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Caernarfon

Castell Caernarfon
Located on the Menai Strait - and less than an hour's drive from our self catering accommodation here at Cae Garw is Caernarfon. Its castle is one of the most impressive of all of the castles in Welsh History, and is indeed one of the main tourist attractions throughout the whole of Wales
Caernarfon Castle
In 1969, the castle gained worldwide fame as the setting for the Investiture of Prince Charles as the Prince of Wales. It also houses the Regimental Museum of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, Wales's oldest regiment.
Caernarfon Medieval walls

Built by Edward I'st castle builder James of St George in 1283, this middle age castles consist of 9 towers ( the most impressive being the Eagle Tower) and two great gatehouses - although neither of the two gates were ever finished. The construction materials were ferried in by sea, and today some of the town walls can still be seen.

Caernarfon Museum

While visiting Caernarfon - do visit the black Boy Inn  - one of the oldest inn's in Wales .Built in 1522 within the Medieval walls - it is full of welsh charm, culture and history.

Pre booked guided tours of Caernarfon are available - where you can discover the history of the town and its people -  from medieval times to the present day, visiting some of the unseen treasures which this unique town has to offer.

Caernarfon

Opening times and admission fee can be found at the Caernarfon Castle website .