The Royal Oak Hotel is a picturesque building, which was once a coaching inn. Situated in the centre of the village amidst charming scenery and overlooking the River Llugwy, is a convenient centre from which all of Snowdonia and North Wales can be explored. Room are thoughtfully designed with great attention to detail and the traditional period design is coupled with a contemporary feel, to provide luxurious comfort whilst maintaining the character of the Royal Oak’s Victorian heritage. For those special occasions choose to stay in one of the Deluxe 4 poster rooms or request a jacuzzi whirlpool bath! Visit the award winning Llugwy Restaurant, or for a more relaxed experience eat at the Grill Bar, both serve the best of local seasonla ingredients. Alternatively try the unique Stables Bistro Bar with great food, a host of cask ales and regular music nights. Royal Oak Hotel, Betws-y-Coed...its all here....
Royal Oak Hotel is part of the following Travel Ideas:
"Betws-y-Coed is one of the prettiest slate villages in the Snowdonia National Park. Though it was founded as a religious settlement in the 6th century AD, it became of interest to travellers after Thomas Telford’s Waterloo Bridge was built to carry the Irish mail coaches from London to the Holyhead ferry on Anglesey - and access became less perilous.
The Royal Oak Hotel began its life as a coaching inn on that route. The Afon Llugwy that flows in front of it has been a great attraction for tourists ever since the first nineteenth-century painters got off the mail coach and put up their easels.
The River Llugwy rises high up in the mountains in an area that receives the highest rainfall in Britain. This small, ice-cold river thereafter plunges down through the village of Capel Curig and then over the Swallow Falls, a popular stopping place for tourist buses, before turning abruptly in front of the grey slate Royal Oak Hotel and heading more gradually towards the River Conwy and the Irish Sea. This is glorious river-walking country, as long as you take wet weather gear.
In the evening eat in Stables Bistro Bar with its male voice choir and jazz evenings and casked ales from the Bragdy Miws Piws (the Purple Moose Brewery)."
Information on Royal Oak Hotel , Betws-y-Coed
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: Single, Standard, Superior, Deluxe
|Room rates guide:||
Single from: £77.50
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Delta, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Solo, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
LCD flat screen TV, Selected SKY channels, Broadband access, Family rooms available, Four poster or feature beds, Jacuzzi bathrooms, Luxury toiletries
Complimentary membership to the Dukes Leisure Complex, Award winning Llugwy Restaurant, Grill Bar, Stables Bistro Bar, Licensed for Civil Ceremonies, Wedding receptions up to 75 guests, For up to 65 delegates, Meeting/conference room
Residents discount card for the famous Anna Davis quality department store
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Manchester , Liverpool
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