Castle Hotel - Luxury Conwy Hotels
The Castle Hotel is right in the centre of the World Heritage walled town of Conwy. Originally an old coaching inn, standing on the site of a Cistercian abbey and used to consist of two famous hostelries, The Castle and the 15th century King’s Head and is now one of Conwy’s most photographed buildings.
The hotel’s owners, the Lavin family along with their fellow Director/Chef Consultant, Graham Tinsley take good food and hospitality very seriously. Fabulous local Welsh produce is always served with a flair. The hotel has 28 bedrooms and suites, including a very grand, ornately carved four poster bed, dated 1570 in the Wynn Suite. So named because the bed once belonged to the Wynn family who were major land owners in North Wales in Elizabethan times. Their ‘town house’ called ‘Plas Mawr’ is just a few doors from the hotel up the High Street.
All of the hotel’s bedrooms and public areas have been upgraded recently and now offer contemporary style and facilities, but with the same emphasis on comfort and tradition. All the bedrooms have private bathrooms and the two room Caer Rhun Suite has a two person jacuzzi bath!
Conwy Conference Facilities - Castle Hotel
A small meeting room which seats up to 16 people. Larger gatherings can be accommodated in public areas of the hotel, including a walled courtyard garden recently added.
Conwy Wedding Venues - Castle Hotel
The hotel does not have a ‘function room’ but can cater for wedding receptions in the main dining area of the hotel. Exclusive use of the hotel can be offered for numbers in excess of 65.
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Conwy is located approximately 65 miles west of Liverpool, European City of Culture 2008. Follow A55 Express Way, exit junction 18 (17 if travelling eastwards). Head into centre of Conwy on one way road system. Hotel situated on left side of High Street which runs through the town from north to south
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Conwy is a ‘World Heritage Site’ and the town’s main historical attraction is the Medieval 13th century Castle. Conwy is a great place to tour the whole of North Wales, with Snowdonia National Park right on the doorstep and Anglesey a short drive down the A55.
Singles from £82
Club Doubles from £126 Premium Doubles from £136 Deluxe Rooms from £156
Caer Rhun Suite from £230
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