Review“Oh sunset, your aura still lingers, a charming shade across the sky...” A. K. Burke.
With wonderful sunsets throughout the year, The Gladstone is situated on the Northern edge of Snowdonia Park, in the seaside resort of Penmaenmawr, making it a stunning place to visit, and spend some quality time together. The Gladstone offers a super special stay, with top quality food and drink for all the family, and makes a great location for a leisurely Sunday Lunch. Rooms are well appointed and superbly decorated, with individual themes and characters, such as Spanish oak furniture, and Italian tiled en-suite with both bath and shower facilities. Award Winning, this luscious pub offers a traditional, friendly atmosphere, with views out across the sea, and rolling mountains in the background, it’s picture perfect.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
The Gladstone Coastal Dining Inn with Rooms, is a delightful home-away-from-home, with a warm greeting, a friendly helpful team, and highly attractive sea views from the restaurant and bar. Settled on the Northern edge of Snowdonia National Park, The Gladstone delivers a hearty selection of pub favourites, using locally sourced, freshly cooked food, serving everything from sizzling steaks, succulent burgers to lite bites and delish desserts. If you are fortunate enough to be staying a night or two: you may want to start your day off well with a delicious Fully Cooked breakfast. With plenty of seating options, the pub has a spacious lounge area, there’s also a bar and mezzanine seating within the restaurant, or out on the terrace beneath a silky sky.- Top 100 Review
Dwygyfylchi, Conwy , LL34 6PS
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