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Deganwy Castle Hotel
Station Road
Deganwy
North Wales

LL31 9DA | View map

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This listed building, originally a farmhouse dating from the 17th century, is now a hotel offering modern amenities whilst keeping its old world charm. Period features include oak beams and roaring log fires. We have an excellent reputation for food, with meals that use fresh local produce wherever possible are prepared by our experts chefs. Our extensive menu is served by friendly welcoming staff in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. The traditional bar is full of character and is popular with hotel residents and locals alike. Fine wines and real ales are served. We have a leisure complex with a heated indoor swimming pool, Finnish sauna and fully equipped gym. We are ideally situated in between the Victorian town of Llandudno and the historic walled town of Conwy with its famous castle.

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