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The Black Boy is a 16th-century inn within Caernarfon's historic town walls. Very original, loads of character and very helpful staff.
The Tal-Y-Cafn Hotel has a restaurant, bar, a garden and terrace in Tal-y-Cafn. This 4-star hotel offers room service. The hotel features family rooms. The rooms were beautiful with all facilities you could need.
Located in Dolwyddelan, Plas Penaeldroch Manor provides a garden. Free WiFi is available and private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. What a lovely place to stay. The owners were very friendly and helpful and made us feel very...
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. Warm welome, helpful to my needs, nice bar comfy lounge and a great breakfast
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. The total presentation of the hotel was amazing.
Set in a magnificent former coaching inn, Royal Oak Hotel is surrounded by the beautiful mountains of Snowdonia National Park. Everything was perfect from check-in onwards.
Set in an Edwardian building, this guest accommodation has a restaurant, coffee shop and free Wi-Fi access. Breakfast exceeded my expectations!
Set at the edge of Betws-y-Coed, amid the National Park, this hotel with leisure centre and indoor pool is ideal for the North Wales Coast, Snowdonia and the countryside. Very clean and helpful staff. My laundry was delivered same day in the afternoon instead of next...
Situated in Y Felinheli, Garddfon Inn has a restaurant, bar and free WiFi. The rooms in the hotel are fitted with a TV. At Garddfon Inn rooms include a private bathroom. We arrived late in the day, not having booked a table for food.
Gwesty Seren Hotel has a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Ffestiniog. This 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, room service and free WiFi. Beautiful location, lovely food and really welcoming staff.
In the pretty village of Menai Bridge, the 200-year-old Anglesey Arms is rich in original charm and traditional character, with en suite rooms, tasty home-cooked food and real ales. The hotel and staff were very welcoming.
This establishment in Snowdonia is nestled in the small market town of Llanrwst in the heart of the Conwy valley. This is an accommodation only establishment. Self check-in was straightforward, hotel was close to the town and very clean throughout.
Set in the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed in the north of Snowdonia National Park, the Glan Aber serves local cask and real ales in its bar. Breakfast was excellent. Kids area was nice and cosy. Garden and surroundings were very pleasant
Located in Blaenau-Ffestiniog and with Zip World Slate Caverns reachable within 1.2 km, Queens Hotel Ty Gorsaf provides a bar, non-smoking rooms, free WiFi and a garden. The staff were brilliant. So friendly and we felt at home. Lovely lovely stay.
Hilton Garden Inn Snowdonia features a restaurant, fitness centre, a bar and garden in Conwy. Everything was excellent All staff were very helpful and friendly
Featuring free WiFi and a sun terrace, The Traxx Hotel offers accommodation in Bangor, right opposite Bangor Train Station and a 5-minute walk from the bus terminal. The staff are amazing and friendly. We had a great stay.
Ty Dre Town House provides a stylish range of accommodation in the centre of Caernarfon, just 2 minutes’ walk from Caernarfon Castle. Room was excellent, large and modernized. Breakfast was good English Style Breakfast and good...
Built by a visionary architect in 1925, Portmeirion Village & Castell Deudraeth overlooks the beautiful Dywryd Estaury. It was just an all round excellent place to stay, food, location, staff room couldn’t fault anything
Just 2 minutes’ walk from Bangor Train Station, Garden Hotel offers high-quality accommodation in a central location. The 3-star rated Garden Hotel offers free on-site parking and Wi-Fi. Sandra is a wonderful hostess and treated me like one of the family.
Amid 16 acres, surrounded by calm woodland slopes on the banks of the River Conwy, this 4-star gold award-winning Victorian country house offers a unique location in the village, with an emphasis on... Incredible staff. Helpful. Friendly. Personable. Terrific restaurant with an awesome menu.
With views over the beach, Tremadog Bay and towards the ruins of Criccieth Castle, Caerwylan Hotel is situated 10 minutes’ drive from the edge of Snowdonia National Park. Staff were very helpful and the food was excellent. Lovely large comfortable room
Sygun Fawr Country House in Beddgelert provides adults-only accommodation with a bar and a shared lounge. Free WiFi is provided. Breakfast was awesome with hot breakfasts REALLY hot!
Situated within Snowdonia National Park, Aberdunant Hall Country Hotel is a 17th-century property set within 200-acres of woodland on an idyllic upmarket Holiday Home Park. Stylish,comfortable cottage. Great for the whole family. We enjoyed our stay very much!!
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. The room was exceptional, the bed was really comfy. The host was very helpful.
Breath taking. Amazing. Beautiful. My most favourite mountain. But remember as touristy as it is, it's still a mountain you are climbing and conditions can change quickly so wear proper clothing and shoes and take plenty of water and food.
We walked up the miners track and back down into llanberis. Miners is very scenic with a bit of climbing but llanberis is relentlessly very steep with pretty much the same views as you walk on it's path. The miners seemed to have different scenes around every corner...magnificent!
there are several walks up Mount Snowdon for the day walker but the Knife Edge walk is really only for the experienced walkers. Check the weather forecast and keep alert as it can cloud over very quickly and become very dangerous. Remember Snowden has been there for a long time and will be there the next time so don't risk it if there is any doubt in your mind.
It's a very great place for trekking. I would recommend people to wear proper trekking shoes as it has some lose rocks on the way and this way to summit can be quite treacherous if you are not careful and I would suggest to carry water as you will get dehydrated along the way.
We took the the ' easy ' path up, Just down the road from royal victoria hotel. Took about 3 hours to walk up, there is a half way house- (Cafe) 1.5hrs in to the walk.. But there is no toilets! When you reach the top there is a cafe with toilets. The walk was beautiful! Bring your own lunch as cafe was pricey. A tip would be to walk down on the train track on the way down! Just stand a side when the train comes through.
The Llanberis path was very accessible to walk up to Snowdon. A beautiful walk. Bring plenty of water. Try and get a good clear day as the views are fantastic. Try to avoid a weekend and holidays since it can be very busy.
Staff were really friendly and helpful Hotel was well set up - there was a dining room plus also a separate bar and also snooker and darts in another room which gave us something to do as a family when the weather was bad. Location was good - right by the Snowdonia railway, buses were also along the road which took us to Snowdonia trek starts. There were also lovely walks near the hotel plus watersports within walking distance and a slate mine very near. It was quiet with a garden facing the mountains but on the main road with food shops etc
Newly refurbished hostel. The location is outstanding. Three trails up Snowdon start right there in front of the hotel and you can beat the crowds. Other towns and tourist attractions are easily reached by car. Good food and local beer at reasonable prices. Toilets and showers are brand new and kept clean. The 4-bedroom dorm was spacious and warm and even had a sink with mirror. The dorms were locked off from the public space, as was the huge dry room. The bed had a good reading light and a small spot for a book or four glasses.
Location is excellent and the best place to stay if you want to climb Snowdon. The breakfast is the best I've ever had in a hotel, freshly cooked every day. The owners (and the cat) are so welcoming and friendly and nothing is too much to ask! They are so accommodating. Rooms very clean and spacious the bed is huge!!! Over all not a single thing to complain about. 100% would recommend! Alice and Stephen
Breakfast was very nice, we also had 2 evening meals in the bar. Saturday evening was very busy but the staff were very efficient courteous and helpful. The room was comfortable. The hotel has a few creaky floor boards but is to be expected in a traditional hotel of this age. Great location for the trains and Llanberis path for Mount Snowdon.
Location is great to walk the Llanberis path for the snowdon summit. Staff were very friendly and able to deal with queries very quick. Restaurant and Bar severed typical pub grub and good alcohol selection - but over priced for a hostel.
Only thing going for this hotel is the location to snowdonia
I didn't have time to enjoy the attractions e.g rail trip to Snowdon summit so will go back another time
Parking in Llanberis is cheaper and has more options than at Pen-y-pass (£10 per day vs £4 / £7 per day) so from Llanberis, leave your car and take the Snowdon Sherpa bus to Pen-y-pass in the morning and go on the Pyg Track or Miners Track to the summit of Snowdon and then descend the mountain via the Llanberis Path so you do not have to go up and down the same route.