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Historical Traveler Reviews Castlebank Hotel Conwy
Thanks Jo, et. al. for making my stay pleasant
I stayed here in September 2003. At that time, the hotel had been recently taken over by two couples who now run it.
The hotel was cozy. The staff, particularly, Jo, went out of their way to help make my stay comfortable. The breakfast is nice and vegetarian freindly. The rooms are comfortable and cozy. It's very close to the castle and Conwy itself is in a central place of North Wales. The whole experience was excellent. I'd certainly go back!
Loved it, will definitely go back.
The staff were sooooo helpful that even after we'd left and gone to a much lesser standard of hotel in the hills of Llandudno, I rang back to ask if we could be taken back and Jo rang around good Llandudno B&Bs she knew of to help us find somewhere.
A young newly-married couple, this was the perfect retreat.
Incredibly helpful and friendly staff. Gave us information on local places of attraction. Never made us feel like we were asking too much.
Room was lovely and cosy. View was wonderful. Whole place very homely.
It is run by four young professionals who give the place a wonderful relaxing feel. For example, run by an old couple, you may feel like you're not in entirely capable nor competent hands but with the Castlebank, you get a more traditional building with professional service.
Excellent. Thank you for your help Jo, you're an angel!
Great place and location
Thoroughly enjoyed my stay at a well-run hotel in a great little castle town. The owners run the place themselves, and do a first-rate job of it, going out of their way to provide excellent service and assistance. Like most UK hotels, it gets a bit warm in summer without AC and the rooms are cozy. The town is lovely, with Conwy castle and the town walls an easy walk away. Conwy is nicely positioned for day trips to many sites in North Wales, including Snowdon and other castles.
Just back from a superb stay at the Castlebank Hotel. The bed was one of the most comfortable I have ever slept in, the room was excellent which was made even better by the lovely views. Breakfast was a delight and the staff were very helpful, pleasant and extremely attentive. I would recommend a stay at this hotel to anyone.
Reviews are accurate
We booked the Castlebank for two nights based on reviews on this site. We were not disappointed. Rooms are large, the breakfast excellent in a very inviting room, and the hotel owners are friendly and helpful. The en-suite bathroom was modern with a good shower.
One can walk the town walls within a couple of minutes and visit the terrific castle. Parking is free. This is an ideal location for exploring North Wales.
A nice b&b style hotel
This hotel is well located and you can easily walk to all of the main attractions in Conwy. It was very clean and the owners were very nice.
The bed was a bit soft although the room was a generous size with a nice view of the castle walls.
Breakfast was great.
This is a really decent deal for the price.
We discovered the hotel totally by accident when parking the car nearby upon arriving in Conwy. It turned out to be a very lucky accident. The hotel is run professionally by young partners who strive to make one feel welcome by freindly inter-action with the guests. The accommodation provided was tastefully decorated and spotlessly clean. Breakfast and dinner were excellent, particularly the latter. The cuisine was first class and presented within a fine ambience. Total enjoyment. Total relaxation. Total satisfaction. We will return!!
Wonderful place to stay!
We stayed here for only one night, but would highly recommend it anyone staying in Conwy. The owners/staff were very efficient, but also very pleasant and helpful. The location is within easy walking distance of the town and restaurants, but in a quiet location (next to the city walls and with a view of the castle). The rooms were fresh and comfortable and the breakfast was great. You could tell that the owners knew how to run a hotel (and it seemed like they enjoyed it too).
Pleasant & Helpful at The Castle Bank Hotel Conwy
What a peaceful & pleasant place, anything I needed I only had to ask for once.Excellent, I wouldn't stay anywhere else in Conwy.Plus it is close to all shops, pubs, restaurants and a very short walk to the quay front!
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful !!!!
3 words sum this hotel up, wonderful wonderful wonderful ! It's friendly, great quality and a great price. I can't recommend it highly enough !
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... at Valle Crucis, the ruined 12th century abbey, for a photo stop before travelling through Horseshoe Pass and over the moors. Later we stopped at a lovely little town Betws y Coed to have an ice-cream and look at the river tumbling over rocks in little waterfalls and rapids, before returning to Llandudno. It's been a lovely day. We arrived back at about 6pm, and are looking forward to sleeping in a bit to tomorrow and setting our own pace for the day ...
... of Llanberis and (lake) Llyn Padarn. The rain had stopped and the view was lovely of the village and surrounding mountains. Of course Mt Snowdon was still hiding under low cloud. At lunchtime we headed to Penrhyn Castle about half an hour away. Penrhyn Castle is a country house in the form of a Norman castle. It is owned by The National Trust and is the third largest property that it manages. The castle was only used as a country retreat by ...
... is the second largest offshore wind farm in the world. The mind boggles when thinking about how they accomplished this feat! The drive to Snowdon National Park is very picturesque as the road hugs the spectacular coast before heading inland to the steep slopes of the mountains. Our hotel is opposite the train station that will take us up Mt. Snowdon tomorrow. On our arrival we were greeted by the whistle of the steam train as it took a load of tourists up the ...
... to be used. We continued on a very scenic drive around the mountains to Beddgelert where we had lunch and visited the grave of Gelert, the hound of Llewellyn in the legend. A very pretty little town with a small river flowing through it. Then it was on to Porthmadog to board the steam rain to Blaenau Ffestiniog, a 1.25 hour journey up the mountain. Unfortunately Mt Snowdon's peak was shrouded ...
... that we had strayed from the path and got into difficulties as a result. Keep your eye on the map and bring a silva compass next time or even buy a GPS! Without further mishap but after several more ascents and descents we arrived at the Prestatyn Cliffs. For a mile or so we walked along the tops and after a brief stop for lunch dropped down steeply to Prestatyn and quickly found our accommodation ...