Sychnant Pass House
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Located at the edge of the Snowdonia National park, in three acres of beautiful gardens, Sychnant Pass House features an indoor swimming pool and an outdoor hot tub.
Each room, individually decorated with luxurious furnishings, and warm, comforting tones, features a private bathroom, including bathrobes and slippers. The rooms are also fitted with a flat screen TV, refrigerator, hairdryer and iron, and coffee/tea making facilities.
Sychnant Pass House features a small gym, with multiple exercise machines, a sauna, and free Wi-fi. Areas in the spa have been adjusted to suit guests with limited mobility.
With fresh produce, locally sourced, and specially prepared, the onsite laid-back restaurant welcomes guests to choose from a select menu, while a log fire burns during the winter months.
Bodysgallen Hall and West Shore Beach, North Shore Beach and Promenade are all within 10km. ConwyCastle is only 3.5km away. The Llandudno Resort is only a 15-minute drive away.
NameSychnant Pass House
AddressSychnant Pass Road, LL32 8BJ, Conwy United Kingdom | 1.6 miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: +44(1492)596868 | Fax: | Official Homepage
- EC/ Maestro/ Debit card
- Gay friendly
Top 9 Features
- Bathroom with bathtub,
- Bathroom with shower,
- Ironing board,
- Windows that open,
- Central heating,
- Electric kettle,
- Satellite TV,
- Small lounge,
- Room safe,
- Car park,
- Garden or park,
- Pets allowed,
- Indoor swimming pool,
- Non-smoking rooms,
- Deck chairs / Sun loungers,
- Towels at the pool / beach,
- Wellness Centre / Spa,
- WiFi in lobby
- Golf Course,
- Horse riding,
- Hiking trail
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