Craiglands Guest House

A Hotel in Llandudno, Gwynedd

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

7 Carmen Sylva Road
LL30 1LZ

Craiglands Guest House, Llandudno

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Minutes from the mountains;Seconds from the seaNON SMOKINGYou can expect a warm friendly welcome when you stay with Gwynneth and Philip in this lovely detached Victorian Guest House. Enjoy a good freshly cooked breakfast in our pleasant dining room. All our rooms are clean and comfortable with en suite facilities.

We are just seconds from the sea front, with lots of free street parking. We are ideally placed for the excellent Theatre and Conference Centre which is only a leisurely stroll away. Our Guest house is in a nice quiet area away and yet so convient for all the many amenities Llandudno has to offer.

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From: £63.00

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