This is a genuinely fantastic small 18th century inn (bar, restaurant and rooms) in the very heart of the Snowdonia National Park. This beautiful, little village of Dolwyddelan is the ideal base from which to experience all the sights and sounds of North Wales. This village even has its very own castle!
With lots of character, Elen`s Castle Hotel has two four-poster rooms offering fantastic views over the Lledr Valley and river, two family/group suites, doubles and a twin room. Great breakfasts and award-winning evening meals in the bar and restaurant.
Parking is no problem. Bikes can be parked either on the main car park or at the side of the hotel - wherever you prefer.
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 TV/DVD player, tea/coffee, hairdryer, alarm clock. Wifi is available in some rooms as well as in the bar area. To ensure a good night’s sleep, all our beds are firm (so no roll-together!).
At the very centre of the Snowdonia National Park, 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. The well-known village of Betws-y-Coed is just 5 miles away.
Double room with large bathroom with bath and shower (2 people) £85.Bunkhouse accommodation each £15 Offers available throughout the year. Please email (below) or visit our website for lots more local information and our very best up to date rates.
Helen & Adam Hardy: Dolwyddelan, Betws-y-Coed,
Snowdonia, LL25 0EJ