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Glan Heulog Guest House
Llanrwst Road
Woodlands

Conwy
North Wales

LL32 8LT | View map
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Glan Heulog Bed and Breakfast Historic quality bed and breakfast in a historic Conwy Town setting Glan Heulog Bed and Breakfast is located in the historic World Heritage town of Conwy, North Wales. The bed and breakfast looks onto Conwy Castle and is an easy walk into Conwy Town. Conwy has an excellent bus and train service throughout the area for guests arriving without their own transport. Glan Heulog Bed and Breakfast is the home of Viv and Stan Watson-Jones . They have a number of years experience in the hospitality industry and will ensure that your receive a very warm welcome and their genuine care. With their local knowledge they are happy to assist you with your plans to explore all that Conwy Town, Snowdonia, and North Wales has to offer the visitor. Glan Heulog Bed and Breakfast has off road parking in our private carpark. You are welcome to use the garden to relax and enjoy the views across to Snowdonia. Glan Heulog Guest House has seven bedrooms, one ensuite family bedroom, four are ensuite double rooms, one ensuite twin bedded room, one twin bedded room with private bathroom. The rooms are equipped with hair dryer, television, clock/radio and hospitality tray and are tastefully decorated for your comfort. Glan Heulog Bed and Breakfast is strictly non smoking throughout A substantial breakfast of fruit juice & cereal with a choice of of Full Welsh cooked breakfast or yoghurts & fresh fruit. Breakfast is served in a bright stylish dining room with views of the garden and Conwy Castle walls. Special diets can be catered for. Unfortunately Glan Heulog bed and breakfast is not suitable accommodation for wheelchairs users

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