Grafton Hotel

Historic Guest house in Llandudno, Gwynedd

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

14 Craig-y-Don Parade
LL30 1BG

Grafton Hotel, Llandudno

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Accommodation Description:

The Grafton is a Grade II listed building and dates back to the 1860s. We are a small family run business situated on the promenade in the popular Victorian town of Llandudno. We have various types of rooms (doubles, twins and family and interconnecting family rooms).

All have en-suite facilities, many of which have breath taking sea views over looking the promenade and Great Orme. Towels and toiletries provided. Your stay will include a hearty full cooked breakfast served in our sea view breakfast room.

    You are welcome to phone us if you would like to ask us any questions about staying with us, we would like to make sure our guests are happy with what we offer. The Grafton is conveniently placed within walking distance to the Venue Cymru conference centre / Theatre, shopping, local attractions, bowling, sailing, fishing, and is an ideal base for golf, walking, cycling and exploring the area of North Wales coast of castles, Snowdonia park, Conwy valley, Betws-y-Coed, Anglesey, Portmeirion, and surrounding countryside.  

PLEASE NOTE: Check in times are between 12 mid-day and 8pm

  Breakfast orders are taken between 8am and 9am

 3 star rating

From: £60.00

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