One of the staple hotels in Llandudno, the Cae Mor occupies one of the most envied parts of the Llandudno seafront. This beautiful 23 bedroom building is the epitome of Victorian elegance and splendour, and thanks to it’s position right next to the marvellous Venue Cymru, finds itself busy all year from theatregoers and revellers of this wonderful destination point for Llandudno.
A new year has turned in Llandudno, and while it feels that this busy seaside town starts to wake up from February to March for the new tourist season, the Cae Mor is doing a little more than raise its sleepy head.
This well-maintained and sympathetically restored building has changed focus for 2017 – becoming less of a hotel and refocusing as a Seafront B&B in Llandudno – to offer great value rooms and the same amazing service it always has.
This is excellent news for visitors to this beautiful seaside town which have a love of high-quality getaways, but don’t have time for traditional hotel dining. B&Bs don’t have to be faceless and don’t have to be standardised. If you’ve a love for individually designed bedrooms and the feel of one of the beautifully unique Victorian buildings on the promenade (and some say the best sea views in the country!) then the Cae Mor Bed and Breakfast in Llandudno is for you.
The Cae Mor stands heads and shoulders over other hotels in the area for another reason, as well. Uniquely for Llandudno, it’s got its very own car park, with more spaces than they have letting bedrooms. We love Llandudno, there’s no denying that, but to say that Llandudno has a single problem – parking – would be correct. Thankfully, at the Cae Mor you don’t have to worry about that. Each and every guest is afforded the convenience of their very own designated parking space, preventing the more stressful elements of arrival in Llandudno.
What else is unique about the Cae Mor is the fact that it is so accessible. Unlike other B&Bs and hotels in Llandudno, the Cae Mor benefits extensively from the carefully maintained passenger lift, meaning that those with mobility issues don’t have to worry about their stay in this majestic Victorian end terrace.
Despite the changes to the scope of the business, service at the Cae Mor is still paramount, and the B&B has a team of experienced, attentive and friendly staff which hold customer satisfaction in truly high regard.
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