Beach House

Guest house in Llandudno, Gwynedd

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82 Church Walks
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Beach House, Llandudno

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Beach House Llandudno Guest Accommodation close to Llandudno’s famous Victorian Pier. Open all year, Private car park, Rooms with sea view available, Guests’ lounge, All rooms centrally heated, All rooms en-suite, Own keys with room access 24 Hrs.

Be it the draw of Llandudno's many attractions or the stunning scenery of North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park, the welcome will always be warm at the Beach Housel, our private family run Llandudno bed and breakfast by the sea. Nestled at the foot of Llandudno's Great Orme and just a pebble’s throw from the beach and sweeping Victorian promenade, the Beach House is the perfect haven from which to explore or simply relax and unwind. Should you decide to book your holiday with us, you can be certain we will do all we can to ensure that your stay is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible and hopefully you may wish to return in the future.

Open all year, Private car park, Rooms with sea view available, Guests’ lounge, All rooms centrally heated, All rooms en-suite, Own keys with room access 24 Hrs, The Beach House Guest Accommodation, (B&B, Llandudno) is ideally situated near the promenade opposite the pier and within walking distance of the shops, Happy Valley Garden, the Dry Ski Slope, Haulfre Gardens and the Tram and Cable Car to the Great Orme summit. For the more energetic the area has a wealth of activities and facilities available, including: rambling, fishing, ten-pin bowling, artificial skiing and many golf courses.

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