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Welcome to Royal Victoria Hotel Snowdonia

Address: Llanberis, Snowdonia, LL55 4TY

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At the foot of Mount Snowdon, the Royal Victoria Hotel is cradled between Lakes Llyn Padarn and Llyn Peries. Bedrooms have baths and showers and satellite TVs. The Snowdon Mountain Railway is within 100 metres and provides a breathtaking journey up the mountain to the summit. Rock climbing, hiking and canoeing are all available in the local area. Comfortable rooms feature home comforts including hair dryers, telephones and tea/coffee making facilities. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas of the hotel and free parking is also available. At The Royal Victoria Hotel, the Padarn and Victoria restaurants serve traditional cuisine, and a continental breakfast comes included. The well stocked Snowdon and Victoria Bars offer a relaxing environment after a hard days hiking. The Royal Victoria is set in 30 acres of grounds which contain the the 13th-century Dolbadarn Castle. Bangor Train Station is 12 miles away and Tyddyn Mawr Golf Course is just 5 miles away.

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Caernarfon Town Football Club - Football Club

Caernarfon Town Football Club - Football Club

Distance 6.12 miles (9.8 km)
The clubs nickname "The Canaries" dates back to the yellow and green colours worn in Victorian times. In 1876, an athletics club was formed in Caernarfon to take part in football and cricket, although as early as 1787 Old Karnarvon reported that "the Sunday amusements of the people were football, cockfighting and other similar games". The Carnarvon Athletic Club, as it was known, played the first match on 18th November 1876 against the North Wales Training College the formation was an adventurous 1-2-8 and surprisingly finished a draw. Carnarvon Athletics second match was against Bangor, Athletic lost 1-0 and buoyed by this success the Bangor club were officially formed two days later.