A former 18th century Customs House, The Anglesey Arms is a traditional tavern is built into the walls of Caernarfon Castle. With free on-site parking, the hotel overlooks the harbour entrance, offering stunning views across the Menai Straits to Anglesey.
The cosy rooms feature a TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee facilities, and some have views across the Menai Straits. All rooms have shared bathroom facilities.
With a variety of real ales and world wines, the pub entertains guests with regular live music events. It serves food daily. A full cooked breakfast using fresh, local produce is available in the morning, along with Continental options. A lunch and dinner menu are also on offer.
Snowdonia National Park is only 15 minutesí drive away from Anglesey Arms, and the Welsh Highland Heritage Railway, 19 miles away, offers steam train travel to Porthmadog.
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Beaufort Arms is a 17th Century inn that is situated in the village of Gilwern which is just a short walk from the market town of Abergavenny in Monmouthshire. The inn is the ideal stopover for those visiting on business or leisure and we provide accommodation, great food and a range of drinks.
The bar is very traditional and we serve the finest cask ales and whiskies. The bar also has BT sport for visitors to watch.
There are 3 bedrooms available at the inn which all retain original features such as oak beams. The bedrooms are all en suite and include a LCD TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The price includes a full Welsh breakfast.
There are often special offers available - please call us or visit our website for details of these.
This lovely traditional bar is ideally places for exploring the outdoors on foot or by bike and for visiting the Brecon Beacons National Park…
The Salutation Inn is a 16th century coaching inn which has been tastefully modernised to give 21st century comfort to our guests. The original parts of the old inn now blend perfectly with the modern and well appointed bed and breakfast accommodation, bars, and spacious restaurant.
Each of our bed and breakfast rooms have the benefit of an ensuite bathroom, a flat screen TV, tea & coffee making facilities, telephone and hair dryer. All rooms are also WIFI enabled.
We offer a hearty home cooked breakfast, made to order, using fresh local produce. We also offer a lighter choice with fresh fruits, yoghurt, cereals and fruit juices - all served up with endless pots of tea and freshly ground coffee in our contemporary restaurant with views over the River Nevern.
The public bar is well stocked with local real ales, and lagers and a wine list with a choice of wines from around the wor…
The Queen's Head is a most remarkable country pub in terms of good food, wine, beer, welcome and character.
Priceless chefs who have a passion for local produce, excellent staff, effortless charm and a warm welcome. The bar, with its relaxed atmosphere and roaring log fire, is a lovely pre-dinner drink venue.
The original styling of The Queens Head provides the perfect ambience for lunch or dinner. Situated on Cycle Route 5.
The idyllic country village of Glanwydden is just a 5 minute car journey to the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno and the A55. Perfect for long country walks, cycling, or a day on the beach, it's a great location close to all amenities.
The Queen's Head offers a warm welcome to pre theatre dinner guests with Venue Cymru just a 5 minute drive away or a welcoming respite after a long day's shopping.
Our pretty terrace and gardens make a perfect Al Fres…
The Goat Inn, A classic Coaching Inn. Set in the gateway to Snowdonia. The pub offers a warm welcome, real ales and excellent activities are also available.
Bar/Restaurant: Games room: Beer garden: Log fires: Meeting/function room: Drying room.
Bunk house accommodation:
A total of 35 beds in 8 en suite rooms. 2 muliti-occupancy rooms for 8 to 10 people. 6 family rooms either single beds or bunks. All bedding is provided. B&B £25pppn, Family rooms £75pn (2 adults + 2 children under 15).
We cater for stag and hen weekends. Birthday parties, and all occasions.
We can also arrange a variety of activities, such as clay and game shooting, course and fly fishing, go karting, canoeing, off road buggies and tree top rope climbing.
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Castle Inn offers is located in the centre of Newport within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The inn offers a lively bar, single, double and family rooms and a top class restaurant with lounge area.
The inn now offers a Sunday carvery from 12-4pm which is proving to be very popular, a children's menu is now available together with snacks and a comprehensive day and evening menu. All food is freshly prepared and ingredients being sourced from local suppliers where possible.
Our guest accommodation offers three comfortable and spacious rooms two of the rooms can accommodate up to four guests and a third room that can accommodate up to three guests. All guest rooms have a bathroom en suite with televisions also tea & coffee making facilities and there is parking available and a beer garden. Our full Welsh breakfast will set you up for the day.
Castle Inn is proud to presen…
At the Coach and Horses we like to think we know a thing or two about welcomes!
Log fires, good local food and real ales, clean comfortable accommodation and most importantly.. exceptionally friendly staff!
This inviting tavern set in the tranquil village of Llangynidr on the edge of the Brecon Beacons has a delightful, child friendly garden overlooking the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal. We've plenty of parking to accommodate motor homes and we're dog friendly too, we just ask the owners to behave!
A restful and comfortable night will be just what you need after a busy day exploring the local countryside. That's why our rooms are recently refurbished, tastefully decorated, spotlessly clean and very comfortable.
Tea and coffee making facilities are provided along with fresh towels daily.
We currently have four rooms available for bed and breakfast accommodation, doubles an…
A picturesque 16th Century Inn, situated deep within a secluded valley and set in its own grounds astride the banks of the River Nevern. Here you can relax in the peaceful surroundings of a bygone era. Of course the standard of comfort and service is all you would expect in our modern times.
Our restaurant boasts an enviable reputation for the excellence of the cuisine, having received many accolades and fine reports for quality, service and commanding location overlooking the meandering River Nevern and you can relax within the olde world charm of the 18th Century surroundings. All this plus a superb range of fine wines complemented by the Chef's creative choice of culinary delights.
It is the public bar, aptly named "The Brew House", where you really capture the spirit of The Trewern Arms Inn. This country inn with its original flagstone floors, stone walls, old settles and tradi…