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Plas Rhos House
53 Cayley Promenade
Rhos On Sea
North Wales

LL28 4EP | View map

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Built in the late 19th Century as a Gentlemans Residence, Plas Rhos is situated on fashionable Cayley Promenade at Rhos-on-Sea, where it commands panoramic views over the bay, beach and coast. This beautiful home has been extensively and tastefully renovated to provide superb, high quality and well equipped Five Star Bed & Breakfast accommodation. Two cosy lounges are elegantly furnished and enjoy spectacular views of the sea. For those not in a hurry, a licensed bar is available with colour TV and plenty of books and magazines.Rhos-on-Sea is within easy reach of the mountains and lakes of the Snowdonia National Park, the area is breathtakingly beautiful and abounds with leisure and recreational activities. Water sports, angling, jet-ski and windsurfing are all central at Rhos. Just a ‘stones throw’ away from the Ocean with stunning Sea Views and breathtaking Sunrises over the Bay. The cosmopolitan delights of Llandudno and medieval Conwy with its castle and historic port are also but a short drive away!Please Note: We are a Non-smoking property. No pets are permitted on the premises and regrettably Children under 12yrs are not Welcome. Limited private parking available and plenty of free off street parking available. Check-in time: 14:00 Check-out time: 11:00

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