Bryn Derwen Bed & Breakfast
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Please give us a call on 01492 876804 if you would like to book or discuss our safety practices that we have put in place for your peace of mind or if you wish to discuss meal options. If you would like to buy someone a special treat to celebrate a birthday, anniversary or just to say thank you, then treat them to a stay here at the Bryn Derwen where we will look after them for you.

You can purchase one of our gift vouchers simply by telephoning or sending an email where we will be more than happy to help. Bryn Derwen, your first choice for AA 5 Star relaxing accommodation in Llandudno with the added benefit of our own private car park and a garage for motorbikes, scooters or maybe your treasured set of wheels. If you are looking for the perfect break away from the stress of everyday life then look no further.

With fine restaurants, bars, shops, beaches and a theatre all within easy walking distance Bryn Derwen is the ideal choice for bed and breakfast accommodation in Llandudno. Originally built as a holiday home for a wealthy Victorian family in 1878 and sympathetically converted to retain all of the original character, every detail of the Bryn Derwen has been created to offer a relaxed and intimate atmosphere.
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read more › An ornate pitch pine staircase leads to nine individually designed, spacious en suite bedrooms. There are five first floor bedrooms including our Premier Double room. All rooms have extremely comfortable beds, flat screen free view digital TV's, alarm clocks, and hair dryers. Every room has a comprehensive hospitality tray which is replenished daily and consists of tea, coffee, hot chocolate, delicious biscuits, bottled water and hand made chocolates from a local Chocolatier, a leather bound guide containing useful information about what's available at the Bryn Derwen and suggested eating places recommended by our previous guests.

read more › During cooler months you can warm yourself in front of a blazing amber, open fire. There is nothing better than watching the dancing flames whilst enjoying a glass of wine from our extensive list or just treat yourselves to a full bottle. Bryn Derwen, your first choice for AA 5 Star relaxing accommodation in Llandudno with the added benefit of our own licensed bar, private garden, car park and a garage for your motorbike, scooters or maybe your treasured set of wheels. Make a memorable start to each day of your holiday with one of our wonderful home cooked Traditional Breakfasts served at individual tables in our spacious Dining Room which enjoys an abundance of natural light.

read more › We reserve the right to adjust prices and offer promotional rates. If you only require 1 night check availability by telephoning Mark or Lyn on 01492 876804. Earlier arrival times can be accommodated by prior arrangement. However if you are here on business or just want to get an early start we can provide an earlier breakfast if advised in advance. We recommend that you take out holiday insurance to cover for cancellation due to unforeseen eventualities. We respectfully remind guests that a reservation constitutes a contract.

read more › Exit the A55 at the sign for Llandudno and join the A470 towards Llandudno. At the mini roundabout turn left along the seafront and proceed until you reach the Cenotaph, then turn left and go straight over the roundabout. At the next roundabout go straight over then take the second right onto York Road where you will see the Bryn Derwen directly in front of you. Regular Intercity services from all parts of the UK, with London just three hours away. Arriving by ferry or by air? We recommend VIP Travel Services luxury executive Mercedes Viano, who will provide a professional ‘Meet and Greet' transfer service to our accommodation.

read more › Nestled in the Conwy Valley, Zip World Fforest offers an idyllic woodland setting for adventures galore. Trefriw Trails is a community-led development project improving access to footpaths in and around the village of Trefriw in North Wales. Climb a Mountain, Scramble up a River, Go Canyoning, learn to map read. This is all available from our base at the Betws-y-Coed Adventure Centre. We provide Adventure Activities, Guided Walks and Outdoor Courses to help you get more out of your outdoor adventures in Snowdonia.

read more › Bodnant Garden is one of the most beautiful gardens in the UK, covering some 80 acres and situated above the River Conwy on ground sloping towards the west and looking across the valley towards the Snowdonia range. The Garden has two parts. The upper area, around. Set in North Wales, high above Colwyn Bay with panoramic views and breathtaking scenery, its beautiful gardens are home to this caring conservation zoo. Roam the wooded pathways, relax on the grassy slopes and spend a lovely day learning about many rare and endangered species from Britain and around.

read more › Well established over many years The Albert Public House is well known to the locals in Llandudno. Located in Madoc Street, Llandudno just 200 metres from the main shopping street The Albert Public House is also within walking distance of many local guest houses and hotels. The Seahorse is one of the most popular restaurants in Llandudno and was awarded the “Dining Out 2005” silver award as well as entry into “Harden's” 2006 and 2007, "Which Good Food Guide" 2006/2007. The Cottage Loaf, a traditional country pub nestled in the heart of the seaside town of Llandudno.

read more › Situated in the middle of Mostyn Street is the Victoria Centre, opened in the mid 1990's, the Victoria Centre is an enclosed, single level shopping precinct that contains famous names, as well as an elegant Tea Room. Most days also contain unique charity experiences, such as owl handling. The name of B. W. Ryder is synonymous with quality leather products for domestic, memento and commercial use and has been, here in Llandudno, since the 1960s. Step inside our shop on Upper Mostyn Street and you will find a treasure chest of leather ranging from Ladies Handbags and.

read more › And if horticulture and holidays are a few of your favourite things, you'll be pleased to hear we've come up with a unique collection of garden breaks. Which include visits to all our best bits. Or there's Plas Menai, the National Water Sports Centre by the side of the Menai Straits between Bangor and Caernarfon. Owned by the Sports Council for Wales the purpose-built centre has been running water sports and mountain adventure training for 20 years and offers an comprehensive range of courses. Needless to say, Snowdonia dominates the view from nearly every course in the north west but the area's unrivalled collection of castles also contributes to the spectacular background.

read more › The front entrance is approached via two upward steps then follow the short path and climb an additional six stone steps up to the main entrance. 2. The main entrance takes you into a hallway. Take one step up through a further doorway into the main lounge which is level throughout. 3. The car park with allocated bays is at the rear of the building. Access to the building from the car park is via two downward steps then follow the downward sloping pathway going down four more steps through the French doors into the main Lounge.

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