We stayed at The Grafton after traveling back from Ireland and we wouldn't get there before their latest advertised booking in time but a very pleasant phone call to them put our minds at rest. The bed and breakfast is on the front at the far end of the promenade away from the town but convenient for the theatre so is quite quiet. On street parking was no problem outside The Grafton. Everywhere was very clean and inviting. We were given a friendly greeting and shown to our room which was cosy and clean with a comfortable bed, usual tea/coffee tray (with biscuits) and Freeview lcd tv mounted on the wall in front of the bed which made for comfortable viewing.. The bathroom was clean with walk-in shower, sink and toilet in, what must be said,quite a compact area so if you are on the larger side this might cause a problem, but other rooms may be different. We had a great undisturbed sleep and in the morning went for breakfast which could be had between 08.15 and 09.00 which suited us. Breakfast was cereals, fruit juice, tea or coffee, an excellent full English fry of which there was plenty and cooked to perfection and toast to finish, all served by a very nice young lady who checked that we were okay with everything. We will definitely use The Grafton again when we stay in Llandudno, especially when the price of our stay is considered. Wholeheartedly recommended.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Grafton is a Grade II listed building and dates back to the 1860's. We are a small family run business situated on the promenade in the popular Victorian town of Llandudno. We have various types of rooms (double, twin and family rooms). We have some ground floor rooms and two family interconnecting suites. All our rooms have en-suite facilities, many of them have breath taking sea views over looking the promenade and Great Orme. Your stay will include a hearty full cooked breakfast served in our sea view breakfast room. Phone us for special offers, discounts or special requirements). The Grafton is conveniently placed within walking distance to the Venue Cymru conference centre / Theatre, shopping, local attractions, bowling, sailing, fishing, and is an ideal base for golf, walking, cycling and exploring the area of North Wales coast of castles, Snowdonia park, Conwy valley, Betws-y-Coed, Anglesey, Portmeirion, and surrounding countryside. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grafton Hotel Llandudno
- The Grafton Llandudno, Wales