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Tal-y-Cafn Hotel
Conwy
North Wales

LL28 5RR | View map
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On the edge of Snowdonia, this 16th century country inn offers a refreshed, traditional atmosphere just 5 minutes from the A55 expressway. Log fires and oak beams co-inhabit the continually upgraded surroundings to create the ideal hostelry in which to relax. A cosy snug, bar and restaurant are complemented by comfortable en suite rooms and comprehensive menus. Full cooked or continental breakfasts are available every day, allowing you to start the day right before exploring the area. As well as the superb natural beauty, Holyhead port, Chester, Wrexham and Manchester are all within easy reach.

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