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Bedknobs Guest House
19 Carmen Sylva Rd
Craig-y-Don

Llandudno
North Wales

LL30 1EQ | View map

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Bedknobs is a small select Guest House in the Craig-y-Don area of Llandudno and just a short walk from the promenade, North Wales Theatre,Conference Centre and Llandudno's shopping parkBedknobs, being very accessable to the main routes of the A55 and the A470 makes it an ideal base for exploring the beauty and history of North Wales.Formerly an elegant Victorian residence, Bedknobs has been refurbished sympathetically to maintain it's period charm. Genuine antique king-size brass beds and many original Victorian features, including beautiful stained glass windows, create an atmosphere of warmth, comfort and tranquility. We provide good home cooking using fresh ingredients, giving generous portions and a good choice of menus.Enjoy a full cooked breakfast with us, with a selection of our own home-made preserves.You may also enjoy a four course home-cooked Evening Dinner at Bedknobs if desired. We will happily consider special diets and offer vegetarian alternatives Comfort , cleanliness and value for money are assured.

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