Victoria Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Ffordd y Cob
Lleyn Peninsula
LL53 5AA

Victoria Hotel, Pwllheli

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Accommodation Description:

Featuring free WiFi The Victoria Hotel offers friendly accommodation in Pwllheli. There is a games room on site and guests can enjoy the on-site bar. All rooms come with a TV.

Certain rooms have views of the sea or mountains. Each room is equipped with a private or shared bathroom. You will find room service at the property.

Caernarfon is 1less than 10 miles from The Victoria Hotel while Barmouth is 1less than 9 miles from the property.

The Hotel is ideally placed being within one minute walk of an award winning beach. We are a few minutes walk to the local shops and market. Pwllheli boasts Top Class Sailing and Watersports facilities and is in close proximity to popular tourist attractions that include Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula.

There are plenty of activities available within the town that include a Leisure Centre (Swimming Pool) a golf course and two local beaches. Set near the waterfront this simple hotel and pub occupies a Victorian building. It's a 10-minute walk from Pwllheli and 1 mile from Pwllheli Golf Club.

Here at the Victoria Hotel we have a total of eight bedrooms consisting of family rooms twins triple and double rooms. The bright unassuming rooms come with en suite bathrooms as well as TVs and tea and coffee making equipment. Free Wi-Fi is also included.

A full English breakfast is available on request. The Vic as it is locally known is open to the public 7 days a week and is very popular amongst locals. We have a well stocked public bar with a pool and darts table.

The rating from the Food Standards Agency is 5 (the highest rating). The Hotel offers an extensive reasonably priced bar menu. All meals are home made using fresh local produce.

Places to Visit: Criccieth Castle, A native Welsh castle situated on a rocky headland overlooking Tremadog bay, Caernarfon Castle: Mighty Caernarfon is possibly the most famous of Wales's castles. Its sheer scale and commanding presence easily set it apart from the rest and to this day still trumpet in no uncertain terms the intention of its builder Edward I. Harlech Castle: Built by King Edward I during his conquest of Wales this spectacularly located castle was subject to several assaults and sieges during its period of active use as a fortification.

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 3 star rating

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