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B and Bs in Llandudno

Grafton Hotel
Promenade
Llandudno
North Wales

LL30 1BG | View map
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The Grafton is situated on the promenade in the popular Victorian town of Llandudno. It provides the ideal setting for a relaxed get away where you can take stroll along the promenade surrounded by stunning scenery. The Grafton is a grade 2 listed building and dates back to the 1860ís. It provides a high standard of cleanliness and customer care.

A family run business with many of our rooms having breath taking sea views overlooking the promenade, Great Orme, and views of Snowdonia peaks. Spacious dining room with sea views in which to enjoy an excellent variety of breakfast. It is conveniently placed within walking distance to the Venue Cymru conference center / Theatre, shopping, local attractions, bowling, sailing, fishing, and is an ideal base for golf, walking, cycling and exploring the area of North Wales coast of castles, Snowdonia park, Conwy valley, Betws-y-Coed, Anglesey, Portmeirion, and surrounding countryside.

Free car park and free unlimited street parking (no meters) .

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