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Bryn Derwen
34, Abbey Road
North Wales

LL30 2EE | View map

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The Bryn Derwen, a four star guest house in Llandudno, North Wales was built in 1878 and has been beautifully converted retaining much of its original character. Great care has been taken to preserve and enhance the charm of this elegant building, to create an atmosphere of warmth and tranquility.

The delicate sense of historical context is reflected in the superb stained glass windows and fine period furniture in the garden lounge, complimenting the feel of a country house. A further quiet lounge is available for reading or just totally relaxing.

An impressive original pine staircase leads to nine individually designed en suite bedrooms, all with colour televisions, hair dryers tea and coffee making facilities and luxury toiletries. Superior rooms also offer trouser press, bottled water and bath robes. All rooms exhibit the same meticulous care and attention to detail expected of a Four Star establishment.

Bryn Derwen is situated in Llandudno, Wales' largest resort town, rich in Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour. It's location makes it a perfect base from which to visit Snowdonia National Park the UK's highest mountain range, the medieval castles of Conwy, Caernarfon and Beaumaris.


Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Diamonds
WTB 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 9
Number Ensuite: 9

Price per Person

Price Includes: Breakfast and VAT
Double: From 37 - 47
Twin: From 37 - 47
Single: 50
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Children Welcome - Over 7 years
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No Smoking Rooms - Througout hotel
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