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Boasting idyllic scenery and stunning activities, the town of Caernarfon is a place dotted with narrow historic streets, colourful shops, elegant Georgian buildings and is noted for having one of the largest buildings dating back to the Middle Ages. Caernarfon's comfortable holiday rentals, located just a few miles from the beach in the centre of the town, will provide you with a fantastic experience where you can get up close and personal with interesting history, Welsh language culture and nature.Lovely holiday rentals with heated pools and hot tubs
Charming holiday rentals offer you a comfortable and minimalist space surrounded by the natural landscape. Enjoy the relaxing hot tub overlooking the lake and have a refreshing drink at the bar by the heated outdoor pool. Interior features of the rentals include spacious kitchens, beautiful hardwood floors, renovated bathrooms and modern furnishings by the warm fireplace to enjoy curling up with a film on chilly days.
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Considered the most striking medieval monument in Wales, Caernarfon Castle is the town's most famous attraction. Steeped in legend and history, the castle is located in the centre of Caernarfon and is a World Heritage Site. A visit to this wonderful fortification allows you to admire the grandeur on a grand scale, along with the fascinating exhibits housed in its towers. From jewellery and Celtic gold to ceramics, coins, and medallions. Despite the passage of time, Caernarfon remains much the same as it was hundreds of years ago!The town's most scenic attraction!
Although Caernarfon Castle gets most of the attention, the town also boasts other impressive attractions such as the Welsh Highland Railway. This is the longest heritage railway in the UK and runs 25 miles (40.23 km) from Caernarfon to Porthmadog. Traversing from the coast to the slopes of Snowdon, a trip aboard this railway will take you through a landscape of lochs, snow-capped mountains and forests. You can find this wonderful attraction just below the castle walls.
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With spectacular views of the Snowdonia mountain range and the sea, Pant Du is a charming place to spend a lovely day with your loved one. This vineyard and orchard offers award-winning wines, cider, and high-quality apple juice that you should try. You can take a guided tour of the vineyard and do a wine tasting. Relax, eat a cake and sip a glass of wine in the tranquillity of the vineyard while taking in the views. For a romantic dinner, visit Osteria. This gastronomic hotspot in Caernarfon offers Tuscan dishes and wines that will leave you even more in love. Try carpaccios, pasta with meat, pork, and cream ragù and don't forget the traditional Tuscan bruschetta with olive oil.Caernarfon for families
If you're travelling with the kids, Beacon Climbing Centre is the best place to keep them entertained. Come rain or shine, the place is perfect to visit in all kinds of weather. With activities suitable for the whole family, you and the kids can climb the high walls and experience the feeling of freedom without the use of ropes! If you're looking for a fun way to climb, CrazyClimb will offer you a range of quirky challenges. This is one of the favourite ways to train without getting bored and release stress during the holidays. Beacon Climbing Centre is the largest indoor climbing centre in North Wales and caters for all levels.
Caernarfon is a Royal City and its name is pronounced as Kyer-narvon.
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Offering a wide range of delicious dishes, Caernarfon Tandoori is one of the best restaurants in town. Enjoy the comfortable and modern ambience, and marvel your taste buds with the flavours of traditional Indian and Bangladeshi dishes. The highly skilled chefs are culinary experts who will provide you with a high standard of food with a blend of herbs and spices. The authenticity of Indian cuisine and the presentation of the dishes make the experience memorable.2. Spend a lovely day at Gypsy Wood Park
The Gypsy Wood Park also offers a sensational day out with the children. The site has the largest miniature railway in Wales and is also home to farm animals, a picnic area and a large fishing lake. Meet the different animals, see the miniature goat, pet the guinea pigs, ponies, and miniature Mediterranean donkeys. The woodland is a relaxing place to be surrounded by the wild nature of 20 acres and is one of Wales' best kept secrets.3. Refresh yourself with a traditional beer!
The Black Boy Inn is undoubtedly the best pub in town. Punctuated by an original 16th century style with stone walls, log fires, exposed beamed ceilings and refreshing Welsh ale on tap, this charismatic pub is a must-visit in Caernarfon. Local meat and seafood dishes are a highlight. The bar on the other hand is a beer lover's dream. With over 20 taps of draught beers from some of the world's leading breweries, you'll find plenty to drink here.4. Enjoy a film or performance at The Galeri
The Galeri is an arts centre with a vibrant cultural scene that you won't want to miss. Discover the various art exhibitions and watch a film at the cinema. You can watch the latest cinema releases, as well as independent and classic films. The gallery also hosts concerts, a café bar overlooking the marina and a fantastic 400-seat theatre with a Steinway B grand piano for concerts.5. Walk in the woods of Parc Glynllifon
Explore the grounds of Parc Glynllifon, discover rare plants and admire the fountains and sculptures. These Grade I listed historic gardens have footpaths, a historic steam engine and a craft centre. There are a variety of paths through the park that are great for walking your dog. After a day of exploring, stop by Scoop and get your reward after a long walk. You can find Dutch pancakes and more than 16 flavours of ice cream to sweeten your day.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Caernarfon
What was the average price for a holiday rental in Caernarfon in 2020, during the corona crisis?
COVID-19 has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Caernarfon has an annual average price of £106.23 per night.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Caernarfon?
If you want to save as much as possible during your visit to Caernarfon, book to go there in March (£81.51 per night on average), January (£92.41), or February (£94.96) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When does the price of holiday rentals in Caernarfon go up the most?
Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of August (£143.62), July (£114.28), and October (£107.8).
Is it necessary to plan a trip to Caernarfon well in advance?
It is better to book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Caernarfon, as only 26% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
When are more holiday lettings available?
December, November, and May are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 59%, 47% and 36.2%.
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Caernarfon?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 1% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by September (4%), and July (4%).
How many holiday rentals are there in Caernarfon?
Holidu offers around 160 holiday rentals in Caernarfon from 7 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!