Caerlyr Hall, Hotel History Conwy, Penmaenmawr - Hotel in Penmaenmawr - Guesthouse in Penmaenmawr



History of Caerlyr Hall Hotel

Caerlyr Hall Hotel History

Caerlyr Hall was built in about 1896 by a Mr. James Allanson Picton who was the M.P. for Leicester (hence the name Caerlyr, which means City of Leicester in Welsh) and the wooded area behind the hotel is known as Picton Woods. Gladstone was reputed to have been a friend of Picton and visited the area frequently.

Approached by a short tree lined drive, the hall offers complete seclusion with spectacular views overlooking the sea, mountains and Penmaenmawr golf course.

Caerlyr Hall retains it's old Victorian charm, nestling in 2 acres of natural grounds, where one is assured of tranquility and scenic beauty, which we boast is the best in North Wales.


    All rates are quoted per person per night and include Bed, Full English Breakfast and are inclusive of VAT.

    Bed & Breakfast Stay

  1. Standard Room - £38 (per night) - £34 (each additional night)

  2. Standard Room - £34 (2 or more nights)

  3. Deluxe Room - £43 (per night) - £39 (each additional night)

  4. Deluxe Room - £39 (2 or more nights) Deluxe rooms have sea and mountain views

  5. Weekly Term

  6. Half Board, standard room - £350 (per week)

  7. Half Board, Deluxe room - £385 (per week)

  8. Bed and breakfast, standard room - £224 (per week)

  9. Bed and breakfast, Deluxe room - £259 (per week)

  10. We offer two day breaks based on two people sharing a room with a bed, breakfast and evening meal for £106-116 per person with any additional nights at the same rate.