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Manor Hotel
1 Craig-y-don Parade
Llandudno
North Wales

LL30 1BG | View map

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The Manor Hotel is an 18 bedroom seafront Hotel in the Heart of Llandudno Bay. We offer free WiFi, sky sports in the bar and all rooms enjoy sea views.

all double, twin & family rooms have sea views
breakfast with a sea view
free wireless internet access
long stay & group discounts available
ideal for Snowdonia and North Wales

The Manor Hotel offers 18 rooms - with a choice of king size, double, family and single rooms. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, TV, and en-suite bathrooms. All king size double, double and twin rooms enjoy sea views. View more details of the rooms in this hotel in Llandudno. This is one of the best located hotels in Llandudno for the Venue Cymru Conference Centre.

Breakfast is served overlooking the sea and Llandudno Bay, while a comfortable resident's bar is the perfect spot for a drink and a chat at the end of a day spent exploring North Wales, or after a business meeting.

If you are looking for seafront bed and breakfast accommodation in Llandudno then look no further. Guests can enjoy lovely walks along the Victorian promenade in both directions, and Llandudno's many attractions and nightlife lie within easy walking distance. There is a fully licenced bar in the hotel with views of Llandudno sea front, which is open all day and night for guests and non-residents.

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