Town and Area


Caernarfon is a traditional county town with a population of some 14,000.

The history of the town can be traced back to Roman times and the remains of the Segontium Fort are still visible today. The town is best known for its great stone castle, built by Edward I who intended it to be a royal residence and seat of government for north Wales. In 1969 the investiture ceremony was held at the Castle, for the current Prince of Wales.

Caernarfon has a small harbour and at one time it was an important port, exporting slate; it has a small Maritime Museum.

Nestled within the historic royal town walls of Caernarfon, the property, built in the C18, on a bustling pedestrian street of character, with lively pubs, restaurants, shops and cafes close by. Is just a stroll away from the magnificent Caernarfon Castle, the Welsh Highland Railway, the beautiful Y Foryd nature reserve and the Doc area with walks and views over the Menai Straits to Anglesey. ‘Walk or cycle in either direction along the coast from the apartments. Y Foryd is a unique nature reserve which also has a brilliant children's play area and skate park. In the other direction you can stroll to the docks and beyond, alongside the town walls.

The Caernarfon Apartments are within the town walls of the old royal town.

Named the fourth Best Region in the World 2017 by Lonely Planet.

Luxurious Bedroom at Caernarfon Apartments Second bedroom at Moel Hebog, Caernarfon Apartments

Caernarfon Apartments


The Caernarfon apartments offer a self-catering experience with the freedom and privacy of apartment living.

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