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The Welsh castle at Criccieth is a marvelous sight to behold, sitting as it does so high and majestic atop a rocky promontory which juts dramatically out into Tremadog Bay. Yet, the site has also stirred up controversy over the years. A combination of Welsh and English remains, there has been much speculation as to which areas of the castle belong to which building periods.
Gwynedd LL55 0DP
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North Wales, UK
A beautifully renovated 18th Century Welsh farmhouse, Dolffanog Fawr is set in the glorious Tal-y-llyn valley in the south of The Snowdonia National Park. Guests can unwind and relax amid magnificent scenery and luxurious accommodation. Stunning view...