Old-fashioned values in the shadow of Caernarfon Castle
At a glance
Kids play area
Character oozes from the very fabric of this ancient gabled inn, one of the oldest in Wales (built 1522). Relax with a pint of local ale in the fire-warmed, low-ceilinged rooms strewn amidst beams and struts rescued from old ships. Meat and other products are generally local, and dishes from the long menu might include deep-fried fishcake; Chef's special lamb pie; mozzarella and sundried tomato chicken breast; and slow-cooked blade of beef. The well-proportioned bedrooms are ideal for those wishing to stay on and explore Mount Snowdon, the Lleyn Peninsula or catch the Welsh Highland Railway.