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Hotels in Conwy

Castle Hotel
High Street
Conwy
North Wales

LL32 8DB | View map
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The Castle Hotel is a 17th Century coaching inn full of charm and atmosphere, in the centre of the World Heritage town of Conwy.
The hotel has a unique character with antiques and fine paintings decorating the interiors. Fresh flowers, attention to detail, and friendly, efficient service make any visit special, whether you are dining or staying in one of the 28 fully equipped bedrooms.

Personally run by the Lavin and Tinsley families and recently renovated , new life has been breathed into this famous old hostelry which is now renowned for good Welsh food and contemporary surroundings giving it a ‘bijou’ town house feel.

Conwy makes an ideal centre for exploring North Wales’s attractions, such as Snowdonia, Bodnant Gardens and the wonderful coastline and there is some lovely ‘niche’ shopping and plenty of places with great historical interest in the town itself. More active types will find great golf, cycle ways, bracing walks, sailing and more!

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
WTB 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 28
Number Ensuite: 28
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Restaurant

Name: Shakespeare's
Cuisine: Welsh Modern
Chef: Graham Tinsley
Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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Disabled Access - Limited
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