Premier Inn Caernarfon

Address: Balaclava Rd, Victoria Dock, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales, LL55 1SQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Balaclava Rd, Victoria Dock, Caernarfon, is near Caernarfon Castle, GreenWood Forest Park, Castle Square, and Ceri Richards Gallery.
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      Travel Blogs from Caernarfon

      A Welsh Engagement

      A travel blog entry by hbowen on Mar 22, 2015

      73 photos

      ... at The Castle Hotel. Since the fanciest clothes we brought were plaid button up shirts we were probably a little under dressed but it was great!

      Alas, we eventually had to head home, once again via train. Back to the real world :( I've attached a ton of pictures. Please have a look at them. They are in no particular order and I apologize for the varying quality. I only brought my cell phone on this trip and had to make due with that camera. Thank you all for reading!
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      Bangor Pier

      A travel blog entry by quinns_travels on Mar 06, 2015

      2 photos

      ... looking even more impressive from a waterside view. In my opinion though the
      best time to really experience the pier is during a stormDanger aside and knowing when it’s too rough to venture out,
      you can’t beat the feeling you get during this time. The wind will rob you of
      thought, make you feel so insignificant as you see the waves roll further and
      ...

      Best of Both Worlds

      A travel blog entry by quinns_travels on Feb 20, 2015

      1 photo

      Travelling is all about curiosity in my opinion. We want to see and do as many things as possible because its new and exciting. Students especially, we spend years in school desperate to get away from home, as far away as possible.

      I was no exception. I moved from a small Irish town to Wales to go to university. A first Bangor was amazing. So many new people, new experiences, new sites. But I underestimated the ...

      Day 17 - Snowdonia

      A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 17, 2015

      21 photos

      ... The splitting was done by hand, and it was a skill that would have been passed down from father to son. The slate from Welsh quarries was usually expected to last 200 to 300 years before it would need replacing. And it was shipped all over the world, even as far as Australia and Argentina! With that the tour came to an end. I had a bit of a wander around, had a look in the gift shop, took a photo for a lovely Welsh family, and then made my way back to town. It's quite ...

      Wales - the land of castles & mountains

      A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Aug 30, 2013

      1 comment, 65 photos

      ... people staying there were a different breed than your normal backpacker; I guess that's what you get when you stay in a small town compared with a big city. Everyone at the hostel was laidback and friendly. In the evening I went to the pub with a few of them – Jenny & Maria from Germany and Anita & Claire from England. The food was average (never ordering a Welsh pie from the Black Boy Inn again), but the ales and the company were ...