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We visited Gwesty on Friday,we had booked some weeks ago and glad we had as people were being turned away. The food looked and tasted fabulous and the service was excellent. The Gwesty is also a small hotel and I believe the rooms are beautiful.
Absolutely loved this hotel opted for the Loft room 8. It was stunning, excellent views of Cardigan bay. Staff were so friendly and helpful. Decor was very modern and stylish absolutely beautiful, highly recommended.
Well situated on the promenade, great views of the Irish sea and wonderful sunsets. Close to rail and local shopping. Room was spacious and very clean. Breakfast was included and had plenty of choices. Staff went out of their way to accommodate a gluten free...More
This is a restaurant with rooms. The rooms are beautifully decorated, with clean lines and a lack of clutter. It is obvious that much thought has gone into the overall design and colour scheme, and into the lighting which is an important aspect of a...More
For me this is, without question, the best restaurant in the area. Have been here many, many times and have never had a bad meal here. The location is great and the restaurant has a lovely, romantic ambience. The staff are always friendly and accommodating....More
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US$104 - US$152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitWales, the National Tourist Board.
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Well that is a difficult one. First of all find the hotel and do a bag drop. The road outside the hotel has a yellow line (no parking) so there is always a place to stop and unload I'm sure you will be fine to do this as I... More
Well that is a difficult one. First of all find the hotel and do a bag drop. The road outside the hotel has a yellow line (no parking) so there is always a place to stop and unload I'm sure you will be fine to do this as I think you get 5 mins on a yellow line for unloading.
To the left of the pier (left as you look out to sea) there are no restrictions to how long you can park along the stretch of road in front of the old university building and the castle ruin ( about a mile stretch of road) but everyone else will be trying there too so it might be full. We managed to get about the last space going right at the end of this stretch of road, it was a 20 min walk back! BUT the hotel is worth the walk. There must be car parks somewhere in town but as we got a space on the road we didn't need to find a car park. The hotel will know where these are. Might be best to give them a call and find out where they are before you get there.....they really should advise people before thy go.
...we have a guest house in Llandudno and send our guests a parking map before they arrive and tell them about our bag drop service...😀😀
If you are visiting Llandudno too on your trip do look us up.. The View Guest House😊