Tyn Rhos Country House

Llanddeiniolen, , Caernarfon, Wales LL55 3AE
Tyn Rhos Country House
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Travel Tips for Caernarfon

Caernarfon Castle - Eagle Tower

by stevezero

Caernarfon Castle consists of a series of polgonal towers, linked by battlements, with gates.
The most famous of the towers is the Eagle tower, which you can climb to the top (loads of steps) .The first prince of Wales was born here in 1284

River Seiont

by antistar

As the River Seiont enters the Menai Strait at Caernarfon, it forms a natural harbor. The local sailors make good use of this, and the bobbing boats make a wonderful foreground for the castle, and the calm river waters make an excellent canvas for the castle's reflection. Take a walk across the swing bridge and wander down the banks taking in the views - they are probably the best views in the town.

When I walked there, an old woman (pictured) sat in a marooned boat hull, smoking cigarettes in her nightgown and enjoying the view.

Caernarfon Castle - Queen's Tower

by kelnsha

In the Queen's Tower (named after King Edward's wife Eleanor) is a lively museum of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, Wales' longest serving infantry regiment. Poets Robert Graves and Siegfried Sassoon both served in this brigade.

Three storeys high, this tower has a roof turret which is slightly larger than the others in the castle and originally carried a flagstaff.

In the 14th century, it was known as the Banner Tower.

Segontium Roman Fort

by stevezero

Segontium is the remains of an auxiliary Roman fort, probably established in the late 70s A.D. and modified through to the late fourth century. It has a nice position overlooking the Menai Strait.
There is also a museum at the entrance to the site.

CADW property
Admission Free

A Sunday afternoon...

by microsensazione

"The Caernarfon Castle!"

Caernarfon: you must visit the beautiful castle! It doesn't seem so nice watching it outside but I'm sure you change your opinion when you enter in it.

"A reasonable price..."

When I visited it, I paid about 5 Pounds; it's a reasonable price.

"At least four visiting hours..."

I suggest you to plan at least four visiting hours if you want to live the castle entirely: the route up and down along the towers and the walls, the rooms with castle history, the Walesh combatants museum, the audio visual programme "The Eagle And The Dragon" and so on.

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Address: Llanddeiniolen, , Caernarfon, Wales LL55 3AE