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Llanfairfechan is a sedate and unspoilt seaside town situated between the city of Bangor and Llandudno in Conwy, North Wales, home to just over three and a half thousand people. It nestles at the base of Penmaenmawr Mountain and has an interesting history from the first settlers who came here seven thousand years ago, a legacy of which can be seen after a short stroll along the track by the chapel which will unveil the remains of an ancient Iron Age Settlement. The Afon Ddu runs through the village which has terraces of houses built from local stone and whitewashed cottages dating back in time lining the roads. There are shops in Village Road and Station Road, together with a choice of pubs and Inns, and a restaurant with tempting morsels on the menu. The soft sandy beach has stunning views to Puffin Island which always draws visitors and holiday makers alike just as it has since the fashionable Victorian's discovered its charm. There is a promenade complete with superb cafe, and a church dedicated to St Mary which was built in 1864 whose tall spire graces the skyline. There is a pleasing choice of places to stay from b&b's, to hotels and as it is only a short hop from the ferry to the Emerald Isle it is conveniently placed.

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The Grove (0.74 miles)

The Grove
Your hosts Mair and Gerry Baker look forward to welcoming you in person to their lovely ""home from home"" ~ The Grove Guest House; which provides elegant en-suite accommodation in an idyllic position on the ... More | visit website
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The Gladstone (3.33 miles)

The Gladstone

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The Gladstone is located just off junction 16 on the A55 North Wales trunk road, with easy access to Anglesey and the Irish ferry service. We are well placed to ... More

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Bulkeley Hotel (4.72 miles)

Bulkeley Hotel

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The Bulkeley Hotel is yards from the beach and pier alongside the Menai Straits. It enjoys stunning views across the water to the mountains of Snowdonia. Built as a Georgian show piece ... More

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Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn (4.72 miles)

Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn

Formerly a staging post on the way to Ireland, the Inn combines the taditional architecture of its past with contemporary décor and sophistication, where quality and comfort is the key.

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Liverpool Arms Hotel (4.77 miles)

Liverpool Arms Hotel
This ancient hotel has a history that goes back to 1706, when there was a busy trade between Liverpool and Beaumaris. It is a real gem of a place, a handsome Georgian fronted Hotel. The hotels ... More | visit website
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Bishopsgate House Hotel (4.78 miles)

Bishopsgate House Hotel
This 18th Century Georgian Town House is believed to have been built as a Dower House for a local wealthy family. Now, fully restored and adapted for use as a small hotel, Bishopsgate House ... More | visit website
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Sychnant Pass House (4.79 miles)

Sychnant Pass House

Set in the foothills of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, Sychnant Pass House is more than just an award winning Country House, it's a home that welhttp://edit.information-britain.co.uk/dataedit/edit.php?id=3088&names=sychnant&search=Searchcomes guests in a unique way. Lovely ... More | visit website

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Berthlwyd Hall (5.17 miles)

Berthlwyd Hall

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In a delightful rural setting in the foothills of the Snowdonia National Park, Berthlwyd Hall is a lovely Victorian country house, retaining fine original features in its ... More

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Gwern Borter Manor Holiday Farm (5.18 miles)

Gwern Borter Manor Holiday Farm
Luxury Country Manor House, offering 4 star B+B with all the ambience of a Counry House hotel, and 8 self-catering cottages standing in 12 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens in the most perfect mountain ... More | visit website
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Glyn Isa Country House (5.29 miles)

Glyn Isa Country House

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Situated just inside Snowdonia National Park, five minutes drive from the historic walled town Conwy and 1/2 mile from the picturesque village of Rowen you will find Glyn Isa Country ... More

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