Buxton House


Buxton House

We are a small and friendly B&B and aim to make you - as our guests - feel relaxed, comfortable and that little bit special during your stay with us.

Bed and Breakfast (B&B) accommodation in Llandudno.

Buxton House B&B is a Victorian House which has retained its characteristic features.

Situated in the quiet, leafy avenues of Craig-y-Don village with all it's amenities, including restaurants and only 2 minutes walk from the splendid promenade of Llandudno. The town is only a little further to walk along either Mostyn Street, passing the new Parc Llandudno shopping piazza or along the Promenade.

Buxton House Bed & Breakfast in Llandudno

Nigel and Corinne Sutcliffe provide a warm and friendly welcome and invite their guests to enjoy a relaxing stay in their tastefully renovated 'Home from Home'.

There is also the added bonus of free on-street parking should you wish to leave your car at Buxton House B&B.

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You can sit at your individual tables in our sunny dining/lounge and enjoy your freshly cooked Welsh breakfast using award winning locally sourced meats served on Royal Doulton crockery, whilst enjoying the views of Nant-y-Gamar mountain and woodland.

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Buxton House B&B has 3 bedrooms; 2 doubles and 1 suite/family room (to sleep 4).

For more information, click below to go to our Rooms page:
Buxton House B&B Llandudno Rooms

All rooms are en-suite and are tastefully and sympathetically decorated to retain its Victorian features.

Each room offers a full hospitality tray, LCD TV, clock/radio alarm, hairdryer and some little extras to make you that bit special!

Llandudno Pier

Llandudno is the "Queen of Resorts " along the North Wales coast, retaining its Victorian splendour, such as the Punch & Judy show on the long pier, which is also a fun place for children to enjoy the attractions or grown-ups can take a leisurely stroll.

On the Great Orme, there is the lovely country park called Happy Valley; the Dry-Ski slope; the Toboggan Run; the Underground Copper Mines; the Cable Car and Tramway, both of which run to the top of the 679 feet limestone headland and are the longest in Britain.

Llandudno is a busy all-season shopping centre with its new Parc Llandudno shopping piazza. The area offers bars and restaurants.

A variety of entertainments/business conferences are held at The Venue Cymru Theatre/Conference centre, which is located near to Buxton House B&B. Please follow the link to see What's On: Venue Cymru Llandudno

Buxton House is about a 10 minute walk ( or 2 minute taxi drive ) from Llandudno Train station and about a 10 minute drive by taxi from Llandudno Junction Train Station.

Buxton House is also a short drive or Taxi journey from the newly opened Welsh Assembly Government Offices in Llandudno Junction.
Welsh Assembly Government Office

Llandudno at dusk

Buxton House B&B is ideally situated for North Wales with easy access to the A55 expressway and surrounding areas. The area is also ideal for walking, cycling, golfing, short breaks and family holidays or for the bit more adventurous why not see the Snowdonia National Park by Quaddragon Road Buggy. Quadgragon Buggies Llandudno

For sight-seeing, there is the Snowdonia National Park, Conwy Castle, Swallow Falls at Betws-y-Coed, Portmeirion (Italian village) and lots more.
Llandudno and its surrounding areas, offer more than just a seaside break but can become a beautiful and interesting touring adventure for everyone.

Buxton House Bed and Breakfast is an ideal place to stay for sight-seeing or touring North Wales.

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