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Welcome to Victoria House BandB

Address: 13 Church Street, Caernarfon, LL55 1SW

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Just 2 minutes’ walk from Caernarfon Castle, the elegant Victoria House dates back to the 1890s and offers bed and breakfast in the heart of the medieval town of Caernarfon, in North Wales. Its en suite rooms exhibit classic Victorian style and provide free Wi-Fi access. Each guest room includes a flat-screen TV with DVD player, fridge and tea and coffee facilities. The en suite bathrooms have a shower, with a luxury spa bath in the superior rooms, and all include bathrobes, slippers and complementary toiletries. A full cooked breakfast is served at Victoria House, with your choice of eggs, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, hash browns, baked beans, tomato and fried bread. A continental buffet choice includes croissants, pancakes, toast, muesli, yoghurt and cereals, along with fruit juice, tea and coffee. The guest house is within easy reach of the harbour and town, with many pubs and restaurants within 5-10 minutes’ walk. It is around 15 minutes’ drive to the Menai Bridge which crosses to the beautiful isle of Anglesey.

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Caernarfon Town Football Club - Football Club

Caernarfon Town Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.72 miles (1.16 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.