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Karden House Hotel
16, Charlton Street
Llandudno
North Wales

LL30 2AA | View map

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Karden House Hotel is family owned and we pride ourselves on our warm, friendly welcome, with everyone being made equally at home whether staying for a night or a week. and young families are catered for with the provision of a high chair and cot. The Hotel is ideally located, being only a short, level walk to the Rail & Coach stations and shopping areas, and standing in a quiet, tree-lined avenue . It has ten letting rooms, all of which have full En-suite facilities. As you would expect, all rooms are well decorated and maintained, and have tea/coffee making facilities, central heating, a remotely controlled colour television, digital safe, hair drier and comfortable beds. What you might not expect though are the value-added touches; like having your room expertly cleaned and tidied, with all consumables replenished every morning, all bedding,which is freshly changed on arrival, completely replaced with freshly laundered sheets etc. every fourth day, early morning wake-up with breakfast facility on request and, if you are going out all day, a packed lunch can be supplied on request at a small charge.

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