Llandudno

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Llandudno

(θlænˈdɪdnəʊ; lænˈdɪdnəʊ; Welsh hlanˈdɪdnɔ)
n
(Placename) a town and resort in NW Wales, in Conwy county borough on the Irish Sea. Pop: 14 872 (2001)
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Now Duff & Phelps have also been appointed as administrators of Llandudno Bay Hotel and Queens Hotel in Llandudno.
Overlooking Llandudno Bay, the promenade and pier, it was also named as the ninth-best small hotel in Europe and second in the UK.
Hard-working chef Arron Tye has won the prestigious accolade of Welsh Young Chef of the Year at the Wales International Culinary Championships, in Llandudno Bay Hotel, having competed in thrilling morning and afternoon heats at Grwp Llandrillo Menai Rhos-on-Sea's campus.
From PS125 per person based on one night's accommodation at the four star Llandudno Bay Hotel, Wales including breakfast.
com/poolecho Conwy Borough Council and owner Six Piers Co hope that the pier's rebuilt berth will herald a new era with not only revived Liverpool services, but also tendering cruise liners anchored in Llandudno Bay and work boats serving the new Gwynt y Mor windfarm.
The alarm was raised in Llandudno bay early yesterday evening.
Our brief visit was confined to a couple of nights divided between the contrasting surroundings of Bodelwyddan Castle - a Victorian country house built in a Gothic style - and the equally plush Imperial Hotel, overlooking Llandudno bay. To cram so much into a single weekend, our hosts Visit Wales teamed up with the Coach Tourism Council to enable us to get around.
NPD owns four hotels in North Wales, Caer Rhun, and Belmont, Llandudno Bay and Queens hotels in Llandudno.
It is now the fourth North Wales hotel secured by NPD, who also own the Belmont, Llandudno Bay, in the seaside resort and Caer Rhun Hotel in the Conwy Valley.
"We searched the sea off the Great Orme and Little Orme areas, Llandudno Bay and Conwy Bay.