The Oakeley Arms Hotel and Self Catering Cottages
in the Heart of Snowdonia



The Oakeley Arms  has a traditional style bar to reflect the building’s heritage. You’ll find cosy chairs, comfy sofas and real fires, so all you have to do is relax.


Breakfast Menu
Lunch & Evening Menu

We’re very proud of our local area and believe that some of Wales’ best food produce can be sourced here. Our lush hills, wide pastures and dramatic coastlines provide the perfect environment for producing some of the finest Welsh food.

oakeley3Rich and tender Salt Marsh Lamb, famous Anglesey Sea Salt, creamy Cadwaladers Ice Cream, luxurious Cathryn Cariad chocolates and the devilishly strong Black-Bomber Cheddar are all fine examples of the local foodie culture.

This pride is reflected in our menu as we always strive to offer traditional Welsh cuisine made with local and seasonal produce where possible. The bar menu offers a delicious range of home-cooked meals and specials, with vegetarian options and children’s meals.

For a sample menu click here
Please note that our menus and special boards change regularly.

Oakeley Arms Hotel Wales 1The Oakeley Arms is a free house and our fully stocked bar is home to a variety of Welsh ales, bitters and ciders. Come and try our very own, delicious Oakeley Dokeley Beer, specially produced for us by a local brewery.
We also stock ales from renowned Welsh breweries such as Purple Moose, Great Orme, Brains and Tomos Watkin, as well as Welsh whiskeys, wines and liqueurs.

Breakfast is available for non-residents from 7:00 – 10:00am.

We also serve tea, coffee, cakes and treats throughout the day.

Sunday Lunch

The Oakeley Arms Carvery is served from 12:00 to 3:00 pm every Sunday.


Opening Times

Bar (Monday to Saturday) 12:00 to 11:00pm
Bar (Sunday) 12:00 to 10:30pm
Food (Monday to Thursday) 12:00 to 3:00pm and 6:00 to 9:00pm
Food (Friday to Sunday) 12:00 to 9:00pm

Bookings are advisable during busy periods. Call or e-mail to book.

Telephone: 01766 590 277

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