When you choose a holiday rental home in Caernarfon you will have a home base that provides all of the comforts of home whilst being very close to dozens of activities and attractions.
There is much to do during your break away to Caernarfon. Consider a visit to Foryd Nature Reserve. Here you can hike and cycle on one of the trails. It is also an excellent location for bird spotting. Caernarfon Walk has the distinction of being a World Heritage Site. Explore all the history this area has to offer from the Roman era until the present day. Since Caernarfon is just short distance from fabulous beaches, all of the water sports that you can think of are within reach during your holiday to Caernarfon. The nearby National Watersports Centre provides instruction in many popular sports. Depending on what time of year you visit, you can take part in one of the many art, agricultural and other shows and festivals that take place in Caernarfon throughout the year.
Whatever your interests, there will be something to do in or near Caernarfon. You can start with a visit to Caernarfon Centre. Once there, visit the Caernarfon Castle. Tours of the interior and grounds are available. The Centre also has wonderful shopping and dining opportunities. The Welsh Mountain Zoo is an attraction that is fun for the whole family. Dozens of animals will delight you during your visit. The mission of this zoo is to further the conservation programmes, so whilst you are there you will be able to learn about what part you play in helping to ensure the survival of endangered species. If you need something to do on one of those inevitable rainy days, try a visit to the Piggery Pottery. There both adults and children will learn how to work a pottery wheel and can bring home their own creation.
Caernarfon and North Wales in general has weather that in milder – both in summer and winter – than other parts of the UK. Whilst there are certainly cold and hot days, it is to less of a degree and the extremely hot and extremely cold days are few. The average temperature in the summer is an average of 20 degrees. In winter, the average is about 8 degrees. Average rainfall is about 65 mm per month with the most falling during the winter months of December and January.
The closest airport to Caernarfon is Liverpool John Lennon (LPL) which is about 141 km away. From there, travellers have the option of taking a ferry or train. The closest ferry is at Anglesey, about 40 km from Caernarfon. The closest railway station, Bangor, is about 13 km away.