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The Saracens Head Hotel
Caernarfon Road
Beddgelert
North Wales

LL55 4UY | View map
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Stay in a hotel full of character and charm located in the beautiful mountain village of Beddgelert. The finest scenery in the whole of the Snowdonia National Park is right on the doorstep - mountain-ringed lakes and rushing rivers; the famous beauty spot of the Aberglaslyn Pass; cool; green forests and; of course; Snowdon itself; the highest peak in England and Wales.The hotel; which stands beside the rushing River Colwyn beneath steep mountain slopes; matches these superb surroundings. The Saracen's Head; with its comfortable rooms; excellent restaurant; friendly bars and welcoming staff is the perfect base from which to explore the countryside and coastline of North Wales.The hotel is open throughout the year and offers genuine value-for-money; the Saracen's Head is family-run and managed; so you can be sure of a warm; friendly and relaxing atmosphere; personal attention and high standards of comfort and cuisine. Fourteen well-equipped and comfortable bedrooms with iron and ironing board available on request(six en suite). Please note all rooms are no smoking. Most attractive reception area; large restaurant; lounge bar with small dance floor and games bar with open fire. Entertainment most weekends. Please Note: Smoking in designated areas. Pets allowed by prior arrangement and subject to surcharge. Children welcome. Check-In time: 14:30 and Check-Out time: 10:30.

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