Ty Dre Town House offers an airport shuttle (available on request) for GBP 180.00 per vehicle one way. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Black Boy Inn, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There's also a terrace, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and premium bedding.
Ty'n Rhos Country House is a great choice for a stay in Caernarfon. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Tyn Rhos Restaurant, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms at this luxurious guest house offer up nice touches like Egyptian cotton sheets and premium bedding.
Pros: The uniqueness of this Inn is evident and the staff excellent along with the room. What a wonderful experience, plus the food was amazing, couldn't ask for better.
This is a great hotel with great character, yet also very comfortable. I would recommend it to anyone.
Pros: I liked that it was historic, but has been updated so that it is completely comfortable.
Cons: Just the noise that the seagulls make outside! But that's not really the hotel's problem :)
Black Boy Inn offers an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for GBP 200.00 per vehicle roundtrip. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the 2 restaurants are nice spots to grab a bite to eat. Rooms at this upscale inn offer LED TVs, room service, and premium bedding.
On the beautiful Isle of Anglesey, Nant Yr Odyn Hotel offers traditional rooms and a candlelit restaurant. Just 15 minutes’ drive from Bangor, there is free parking and free WiFi. The cosy rooms at Nant Yr Odyn Country Hotel & Restaurant Ltd feature an en suite bathroom and tea and coffee facilities. Rooms also have ample work space, and many have views of the Snowdonia Mountains and Malltraeth Marshes. Set in an 18th-century converted farmhouse, the Anglesey Restaurant serves a traditional Welsh menu using local produce, and features original exposed beams. The charming bar offers comfortable seating and a selection of beverages. Just 20 minutes’ drive from Holyhead Ferry Terminal, Nant Yr Odyn is 1,313 feet from the A55 Holyhead-Chester Euroroute. Snowdonia National Park can also be reached in 20 minutes and the famous Llanfairpwllgwyngyll is a 10-minute drive away.
Pros: clean room, quiet, comfy beds. Breakfast substantial and fairly good. Pool is very nice. Great location, close to walled center and castle, supermarket across the street, walkable to harbor.
Cons: Didnt like the 6pm cutoff at the pool for children (no admittance after 5:30pm!), it should be available to children and families a little later
When visiting Caernarfon, Celtic Royal Hotel is a great choice to consider. The indoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at The Brasserie Draco, which serves Mediterranean cuisine and is open for dinner. A bar/lounge and a fitness center are other highlights, and rooms offer room service and free WiFi.
Located near a train station, The Management Centre is a great choice for a stay in Bangor. The bar is a great place to grab a drink, and guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Costa Coffee Shop, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Rooms at this upscale guest house offer room service and free WiFi.
Pros: Easy location to access caernarfon and snowdonia plenty of space in the room which is a bonus when there are 5 of you beautiful surroundings and child friendly. Staff were very accomodating.a pity they didnt servr mrals because the breakfast was lovely.
Cons: Television only had bbc channels
Pros: Room was very clean and tidy with a good good breakfast
Pros: Upgraded to cottage at no additional fee as smaller rooms being upgraded (heating)
Cons: Initially the main bedroom smelt of insect killer due to the mosquitoes, smell went within a few hours.
Pros: Had a wonderful 3 day stay in this hotel. Breakfast fantantic. Staff couldn't do enough for you. Lovely room with pleasent outlook. Very good location for siteseeing etc. Thoughtful touches like putting additional heater on in room to welcome us back after cool day. Fantastic.
Pros: excellent breakfast, owners very pleasant
Pros: very friendly staff. Excellent food.
Cons: cigarette ends pilled on the ground afew feet from the door to our room. Maybe a sand tray could be put out to encourage smokers not to throw "fag ends" on the floor.
Pros: The very kind personal especially the head waiter and the cook.
Pros: This was our first visit & we would certainly return there in future. The owner & staff were very friendly & made us very welcome. The rooms were very clean & tidy, no problems at all.
Pros: Climbed Snowdon twice & visited Carnarvon.
In 15 acres of beautiful, peaceful countryside, on the edge of the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia National Park, The Stables offers charming 4-star guest accommodation and free parking. The Stables has en suite ground-level rooms and 2 self-catering cottages. Each room is individually decorated, with its own charm. The Stables was once the home of the Olivers, a well-known local family of horse breeders. The breakfast room is in the original stable block, converted in the 1960s. With 15 acres of countryside and plenty of free parking, The Stables makes a great base for Snowdonia and North Wales, superb for walking, fishing, climbing and sailing. There are beaches within 2 miles and Caernarfon is just 3.1 miles away. Storage for bikes is available at The Stables.
Eryl Mor Hotel has stunning views, comfortable rooms, good food and a warm welcome making Eryl Mor Hotel the ideal base for visiting Bangor, Snowdonia and North Wales. Eryl Mor s twenty en-suite rooms are tastefully decorated, with all expected facilities with many enjoying beautiful views.There is free WI FI in some guest rooms and in public areas and there are Every room has a Docking Station and room 17 bathroom has a spa bath and separate shower. 11 free car parking spaces in front of the hotel. Laundry services and packed lunches are also avaliable. Dinner is served in the conservatory or bar area with an interesting and varied menu serving a mixture of traditional British, Oriental and Mediterranean cuisines. The comfortable bar serves beers, wines and spirits from around the world including Real Ales and Malt Whiskey. Eryl Mor welcomes groups for walking, fishing, cycling, special interest activities and golf parties for whom we are pleased to offer a full green fee booking service. You are perfectly situated to explore Snowdonia, the Isle of Anglesey, the Conwy valley and the Llyn Penninsula with all the varied and beautiful attractions within easy reach.
Tre-Ysgawen Hall is a great choice for a stay in Llangefni. Guests can visit the spa to be pampered with massages, body wraps, or body scrubs, and Noelle, one of 2 restaurants, serves regional cuisine and is open for dinner. There's an indoor pool and a poolside bar, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer 24-hour room service and flat-screen TVs.
Enjoy your visit to Caernarfon with a stay at Seiont Manor Hotel. After visiting the fitness center for a workout, you can grab a bite to eat at one of the 3 restaurants or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. An indoor pool and a sauna are offered, and rooms at this romantic hotel get the details right with bathrobes and slippers.
Enjoy your visit to Caernarfon with a stay at The Royal Victoria Hotel. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Padarn, one of 3 restaurants, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer 24-hour room service and flat-screen TVs.
Hotel Port Dinorwic is a great choice for a stay in Y Felinheli. The restaurant is the perfect spot for a bite to eat, and after having fun at the indoor pool, you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Other highlights include a sauna, a terrace, and a garden.
Pros: It was a relatively short walk to the city center from there. Staff were helpful and it was a comfortable bed.
Cons: Toilets would occasionally not flush all the way and I'd have to wait awhile for the tank to refill and try again. Also I was under the impression internet was free but due to some legal reason I had to pay £2. Please mention that in the description.
Owners were not very welcoming--wondered why they ran a hotel since they acted like they did not want visitors.
Pros: price was nice and cheap. Beds were great-so comfortable.
Cons: Public spaces were dusty. Ran out of hot water quickly. Crowded room--too much furniture for a small room.
Looking out over the Menai Strait, Menai Bank Hotel in Caernarfon enjoys excellent views and is just 15 minutes’ drive from the Menai Bridge crossing to Anglesey. This hotel offers a games room, and free on-site parking. All rooms have en suite facilities with a bath or shower. All have a TV, iron, hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities. There is an elegant breakfast room with a light Continental breakfast buffet selection available for an additional charge. Breakfast options include fresh fruit, cereals and yoghurt. You can enjoy freshly ground coffee, cappuccino or latte, or a range of teas. Caernarfon Castle is around 10 minutes’ walk from the Menai Bank Hotel, and the town of Bangor is around 8 miles away. Holyhead on Anglesey’s west coast is around 35 minutes’ drive, and offers ferry crossings to Dublin.
The Bull Hotel is situated in centre of Anglesey. AA & welsh tourist board coaching inn. APPROVED near to all ferry terminals to Ireland from Holyhead which is 20 minutes away. Listed building oozes character. 22 rooms high standard. Executive rooms also available including 4 poster bed. Have a look at our web site. Local company owned by local group. explore north wales from here caernarfon, bangor,pwllheli, porthmadog etc. WE APPOLOGISE THAT WE DO NOT ACCEPT AMERICAN EXPRESS
Pros: Fantastic location inside city walls near shops, restaurants, and attractions. Private parking spot if you rent the apartment (but no breakfast).
Cons: Dishes in the apartment not very clean. No parking unless you get the apartment, in which case you forfeit breakfast.
Within Caernarfon’s ancient medieval town walls, this friendly guest house is within 660 feet of the Castle, the Menai Straits, the Marina and the Galeri Theatre. Tegfan Guest House offers rooms with central heating, digital TV, DVD players, tea/coffee and bottled water. Some rooms have private bathrooms. Fresh towels are provided daily and there is a selection of DVDs, books and magazines available. Close to the unspoiled beauty of Snowdonia, the guest house is only 660 feet from a very nice pub called the Anglesey Arms on the harbor front, which has spectacular views over the Menai Straits.
Gwesty Carreg Mon Hotel is located in a country setting, yet with easy access from the A55 Expressway, the Gwesty Carreg Mon Hotel nestles in 3 acres of garden close to the Menai Straits. Guests are offered the highest standards of service, hospitality and cuisine. Our staff will be delighted to put at your disposal their experience and expertise to help you enjoy your stay. The simple, airy rooms feature en suite bathrooms and flat-screen TVs. Some rooms have 4-poster beds. Free on-site parking is available.
Cons: Sharing a bathroom with other guests when you have children is not easy. No cupboards for hanging clothes.
Cons: No en suite, no chairs.
Pros: The fact that it was part of the Castle, the staff were friendly and it had a good view. Wish we could have stayed longer.
Cons: The television did not work. No breakfast
Pros: It was comparatively cheap and well located with a beautiful view
Cons: Lack of breakfast facilities (though we did know that), lack of en suite, noise of pub customers after closing time. Also there was no-one to pay when we left in the morning, and we had to phone them later.
Pros: Quiet, clean
Pros: good view outside
Cons: had to go out of my room to have a shower/shave an toilet facilities were all located outside my room. No towels.No milk for coffee.No wardrobe to hang clothes.Room temperature controls outside my room.Poor standards for the price i paid thro using the internet site.Will not return to this hotel again.
Pros: It was cheap and the view outside the front door was spectacular. You could not ask for a more convenient spot to explore Caenarfon fom.
Cons: The live band were playing undereath our room so loud that we could not think let alone sleap. The juke box started after the band were done and this was not much quieter. The fire safety instruction poster was underneath the tea and cofee. The multi socket to power the tv and kettle dangled in the corner of the room. Not sure that is in line with current Health & Safety guidelines. The wallpaper was pealing from damp in the corner above the beds. The bathroom was not cleaned for our entire stay. There were about 30 sachets of coffee and no milk. No one to be found to help during the day when the pub was closed and no indication of how I would get hold of anyone.
Pros: Excellent view from our family room, great position to explore Caernarfon, literally right next to the castle.
Cons: Very basic, staff would speak welsh the moment you came into view, very annoying, locals are halfwits and drink and swear constantly outside and around the bar. Although it was reasonably clean, the shower did not work properly, there is no ensuite, no breakfast and the evening meals are very very basic. It was okay as a base, the staff did listen when you asked for something and the beer was good in the bar but I wouldn't want to stay for a long time, noise on Thursday went on till after 1:30am.
A former 18th-century Customs House, The Anglesey Arms is a traditional tavern is built into the walls of Caernarfon Castle. With free on-site parking, the hotel overlooks the harbour entrance, offering stunning views across the Menai Straits to Anglesey. The cosy rooms feature a TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee facilities, and some have views across the Menai Straits. All rooms have en-suite bathroom facilities. With a variety of real ales and world wines, the pub entertains guests with regular live music events. It serves food daily. A full cooked breakfast using fresh, local produce is available in the morning, along with Continental options. A lunch and dinner menu are also on offer. Snowdonia National Park is only 15 minutes’ drive away from Anglesey Arms, and the Welsh Highland Heritage Railway, 19 miles away, offers steam train travel to Porthmadog.