2025 Winter Warmer in Cosy Caernarfon - 4 days 

4 days from £ 379.00 *

Celtic Royal Winter Warmer 2025 - 4 Days

4 days Coach Holidays

Departing: February 2025
From£ 379  * Price shown: 14  February 2025
Caernarfon Castle
Photo courtesy of CADW

Celtic Royal Winter Warmer

North Wales

Drinks package included

What a wonderful weekend awaits you in a royal town with the impressive Caernarfon Castle recognised around the world as one of the greatest buildings of the Middle Ages.

Whilst in this part of Wales, Portmeirion is a must see! In addition to its architectural heritage, its stunning setting and sub-tropical gardens, Portmeirion has shops, cafes and restaurants and an authentic Italian style gelateria. 

With drinks vouchers included at the hotel each evening, come and enjoy this Winter Warmer Getaway in Cosy Caernarfon

What The Price Includes
  • Hotel for 3 nights with breakfast & dinner
  • Porterage
  • Entertainment in the hotel on one evening
  • Two drinks vouchers per person each night (selected drinks only)
  • Happy Hour each night 9pm - 10pm (half price on selected wine & beer)
  • Visit to Isle of Anglesey
  • Tour & Tasting at Halen Môn Pure Sea Salt
  • Optional Half day Snowdonia Scenic Drive


Day 1 - After joining your holiday coach, travel north with suitable stops for lunch and refreshments. Arrive at the Celtic Royal in the afternoon for your stay for the next 3 nights with dinner & breakfast included.

Days 2 - 3 At leisure in Caernarfon with one included excursion and one optional excursion. Enjoy entertainment on one evening in the hotel. There are two drinks vouchers per person included each evening (valid on selected draught beers, house wines and soft drinks). Happy Hour each night is half priced drinks (selected wine/beer) between 9pm - 10pm.

Caernarfon is a special place and was a favourite of Celtic Princes and Roman Emperors. The town was famously fortified by King Edward I and was represented by Lloyd-George, the fiery Welsh Prime Minister of Britain during the First World War. The town has a regal air and historic charm about it especially around Palace St, Castle Sq and Hole in the Wall St. Within the cobbled lanes of the old walled town are some fine Georgian buildings and an interesting waterfront. Explore the town and you'll discover that it truly is the Celtic Heart of Wales. You'll find a warm Welsh welcome in shops full of traditional products

Caernarfon Castle has undergone a large scale conservation project which includes a new accessible viewing platform via a glass lift and a new cafe. It is open daily 10.00 - 16.00 with entrance approx. £12.50 pp in 2024.  


Isle of Anglesey and Halen Môn Anglesey Pure Sea Salt

Take a tour around Anglesey, at 276 sq miles Wales' largest island and bigger than any in England. It is a stronghold of the Welsh language and culture and you'll see inspiring coastline, secluded beaches and picturesque towns and villages. The handsome Georgian town of Beaumaris is a highlight where you can  take a stroll along the seafront, taking in the pier and the views over the Menai Strait and Snowdonia before heading through the charming streets with their pastel coloured cottages. Beaumaris castle is a United Nations World Heritage site (entrance not included) and was constructed between 1295-1330 to form perfectly symmetrical concentric lines of fortification.

Go behind the scenes with a trained guide at innovative artisan food company Halen Môn - Anglesey 'Pure' Sea Salt, to get a true taste of the culinary Welsh 'gold' sea salt that began life in a saucepan on the family aga and is now enjoyed by chefs and celebrities alike in 22 countries around the world. The award-winning Saltcote and Visitor Centre is a unique building on the banks of the Menai Strait in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the tour takes approx. 45 minutes and finishes with a tutored tasting.


Half Day Snowdonia Scenic Drive 

Take a scenic drive through the Snowdonia National Park, via attractive Llanberis, home to the famous Snowdon Mountain Railway (not open in February) and onto attractive Betws-y-Coed, the Gateway to Snowdonia with a distinctly Alpine feel. The magical setting is enhanced by the dense Gwydyr Forest which surrounds the town. There is a diverse range of cafés, bistros, restaurants and pubs as well as independent shops retailing in crafts, clothing, gifts, and local homemade produce. 

Day 4 - After your memorable break, check out and head back to interchange and onward to your home towns.

Further Information

Coach seating arrangements

Your seats on the main coach will be allocated for you in advance, taking into consideration any special requests wherever possible. Your Tour Manager or driver will advise you where to sit as you board the coach. This will be your seat for the duration of the tour. (Seats are not allocated on any connecting services to and from the main coach.)

Joining your holiday

Your final travel documents, including the exact time and place of departure, will be sent to you approximately 7 days prior to departure, providing all payments have been made. We are unable to give exact departure times before this.

Meal arrangements

Where meals are not included, your Tour Manager will ensure there are suitable stops made for you to purchase and enjoy lunch and/or dinner each day.

Triple rooms

The majority of these consist of a double bed and an extra bed that is often only suitable for children. If this is a concern, you may wish to consider booking more than one room for your group.

Special requirements

If you have notified us of any special requirements, please check that they have been noted and acknowledged. This is especially important with any dietary needs you may have.

Disabled access

The majority of our tours involve a certain amount of walking, including a short walk from the coach stop to the town, attraction or venue you're visiting. If you are bringing a wheelchair, please let us know at the time of booking so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Foreign Office travel advice

Visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice to find out the latest Foreign And Commonwealth Office travel advice for your holiday destination, as well as information about passports and visas.

Single Room Supplement : From  £90.00

Hotel information

Celtic Royal Hotel, Caernarfon 
Celtic Royal Hotel, Caernarfon
Celtic Royal Hotel, Caernarfon 

Stay within walking distance of Caernarfon's walled town and castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site, between Snowdonia's mountains and the sea.

This grand old sandstone building, with its impressive entrance hall and wood-panelled corridors, was built by the Earl of Uxbridge in 1794, becoming a focus of local society in Georgian and Victorian times.

Spacious, contemporary rooms make the perfect, comfortable retreat following a day exploring the area, all with TV, & hospitality tray. The 3* Celtic Royal Hotel features an air- conditioned gym, 16m indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, bubble pool and steam room.

Departure Details

14 February  2025

£ 379.00

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