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Top tips for finding the perfect Snowdonia National Park hotel
If you think that you will be arriving into Snowdonia late, you may be interested in staying somewhere with a 24h front desk and reception, such as the Travelodge in Porthmadog or the Travelodge in Bangor.
The Erskine Arms in Conwy and the Basecamp Wales in Caernarfon have onsite, private parking available. This is perfect for guests that are thinking of renting a car or taking their own vehicle to Snowdonia.
For guests wanting to bring a pet along, we recommend accommodation such as the Royal Ship, in Dolgellau, or the Menai Hotel in Bangor. Both hotels allow pets, although you must advise them in advance that you are bringing your faithful companion with you. Please note that a surcharge may apply.
For guests who don’t want to travel too far to eat, there are some great hotels with onsite restaurants, such as the Yha Snowdon Pen -y - Pass, in Caernarfon, or the Gladstone in Penmaenmawr. They are perfect if you are tired after a long day and would like to relax in the hotel and grab a bite to eat before going to bed.
Keen golfers may want to stay at the Conwy Valley Lodge or the Yha Conwy in Conwy, both close to local golf courses and providing easy access to the popular sport. These hotels are ideal for a round or two of golf with friends, surrounded by the beauty of the Snowdonia countryside.
For guests looking for a hit of sporting adrenaline while enjoying the beauty of Snowdonia, we recommend staying at the Y Gweynedd Inn, Caernarfon or the Vagabond Bunkhouse in Betws-y-Coed. Both hotels offer opportunities to go fishing, hiking, or canoeing. The Vagabond Bunkhouse also offers the chance to go horse-riding and windsurfing, while the Y Gwynedd Inn provides the chance to go diving or play bingo.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Snowdonia National Park
Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Snowdonia National Park.
Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular destination is Caernarfon (50% of total searches to Snowdonia National Park). The next most popular destinations are Barmouth (25%) and Porthmadog (25%).
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Snowdonia National Park for as cheap as AED 122 (Caernarfon) in the last 3 days. The average price is AED 504.
In the last 72 hours, users have found Snowdonia National Park hotels for tonight for as low as AED 157 (Caernarfon). Users have also found 3-star hotels from AED 196 (Caernarfon) and 4-star+ hotels from AED 298 (Caernarfon).
If you or someone you are travelling with has reduced mobility or a disability, Tthe Black Boy Inn and the Canolfan Y Fron Hostel offer facilities to make you comfortable. Both hotels have ground floor rooms that are wheelchair accessible, whilst bathrooms are equipped with lowered sinks, roll-in showers, shower chairs, and toilets with grab rails.
If you plan on hosting an event or taking care of some work during your stay, then you will want a hotel that has a business centre. The Celtic Royal Hotel and the Canolfan Y Fron – Hostel both offer wifi, desks, fax machines and photocopying services as well as spaces for hosting meetings or events, such as weddings or banquets.
Guests travelling with young children will want to stay somewhere that offers a safe and enjoyable space for them to sleep and play. The Black Boy Inn offers kids meals and has an outdoor playground with play equipment. The Padarn Hotel also offers kids meals, has interconnected family rooms and an outdoor playground.
Where to stay in Snowdonia National Park?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Snowdonia National Park by showing you the exact location of each hotel.