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This website is dedicated to serving the town and community with everything relevant to the town of Caernarfon.

Few towns in Britain can claim to be inhabited without a break since pre-Roman times, but the Royal Town of Caernarfon is just such a town.

Dominated by King Edward I's impressive medieval fortress, built to secure his foothold in Wales after the death of the last Prince of Wales.

Caernarfon's Royal connections go from ancient Celtic chieftains to the present day, with the investiture in 1969 of Prince Charles as the present Prince of Wales.

 

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Caernarfon Castle

 

 


Hanesion Tre'r Cofis

A welsh language book about the history of Caernarfon. A must buy book for all true Cofis Click Here to learn more and purchase.

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Procedures Download a brochure of Wales from the Official VisitWales.com website so that you can plan your stay before you set off. Caernarfon has something for everyone, so make sure you don't miss out!


As we do not receive any funding from the Town or Gwynedd Councils, we cannot supply any requests for town guides or maps of the area.

             

Caernarfon has everything for the visitor - craft shops, fine restaurants, guest houses and hotels, timeshare resorts, a fun centre, a golf course and indoor swimming and sports facilities at the leisure centre.

Caernarfon is a town of contrasts: a busy market town, a major tourist centre, the county town for Gwynedd and a major local commercial and administrative centre. There can be few towns more thoroughly Welsh. Caernarfon welcomes all visitors to the town, and hope that they will appreciate the town as much as those who reside there. The town has a rich past and hopes to continue its traditions into a welcoming future. Click Here for History of Caernarfon  Or, for a more fin depth look at Caernarfon Click Here for a fascinating look at the town's history through the eyes of our renowned local historians Gwydion.

 



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