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The Legacy Royal Victoria
Llanberis
North Wales

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The Legacy Royal Victoria Hotel is uniquely placed on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park within 30 acres of our very own gardens and woodlands. Being cradled between two lakes Llyn Padarn and Llyn Peris as well as the Welsh mountains our location is quite simply breathtaking. Just 15 minutes from the A55 North Wales Expressway, we are ideally located for both business travellers and leisure travellers wishing to explore North & Mid Wales, mountains & coast. Whether you are travelling on leisure or on business, we believe that The Legacy Royal Victoria Hotel is one of the best hotels in Snowdonia offering both quality and value. 106 fully equipped en suite bedrooms Victoria & Padarn Restaurants, plus The Conservatory Gwynedd Lounge Snowdon & Victoria Bars Number of meeting rooms - 5 Maximum meeting room capacity: 90 Complimentary Car Parking for Residents & Guests. Coach Parking is also available Nearest Rail Link: Bangor - 12 miles by taxi Nearest Airport: Liverpool John Lennon - 90 miles or Manchester International - 99 miles

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Number of Rooms: 106
Number Ensuite: 106
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Name: Padarn/Victoria
Cuisine: Traditional
Chef: Derek Roberts

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