Want to discover a historic bed and breakfast Caernarfon has to offer but don’t want to break the bank whilst doing so? Then the Black Boy Inn is the perfect place to check out in the heart of North Wales, no matter the weather.
For over 50 years, the guys at the Black Boy have been offering a class that most chain establishments lack: a personal touch. All visitors are treated the same as the next and that’s as a valued and treasured customer. Management is always on hand to help and you’re never too far from a friendly conversation.
You know a business is proud of their heritage when their website is also available in Welsh and that’s something that’s obvious as soon as you walk through the door. You’re sure of a warm welcome, however, whatever your background. Nothing could be quite as inviting as a tall glass of beer and a roaring fire to enjoy it by.
If you’ve had one too many of those lovely local beers, you could always take up a room for the night and what a luxury at that. The beds are some of the comfiest around and the rooms themselves have all the home comforts you’d expect from a modern B&B. Whether you’re staying on your own or are with friends, you’ll seldom find a more relaxed night of sleep elsewhere. With prices starting from as little as £47, you can’t really go wrong.
Why not grab a bite at the amazing restaurant during your stay? The emphasis is on local fresh food so you can be assured of its quality once its served to you. If tucking into some delicious local meat cooked to perfection by the acclaimed head chef sounds like something you’d enjoy, you’re going to be in for a treat.
The Black Boy Inn is also suitably situated for explorers from far and wide who want to discover our beautiful North Wales. Caernarfon’s beauty has to be seen to be believed and you’re no more than a short drive away from the famous Isle of Anglesey. The Snowdonia National Park is also just a short drive away from you; you’re almost spoiled for choice!
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