Ascot House

Guest Accommodation in Llandudno, Gwynedd

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

4 Carmen Sylva Road
Llandudno
Gwynedd
Wales
LL30 1LZ

Ascot House, Llandudno

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We are a friendly family run business and our aim to make you, as our guests, feel relaxed, comfortable and that little bit special during your stay with us. Ascot House has retained period splendour with modern comforts. Situated only 2 minutes walk from the splendid Victorian promenade in the quiet, tree lined roads and avenues of Craig-y-Don.

There is also the added bonus of free on-street parking normally being available to our frontage allowing you to forget the stresss of driving and truly relax without the worry of traffic wardens. You can sit at your individual table in our beautiful period dining lounge with its ambience of days gone by whilst enjoying your freshly cooked breakfast. All our rooms and en-suite are tastefully decorated to a very high standard with all modern comforts you would expect of four star guest accommodation including a full hospitality tray, LCD TV, clockradio alarm, hairdryer and some little extras to make you feel that little bit special! Ascot House has a tranquil atmosphere, and is the ideal place to relax and unwind whether you are on holiday or on business in North Wales, being only a short level walk from the town centre, seafront and conference centre.

We pride ourselves on providing genuine warmth, hospitality, good quality rooms, and high levels of service and great value. Terms are offered either bed and breakfast or half board, with a selection of homecooked menus using locally sourced home cooked produce.

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From: £65.00

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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

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