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Royal Oak Hotel
Holyhead Road
Betws-y-Coed
North Wales

LL24 0AY | View map

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Former Victorian Coaching Inn set in the heart of the village overlooking the River Llugwy.
Rooms have been designed with the heritage of the hotel in mind but offer contemporary luxury.
For dining choose from the award winning Llugwy Restaurant or the relaxed modern Grill Bar - both offer menus featuring the finest local Welsh produce.
Alternatively the Stables Bistro Bar offers a unique atmosphere, cask ales, alfresco dining for those languid summer evenings and hosts regular music nights.
The perfect base for discovering all the wonders of Snowdonia, whether it's stunning scenery and historic locations, the outdoors and adventure sports or artistic inspiration
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Ratings/Awards: RAC/AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 27
Number Ensuite: 27

Price per Person

Price Includes: Bed & Breakfast
Double: From £40
Single: From £65
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Restaurant

Name: Llugwy Restaurant

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