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Hafod y Mor Hotel
5 Hill Terrace
Llandudno
North Wales

LL30 2LS | View map

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Hafod Y Mor Hotel in Llandudno.Why not wake up in one of the finest positioned Hotels in Llandudno, Hafod-y-mor faces due south overlooking the whole of Llandudno Bay and the Snowdonia Mountains offering fantastic Views of this very beautiful part of North Wales. We are Central for all attractions and amenities.We are situated in quiet location on the edge of the Great Orme in an elevated position the Hotel has 12 en-suite bedrooms all with stunning views, double, family, twin and single. We pride ourselves on offering a warm welcome, friendly atmosphere, comfortable surroundings and excellent food on a bed and breakfast basis. Evening meals can be arranged for group bookings. We have a residents lounge, Lounge Bar (with draft beer), a spacious dinning room and parking for up to 4-5 cars.We, Helen & Eddie, are originally from the Midlands are currently coming into our 6th season and are continually striving to provide the comfort we believe our guests expect in a relaxing hotel holiday in Llandudno.No tiresome rules or aggravating extras.We are a No Smoking Hotel; however we do have a very nice patio which keeps the sun all day.We have several types of rooms all of which are en suite so we can cater for all types of parties including school parties. Enquiries welcome.

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