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Hotels in Caernarfon

Celtic Royal Hotel
Bangor Street
Caernarfon
North Wales

LL55 1AY | View map
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Within easy reach of Manchester Airport, via the A55 expressway, or Bangor railway station, the Celtic Royal Hotel is situated at Caernarfon on the North Wales Coast, only a 5 minute walk from the historic castle.
Refurbished to £5m, 3 Star standard, this elegantly restored, typically Celtic Hotel is an 1841 listed building. Hosting 110 bedrooms and conference facilities for 300, guests can relax in our luxurious leisure club after exploring the spectacular Snowdonia Mountain range and Llyn Peninsula's golden beaches.
There is so much to see and do in our fascinating town.

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Nearest Train Station: Bangor
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star 71%
RAC 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 110
Number Ensuite: 110
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Restaurant

Name: Brasserie Draco
Cuisine: Mediterranean
Awards: RAC Ribbon

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