Promenád Bed & Breakfast

Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Llandudno

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Promenád Bed & Breakfast

Accommodation

Review

“When I used to read fairy-tales, I fancied that kind of thing never happened, and now here I am in the middle of one.” L. Carroll.

There’s certainly something of the fairytale about Llandudno, with sprinkles of magic around every corner. Superbly situated right at the heart of Llandudno's perfect promenade, overlooking the stunning, blue sea: Grade II Listed Building: Promenad B&B, stands tall and resplendent like a sugar crafted wedding cake. The design of this lovely, warm and welcoming property, combines the building’s unique characteristics with modern comfort and personal touches. With glorious views of Llandudno Promenade; and all of its beautifully preserved Victorian charm, the en-suite bedrooms offer elegance and comfort, with a simple, but stylish design. Panoramic views of the Great and Little Ormes as you breakfast, provide a dreamy start to your day.



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Contact Us

9 Mostyn Crescent ,
Llandudno, Conwy , LL30 1AR

01492-870998

www.promenad.co.uk

[email protected]

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Location

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Promenâd Bed and Breakfast, Mostyn Crescent, Llandudno, UK

Nearby Attractions

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Statement Home & Gifts

In 1861 a little girl called Alice went on holiday with her family to the ‘Queen of resorts’, Llandudno in North Wales. It was of course Alice Liddell who inspired Lewis Carroll to write his masterpiece

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Llandudno Monkey Man

One of Llandudno’s most recognisable residents is marrying his “soulmate”, and wants the whole town and his fans from across the world to join in the celebrations.

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Wales National Trust Wales

Only one attraction in Wales covers one fifth of the coastline, 11 of the 15 tallest peaks, 45,000 hectares of stunning landscape and includes castles, gardens

Nearby Eating Out

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The Albert

The Albert is a popular, family run pub and restaurant based in the heart of Llandudno, in fabulous North Wales! The Albert prides itself on its wide variety and choice of real ales, and its CAMRA

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Tapps Micropub

TAPPS is a micropub in Llandudno, North Wales, serving real local ales, craft beers and ciders from numerous fantastic microbreweries.

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The Ham Bone Food Hall & Brasserie

Henry Ainsworth moved to Llandudno from Liverpool before WWII. Henry sold newspapers on the corner of Mostyn Street, yards from the Ham Bone food hall. A picture of Henry hangs in the Ham