Caernarfon

Daily Car Hire Rates in Caernarfon

  • Economy

    Opel Corsa
    passenger
    5 |
    luggage
    2 |
    door
    3 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 15.76
  • Mini

    Fiat 500
    passenger
    4 |
    luggage
    1 |
    door
    3 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 16.79
  • Compact

    Fiat 500L
    passenger
    5 |
    luggage
    3 |
    door
    3 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 16.95
  • Standard

    Skoda Octavia
    passenger
    5 |
    luggage
    4 |
    door
    4 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 23.83
  • Estate

    Opel Astra Estate
    passenger
    5 |
    luggage
    5 |
    door
    5 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 46.28

*daily rates in Caernarfon based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Caernarfon Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • Caernarfon is classed as a Royal town having been granted the charter by Queen Elizabeth II.
  • The town is opposite the Island of Anglesey.
  • Caernarfon is at the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.
  • It has the largest proportion of Welsh speakers in Wales.
  • Caernarfon Castle is the biggest in Wales.

Caernarfon Mini Guide

My Friends Tell me to Visit Caernarfon, Should I?
Caernarfon is a very attractive Welsh town and with such a lot to do there I’d say they were right. You should spend at least half a day visiting Caernarfon Castle that was built to subjugate the warring Welsh tribes in the 13th century. In a great state of repair, the castle was never completely finished so try to work out what’s missing as you tour it. Snowdonia National Park is on your doorstep with some of the most stunning landscapes in the United Kingdom. Take the train up to the top or try to walk the many trails that lead to the summit of Wales’ highest mountain, Snowdon.

Caernarfon Castle

It’s a bit Remote Isn’t it?
That makes it quiet too but if you want to visit you can get there by flying into Cardiff Airport and connecting to Anglesey Airport or travelling to Liverpool or Manchester Airports and taking the train, a journey of about 90 minutes to the town.

What Else is There to see Around the Town?
You could book a trip on the Welsh Highland Railway that leaves the town before travelling through Snowdonia and returning two hours later. Also spend some time down at the harbour where from a pretty little café you can watch the little fishing boats bob in and out of the port. Finally take a trip out to the Roman fort of Segontium where, centuries before Edward I’s troubles, the Romans spent a while trying to keep the Welsh in order.

Caernarfon Segontium Roman Fort

What can I buy That’s Typically Welsh?
If you visit the handicrafts store called Na Nog, you’ll find lots of local handicrafts including many Welsh themed clothes including the national costume.
 

Latest Update from Caernarfon:

15/05/12 - If you want to visit the tourist information centre in Caernarfon, be aware that it has recently moved from its city centre location to Electric Mountain in Llanberis. Visit Wales say that this is in response to the declining numbers of visitors to the centre and cost cutting measures.

03/06/13 - One of the best known music festivals in Wales takes place in Criccieth from the 15th to the 23rd of June as dozens of musicians, choirs and more take part in the Criccieth Music Festival.

Driving in Caernarfon

  • L

    Road Driving Side

  • 30mph

    Urban speed Limit

  • 60mph

    Rural Speed Limit

  • 70mph

    Motorway Speed Limit

  • 80mg

    Drink Drive Limit

  • GBP £

    Currency

  • 25

    Min Rental Age

  • YES

    Tolls

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Caernarfon is a great place for a Welsh holiday break. The town has the imposing Caernarfon Castle dominating the scenery and built to keep the Welsh under control in the 13th century by Edward the Confessor.

Outside of the town, crossing the Menai Bridge will take you to the unspoilt and quiet island of Anglesey, home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. You’ll need to brush up on your Welsh language skills before visiting the town for more people speak Welsh there than anywhere else in Wales.

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