The Gladstone

Eating Out, Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Dwygyfylchi, Conwy,

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The Gladstone

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The Gladstone is based on the beautiful North Wales coast and brings you a great place to eat, drink and stay. With great food and views, it goes beyond your normal b&b what's more it is just off junction 16 of the the A55 North Wales trunk road. It is an ideal location to stop over when travelling to Ireland via the Stenna Line ferries at Holyhead.

Our restaurant brings you top quality, great tasting food for all of the family. It is a great location for Sunday Lunch, a special meal for two or a business lunch and dinner.

We have some beautiful boutique style rooms offering you luxurious accommodation that is far beyond your normal bed and breakfast. We offer B&B with that little extra to make your stay with us special.

Our pub has won a number of CAMRA awards and offers a traditional 'local' atmosphere but with a modern twist.

With coastal and sea views from the restaurant and bar - The Gladstone is the perfect base to visit North Wales on business or pleasure, a stay at The Gladstone, whether for a meal, a drink or a break will enhance your time in North Wales.

Together, the restaurant, accommodation and bar bring you a great place to eat, drink and stay. With fantastic views.

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Contact Us

Ysguborwen Road, ,
Dwygyfylchi, Conwy,, LL34 6PS


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