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The Cliffbury Guest House

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The Cliffbury Guest House

Gold Star Award winning 4 star guest house is situated in one of the most beautiful & peaceful tree lined roads in Llandudno and is yet only a short level walk to the promenade, theatre, train station, shops and restaurants on offer in this lovely Victorian town. The 4 Star Llandudno Bed & Breakfast accommodation in the heart of The Queen of the Welsh resorts offers a choice of 1st and 2nd floor rooms, all en-suite and all decorated and furnished with comfort and style in mind - some with fantastic views of the Great Orme and Conwy Mountains.

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34 St David's Road E: ,
Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2UH T

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