St Hilary Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

16 Craig-y-don Parade, The Promenade
LL30 1BG

St Hilary Guest House, Llandudno

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The St Hilary is an elegant 4 star Victorian guest house situated on the promenade with magnificent views of Llandudno's sweeping bay and Great and Little Orme headlands. We offer a very warm welcome, recently refurbished modern and comfortable bedrooms, a fantastic breakfast served in lovely breakfast room overlooking the sea and a cosy guest lounge. We are featured in the AA's "Best Bed & Breakfast Guide 2008".

You are offered a very warm welcome to the St Hilary, an elegant 4 star Victorian sea-front guest house, featured in the AA's "Britains Best Bed & Breakfast Guide 2008". You will experience beautifully decorated, spotlessly clean ensuite bedrooms, comfortable beds with crisp white linen, remote control colour TV with freeview, radio/alarm clock, hairdryer, MINERAL SPA toiletries, binoculars/telescope in all sea-view rooms, well stocked hot drinks tray including FAIRTRADE products and other little extras to make your stay memorable. You will also enjoy our ?Hearty Welsh Grill? or lighter alternative breakfast in the lovely breakfast room overlooking the sea.

You are provided with FREE Wireless Broadband access and the use of a relaxing and cosy guest lounge. Once you have stayed here, we are confident you will want to return. Our location boasts the best of both worlds, as we are only a 15 minute walk from the town centre and the new Parc Llandudno shopping centre, and yet it is quieter and much easier to park than in the centre of the town.

There is unrestricted on-street parking for our visitors. Venue Cymru (North Wales Theatre and Conference Centre) is only a level 5 minute walk from the St Hilary. We are ideally situated to offer quality accommodation to both business delegates and leisure visitors alike.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Llandudno Museum and Art Gallery - 1 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Happy Valley - 1 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Bodysgallen Hall - 1.6 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Great Orme Copper Mines - 1.7 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Deganwy Castle - 1.9 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Conwy Town Walls - 2.8 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Teapot World (Teapot Museum) - 2.9 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Aberconwy House - 2.9 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Conwy, St Mary's and All Saints Church - 2.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Plas Mawr - 2.9 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

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This king of Wessex followed his father, Alfred the Great, to the throne

18 March, 978

Murder of King Edward

The young King Edward, who had only been on the throne for 3 years, was murdered at Corfe Castle, Dorset, probably with the connivance of his step-mother. Edward, later canonized, was succeeded by his half-brother Ethelred, known to history by the unfortunate soubriquet, Ethelred the Unready

The protoypical 'wicked uncle', this king was popularly blamed for murdering Edward V

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