The Chelsea

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Chelsea 67 Church Walks
Llandudno
Gwynedd
Wales
LL302HG

The Chelsea, Llandudno

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The Chelsea Llandudno is a family-run establishment with 8 en-suite bedrooms offering Bed & Breakfast accommodation. We welcome you to our friendly peaceful detached home with its varied history as a once Masonic Lodge and the first Gentleman s residence to be built in Llandudno. The property is ideally located close to the shopping centre restaurants and pubs of Llandudno.

The closest rail station is approximately a mile away. We offer double rooms for two guests maximum per room and regret we cannot accommodate children under 12. All rooms are en-suite and offer free wi-fi a flat screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities.

A small free car-park is available (subject to availability) with free on-street parking available locally too. Well-behaved dogs (and their well-behaved owners!) are welcome in some rooms providing this is mentioned at time of booking for a small fee payable on arrival. The Chelsea provides the ideal location for guests wishing to explore the pier and promenade.

A tram station is conveniently located 50 metres away from the property. Manchester and Liverpool airport are approximately one and a half hours drive away.

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