- "We wanted to explore North Wales and Northwood was conveniently located for this. It’s a clean pleasant environment with lovely hosts, Dave and Sandy, who were friendly and offered a lot of information about the local area. It’s under an hour to Snowdonia, Isle of Anglesey as well as other attractions, and just a few minutes away from the seafront. Breakfast was delicious, very hearty indeed."
- "Close to the promenade and a nice walk to shops, restaurants, station. The owners are very hospitable and helpful, the hotel is lovely, our en-suite room was spacious, clean and comfortable, breakfast and service were good. We enjoyed our stay but not a lot going on in Colwyn Bay at night and we tended to our walking around and dining in Llandudno. We would recommend the Colbourn to anyone visiting Colwyn Bay though."
- "Well located for everything Colwyn Bay has to offer. The owner was welcoming and attentive and our room was lovely, spacious, spotlessly clean with nice touches and toiletries. Breakfast is taken in a nice dining room and our full English was delicious. There is a church opposite with a chiming clock which we quite liked but may be annoying to others. We could fault nothing and would definitely stay again and recommend."
- "The lodge was very good in all respects. Its a budget hotel but has very comfortable rooms and helpful staff. Considering the price i paid it surpassed expectations and its right bang in the middle of Colwyn Bay which is handy to eat in he evening and get a beer or two. Parking is free. Try to get a room from the top floor looking out across the bay, its a great view on a clear day. Good en-suite bathroom & nice shower."
- "A great B&B in easy walking distance to the beach, where we received a warm welcome from the owner. The house is well maintained and our room and bathroom were spacious and comfortable. The breakfast was very good, freshly cooked to order and there was a delicious fresh fruit salad. A very nice place at very good value for money."
- "The Coachhouse may have been a little big for our needs. But one of the joys of winter travelling, is you usually get a lot more for your money and we did. Having compared prices with other B&B's and hotels we picked this one as it was close enough to walk to Colwyn Bay station and the Promenade. That said the Old Highway is a little on the narrow country road side, but it was very quiet and only a very short walk to the Coachhouse."
- "The best little B&B. Tony and Maria were absolutely wonderful. They made me feel like family. The room was clean and homey as I expected of a B&B. First morning for breakfast I ordered bacon & eggs w/ toast and loved it except for I like my eggs fried up with butter as they used oil. I told Tony and the next morning i had my eggs exactly as requested. They go out of there way to make you comfortable. Thank You Tony and Maria for a wonderful stay in your home."
- "A wonderful Welsh Weekend was had on our visit to Ellingham House. The tasteful and stylish interior continued on to our lovely room where the bed was super comfy and the shower fantastic. The Welsh breakfast was superb and served by the wonderful hosts. We'd arrived in Colwyn Bay by train from Chester in under an hour, so I'll be booking in again this year for sure."
- "Very nice owners who provide very good service. The house is lovely, well maintained and a short walk to the seafront, restaurants etc. We had a lovely room, well decorated and comfortable. Breakfast is served in a lovely dining room and was delicious with good quality ingredients. The location is ideal as a base for touring around the north Wales area which we will return to do next year."
Colwyn Bay is located in a picturesque area of North Wales, with easy access to Snowdonia National Park and the historic town of Conwy, which has been given World Heritage Site status. Visitors will be spoilt for choice when it comes to attractions in the town and surrounding areas, with the spectacular scenery of the Nant-y-Glyn Valley just a short walk inland and the quaint seaside town of Rhos-on-Sea within easy reach.
The town of Colwyn Bay offers all the attractions that visitors would expect from a place that was developed in the 19th century as an escape for a holiday for the workers from the industrial cities. One nearby major attraction is the Welsh Mountain Zoo, home to a variety of rare animals and set amongst beautiful scenery with fantastic views of Snowdonia and the surrounding area. Local historical attractions include Conwy Castle and Bodelwyddan Castle, as well as an interesting variety of theatres.
Sports enthusiasts can discover a number of indoor sports facilities at the local leisure centre, including a swimming pool, athletics tracks and squash courts. Those looking for outdoor adventure can enjoy the fantastic local landscape through cycling, walking and climbing routes in the region or by sailing or jet skiing off the coast of Colwyn Bay.
Colwyn Bay began to boom as a town when people from industrial areas started to visit seeking an oasis of relaxation and entertainment away from noisy polluted cities. Tourism continues to be an important industry in Colwyn Bay today, with engineering and farming also contributing to the local economy.
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Our best value B&B deal tonight can be found at The Northwood from £37 * with 9 rooms and a guest review score of 8.5. * Subject to availability.