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Gwynfryn Bed & Breakfast in Conwy North Wales


Gwynfryn Bed and Breakfast ( B&B ) accommodation is a large 134 year old Victorian Conwy property which has been lovingly renovated into a 4 Star Boutique Guest House offering beautifully decorated comfortable bed and breakfast  accommodation within the historical town walls of Conwy.

In January 2008 Gwynfryn Bed and Breakfast won the prestigious 'Travellers 2008 Choice' award from the independent traveller review site 'Tripadvisor' after achieving 8th Best B&B in Europe.

This was followed in May by an invite from Her Majesty the Queen to attend a reception at Buckingham Palace for the British Hospitality Industry. We were honoured to attend and represent Conwy and Wales where we met the Queen and other members of the Royal family thereafter mingling with the other 350 guests including Sir Rocco Forte, Gordon Ramsey, Alain & Michael Roux and many more influential personalities from the British Hospitality Industry.

Our guest house is ideally situated within the heart of Conwy town just off Lancaster Square. Close to all amenities, attractions and both the train station & local bus route.

Conwy is the perfect base for visiting all of North Wales including Snowdonia, Anglesey, Caernarfon, Llandudno, Deganwy and Betws-y-Coed but to name a few.

Most famous for the magnificent Conwy Castle built by Edward I between 1283 - 1287 and also designated a World Heritage Site, Conwy can truly lay claim to being one of the finest remaining medieval walled towns. With a wealth of attractions that span the ages, events galore and a wide range of shops and restaurants all within a short walk.

Gwynfryn (the name of which loosely translated means white hill) was built in 1873 as a residence for superintendent preacher for the Wesleyan Methodists Church, which is situated to the rear of the property. We purchased Gwynfryn December 2003 as a run down residential accommodation before transforming it into a B&B Guest House over the following two years becoming a fully operational Bed & Breakfast in August 2005.

Our bed and breakfast accommodation consists of five rooms which have been tastefully furnished in their own unique style. All of which have en-suite facilities except for one room which has its own separate private bathroom. All rooms include flat screen LCD TV with integrated DVD player, complementary beverage tray, mini fridge, electric fan, hairdryers, complementary toiletries and benefit from wireless broadband (Wi-Fi enabled). We also have an internet access point available upon request.

The luxurious Rouge Room also includes a king size wooden bed, open beams and a large en-suite bathroom fitted with a free standing Victorian roll top bath

This room also enjoys distant panoramic views of Conwy Town Walls and the surrounding Snowdonia skyline.

As well as the full traditional cooked breakfast we are able to provide various other tasty options, ranging from Welsh Rarebit to natural yogurt & fresh fruit!

We do hope to see you at Gwynfryn Bed and Breakfast ( B&B ) upon your next stay in Conwy and can always assure you of a warm welcome and will always aim to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

With regret we are unable to accept children under the age of 12.

If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to contact us. 


Gwynfryn Bed & Breakfast ( B&B ) Guest House.

4 York Place, Off Lancaster Square, Conwy, North Wales, LL32-8AB.

Telephone (International):- +44 1492-576733

Telephone (UK):- 01492-576733 - Mobile:-  07947-272821

Email:- info@gwynfrynbandb.co.uk 

Website:- http://www.gwynfrynbandb.co.uk/


   

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