The Celtic Royal Hotel

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The Celtic Royal Hotel

Princess Victoria visited the original main building of the Celtic Royal Hotel in 1832; five years before she was became Queen Victoria.

The location is rich in history and befitting any princess visit. It is in Caernarvon, a mediaeval town. Just a few hundred yards away is Caernarvon Castle.

Which is a renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site that should not be missed, especially at night when the Castle is illuminated in a spectacular display of colour.


In Caernarfon, North Wales, there is a historic inn called the Celtic Royal Hotel that dates to the 18th century and was frequented by Queen Victoria.

The Celtic Royal Hotel offers charming rooms with comfortable beds to relax and enjoy a good night’s sleep after perhaps an adventure-filled day in the stunning surrounding Snowdonia Mountain range.

Or the nearby historic town of Caernarfon, which served as the location for the recent filming of “The Queen” and was home to the investiture of the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles.

The cosy basic rooms are the ideal home base for your journey, whether it’s a weekend getaway, a midweek work trip, or an impromptu vacation.

Most entire en-suite rooms feature: Free Wi-Fi, TV, tea and coffee makers, hair dryers, and premium toiletries are all provided.

 Family rooms are roomy and the ideal addition to your family outings, providing you with the room you need to create priceless family memories as well as the comfort you need for some downtime.

 Deluxe Double rooms encompasses our customers’ needs and has been upgraded to increase your comfort and relaxation while you are there.


For many years, The Celtic Royal Hotel in North Wales has taken great pride in serving delicious food that is locally sourced.

Their chefs serve you the best food, prepared to perfection.

Whether you join them for a delicious Sunday Carvery, a sumptuous Full Welsh Breakfast, afternoon tea, or fine dining.

The Castell Restaurant and Y Copa/Summit Bar are perennially favoured spots for residents and non-residents alike to eat, drink, and unwind thanks to their extensive wine lists. Classic meals, and modern favourites, as well as their outstanding variety of true Welsh ales.

They take great satisfaction in using the finest local ingredients to create a varied menu of delicious pub fare.

At the Celtic Royal Hotel, a traditional Sunday Carvery is provided for just £15.95 per person utilising fresh seasonal vegetables and local food.

There are options for appetisers and desserts.

Behind the bar, you’ll discover a fantastic selection of regional Welsh beers, a carefully chosen wine list, and a diverse selection of cocktails and spirits.


You can also enjoy services like Conference, Leisure Activities and Weddings to make your day more memorable at The Celtic Royal Hotel in Caernarfon, North Wales.

The Celtic Royal Hotel features an air conditioned gym. 16 Meter indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, bubble pool and steam room.

Your big day deserves a memorable venue.

This charming, comfortable hotel with its decorative staircase and exposed brick wall décor entrance combines all the expected modern comforts with the charm of its original architecture.


The hotel is in the heart of Caernarfon, a short 10-minute walk from the harbour. The Celtic Royal Hotel is a 20-minute drive from Bangor and is only a 5-minute stroll from Caernarfon Castle.

Snowdonia National Park is a 15-minute drive away and there is free on-site parking.

Hotel Reviews

“a beautiful old building in the midst of a refurb, but don’t let that put you off! it’s very well managed and there is virtually no impact on the guests.”
“Clean rooms, nice pool, close to town, good breakfast and pub. Staff were helpful when we raised an issue. Liked that kids were able to use the pool – many hotels restrict times which is unnecessary.”
“Amazing place so relaxing and everything was perfect I loved the fact they took good care of every little accept even my Dog was so happy with his bed his little treat bag over all 5 Star service”