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Address: 23 Church Walks, LLandudno, Llandudno, Ll30 2HG

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Located just a few minutes’ walk from Llandudno’s picturesque seafront, Vine House is a quaint, family-run bed and breakfast. The famous Great Orme Victorian Tramway is across the road and there is on street parking outside the property. Vine House offers en suite rooms throughout, and each bathroom comes with complimentary toiletries. Certain rooms have a sea view, whilst others enjoy the morning sunshine. All rooms boast a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. A full English breakfast is served daily, alongside cereals, juices, fruits, yoghurt, tea and coffee. Lighter options are available and dietary needs can be catered for if requested in advance. Further restaurants and bars are located within a 5-minute walk. Great Orme Country Park is less than 1 mile from the property and features some of the most beautiful scenery in Wales. Llandudno Railway Station is a 10-minute walk from Vine House.

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Plas Mawr Elizabethan Town House - Museum

Plas Mawr Elizabethan Town House - Museum

Distance 3.18 miles (5.09 km)
At the heart of Medieval Conwy stands Plas Mawr, the "Great Hall", built between 1576 and 1585 for the Welsh merchant, Robert Wynn. This richly decorated building is an architectural gem, possibly the best preserved Elizabethan townhouse in Great Britain. It dominates the town of Conwy with its gatehouse, stepped gables and lookout tower. This "worthy plentiful house" is especially noted for the quality and quantity of its ornamental plasterwork, now fully restored to its original splendour. Plas Mawr's authentic period atmosphere is further enhanced by furnishings, many original to the house, based on an inventory of the contents in 1665.The interior with its elaborately decorated plaster ceilings and fine wooden screens, reflects the wealth and influence of the Tudor gentry in Wales.