Winner of Conway Rural Business Award, 'Eating Out' Trip Advisor Excellence Award, Member of The Times Eating Out Guide & Member of the AA Pub Guide.
Once an 18th Century coaching inn, and originally part of the Earl of Ancaster's Welsh Estate, our hotel offers a unique place to relax at the heart of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.
All rooms are en suite and several have baths as well as showers. Each room is well equipped and furnished for your comfort with a television, beverage tray, hairdryer, radio alarm clock and wireless broadband internet connection. To ensure a good night's sleep, all our beds are firm (so no roll-together!). Room service is available. There is a wood burning stove in our bar.
A mouth-watering, delicious, home-cooked eating experience in an informal and friendly atmosphere in an historic building with views.
The hotel is located in the centre of the village. Dolwyddelan stands at a natural and historical crossroads, at the foot of Moel Siabod – 2861 feet (872m), straddling the trout and salmon-rich Afon Lledr, a river, which wends its way through meadows and turbulent gorges northwards to join the Afon Conwy at Llyn yr Afanc.
We have won a Silver in the Green Tourism Awards which means we are carbon neutral for heating and hot water. We also have 2 electric car charging points - one for a Tesla and one for any type 2 electric vehicle.
The Castle is just 1 mile down the road, just outside the village centre, controls a commanding and awesome panorama and the views from the battlements are breath-taking; the Crimea Pass (Bwlch y Gorddinan) and the Moelwyn Mountains, towards Moel Siabod and away to the Denbigh Moors.
Rates: From £25 per person per night.
Children are welcome.
No smoking. Pets are allowed.
Off street parking.
3 Star Visit Wales.