The prestigious Celtic Royal Hotel is in a prime location, enjoying close proximity to the World Heritage Site of historic Caernarfon Castle. Snowdonia National Park is within a short distance, notably a paradise for all outdoor pursuit activities. The Georgian-style property is comfortable and tastefully-decorated with all modern conveniences. The 110 comfortable, bright and airy bedrooms are complete with a cozy seating area, tea/coffee facilities, TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Brasserie Draco serves Mediterranean-style cuisine using fresh, local produce and traditional breakfasts. Summit Y Copa Bar and Bistro offers light snacks. The hotel features an indoor heated swimming pool and a fully equipped fitness suite. Located just outside the city walls, you can walk to Caernarfon Castle and through the charming old streets of the town.
All 110 guestrooms at The Celtic Royal are tastefully designed, offering quality and a restful stay to meet the demands of today’s discerning guest. The hotel also has a number of rooms suitable for disabled guests.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Wi-Fi Internet Available
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- Cozy Seating Area
The ‘Brasserie Draco’ in the main restaurant combines a chic and rewarding eating experience providing a Mediterranean inspired menu, accompanied by a selection of wines. All dishes are created from local produce with a contemporary flair. The restaurant is open daily for dinner from 6-9pm.
Summit Y Copa Bar & Bistro:
The Summit Y Copa Bar & Bistro offers an array of delicious food, a well stocked bar, a warm and friendly atmosphere with impeccable service. This beautifully designed Bar creates the perfect environment in which to eat and drink! The bar is open daily serving lunch from 12pm-2pm and evening meals from 6pm-9pm. We also offer a Carvery every Sunday 12pm-2pm, where there is a selection of starters mains and desserts.
The City of Caernarfon
On The Map: Caernarfon is a coastal town, located on the sheltered Menai Strait, in the northwest corner of Wales.
Caernarfon has an exceptionally rich history, with the town’s location being continually inhabited since Roman times. Caernarfon is rightly proud of its heritage and boasts the higest proportion of native Welsh speakers in the country. Today, Caernarfon is a bustling market town, thriving harbour and major tourist centre. The focal point of the town is undoubtedly the medieval fortress – Caernarfon Castle – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Construction of the castle began in 1283 at the behest of King Edward I of England, to assert English power in Wales. It is arguably the most imposing fortress built in Wales by the English. The unique polygonal towers and intimidating battlements were modelled on the walls of Constantinople, and centuries later, its commanding presence is no less impressive.