The Eagles Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Llanrwst, Gwynedd (Snowdonia)

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Ancaster Square
Llanrwst
Gwynedd
Wales
LL26 0LG

The Eagles Hotel, Llanrwst

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The Eagles Hotel is a charming 18th century hotel set around a lively town square. It has two bars serving food and a riverside restaurant with a bar that offers a warm welcome excellent food plus superb accommodation and two private function rooms for parties meetings and weddings. Salmon fishing directly below the hotel.

The Eagles Hotel is your chance to escape and relax in the stunning Welsh countryside.

The Historic Eagles Hotel is situated in Llanrwst on the banks of the River Conwy on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park 4 miles from the popular tourist resort of Betws-y-Coed. Having just been renovated The Eagles Hotel is renowned for excellent value good service and friendly atmosphere so come and experience for yourselves the magic of Wales in this fantastic riverside hotel. Located between Betws-y-Coed and Llandudno Llanrwst is a lively historic market town in the Conwy Valley and is an ideal place to stay for visiting Snowdonia and North Wales.

There is a wide choice of menus and you may dine in the cosy Lounge Bar mahogany paneled restaurant overlooking the river and historic bridge or outside on the patio or riverside garden. All rooms are comfortably equipped with standard facilities while the hotel also has conference facilities accommodating from 10 to 150 people.

3 star rating

From: £45.00


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Room Facilities
Pets allowed
Iron
Ironing board
Wireless internet connection
Colour television
Internet access
Hairdryer
Non-smoking
Family/oversized room
Tea and coffee making facilities
Adjoining rooms
Free Wireless internet connection

Amenities
Lock-up facility for bicycles
Wedding services
Ironing facilities
Restaurant
Bar
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)

Parking
Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Printer
Photocopier
Meeting rooms

Dining Facilities
RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT AS WELL AS BAR MEALS AND PATIO AND RIVERSIDE DINING SERVING DELICIOUS HOME COOKED FOOD USING LOCAL PRODUCE. IF YOU REQUIRE AN EVENING MEAL IT IS ADVISABLE TO BOOK A TABLE ESPECIALLY AT WEEKENDS. DOGS ARE WELCOME IN ALL ROOMS WITH THE EXCEPTION OF FOUR POSTER ROOMS

Meals
Free Breakfast
Dinner
Lunch

Child Facilities
Highchairs
Children's menu

Pet Policy
Dogs

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Gwydir Castle - 0.5 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Gwydir Uchaf Chapel - 0.8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

St Michael's Church, Betws-y-Coed - 3.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Swallow Falls Waterfall - 3.3 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Betws-y-Coed, St Mary's Church - 3.4 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Bryn-y-Gefeiliau Roman Fort - 4.3 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Capel Garmon Burial Chamber - 4.8 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Conwy Falls - 5.2 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Caerhun Roman Fort (Canovium) - 5.5 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Ty Mawr Wybrnant - 6.2 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

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