- Very Good
- 8 guest reviews
"Arrived late after getting lost (our fault) The hotel even rang me to check we were ok. They kept the restaurant open for us, and the food w..."
"This is just what I wanted for a single night stay on the way to catch a ferry at Holyhead. Quaint, unpretentious and as far away from a fac..."
"Nice rooms, with interesting beds and furniture. Comfortable and warm to sleep in. Great breakfast...."
"The suite we stayed in was for up to 6 people and consisted of 3 small bedrooms and a shower room. It was great for us as a family of 5 apar..."
"A warm welcome and roaring log fire were much appreciated on our arrival. Family friendly, our two children felt free to explore. Wonderful..."
About the hotel
This rustic 18th century coaching inn still retains a wealth of charm and character with many original features. Elen’s Castle sits in the heart of Dolwyddelan village which is a natural and historical crossroads at the foot of the 872 metre high Moel Siabod and straddles the trout and salmon-rich River Lledr which wends its way through the village, meadows and turbulent gorges on its tireless journey to the sea. The village of Dolywyddelan is home of Llewelyn the Great's Castle that provides stunning views of Mount Siabod, the Crimea Pass and on clear days you can see across to the Denbigh moors.
All of the bedrooms here at Elen’s Castle Hotel are charming and include fabulous romantic four-poster rooms that overlook the river and Lledr Valley. All have en-suite showers and several have tubs as well, and all of the bedrooms are equipped with Free-View television and DVD players, well stocked hospitality tray, hairdryer, radio alarm clock. Free Wi-Fi broadband Internet access is available in the bar and lounge and most of the bedrooms. The main restaurant and the Garden Room enjoy beautiful views over the Lledr Valley where the tables are graced with a selection of mouth-watering local produce including famous Welsh Black beef (the shaggy-looking black cattle native to North Wales) cooked with passion and served with style. Helen and Adam, the very friendly hard-working couple who own and run this super little hotel, pride themselves on providing a warm and friendly base where you can enjoy the awe-inspiring magic of Snowdonia National Park. Fabulous stay. Babies under the age of 2 in cots can stay free of charge if own cot is brought. If a cot is required a surcharge of £6. 00 for the duration of the stay will be applied. Bedding is charged at £3. 50 per set. Confirmation is required prior to arrival so room arrangements can be made. Please note we are a dog friendly property. However, we can only take a certain number of dogs at one time so if you wish to bring a dog, it is imperative to request if it is possible for us to accommodate your dog in advance. Please phone 01690 750207 to see if it is possible to bring your dog.
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- Family friendly
- Cots available, Interconnecting rooms available, Pets Allowed
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available, In-room Broadband
- Restaurant, Bar
- In room entertainment
- Video/DVD Player, TV, Video/DVD Library, CD Player, [Channels] News, [Channels] Movies (Free), [Channels] Music, [Channels] Childrens, Radio
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room
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- From 15:00 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are allowed
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75% would recommend it to a friend
Very friendly hotel
Arrived late after getting lost (our fault) The hotel even rang me to check we were ok.
They kept the restaurant open for us, and the food was lovely. Missed breakfast because the bed was so lovely, will be using again next time we are over that way. Lovely start to our honeymoon. Thank you
A lovely place with nice people
This is just what I wanted for a single night stay on the way to catch a ferry at Holyhead.
Quaint, unpretentious and as far away from a faceless chain as you can get. Wonderfully situated with stunning views. The room was perfect for us (2 adults plus 3 kids). Staff friendly, well stocked bar etc. Would recommend highly :)