Caernarfon is located in Gwynedd on the coast of Wales. It is well known for its castle and has maintained the Welsh language, which can certainly be a treat. The area serves as a great base for exploring other areas in Wales which are located nearby, including Conwy. The castle in Caernarfon has been largely restored and should not be missed when in the local area. There are ample shops, restaurants and pubs in Caernarfon and in the surrounding area, making it an ideal place for visitors who are looking to get away for a few days.

Caernarfon is a small Welsh town that has a landmark with a reputation that precedes itself, Caernarfon Castle. The Castle itself has been the home of and borne witness to many a remarkably historical event throughout the annals of time with many a conquest, assassination and the occasional bout of regicide to boot!

Caernarfon Castle was first constructed in 1283 by King Edward I in commemoration of yet another military victory which he had managed to secure for himself, by the conquest of the small town of Gwynedd and further domination of the land by means of creating a number of enclaves with a series of connected towns later containing them within the walls.

The construction of the castle was to prove to be the fatal act that brought about Edward's downfall, as the extravagant cost for the construction of the structure was enough to incite open revolt by the peasant class. Edward, an already unpopular ruler due to his arbitrary taxes, corruption and blatant abuse of the power invested in him soon found he was even more alienated from the people.

If you want to sample some gorgeous scenery and have a walk around picturesque surroundings then you need look no further than Glynllifon Park, which houses a variety of visually stunning and frankly, breath-taking gardens and floral displays which have been designated as sites of interest within the scientific community.

Glynllifon Park is also used to host a number of different stalls, such as arts and crafts as well as local food.

We hope you enjoy your stay in one of our cheap Caernarfon hotels, mid range or luxury Caernarfon hotels.
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