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B and Bs in Llandudno

Stella Guest House
64 Church Walks
North Wales

LL30 2HG | View map

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We are a family run business and pride ourselves on giving everyone of our guests, the time and personal attention they deserve while they are here. We have a choice of bedrooms consisting of two Twin, six Doubles, two of which are four posters and one family room which can take two adults and two children ( PLEASE NOTE! WE DO NOT TAKE CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 8 YEARS OLD). Our superior furnishings and decor, compliment this fine Victorian house which was originally owned by Lady Isabella Mostyn, hence the name of the house "Stella". The Mostyn family is synonymous with Llandudno and if you wish to learn more about this famous family, there is a link to their site in the Links page. Optional evening meals are available. We are only two minutes walk from the seafront and town centre, and we are located next to the Great Orme Tramway. Llandudno offers plenty of day activities for the family, and plenty of cafe bars, restaurants and pubs for the more nocturnal. Whatever your reason, and length of stay, we are sure you will thoroughly enjoy your time here. PLEASE NOTE THAT CHECK IN TIME IS ANYTIME AFTER 2PM AND BEFORE 8PM UNLESS PRE-ARRANGED WITH OURSELVES.

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