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Buxton House
12 Rosebery Avenue Craig-y-don
North Wales

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We are a small and friendly bed & breakfast - offering that extra personal service to all our guests. We aim is to make your stay as relaxing and comfortable as possible. Buxton House is situated in the leafy avenues of Craig-y-don, Llandudno and only 125 metres from the sea-front.

We have recently under-gone major refurbishment, diligently retaining the original Victorian features. Now offer our guests a pleasant, quiet and safe stay, benefitting from the latest fire and electrical systems. We offer double en-suite rooms and one a family en-suite room.

Your stay in Craig-y-don offers an opportunity of free parking for the duration of your stay. You can either take a leisurely stroll along the promenade to Llandudno town centre (15 minutes), with its Victorian splendour or take the bus from around the corner of our street that run every 10 minutes. Llandudno is a busy all-season shopping centre with its new Parc Llandudno high street stores. There are bars and restaurants and a regular variety of entertainment at the Venue Cymru Theatre, which is located near to Buxton House. The area is ideal for walking, cycling, golfing, short breaks and family holidays. We are ideally situated for touring North Wales, with easy access to the A55 Expressway and the beautiful surrounding areas such as: Bodnant Gardens, Conwy Castle, The Swallow Falls at Betws-y-Coed, Portmeirion Village and gardens (as featured in TV's The Prisoner) or the Snowdonia National Park. NOTE; PLEASE REMEMBER LATEROOMS WILL REQUIRE A VALID CREDIT/DEBIT CARD TO SECURE YOUR BOOKING ONLY. BUXTON HOUSE WILL REQUIRE PAYMENT BY CASH OR CHEQUE ON ARRIVAL.

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