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Chatsworth House Hotel
Gloddaeth Crescent
Llandudno
North Wales

LL30 2XS | View map

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Chatsworth House is a holiday hotel offering excellent service and cuisine, but in an informal and relaxed atmosphere, where you always come first. No wonder so many of our guests return year after year.

All of our 144 tastefully furnished bedrooms have en suite bathrooms and offer a full array of comforts, including remote control televisions, direct-dial telephones, radio, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers and baby listening service. There is a large lift to all bedrooms floors, suitable for the less able, and many rooms have splendid views of the bay.

Besides our popular restaurants, where special dietary requirements are catered for as a matter of course, you can relax in the sea-facing lounge. Our large bar and ballroom offer live entertainment on most evenings, with music, comedy and dancing to involve everyone. For your more invigorated moments, enjoy a jacuzzi, or have a swim in the indoor heated pool. There is even a kiddies pool so that toddlers can safely join in the fun.

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No Smoking Rooms
Building of Historic Interest
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