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The Bee Hotel

2 Self rated

44 Market Street, ,, Abergele, LL22 7AA

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About the hotel

Abergele is a small coastal town on the North Wales coast. Once a Roman trading port, it is now best known for its miles of beautiful white sands. "Aber" means estuary and "Gele" is the name of the river which runs through the town, hence its name.

Abergele has several sites of historical interest, including two Iron Age hill forts at Castell Cawr. Abergele makes a great base from which to explore the North Wales coast, providing all the charm of a small community. Many of the 10,000 residents are proud of their Welsh ancestry and still speak the Welsh language. A famous market town,weekly agricultural markets were held until the end of the 20th century. The Bee makes an ideal base for exploring the picturesque scenery of North Wales. We are conveniently located 1 mile from the A55 EXPRESSWAY and less than 1 mile from Pensarn Railway Station The shopping towns of Rhyl,Prestatyn and Llandudno are close by. Several of Wales famous castles are found within 10 miles,Rhuddlan,Conwy and Gwrych to name a few.

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Showing Sunday 25 September 2016 to Monday 26 September 2016

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Wedding Licence , Childrens Facilities - Indoor
Car parking available onsite
Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

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From 12:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
Pets are not allowed

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All reviews (4)

25% would recommend it to a friend


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  • Hayley W

  • August 2016

I only wish I could warn you where they are moving to next!!!

First of all I want to make it clear that this review is dated 26.8.16 and I was informed that in three weeks time the owners are moving on to a premises in Mold.

If I find out the name of the premises I will come back and add it it to this review. So the ale was off, the room was dirty; sick, stains, mould, bathroom scum, old food on floor. Basic dirtiness. My bedroom was room seven and I chose the bed next to the window now I'm not going to pretend I care for a room with a view, u don't search them out I don't request them it would not change my room experience in the slightest if u could see a wall or a beach. However my window view was a pile of dead pigeons and friends of said dead pigeons after walking and feeding threw them would sit on the window bay 1 ft from my bed. There was food under my bed. Five lamps of which one worked. A light switch which was placed begin a delicately fragile out wardrobe turn in if u dare. The 'buzz bar' buzzed and banged till 2am, who for I have no idea as we only saw three locals in the premises during our stay. The owners were out to Manchester for the day. I don't know if this counted towards the 12pm booking I. Time running late or The ale being off. Now the room was £65 for the night which I agree with many who might think for that kinda price... But it ruined our whole weekend away. We both work full time and have four boys between 10 and 13. One night away is something we have not done for five years. So yeah £65 is a lot of money. A night away is a 'holiday' and not just as payin customers but as human beings you do not want dead pigeons, mouldy walls or bathroom scum to come into any situation of your life. I would be ashamed to call own such a property I would be ashamed to employ the stay who grunt for conversation I would be ashamed as a business to except any money for said business and I would be ashamed as hell o call my self the cleaner in this accommodation. Now like I said in three weeks this may be a complete turn around and I do not want my review to have any affect on the bee hotel after this time. But as a warning to ring ahead, ask for recent photos and use room 7 as a base Line if that room has stained carpets a dirty bathroom hanging off wall paper and pigeon feathers floating threw the window do not stay there. Also if you could ask the owners of this hotel on 27.8.16 then enquiry to any and all accommodations in Mold because if they are there it's safe to say you do not want to join them.

  • Peter S

  • July 2016

Short Break

Nice friendly people.

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