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Inn

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Customer rating 9 / 10
Based on 361 reviews

With warmth at the heart, enjoy a comfortable stay at this historic inn

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At a glance

Dinner Award
Family rooms
Wi-Fi

Located in the picturesque Conwy Valley, this historic inn dates from 1573 and was the first licensed house in Wales. The exterior and gardens have an abundance of shrubs and seasonal flowers that create an impressive welcome, which is matched by the friendly and professional staff. Public areas are decorated and furnished with flair to highlight the many period features. The spacious bedrooms, in renovated outbuildings, are equipped with a wealth of thoughtful extras; many have balconies overlooking the countryside.

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Rooms

  • Rooms: 14
  • Family rooms: 1
  • Ground-floor rooms: 6

Room rates

  • Child discounts available
  • Short breaks available
  • Credit cards accepted

Opening times

  • Open all year

Food

  • Dinner served
  • Last orders for evening meals: 8.45pm

Facilities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Freeview TV in rooms
  • Dogs allowed on premises
  • Dogs allowed in bedrooms
  • Self-catering available
  • Coach parties welcome

Children

  • Children welcome

Leisure

  • Golf course nearby
  • Other leisure facilities: Petanque

Conference

  • Maximum number of delegates: 20
  • Theatre-style holds (maximum):20
  • Classroom-style holds (maximum):20
  • Boardroom-styleholds (maximum): 20

Weddings

  • Holds a civil ceremony licence
  • Maximum number of guests: 100

Getting here

A55, over Old Conwy Bridge, 1st left through Castle Walls on B5106 (Trefriw Road), 2m on right

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Nearest train station

Tal-y-cafn

Nearest motorway junction

Llandudno Junction
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