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"Unreliable taxi firm, would not recommend to anyone. As a family we got in contact with a firm to double check if everything was ok and offered a deposit but ..." More

Kinmel Manor
"room was very very cold. breakfast staff very ignorant, no tables ready when we came down for breakfast.also no food available

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Ty Mawr Holiday Park
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Abergele is an old market town in North Wales lying just inland from the coastal town of Pensarn. Probably best known for the Castle that overlooks the town it is not as old as people think and itís not a true castle. Built in 1819 by a wealthy local individual this mock castle stands in a very much dilapidated state today although there are again plans to try and restore it. The town can trace its beginnings back to around the 8th Century but it wasnít until the 14th century that Abergele held its first cattle market. Moving further forward through time the Industrial Revolution added to the prosperity of the area because of the availability of local raw materials. Lead and limestone were found in the area and som of the local landowners found themselves becoming quite wealthy. It was in the early 1800ís that Abergele began to develop as a tourist resort, ideally situated with easy access to the seaside for bathing and the countryside around offering bracing walks with the benefit of clean sea air. The increase in visitors meant that by the 19th century many of these people were now living in the area and with the coming of the railways in 1885 between Manchester and North Wales this further increased the number of tourists visiting.


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The Bee Hotel (0.08 miles)

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A traditional Inn, found in the heart of traditional Welsh market Town Abergele. The Bee hotel boasts newly refurbished, tastefully decorated, spacious rooms as well as a well stocked bar ... More

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Kinmel Manor (0.75 miles)

Kinmel Manor

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The Kinmel Manor Hotel is a family run hotel conveniently located just of the A55 set back within the rural surroundings of Abergele. The featured fireplace in the heart of ... More


Kinmel Arms (2.04 miles)

Kinmel Arms

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The Kinmel arms is a haven of rural tranquillity only a few 100 meters from the A55 with ready access to the coast, mountains and cwms of North Wales. In ... More

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Bron-Y-Wendon and Nant-Y-Glyn Luxury Cottages (2.65 miles)

Bron-Y-Wendon and Nant-Y-Glyn Luxury Cottages
A warm welcome awaits you in our luxury cottages. Situated overlooking the sea or in a picturesque valley, they offer the ultimate in self catering accommodation for 2 - 9 plus cots. The ... More | visit website
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Old Vicarage Cottage (3.54 miles)

Old Vicarage Cottage
Old Vicarage Cottage, is a beautiful cottage set in the centre of small village close to Snowdonia, Denbigh Moors, Conwy, Llandudno and coastal paths. Opposite 17th Century Coaching Inn. Pay and Play Golf Course, Tennis Courts ... More | visit website
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Ffarm Country House (3.67 miles)

Ffarm Country House

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A beautiful Grade II listed building dating back to 1706 set in two acres. Our seven bedrooms have been designed and furnished to a very high standard. All rooms have ... More

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Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel (3.71 miles)

Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel

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This magical place, set in stunning North Wales is a Grade II listed house, and home to the National Portrait Gallery's ... More | visit website

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Lyndale Hotel (4.48 miles)

Lyndale Hotel

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Centrally situated near Old Colwyn village, with sea views, this homely hotel represents great value for money in an ideal location. The Lyndale Hotel is centrally situated as a base for both ... More

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Westminster Hotel (4.58 miles)

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Rhyl's largest & premier hotel, positioned on the seafront, adjacent to the main shopping centre and all promenade attractions. Having been sympathetically restored to its former glory, but still offering ... More

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Kensington Hotel (4.62 miles)

Kensington Hotel

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A small comfortable family run non smoking hotel, prominatley situated on the sea front of Rhyl, A 2 minute walk from the town-centre and walking distance from the train station. ... More

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