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B and Bs in Llandudno

Carmel Hotel
17 Craig-y-Don Parade
Promenade

Llandudno
North Wales

LL30 1BG | View map
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A spacious, comfortable, family owned hotel, whose continuing aim is to provide superb service amid the spectacular scenery of North Wales. Centrally located on Llandudno's Promenade, the hotel boasts uninterrupted views of both Great & Little Ormes and Llandudno Bay. The Carmel is ideally placed for 'Venue Cymru', North Wales' Theatre and Conference Centre, as well as Llandudno's charming Victorian Town Centre with it's wonderful array of shops and attractions. Also why not take the opportunity to explore the beautiful North Wales Coastline and Snowdonia National Park? All rooms are decorated to a high standard and are warm, comfortable and relaxing, there is a choice of double or twin rooms with a ground floor room available. The hotel lounge is a pleasant place where you can plan your days out or enjoy a glass of wine with friends at the end of the day. We take great pride in knowing that, were possible, all the food used for our Breakfasts and Evening Bistro Menu is locally sourced and freshly prepared on the premises by a qualified chef, giving you a true taste of Wales.

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