Location. The Seiont Manor Hotel is located in Caernarfon, Wales, within five miles of Caernarfon Castle, Snowdon Mountain Railway and Snowdonia National Park.
Hotel Features. A Georgian grey stone manor house, Seiont Manor Hotel is set in the foothills of Snowdonia amid 150 acres of farmland with a river flowing through the grounds. Ponies roam freely on the land and on a clear day the peak of Snowdon can be seen. The hotel offers a 40 foot Victorian style indoor swimming pool, a gym, a library and a lounge.
A complimentary full Welsh breakfast is served daily at the Seiont Manor Hotel. Llwyn y Brian Restaurant opens for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day and serves seasonal a la carte dishes. The Lounge bar has antique furniture and a fireplace and offers an outside patio dining area. Traditional Sunday lunches and afternoon teas are available.
There are three conference rooms and complimentary wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel.
The grounds of the hotel offer a river with fishing opportunities and many paths for walking.
Guestrooms. The Seiont Manor Hotel offers 28 guestrooms spread over two stories. Guestrooms are individually decorated and overlook the grounds towards the river, offering small balconies or French windows that open onto terraces. Amenities include televisions, CD and DVD players, bathrobes and hair dryers.
Expert Tip. Electric Mountain, four miles away, is a lakeside centre and starting point for guided tours of Dinorwig power station. The power station is housed in Europes largest manmade cavern, and the tour shows how water is used to power Wales.
107 - 181 GBP
Number Of Rooms: 28
Number Of Floors: 1
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Seiont Manor Hotel
Llanrug, United Kingdom LL55 2AQ
From Liverpool John Lennon International Airport (LPL):
Distance to the Seiont Manor Hotel is 80 miles, approximately 80 minutes drive.
Getting there. The best way to get to the hotel is by car or taxi. Bangor train station is eight miles away.
Getting around. There is a local railway station connecting Caernarfon to the rest of the country. The town is compact and easily explored on foot. A car is recommended for getting around and for exploring further afield.