|Location:||Conwy, North Wales|
|Phone:||0044 (0) 1492 544256|
|Email:||Please use form below|
Sunnydowns Hotel Rhos-on-sea, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, North Wales.
A 3 star Hotel.Situated just a 2 Minute level walk from the beach & shops.
Car park,bar,games room with pool table,Sauna,lounge.
The towns of Llandudno,Colwyn Bay,& Conway are only 5 minutes drive away & just 10 minutes to the Mountains & castles of Snowdonia.
Large family rooms & family suites available. Dogs welcome
All bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, digital TV with approximately 40 channels, clock radio, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, mini-bar refrigerator, phone, also available on request are irons, trouser press, room service, and laundry service.
All bedrooms fitted with a digital personal room safe.
And microwave available for guests use.
Also a fitness/exercise machine in games room all available free of charge for our guests.
And broadband internet available throughout the Hotel.
Special Facilities and Services for Pets
Dog’s are very welcome and can stay for a small charge of £3.00 per dog per day they are allowed in your bedrooms with you and are allowed everywhere in the Hotel except the restaurant, we can serve your meals in the bar with your dog if you require.
There are lots of beaches close by where dogs are welcome.
Rules for Pets
Dogs to be kept on the lead inside the Hotel.
Maximum Number of Pets
Local Attractions and Facilities
Things to do.
Rhos-on-Sea is the perfect place for touring the mountains of Snowdonia, the Isle of Anglesey and the famous Castles of North Wales. Nearby facilities include Golf, Bowling, Squash, Tennis, Boat Trips, Fishing and Water Sports
WELSH MOUNTAIN ZOO
Colwyn Bay. Spend the day in the company of many rare and endangered animals from around the world including lions, leopards, monkeys and ostriches. Roam the wooded pathways to see British wildlife including red squirrels, golden eagles and otters.
Caernarfon, Gwynedd. Caernarfon is the most famous and perhaps the most impressive castle in all Wales – which is just as its builder, King Edward I intended. Raised on a site already rich in history and legend, its every aspect was designed to trumpet his pride in the conquest of Wales and his claims to imperial power!
Skiing & tobogganing at the Llandudno Dry Ski slope.