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The Celtic Royal Hotel, hotel in Caernarfon

The Celtic Royal Hotel

Hotel in Caernarfon

The Celtic Royal Hotel features a leisure club and free Wi-Fi. The hotel is situated in Caernarfon centre, just a 10-minute walk from Caernarfon Harbour.

7.8
Good
4,351 reviews
Price from£99per night
The Black Boy Inn, hotel in Caernarfon

The Black Boy Inn

Hotel in Caernarfon

The Black Boy is a 16th-century inn within Caernarfon's historic town walls.

8.9
Fabulous
994 reviews
Price from£86.25per night
Y Castell, hotel in Caernarfon

Y Castell

Hotel in Caernarfon

Located in Caernarfon and within 13 km of Snowdon Mountain Railway, Y Castell features a bar, non-smoking rooms, and free WiFi.

6.9
Pleasant
277 reviews
Price from£69.30per night
Meifod House, hotel in Caernarfon

Meifod House

Hotel in Caernarfon

Set in Caernarfon, in a building dating from 1904, Meifod House offers a garden and guestrooms with free WiFi. Offering a terrace, the property is located within 2.6 km of Caernarfon Castle.

8.9
Fabulous
503 reviews
Price from£100per night
Llety Arall, hotel in Caernarfon

Llety Arall

Hotel in Caernarfon

Situated within 13 km of Snowdon Mountain Railway and 19 km of Snowdon, Llety Arall provides rooms in Caernarfon.

8.4
Very good
138 reviews
Price from£120per night
Ty Dre Town House, hotel in Caernarfon

Ty Dre Town House

Hotel in Caernarfon

Ty Dre Town House provides a stylish range of accommodation in the centre of Caernarfon, just 2 minutes’ walk from Caernarfon Castle.

8.7
Fabulous
212 reviews
Price from£91.20per night
Anglesey Arms, hotel in Caernarfon

Anglesey Arms

Caernarfon

A former 18th-century Customs House, The Anglesey Arms is a traditional tavern is built into the walls of Caernarfon Castle.

7.1
Good
1,594 reviews
Price from£58.50per night
Caer Menai, hotel in Caernarfon

Caer Menai

Caernarfon

Caer Menai is set in a 200 year old Grade II listed building within the castle walls of the royal historic town of Caernarfon, just a stones throw away is Caernarfon Castle and the fantastic harbour.

9.3
Superb
463 reviews
Price from£94per night
Totters Hostel, hotel in Caernarfon

Totters Hostel

Caernarfon

Located in Caernarfon and within 13 km of Snowdon Mountain Railway, Totters Hostel features a shared lounge, non-smoking rooms, and free WiFi.

9.4
Superb
741 reviews
Price from£60per night
Victoria House Room Only Accommodation, hotel in Caernarfon

Victoria House Room Only Accommodation

Caernarfon

Just 2 minutes’ walk from Caernarfon Castle, the elegant Victoria House Room Only Accommodation dates back to the 1890s in the heart of the medieval town of Caernarfon, in North Wales.

9.6
Exceptional
586 reviews
Price from£80per night
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What guests said about Caernarfon:

  • 4.0

    Finding somewhere good to eat was difficult, everything...

    Finding somewhere good to eat was difficult, everything thing was closed, it was like a ghost town. Weatherspoons food was horrendous as was the Black Boy Inn, cheap food for an expensive price, wouldnt venture there in a hurry.
    Russ Baynham
    United Kingdom
  • 6.0

    Most of the city is around the castle and is very quiet at...

    Most of the city is around the castle and is very quiet at night. However, in addition to receiving poor service from the property we stayed at, I also found that it was difficult to book restaurants in advance with several websites not working or containing the wrong information, having to make several phone calls to make a booking and bookings made via web sites were not responded to. Caernarfon and its castle are beautiful, but their use of technology me think that they are still living in the dark ages.
    Anthony
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0

    Very interesting town mixing Welsh and English culture.

    Very interesting town mixing Welsh and English culture. The castle is the main highlight, and the narrow streets nearby, remnants of the old town. Lots of good places to eat, both for lighter meals and evening outings. Very busy in the summer with tourists, so September is a good time to visit. Lots of interesting things to do or visit nearby, if you have a car. Snowdonia, lakes and mountains. Railway journeys to other towns for a good day out. Beautiful beaches nearby, and boat trips up the Menai Straits, so there is something to please everyone. Try your hand at speaking Welsh. Most Welsh people will appreciate your trying!
    Rachel
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    The views from the harbour, the town and, the Castell.

    The views from the harbour, the town and, the Castell. Easy to get around & difficult in which to get lost Loads of history &, ideal for relaxing or, activity holiday - need more than a few days ! People were friendly & helpful.
    David
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    The whole town was absolutely beautiful - I admit a few...

    The whole town was absolutely beautiful - I admit a few things were difficult (I had to mail a package back home) but the process was explained very well and I was able to get my package sent home successfully. The local merchants were very helpful and friendly - absolutely nothing negative to say about these wonderful people. Wales will be the destination of my future vacations and possibly a relocation, most definitely!
    Liz
    United States
  • 10

    Great place to visit.

    Great place to visit. The locals are so friendly, which i found amazing as there are so many tourists who in my opinion were quite rude and didnt seem to like to use waste bins. I only had 3 days there and it was nowhere near enough. I have fallen in live with the area and will be returning for many more adventures, there is so much to explore.
    Forster

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Caernarfon

  • 8.9
    Fabulous · 503 reviews
    The welcome, the decor (fabulous!), the ambience - and the breakfast was superb. There’s plenty of parking and of all the hotels we stayed in, definitely the most comfortable bed. It’s a place you’d stay in for a while (to make the most of the beautiful reception rooms). We walked down into Caernarfon and although it looks daunting with the road fairly close by, you can turn off left on the way and take the scenic route to the castle.
    Adrienne
    United Kingdom
  • From £92.65 per night
    7.8
    Good · 4,351 reviews
    This was a nice historic hotel. Queen Victoria herself stayed in 1832! The place has lots of charm but the rooms themselves could use updating. However the room was clean and comfortable. The breakfast was amazing! The hotel is right by a bus stop with service from Bangor and on to Porthmadog making it easy to do our trip car free. It was also an easy walk to the castle and Welsh Highland Railway station.
    MHKansasn
    United States
  • From £124 per night
    7.9
    Good · 148 reviews
    The property was spotlessly clean, and cosy. We loved it. The balcony and it's view of the lake was a pleasant surprise .. perfect for breakfast & a G&T in the evening! The site was immaculate too, with restaurant & shop. Decent size pool and park if you are travelling with kids, they will love it. Caernarfon town centre is just a short drive away with plenty of restaurants and supermarkets.
    BrianL
    United Kingdom
  • 8.6
    Fabulous · 30 reviews
    Location is excellent for touring around North Wales and a 15 minute walk into Caernarfon and great views over the Menai straits. Accommodation was clean and very well equiped, everything you needed was available. The owners had left a very nice welcome pack which included a bottle of wine, chocolates, butter, bread, milk, biscuits, cake and even some flowers on the dining table.
    Dylan
    United Kingdom
  • From £63 per night
    7.1
    Good · 1,594 reviews
    The location was very nice and central to town, car parking at the hotel can be an issue. The food being served was nice but pub facilities are in need of severe deep cleaning, General public toilets were in a very poor condition and the floor in the men's toilet was covered in urine on the floor which was then being walked back into the main public bar area.
    Kim
    United Kingdom
  • 9.4
    Superb · 741 reviews
    Totters is an elegant, high-ceilinged hostel with plenty of space! Large bedrooms, with common lounge, dining room, and kitchen. It's inside the walls of Caernarfon Castle, and part of the original stonework is on display in the basement kitchen. It's spotlessly clean, quiet, cool, and comfortable - we were delighted.
    Hall
    United States
  • 8.5
    Very good · 307 reviews
    Location right in the centre & next to the historic castle and city walls. Coffee & tea provided with a small jug in the room. Room was big with large windows. Tapas menu excellent & standard of food very good. Staff on site at checkin & very helpful. Great communication with all staff that we met.
    laurice
    Australia
  • 8.7
    Fabulous · 16 reviews
    A lovely little bolthole to relax in after a day exploring North Wales. Chris was lovely and made sure we had everything we could need. The bara brith was a nice extra touch. Clean bathroom with a good shower. Very convenient location close to the centre of Caernarfon with parking!
    Philippa
    United Kingdom
  • 8.5
    Very good · 307 reviews
    Breakfast was not provided, location was great if you wanted to be in the town centre. this meant no parking which is understandable but the nearest parking i could find was quite far,. maybe an idea for the hotel to provide maps so people can find the closest and best car parks.
    Ashley
    United Kingdom
  • 9.2
    Superb · 129 reviews
    Good location for visiting North Wales towns, beaches and historical sites including Caernarfon, Criccieth, Conwy. Lovely views of the coast and Menai straits from the cottages. Nice touches at the cottages such as laundry facilities and bbqs. Friendly and helpful hosts.
    Hilary
    United Kingdom
  • 8.7
    Fabulous · 72 reviews
    Flat had an immediate feel of homey, comfortable, relaxed. Nice size living room and bedroom and bathroom. Kitchen seemed fine but we chose not to use it. Temperature was good and we could adjust if needed. Five minutes walk to castle and whole of downtown. Very safe area
    Robert
    United States
  • From £92.65 per night
    7.8
    Good · 4,351 reviews
    We have been to the Celtic Royal Hotel before, so hoped we knew what to expect. It didn’t disappoint, great place to stay very clean. All the things that make it special TV in room, tea/coffee etc. The pool makes it extra special. Great location.
    Gillian
    United Kingdom
  • From £63 per night
    7.1
    Good · 1,594 reviews
    Both dinners were good.The special fish dish was really nicely cooked. The staff helpful. This pub is built into the Castle walls on the sea front. Room had a great view out into the Strait. Caenarfon isn't big and you're right in the centre.
    Catherine
    United Kingdom
  • From £90.85 per night
    8.9
    Fabulous · 995 reviews
    I love the staff at the Black Boy Inn. I've stayed before and the atmosphere is fantastic! The restaurant is one of the top restaurants in Wales. And the location--you are within the castle walls! The breakfast was delicious!
    Margaret
    United States
  • 8.9
    Fabulous · 240 reviews
    Great location - the decking outside the cabin had a great view of the Snowdonian hills, and it's a five minute walk down the hill and across the river to the town centre, with stunning views of Caernarfon Castle on the way,
    Fac63
    United Kingdom
  • From £69.30 per night
    6.9
    Pleasant · 277 reviews
    Loved the location (close to castle and WHR) and friendly staff. Rooms were clean and comfortable, but the muggy weather during our stay made it little difficult to sleep. Would definitely recommend to others.
    Tim
    Canada
  • 8.9
    Fabulous · 240 reviews
    Lovely camping pod, in a beautiful location. A short walk to Caernarfon with a brilliant park for children, on the way. Children loved the swimming pool. Plenty of places to visit.
    Simon
    United Kingdom
  • From £74.70 per night
    8.6
    Fabulous · 117 reviews
    This is a modern well maintained hostel. It’s in a prime position near Caernarfon. The views and walks around here are brilliant.
    Mark
    United Kingdom
  • From £120 per night
    8.4
    Very good · 138 reviews
    I like the position of the hotel. It is in the town centre and very close to places where I want to visit.
    Meng
    United Kingdom
  • From £128 per night
    9.6
    Exceptional · 242 reviews
    very good breakfast with lots of choice. the location was unbeatable, a stones throw from the castle.
    simon
    United States

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