The Gladstone

Inn in Penmaenmawr, Gwynedd

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Ysguborwen Road, Dwygyfylchi
LL34 6PS

The Gladstone, Penmaenmawr

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The Gladstone is located just off junction 16 on the A55 North Wales trunk road, with easy access to Anglesey and the Irish ferry service. We are well placed to break your journey to and from Ireland and amongst the North Wales coastal resorts within the Snowdonia National Park. We have beautiful boutique style bedrooms offering you luxury designer accommodation that is far beyond your normal bed and breakfast.

We pride ourselves on our independent family ownership which enables us to offer B and B with that little extra to make your stay with us special. With great food and views, our restaurant brings you top quality, home cooked food, with all main products sourced from local suppliers, including Welsh meats from the Conwy Valley, fish from Mermaids of Llandudno, fruit and vegetables from The orchard of Llandudno. Our classic Victorian freehouse is an award winning member of CAMRA and we are proud to be in The Good Pub Guide.

We offer real ales with a selection from our local breweries and served in a local atmosphere but with a modern feel. The Gladstone is the perfect base to visit North Wales whether for pleasure or on business, a stay at The Gladstone, will enhance your experience of this beautiful coastal region of Wales.On Saturday evenings we have live entertainment with local artists and bands playing in the bar area.In every bedroom: :- Designer decor Solid oak furniture Full en-suites Flat-screen digital LCD TVs Digital radio Free WiFi Internet access Complimentary tea and coffee station Hair dryer

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