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Holiday Accommodation for 4 people in Conwy

We have found 2 properties to book, based on your search for Holiday Accommodation which sleeps at least 4 in Conwy, County of Conwy, Wales.

  • B&B in County of Conwy, Wales
    Glyn Isa 17th Century Country House B&B in Snowdonia

    B&B in Conwy, County of Conwy, Wales

    Glyn Isa Country house dates back to 1626 and is set in 15 acres of mature gardens and land at the foothills of the Conwy mountains, Snowdonia National park, just 3 miles from medi...

    £ 78.00 - £ 100.00 per night

    Sleeps: 6

  • B&B in County of Conwy, Wales
    Gwynfryn B&B Guest House Conwy North Wales Coast

    B&B in Conwy, County of Conwy, Wales

    Gwynfryn Bed and Breakfast is a large Victorian house which has been lovingly restored into a 'Visit Wales' 4 Star Boutique Guest House offering beautifully accommodation within th...

    £ 27.50 - £ 40.00 pppn

    Sleeps: 12

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Holiday Accommodation for 4 people in Conwy, County of Conwy, Wales - Places to Stay

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