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.

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.

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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