Inns in Caernarfon
The Black Boy Inn Caernarfon, listed building circa 1522, is situated within the historic town walls of the Royal borough of Caernarfon. A market town with an open air market every Saturday (Mondays also in Summer) and is a world heritage site with both Roman and Edwardian history. The Inn is within easy walking distance to the town centre, and the famous 13th Century Castle.
An old Inn dating back to 1522, some of its load bearing walls measure on average 1.2 to 1.5 metres thick ( four to five feet thick) and with its wooden panelling, low ceilings, and thick wooden support beams it generates a cosy 'Olde Worlde' atmosphere. Caernarfon is the most Welsh speaking town in all of Wales and you will receive a warm welcome in both languages. The town is ideally suited to explore the beauty of North Wales and is only seven miles from Snowdon the highest mountain in England and Wales.