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Plas Tan y Graig
3.5 out of 5
Smith St, Beddgelert, Caernarfon, Wales
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Situated on the waterfront, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Aberglaslyn Pass and Gelert's Grave. Sygun Copper Mine and Llyn Dinas are also ...
4.9/5Exceptional! (84 reviews)
"Our stay at Plas Tan y Graig was excellent. The owners were very friendly and shared tips about places to visit/ paths to walk in the area. The room was very homely, clean, spacious and had everything we needed. Breakfast options were great, having both veggie and vegan options which were prepared ..."

Reviewed on 21 Sep 2020

Plas Tan y Graig
Victoria House B&B
5 out of 5
13 CHURCH STREET, Caernarfon, Wales
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Situated on the waterfront, this luxury bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Caernarfon Castle and Gypsy Wood Park. GreenWood Forest Park and Menai ...
4.9/5Exceptional! (34 reviews)
"Our room was spacious with a king-size bed and plenty of clothes storage space. Bathroom ditto. Breakfast was great. Jan and staff were very friendly and helpful. Parking isn't easy given the narrow street. Would definitely recommend and would stay again."

Reviewed on 23 Oct 2020

Victoria House B&B
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The Royal Victoria Hotel

The Royal Victoria Hotel

3 out of 5
Llanberis, Gwynedd, Caernarfon, Wales
4/5Very Good! (997 reviews)
"The staff at the hotel are lovely. Very helpful and friendly. Excellent location for walking up Snowdon - you really couldn’t be any closer to the Llanberis path! It’s just a 2 minute walk into the little village to grab pub grub or snacks etc. The hotel is a little old and tired but perfectly functional ..."

Reviewed on 30 Sep 2020

The Royal Victoria Hotel
Celtic Royal Hotel

Celtic Royal Hotel

3 out of 5
Bangor Street, Gwynedd, Caernarfon, Wales
The price is £80 per night from 2 May to 3 May
4.3/5Excellent! (744 reviews)
Really nice hotel and facilities for a great price
"Really happy with our stay. Nice spacious clean room. Air con unit in room but couldn’t work out how to use it as no controller or dial. Room was warm and could not open windows very much. Light switches were a bit annoying as you just had to just press them and see what turned on. We used the swimming ..."

Reviewed on 30 Sep 2020

Celtic Royal Hotel
Saracens Head Hotel

Saracens Head Hotel

3 out of 5
Caernarfon Road, Caernarfon, Wales
The price is £99 per night from 3 May to 4 May
4.4/5Excellent! (82 reviews)
"The customer service was outstanding!"

Reviewed on 30 Sep 2020

Saracens Head Hotel
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B&B in Caernarfon

The royal town of Caernarfon lies along the eastern shores of the Menai Strait, just a stone's throw from the Isle of Anglesey. It is, perhaps, best known for its castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that dominates the centre of town. It looks particularly dramatic at night, when it's lit up from below. This medieval town is made up of narrow, winding streets lined with a jumble of 19th-century terraced cottages, though there's a modern waterfront district that was redeveloped in recent years. If you've nabbed one of the Caernarfon bed and breakfasts down by the harbour, you can wake up to views of yachts and colourful fishing boats, bobbing in the water. If you're a fan of the great outdoors, not only are you right on the coast, but you'll only be a short drive away from the magnificent Snowdonia National Park, which offers almost limitless possibilities for outdoor adventures.

  • Stay near the castle without paying the earth for it
  • Wake up to spectacular views over the waterfront
  • Enjoy excellent service from your hosts
  • Bring the kids to stay in one of the family-sized guestrooms

Traditional Victorian Terraces and Boutique B&Bs, Caernarfon

Caernarfon bed and breakfasts have long been the staple accommodation of choice for visitors. The cosy atmosphere and friendly owners attract guests back year after year. Plus, many are a fraction of the cost of the hotels in town, leaving you more cash to spend on the attractions and places to eat. If you book a B&B, be sure to spend some time chatting with the owners, many of whom have been running their properties for years and can offer advice on the best things to do and see. Sold on a B&B? You can always find your perfect property on Expedia, which lists every B&B, along with detailed descriptions of the features and candid photos. If you fire up the site, all you need to do is search by location, date and budget, scan through the B&Bs and book in just a few clicks. Whether you are visiting on a family getaway or a romantic weekend break, you'll always find one that fits the bill. Some are traditional terraced B&Bs which, charmingly, haven't changed all that much over the years and offer plenty of bang for your buck. Alternatively, consider scoring one of the boutique properties, whose interiors and furnishings look like they jumped straight out of the pages of an interior designs magazine. You'll even find a few country cottages just outside the town, if you'd rather be closer to the national park. Whichever you pick, you'll always have a comfortable stay when you book through Expedia.

The guestrooms often come equipped with all the things you would expect from a hotel, like a kettle for making hot drinks, a flat-screen TV on the wall and a comfortable double bed wrapped in freshly pressed sheets. Free WiFi is a given, but if you pick right, you could score a room with a desk and swivel chair, which you can use to catch up on a few emails. All but the most budget guestrooms will have ensuite bathrooms, stocked with fresh towels, toiletries and a hairdryer. You'll even find pet-friendly rooms, should you want to bring the dogs on your Welsh break. Come daybreak, you can fuel up for the day on a proper Welsh breakfast, or lighter options, like fruit and porridge. If you're looking for a completely different type of break, consider a few nights in the capital, and experience activities in Cardiff instead.

Museums, a Castle and a Roman Ruin Near Your B&B, Caernarfon

The only difficulty when you stay in a Caernarfon bed and breakfast is knowing what to do first. Of course, if you're a newbie to town, it would be unthinkable not to visit the famous Caernarfon Castle to see the well-preserved battlements and visit the Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum. Next, you could try the nearby Quarry Hospital Museum – don't miss the restored operating theatre – and the National Slate Museum, for an insight into the history of the industry. For more history try Segontium, the ruins of a huge Roman fort dating from around 77AD.

Frequently asked questions

Searching for B&Bs in Caernarfon?
If you want to find a place to stay with a small number of rooms and a cosy environment, a bed and breakfast might be a great fit for your getaway to Caernarfon. When you want to explore the surroundings in Caernarfon, National Slate Museum and Caernarfon Airworld are a couple notable museums worth visiting.
Are you interested in an apartment instead of a traditional hotel?
With attentive service, opportunities to meet other guests and hearty breakfasts, B&Bs offer a unique setting.
What are the top B&Bs in Caernarfon?
Why not look at these B&Bs in Caernarfon: Plas Tan y Graig: 3.5 stars, 5 rooms. Enjoy the free cooked breakfast and patio area. Victoria House B&B: 5 stars, 4 rooms.
When should I stay at a B&B in Caernarfon?
When you’re dreaming of a trip to Caernarfon, year-round temperatures and rainfall may be important factors to consider. The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 14°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 5°C. Average annual precipitation for Caernarfon is 736 inches.
What is there to do in Caernarfon?
If you enjoy experiencing a new place through your taste buds, you’ll definitely enjoy Caernarfon for its bar scene and array of dining options. If cultural attractions are high on your list, National Slate Museum and Caernarfon Airworld are spots to visit. You should put Mount Snowdon and Caernarfon Castle on your list if you want to see more of the area.
How can I get to and around Caernarfon?
You can plan your excursions in and around Caernarfon ahead of time with these transportation options. To venture out into the surrounding area, hop aboard a train at Llanberis Station. If you’d like to venture out around the area, you may want a rental car for your journey.