- Very Good
- 6 guest reviews
"Lovely hotel in a beautiful location. No hesitation in recommending it...."
"The hotel is traditional, clean and generally well presented. The Superior Double room was reasonably sizeable, but the mattress was incredi..."
"We stayed in a spacious room at the back of the hotel so there was no road noise. There was some noise on two of the three evenings we staye..."
"We could not fault the hotel,it was excellent. Rooms and staff were fantastic. Cleanliness was exceptional,as was the hotel food......"
"We really enjoyed our visit to The Royal Oak Hotel although we were only booked in for one night on a Friday, as we were travelling through..."
About the hotel
The Royal Oak Hotel is a three star historic former coaching inn surrounded by woodland, boasting a prime location at the Gateway to Snowdonia village of Betws-y-Coed. The rooms have been designed to incorporate the heritage of the hotel alongside contemporary luxury. Some have Jacuzzi bathrooms and ornate four-poster or sleigh beds.
All rooms have Wi-Fi access and flatscreen TVs with over 50 Freeview channels. The award winning Llugwy River Restaurant has been recently redesigned and the inspiration for the menu comes from the seasonality of the local produce Wales has to offer. Alternative dining is found in the relaxed atmosphere of the Grill Bar with hearty breakfasts, daily specials and fabulous Welsh Cream Teas!
- In Room Entertainment
- TV , Satellite TV
- 24 Hour Room Service
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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The Royal Oak Hotel
Lovely hotel in a beautiful location.
No hesitation in recommending it.
Pleasant stay in a good location for exploring Snowdonia.
The hotel is traditional, clean and generally well presented.
The Superior Double room was reasonably sizeable, but the mattress was incredibly hard so we had a rather disturbed nights sleep. Our room was on the first floor, and there was no lift available, so those with limited mobility would find the hotel challenging. Staff were friendly and helpful.