Castle Hotel

Address: High Street, Conwy, Conwy County, North Wales, Wales, LL32 8DB, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on High Street, Conwy, is near Great Orme, Conwy Castle, Welsh Mountain Zoo, and Rhos on Sea Golf Club.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Castle Hotel Conwy

      Fantastic Fry Up

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      Best Cooked breakfast I have every had. Bacon was suculant thick and crispy, eggs had big deep yellow yolks. Everything cooked to perfection, hot, and fast to arrive.

      Service at the hotal is second to none. Coffee topped up, friendly, helpful. A booking was made at a local Italian restaurant-Franco's, which is great. Some local walks were recommended to us.

      The hotel is ideally situated, very close to town yet in a quiet spot, in an elevated position with superb views of the bay. Ample safe off road free parking is provided in front of the hotel.

      The hotel is very well appointed, clean, very comfortable with lovely dining rooms and lounges. The bedrooms are very comfortable with nice clean white bedding.

      I would strongly recommend a stay here, book early as it is very popular.

      Awesome!

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      Took the family to the Castle Hotel for the weekend to celebrate a 70th birthday. The hotel was lovely and beautifully decorated. The staff were very good, particularly in the restaurant. The food was fabulous, we ate in the restaurant and the bar and could not fault anything. Our two children were made very welcome, great kids meals, ample sized family room. Conwy is very pretty, plenty to do for the weekend, kids loved the castle and walls. Pick this hotel for an extra special break with a little luxury thrown in.

      Lovely hotel, staff and food

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      Just returned from a night at the castle hotel in conwy North Wales. 2 car parks enough for 30 cars and its free. We were accomodated in swit wynn, it has a four poster bed once mooted that King Charles the 1st slept in, very nice room with sofa, chair, dressing table, trouser press, lovely furnishings, small flat screen TV, a Bose music system and a very nice en-suite bathroom. The hotel is situated within the castle walls. We arrived to champagne, choclates and flowers, very nice to. We ate in the hotel restaurant called the Shakespeare were the food is excellent and the staff are fantastic they cant do enough for you. Once leaving after dinner I was presented with a red rose and choclates again (atkins diet beckening!) very well run and ordered hotel, very homely and quiet. I would definately stay there again, hope this review helps and the photos.

      It seems a house more than a Hotel...

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      A very nice litlle Hotel just in the Conwy main street,near the Castle and the harbour! An ancient building with a familiar ambience and some lovely antiques!! Our room was very large and clean. Nice restaurant with quality food and attentive staff. Conwy is beautifull!! We will return to Wales...

      Super Hotel

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      As member of a Swiss group, visiting gardens in North Wales, we stayed a whole week in this fabulous hotel. My wife and myself enjoyed the stay very much: the exciting little town, the very nice room (Nr 202), the very good food in the Shakespeare restaurant, and especially the friendlyness and courteousness of all personnel in this hotel! We will come again! Thank you all for unforgettable days!

      Sweet Swit

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      My wife and I spent a night in the best suite in the hotel - Swit Caer Rhun - in April. At over 200 for B&B for two it isn't cheap but they have put thousands into refurbishing just this room, not mention the rest of the hotel.

      Very confortable with all the little touches and massive jacusi (is that how you spell it) bath that you expect at this price. Right in the centre of the walled city but with (bless them) parking at no extra charge. Nice restaurant too.

      Only down side was the lack of a lift which was a bit hard on my ageing legs!

      Fab Sunday Lunch

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      Have stayed here many times and always found hotel excellent - cleanliness, helpful staff and excellent restaurant - especially the Sunday roast beef lunch (best to book). Located in the heart of Conwy updating ongoing and parking over the road in car park or at rear of hotel.

      Fantastic Food

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      The Hotel is clean, comfortable and very nice. The restaurant is excellent and we were very impressed with the variety of choice and the overall value for such a lovely meal. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly. We will be revisiting this hotel.

      Great hotel in a great location

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      The staff was friendly, the room was comfortable, and the restaurant was great. The hotel was in the center of everything, and the entire city was within walking distance. Conwy is a great place to visit. I just wish we could have stayed longer!!! The only drawback was they didn't have many non-smoking rooms and we were a bit bothered by the smoke smell. Parking was a bit of a problem, too, but that is the case anywhere within the city walls. Overall, a nice experience. I would definitely stay there again.

      Fabulous stay at the Castle. Fantastic restaurant.

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      We stayed at the Castle Hotel for two nights in early May 2004. Our room, Y Castell Swit had a view of Conwy Castle which was very nice as this relic is lighted until late evening. The room was comfortable, bright, nicely furnished and clean. We found the staff to be friendly and helpful. Of Note: The hotel's restaurant "Shakespeare's" is exceptional. We enjoyed full breakfasts and dinners for both days. From our first bite it was obvious there is a culinary master at work. Hands down some of the tastiest, freshest gourmet cooking we have enjoyed in our travels. The wait staff in the restaurant was attentive and courteous. Menu prices were reasonable. Highly recommended.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Castle Hotel Conwy

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      Travel Blogs from Conwy

      A Wet Walk

      A travel blog entry by jamestug on Dec 09, 2014

      17 photos

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      The Boys in the Tower

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jun 20, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... him.

      Our tour guide takes us back to the 1840's where children as young as 8 began working in the mines. It is almost pitch black, Julian clasps Elizabeth's hand a bit tighter and Kaeleb creeps a bit closer to us, enraptured. As we took the mine cart back up we gave up our hard hats and emerged into the sunlight and ambled our way to the workshop where we witness the splitting of slate. Elizabeth, in the process of replacing her sunglasses in ...

      Conwy and pretty North Wales

      A travel blog entry by kthagan on Jun 20, 2014

      38 photos

      ... was being cleaned by walking the city walls. Was pretty cool and stunning views. Grabbed the key and barely made it up the hill to park the car and unload. Mellow afternoon in the joint and dinner in.



      Sat Jun 21
      Big day out today. Finn and I woke up and went ...

      Ironbridge and Conwy

      A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Apr 15, 2014

      41 photos

      ... colors on the plaster walls and ceiling relief, the game hanging in the kitchen and the beautifully carved four-poster bed held our attention as we imagined what life might have been like almost 500 years ago. Rick liked the idea that it had its own attached brewhouse while I appreciated the indoor "toilets".






      Conwy’s main attraction is its castle. ...

      Tryfan and Glyders

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Mar 13, 2014

      16 photos

      ... up! Reaching Glyder Fach, the plateau of which is strewn with big boulders, we were welcomed with another great view.

      Next we continued to Glyder Fawr, before making our descent down. We were now starting to lose light, and this shady side was covered in snow. Hmmm a precarious descent. Using some of Simons mountaineering skills, we managed very carefully to partially abseil across ...