The Black Boy Inn offers outstanding accommodation and dining in Caernarfon, North Wales. Built in 1522 the hotel has lots of charm with roaring open fires, oak beams and plenty of Welsh character. We strive to provide a personal service from the moment you arrive our staff are always on hand.
At the Black Boy Inn, each of our en-suite bedrooms has its own style. Choose from single, double, four poster and executive rooms each offering a unique ambience, quality bedding and natural luxury toiletries.
Included is satellite television, radio, direct dial telephone, tea & coffee making facilities, quality bedding, hair dryer, high speed Wi-Fi and natural luxury toiletries.
For families we can offer cots, high chairs, baby changing facilities and there is a public playground nearby.
When you stay with us you'll be served a hearty full Welsh breakfast, cooked to order. We'll be happy to cater for any special dietary requests or lighter options if you prefer.
The Black Boy Inn is a favourite with the locals for dining. Choose between our delicious a la carte restaurant menu or our chalkboard of seasonal specials. We pride ourselves on serving freshly prepared dishes using quality ingredients with a commitment to using locally sourced organic Welsh Produce.
At the Black Boy Inn join us in our welcoming bar area complete with low ceilings, heavy oak beams and roaring fire. We pride ourselves on our traditional real ales having been recognised in 2008 and 2009 by being presented with prestigious award of Cask Marque for the quality of our ales. Relax and enjoy sampling locally brewed Welsh ales, continental lagers and wines. We also feature in CAMRA's 2010 edition of its annual Good Beer Guide.
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The Black Boy Inn is within walking distance of the infamous Caernarfon's 13th Century Castle as well as an array of local attractions. Nearby is the starting point of the Welsh Highland Railway, here take a journey through magnificent scenery of the Snowdonia National Park.
From London allow 5 hours for your journey. Exit the M6(J20) onto M56. Follow signs for North Wales / Queensferry onto A55. Exit A55(J9) onto the A487, following signs for Caernarfon. The Black Boy Inn is located within the medieval town walls between Caernarfon’s Castle and Victoria Dock.