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Doc Fictoria Caernarfon

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Doc Fictoria is set alongside the beautiful harbour of the Royal Town of Caernarfon, looking out over the scenic Menai Straits and the Isle of Anglesey, and within walking distance of the bustling town centre and all its amenities.
Along with the Celtica Retail Centre, you'll find a 49 bedroom Premier Inn and Yr Harbwr Pub & Table Table restaurant.
A Cantonese Restaurant is due to open October 2008, and further new and exciting restaurants, retail outlets, plus a 59 bedroom Travelodge are being developed during this year.
There's everything you need for a full day out!

Celtica Retail Centre

All over Wales you can find gems of Celtic creative activity — in textiles, crafts, art, food and so much more. For the first time the best of Wales' products are brought together in this specially designed 14,000sq ft store.
The best food and drink, textiles and clothing, ceramics and pottery, traditional crafts, jewellery, glass products, furniture, quality giftware, music and books from Wales and other Celtic regions have been sourced and brought to Caernarfon to create a unique shopping experience.
Every item is hand picked to represent the best of Welsh and Celtic design, product, workmanship and creativity. The Celtic theme will embrace products not only from Wales, but also from Ireland, Scotland, the Isle of Man, Cornwall, Brittany and the Basque Country, but with the major emphasis on Wales.
The food hall, including a cafe promoting and selling mainly local produce, will provide a stage for Welsh food, and will host practical and entertaining demonstrations.

Open daily - Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 9.30am - 6.00pm Thursday 9.30am - 7.00pm / Saturday 9.00am - 6.00pm / Sunday 11 am - 5pm

Premier Inn

The 49 bedroom Premier Inn is the perfect place to spend the night with all guests offered the unique Good Night Guarantee. Under the Guarantee, Premier Inn promises guests a good night's sleep in quality rooms with comfortable surroundings and a friendly service.

Yr Harbwr Pub & Table Table Restaurant Open daily.

Yr Harbwr brings a contemporary dining and drinking experience to Caernarfon. The new menu offers an extensive selection of delicious food, inspired by dishes from all over the world and created by expert chefs. With nibbles, classic pub favourites and dishes guaranteed to excite the taste buds, it has been designed to offer a range of flavours for every palate.

Yr Harbwr is a wonderful environment which provides the perfect place to meet with friends and family, where you can relax and unwind with a bottle of wine or a delicious Baileys Latte.
Doc Fictoria facilities include:

  • Celtic shopping experience

  • Restaurants & cafes

  • Leisure facilities

  • Hotel & pub style restaurant

  • Enchanting Harbour side location

  • Regular bus service to and from Caernarfon's main station

  • Within walking distance to the town centre

  • Accessible coach parking

  • Excellent road network

  • Accessible car parking adjacent

  • Within easy reach of;
    Anglesey (10 miles), Betws-y-Coed (27 miles), Porthmadog (19 miles), Snowdonia (8 miles) and Chester (69 miles)

General Information

Victoria Dock was built in the 1870's for the ships which transported the famous Welsh Slate, mined in nearby Snowdonia. As the slate industry declined, the dock was used less and less, but in more recent years has been successfully redeveloped as a popular yachting marina and the location for the award winning Y Galeri Arts Centre. So its location makes it particularly attractive — fronting directly onto the Menai Strait and within easy walking distance for the town centre with its shops, bars and attractions - including the infamous Caernarfon Castle, Segontium Roman Fort and Welsh Highland Railway.

Caernarfon and its surrounds

Caernarfon is a busy market town, a popular tourist centre, the county town for Gwynedd and a major local commercial and administrative centre It has also been designated a World Heritage Site.
Most prominent in its skyline is Caernarfon Castle — possibly the most famous castle in Wales. In 1969, the castle gained worldwide recognition as the setting for the Investiture of the Prince of Wales.
Caernarfon is also a well placed hub for visiting the whole of North Wales, including the Isle of Anglesey, Snowdonia and the popular North Wales coastal resorts.

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