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This elegant 5 storey Victorian building standing just meters away from the sea has been carefully modernised and retains many original features including sash windows, coving and corbels.
The accommodation consists of 12 en-suite double, twin or family rooms, furnished with all the extras to make your stay very comfortable and enjoyable.
The breakfast room is situated on the ground floor, and benefits from panoramic views of the Great and Little Ormes through the bay fronted window.
The lounge, also on the ground floor, has digital HD television, Blueray player with a good selection of films and books. Promenâd also has very fast free Wi-Fi access available throughout the building.
Llandudno is a seaside resort and town on the North Wales coast between Conwy and Colwyn Bay. Llandudno was specifically built as a mid-Victorian era holiday destination.
Llandudno, the Queen of Welsh resorts, is now the largest seaside resort in Wales, and lies on a flat land between the Welsh mainland and the Great Orme peninsula. Llandudno, which lies in Conwy County Borough, was formerly in the district of Aberconwy within Gwynedd, and prior to 1974 was in Caernarfonshire. Llandudno is well located for exploring the regions attractions including Snowdonia (Welsh “Eryri”) is a region of North Wales, and a national park.
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A55 - Road: From the A55 at the junction with A470/A547/B5381 follow signs for Llandudno (A470). Once on the A470, proceed straight ahead at mini-roundabouts - following signs for Llandudno. Approximately 2 miles along the A470, on the brow of a hill the 'Llandudno Welcome' sign can be seen on the left with Llandudno bay to the fore. The Promenâd is situated centrally on the North shore Parade
Oriel Mostyn Gallery
The Victoria Shopping Centre