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Branwen
Branwen
November 18, 2019
One of our favourites 15 minutes drive away. Fabulous sea views and great food and service.
Jeston
Jeston
November 14, 2019
Great situation on sea front and stylish building
Peter & Marilyn
Peter & Marilyn
November 12, 2019
Restaurant in the beach. near to the Castle. Great food.
Matt
Matt
November 9, 2019
Local food, stunning building lovely views
Frances
Frances
July 1, 2019
Great sea view restaurant, relaxed atmosphere. Dogs allowed in certain areas. Book online or call 01766 522 773

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“Criccieth Castle (Welsh: Castell Cricieth) is a native Welsh castle situated on the headland between two beaches in Criccieth, Gwynedd, in North Wales, on a rocky peninsula overlooking Tremadog Bay. It was built by Llywelyn the Great of the kingdom of Gwynedd, but was heavily modified following its capture by English forces of Edward I in the late 13th century. A Motte and bailey stood at a different site in Criccieth before the masonry castle was built. In 1283 the castle was captured by English under the command of Edward I. It was then remodelled by James of St George. In 1294, Madoc ap Llywelyn, a distant relation of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, began an uprising against English rule that spread quickly through Wales. Several English-held towns were razed and Criccieth (along with Harlech Castle and Aberystwyth Castle) were besieged that winter. Its residents survived until spring when the castle was resupplied. In the 14th century the castle had a notable Welsh constable called Hywel ap Gruffydd, known as Howell the Axe, who fought for Edward III at the Battle of Poitiers in 1356. The castle was used as a prison until 1404 when Welsh forces captured the castle during the rebellion of Owain Glyndŵr. The Welsh then tore down its walls and set the castle alight. Some stonework still show the scorch marks. Criccieth was also one of several locations Romantic artist Joseph Mallord William Turner used for his famous series of paintings depicting shipwrecked mariners. ”
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Point of Interest
“Visit the steepest hill in the uk visit the castle walk on the beach play golf”
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Establishment
“Highly recommend the Welsh Highland Railway fantastic journey to Beddgelert or carry onto Porthmadog. Check their website for special events , Rec the afternoon tea ! ”
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Art Gallery
“Excellent Art Gallery with a varied offering of works from local to internationally acclaimed artists.”
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Θέατρο
“Local cinema & theatre offering films, musicals & plays throughout the year. Located in Penlan Street opposite Polash Balti Restaurant.”
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Τοποθεσία
Maes y Mor, Wales LL52 0HU
Τηλέφωνο+44 1766 522773
Ιστότοποςdylansrestaurant.co.uk
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