At the Black Boy Inn (4*), Caernarfon, North Wales, staff have been offering hotel style accommodation and dining of distinction for more than five centuries. Situated in the heart of the Royal Borough of Caernarfon, within the medieval town walls, the inn has charm aplenty with its roaring open fires, oak beams and all the Welsh character that its age and location suggests.
Black Boy Inn (4*) is minute's walk away from Caernarfon's famous 13th century castle; a looming, fantastical World Heritage Site. Nine hundred yards further is the starting point of the Welsh Highland Railway, offering a journey through the fabulous scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. Fifteen minutes away is the snowdon mountain railway at Llanberis.
At the Black Boy Inn, each of the en-suite bedrooms has its own charm. Whilst up-dating the rooms to a high standard, we have strived to retain the unique character and atmosphere by using local, traditional building materials with handmade furniture and quality fittings. All the rooms at the Black Boy Inn include a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities and cable / satellite channels. Each offers a coffee maker, an iron and complimentary toiletries. Free internet is available, ensuring you'll have no trouble remaining connected while on the road.
At the Black Boy Inn, the locals’ favourite, diners are offered a wealth of choice and flavours. Depending on your mood, taste or occasion you can choose between the hearty à la carte restaurant menu and the chalkboard of seasonal specials. Head chef, Marius, and his team pride themselves on their unfussy but skilful preparation of quality ingredients, with a passion for fresh seafood and a commitment towards using the best locally sourced organic Welsh produce.
At the Black Boy Inn they have the breathtaking beauty of North Wales on their doorstep, with something to suit every taste. You don’t need to travel far to take advantage of the numerous attractions Caernarfon and the surrounding area has to offer. For instance, it is just a minute's walk to reach Wales' most magnificent castle; a looming, fantastical World Heritage Site built by Edward I as a medieval show of English strength. Nine hundred yards further is the starting point of the Welsh Highland Railway, offering a journey on one of the world's most powerful 2' gauge steam locomotives. A few miles' drive is Snowdonia National Park which plays host to the highest mountain in Wales, and Anglesey, home of Beaumaris Castle, the last and largest of the castles to be built in Wales.
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