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We wanted a cosy well located independent hotel with great food and a warm welcome. We got it at The Bull. Room was huge and tastefully decorated with great facilities. Would highly recommend - one small issue was no on site parking - I hadn't noticed this before I booked.
I had eaten here before and always wanted to stay. The opportunity arose on Saturday night and I was not disappointed. Excellent from booking in to leaving, friendly staff, clean and comfortable room and superb food. A great inn giving easy access to Snowdonia. Try it
Gareth and Rana are the perfect hosts..a beautiful house ,perfect location for north Wales,would have rated it higher if possible!!
Despite the rainy and cold July weather, we had a great one-night stay en route to Anglesey. We were pleased we had the best room and wish we had stayed here for the whole 5 day break, because it was certainly the best accommodation,the best welcome and the best evening meal we had. Definitely to ...
We've been traveling in Wales for two weeks and the dinners served in their lovely relaxed and cozy dining area ranks at the top. Delicious local beef, pork,and lamb, expertly prepared and presented.
Absolutely beautiful hotel and facilities couldn't ask for anything better . Stunning room offering everything we could ask for and more. The queen bed was out of this world and the ambience wad so cosy and peaceful. Staff were lovely and the 3 course breakfast was outstanding. Spent my 40th birthday ...
We first had the pleasure of staying at Penmachno Hall in 2015, when we planned another visit to North Wales it was a must to stay here. Perfectly situated to enjoy some of the local sites, wonderful breakfast and friendly staff - like a home from home. We will be back again!
Friendly welcome, with homemade cake each afternoon. Excellent breakfasts - the smoked salmon scrambled eggs the best. Honesty bar great for evening drink. Always ready to provide advice on traveling around the countryside. Easy access from A55. The Daisy room was roomy with large bathroom. Plenty ...
Looking for a little bit of luxury for your stay in Colwyn Bay? There are several five star hotels to choose from in Conwy, Colwyn, Trefriw and Betwys-y-Coed and the area is superbly connected via the North Wales Expressway. Choose from boutique B&Bs, historic country houses and award-winning elegant Victorian villas in the quiet conservation area of Colwyn Bay close to the shops, station and beach.
Colwyn Bay is the second largest community and a business hub for the north of Wales and one of the most visited areas of the country thanks to stunning beaches, mountains, outdoor sports and a relaxed continental vibe. Known locally as “the Bay” it is on the north coast of Wales with views over the Irish Sea, Pwllycrochan Woods and Snowdonia National Park. With its stunning sunsets, big skies and newly restored promenade it’s no surprise that it’s won Gold in the Wales in Bloom awards eight times.
The promenade has benefited from recent investment to expand its facilities with new sand, sport facilities and more. Enjoy a walk along the promenade with coffee or an ice cream and if you have some old-fashioned transport there’s a four-mile scenic Marine Drive around Great Orme. Do as the Victorians did with their elegant carriages and see Colwyn Bay in style!
Eirias Park is a 50-acre public park in Colwyn Bay nicknamed the “park by the sea”. It has a leisure centre with a swimming pool, water slides, a fitness suite, sauna and steam room so perfect for a rainy day. There’s also a boating lake, picnic areas, tennis courts and a kids’ adventure playground.
Nearby Bodnant Garden is a beautiful spot in Conwy looking out over the valley towards Snowdonia. In Rhos-on-Sea you’ll also find a heritage trail taking in the Bryn Euryn ancient hill fort, the 16th century ruins of Llys Euryn manor house and a tiny 6th century chapel of St Trillo, which is just big enough for six to worship in!
This is one of the most atmospheric regions of Wales, so why not visit nearby Conwy Castle, a gritty fortress in true medieval style? Bodysgallen Hall is a 17th century house in parkland just three miles from Conwy Castle.
The town has hosted the National Festival of Wales three times and there’s a close knit artistic community as people move to the seaside for lower rents, great light and a like-minded community. To pick up a piece of contemporary art or pottery head to Bay Art Gallery. Venue Cymru on the prom is a national theatre and conference centre with live entertainment, and Colwyn Bay has the oldest picturehouse in the UK in a beautiful art deco building which hosts live music, drama and panto.
Nearby Rhos-on-Sea has the Harlequin Puppet Theatre, the only traditional puppet theatre in Britain. Oriel Mostyn is a stunning gallery showing major works in Conwy, and there’s also the Royal Cambrian Academy of Art which is dedicated to visual arts. Art lovers will be spoilt for choice!
Take a stroll along the promenade and you’ll discover plenty of independent shops, markets and cafes. There are websites listing independent shops and services so support independent traders and spend locally.
Bayview Shopping Centre is the region’s largest mall with the main chain stores as well as independent traders.
Colwyn Bay is an elegant seaside resort in north Wales with a good choice of five star accommodation - book yours today!