The Bee Hotel

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This straightforward hotel is in the coastal town of Abergele which is a short 20 minute drive to Llandudno.  It has Family Room which will sleep five (5) guests assuming that there are multiple children, with a double bed and three single beds. The room has a coffee and tea maker, and wireless internet access.

There is a game room and various forms of entertainment provided that are family oriented. For your inner Von Trapp, be aware there is karaoke in the public space on the weekends. All the rooms are non-smoking.

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The Bee Hotel, Llandudno, Wales

The Bee Hotel, Llandudno, Wales


Contact Info

The Bee Hotel
44 Market Street
Abergele, Conwy LL22 7AA
Wales

Telephone: 44 1745 832300
Website: http://www.beehotelabergele.co.uk/
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