Welsh Commercial Property of the Month: Warwick Hotel, Llandudno

This week’s Welsh Commercial Property of the Week comes from North Wales Estate Agents Peter Large.

‘The Warwick Hotel’ is a 19th Century three storey fourteen bedroom period property which stands in a prominent, elevated position, positioned just beneath the Great Orme in Llandeilo.

The residence has been owned by the same family since 1942 and has been tastefully presented throughout with period décor.

The hotel benefits from regular repeat business and is also registered with popular holiday lettings site booking.com.  It boasts an impressive 3 Star Rating, awarded by Visit Wales.

The property enjoys extensive views over the Victorian Resort town of Llandudno and the North Wales coastline.

The hotel is within a short distance of the town centre, Llandudno Pier and the attractive promenade. There are well manicured gardens and raised veranda to the front and off road parking for several vehicles. The interior offers; fourteen en suite bedrooms, guest dining room approx. 50 covers, guest lounge, guest lounge/ cocktail bar, kitchen and owners accommodation.

This substantial property offers scope for further expansion and agents recommend prompt internal viewing to appreciate the opportunity on offer.

OUTSIDE To the front is forecourt parking suitable for four/five vehicles with steps leading to the front of the property. Mature, well manicured gardens to the front and raised veranda Pedestrian access to the rear with private garage facility, a range of outside stores with a slated enclosed court yard and patio area.

DIRECTIONS From our office turn right onto Madoc Street. At the junction turn right onto Lloyd Street. At the crossroads turn left onto Mostyn Street. Continue straight ahead at the roundabout. At the top of Mostyn Street at The Empire turn left onto Church Walks. Continue along and the property can be found on the right hand side.

SERVICES Mains electric, gas, water and drainage are all believed available or connected at the property. All services and appliances are all believed available or connected at the property.

About the area

Llandudno is a coastal town in north Wales, and was a popular Victorian resort known for North Shore Beach and 19th-century Llandudno Pier, with shops and a games arcade.

In contrast to the seaside resort, Northwest of town sits the Great Orme, a limestone headland. Referred to as Cyngreawdr Fynydd by the 12th-century poet Gwalchmai ap Meilyr, its English name derives from the Old Norse word for sea serpent and sees cliffs from the headland jutting into the sea. Ancient tunnels lead to a cavern at Great Orme Mines.

A 1902 tramway has an upper and lower section, and travels to the headland’s summit. To the east, smaller headland Little Orme is an unspoiled nature reserve.

The region is popular with families and visitors of all ages and the hotel represents an excellent business opportunity for the right owner.

The agent is inviting offers around £525,000.  To book a viewing, please contact the agents Peter Large on 01492 873854.


Calling Estate Agents: we are looking for commercial business properties to consider for June’s commercial property of the month.

To be considered, please email news@newsfromwales.co.uk with a link to your commercial property suggestions.  We will choose one property from those submitted, the property must be located in Wales.  The winner will be chosen by 31 May and published on News from Wales.

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