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Wonders of North Wales

Caernarfon, Wales

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Full steam ahead for the rugged scenery of North Wales

This new short break in a relaxing hotel nestled between Snowdonia’s mountains and the sea, allows you to explore the beautiful surroundings of the Celtic Heart of Wales while enjoying some unique rail journeys.

The locally rated 3-star Celtic Royal Hotel (3Q) is close to Caernarfon’s walled town and castle – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It enjoys a superb location overlooking the Menai Strait on a spectacular stretch of coastline which runs down the Llyn Peninsula and out into the Irish Sea. You can look forward to journeys on the Snowdown Mountain Railway and the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway plus an included trip to Portmerion and a cruise to Puffin Island.

Including...

  • All breakfasts and dinners
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • Unlimited tea and coffee-making facilities in your room
  • Porterage at your hotel
  • Cancellation rights

Excursions

  • Snowdon Mountain Railway (half day)
  • Ffestiniog Railway, Portmerion and Porthmadog (full day)
  • Puffin Island Cruise (half day)

Address

Bangor St, Caernarfon LL55 1AY

Introduction

Once a favoured haunt of Queen Victoria, the Celtic Royal Hotel is a historic hostelry in Caernarfon – perfectly located for exploring the stunning scenery and attractions of North Wales. With its oak-panels and ornate ceilings, the 3-star hotel combines the elegance of a hotel built in 1794 by the 2nd Earl of Uxbridge, with contemporary stylings and a central position close to the UNESCO-listed heart of the town.

Accommodation

There are 110 traditional bedrooms at the hotel, all spacious and furnished in contemporary style. Each has a television, telephone and tea/coffee-making facilities. Superior rooms are available for a supplement, subject to availability – please call for details.

Television
Telephone
Tea coffee making facilities

Food and Drink

The Castle Restaurant is where you can look forward to enjoying your evening meals in a stylish but relaxed ambience. Contemporary meals are created using fresh local ingredients wherever possible. The less formal Summit Bar serves a bistro-style menu and is also the place to go for a sumptuous afternoon tea or to unwind with a drink from the bar’s wide selection.

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Wonders of North Wales

Caernarfon, Wales

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