Whitefriars Hotel

Guest house in Llandudno, Gwynedd

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

10 Abbey Road
Llandudno
Gwynedd
Wales
LL30 2EA

Whitefriars Hotel, Llandudno

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Accommodation Description:

The Owners offer you a warm welcome to their late Victorian guest accommodation. Hoping you will return again and again. Whitefriars was built around 1895 and still has many originak features including a beautiful mahongony and pine staircase with stained glass windows.

We are a VisitWales 3 Star Rated Guest Accommodation.

The Owners offer you a warm welcome to their late Victorian guest accommodation and hope you will return again and again. Whitefriars was built around 1895 and still has many original features including a beautiful mahogony and pine staircase and stained glass windows. In Whitefriars you will find each bedroom/shower room decorated and furnished to a high standard.

Lavish soft furnishings finish off the individually designed rooms. All bedrooms have en-suites with either baths or showers. All rooms have Freeview (many with large flat screen TVs) and WiFi.

Whitefriars is situated minutes away from the well known attractions The Tram, Great Orme, Pier, Promenade and the new theatre Venue Cymra. It is close to the main railway and buses, minutes away from the centre of Llandudno.

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