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Westminster Hotel
11-12 East Parade
Rhyl
North Wales

LL18 3AH | View map

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Rhyl's largest & premier hotel, positioned on the seafront, adjacent to the main shopping centre and all promenade attractions. Having been sympathetically restored to its former glory, but still offering fantastic value for money. All public areas no-smoking but some smoking bedrooms still available if requested. All bedrooms fully en-suite, entrance ramp & passenger lift. 24hr access, so late check-ins are no problem. Fully licenced bar open daily until 2am. Outside patio seating area with smoking & no smoking areas.

Ideally based for touring North Wales and Cheshire. Under family ownership, a large hotel retaining the personal touch. Limited hotel car parking, (sorry we are unable to reserve spaces) but plenty nearby. National Express drop off, right opposite the Westminster and the railway station is a 5 minute walk away. Large groups welcome. Visit Wales 2* Breakfast can be booked on arrival @ £7.50 per adult, £5 per child aged 3 - 15 years. Stay 3 nights or more and breakfast is reduced to £5/£3. (must be taken on each day of stay to attract discount)

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