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Dine like Royalty

Dine like Royalty

There’s nothing more traditional than Afternoon Tea. We offer classic cream teas from £6pp, as well as traditional afternoon tea from £12.00pp. For those special occasions you can add a glass of champagne from £5pp.

Our limited edition afternoon tea’s are available, to commemorate the Royal Wedding in May.

Our afternoon tea includes a selection of cakes, scones and sandwiches and is perfectly accompanied by our range of teas. We serve our standard Afternoon Tea from 2:30-5pm everyday.

History of Afternoon Tea

Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford is widely understood to have been been the driving force behind afternoon tea in the 1840’s. She is said to have complained of “having that sinking feeling” during the late afternoon. It was common at that time for people to take only two main meals a day, breakfast in the morning, and dinner at around 8 o’clock in the evening. The Duchess’ solution was a pot a tea and a light snack, taken privately in her boudoir during the afternoon. This quickly became a treat with her friends and developed into a social event.

Our delicious Limited Edition Afternoon Tea’s are available 7 days a week, between 12pm and 6pm.

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Winners at The Coaching Inn Group Awards 2018

Check out the gallery of images from the Coaching Inn Group Awards 2018, where awards such as General Manager of the Year, Hotel of the Year and Head Chef of the Year were awarded, as well as accolades for Trainee of the Year, Housekeeper of the Year and many more.

The glitzy award ceremony was held at The Three Swans Hotel in Market Harborough and attended by over 120 team members from the group. 

You can view the full gallery of winners here.

Enjoy a Spring Stay

Enjoy a Spring Stay

Dust off the winter cobwebs and enjoy a Spring Break with a night away at one of our beautiful Coaching Inns with bed and breakfast included. Your one-night break includes:

• Overnight accommodation in one of our comfortable Classic / Club Rooms
• A full English/Welsh Breakfast the following morning
• Wonderful service from our dedicated team

Terms & Conditions Apply. See offers page for full details.

About Us


Hotel & Travel Information

Hotel & Travel Information

The Castle Hotel

High Street,
North Wales,
LL32 8DB
Telephone : 01492 582 800

The Castle Hotel, is an old coaching inn in Wales, standing on the site of a Cistercian abbey within the UNESCO World Heritage walled town of Conwy.

This popular Hotel in Wales offers individually designed accommodation. The hotel has 27 bedrooms to the AA and Visit Wales’ exacting 4 Star Town House standards with a ’boutiquey’ feel. A recent addition is the very popular ‘Healing Hands’ treatment room.

The Castle Hotel Conwy is famous for its food and personal service. Our food is sourced from the finest of Welsh products and the order of the day is good food served well on hot plates! It makes your stay in Wales more relaxed and enjoyable. Start your day with breakfast served in the restaurant or the bar and finish your evening in a great “locals” atmosphere with a choice of hand-pulled beers and a comprehensive wine list with over a dozen available by the glass.

Bedrooms - 27
Dogs allowed
Disabled toilets available
Free Wi-Fi
Families Welcome
Food Served all day
Less than 2 minutes from Conwy Castle & Harbour



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A quick summary to whet your appetite

The most visible historical features of The Castle Hotel, High Street, Conwy, are its striking façade and its extensive collection of Victorian artwork. But guests will also be intrigued by the hotel’s associations with the three adjacent bridges over the River Conwy. Thomas Telford’s splendid suspension bridge was opened in 1826, just a year after The Castle Hotel had been doubled in size in anticipation of an increase in coaches travelling from Chester to Holyhead.

The second bridge – a revolutionary tubular construction – was built in 1848 and brought the railway to the town. As with Telford’s bridge, a celebratory dinner to mark its completion was held at The Castle Hotel, where on this occasion the guests of honour were the bridge designer and famed railway engineer Robert Stephenson together with his even-more-famous father, George Stephenson, the so-called ‘Father of the Railways’. In 1955, the Minister for Transport and Civil Aviation, John Boyd Carpenter, was guest of honour for a lunch at The Castle Hotel to celebrate work starting on the third bridge – a new road crossing.
The Castle Hotel has attracted many distinguished visitors, none more so than in 1832 when hosts Samuel and Cordelia Owen were honoured to serve lunch to the heir presumptive to the throne, the 13-year-old Princess Victoria. Together with her mother, the glamorous Duchess of Kent, she was on a day-trip to the town as part of an extended summer visit to North Wales.

The letter D carved in stone high above the portico of The Castle Hotel commemorates the ownership of Miss Sarah Dutton, from the late 1860s until her death, aged 84, in 1920. In the 1890s she commissioned the famous Chester architect John Douglas to create a new façade for the building in the neo-Jacobean style we see today, and she also commissioned the artists Buckley Ousey and John Dawson Watson to produce the many works that still adorn the interior.

Awards & Reviews

Awards & Reviews


2017 - Winner of Best Employer at the Publican Awards
2017 - Winner of Best Accommodation offering at the Publican Awards

2016 - 2 AA Rosettes
2016 -
AA Awarded 4 Star Town House
- Visit Wales - Gold Award
- Highly commended' at The Publican Awards for Pub Company of the Year
2016 - Ranked #9 in Grant Thornton Top 200 Fastest Growing Companies in the East Midlands
2016 - Trip Advisor - Certificate of Excellence

2015 - Eat Out Awards - Pub Company of the Year - Coaching Inn Group
2015 - London Stock Exchange - 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain
2015 - TripAdvisor - Certificate of Excellence