It is no surprise that recent statistics for tourism in North Wales states that an annual average of 3.7million overnight domestic GB trips,
299,000 international visits and 22.7million Tourism Day visits were made to North Wales, Ramblers, Photographers, cyclists and historians alike visit the area for its, beauty, Waterfalls, historic castles and amazing landscapes. North Wales has over 35 dedicated cycling routes that travel though North Wales most scenic landscapes. The Celtic Royal Hotel is set amidst it all with all of the attractions within easy each and most less than 25 minutes away.
Photographers are just some of the groups that find the Celtic Royal Hotel is an ideal venue in a great location for photography in North Wales. Caernarfon is a royal town and port in Gwynedd it lies along the A487 road, on the eastern shore of the Menai Straits,
Snowdonia fringes Caernarfon to the east and south-east. Fantastic wildlife, landscapes and architectural buildings (many that have been the backdrop or setting for films and TV) are literally on the doorstep, with Caernarfon Castle sitting atop the list for many.
With over Host your away day or team-building exercises with us and take in the surrounding countryside and nearby attractions. Zip line, deep underground mines, the world famous Laburnum Arch and flowers at the National Trust Bodnant Gardens.
Cwm Idwal , Ogwen Valley is a very popular area with its glacial lake, waterfalls and rock valley. Many painters have set the landscapes here to canvas.
North Wales has some of Britain’s most spectacular scenery, ensuring epic bike journeys through its roads stretching from one corner to another. Panoramic views across mountains, lakes valleys and forests. Its not surprising then, that many biking groups join us for great road trips across the area with The Celtic Royal as a base to return to each night for good food, great beer and a good atmosphere