A four-star hotel in the heart of Llandudno, north Wales has undergone an extensive refurbishment project, following the acquisition of an adjacent building last year after securing a £500,000 finance facility from HSBC UK.

Known for its quality cuisine, warmth and hospitality, the Dunoon Hotel in Llandudno (established in 2002) has used the six-figure funding to completely restore and fit-out the 12,000 sq.ft. derelict building next door. The refurbishment has created an additional 18 luxury rooms to meet rising demand for the high-end hotel experience, whilst preserving the part of the hotel that locals already know and love.

The works started in early 2019 and are expected to be complete this month. The new refurbishment will create a further five jobs, adding to the Victorian seaside town’s rich tourism economy.

Dining room at The Dunoon Hotel, Llandudno
One of the new bedrooms at The Dunoon Hotel
Luxury rooms at The Dunoon Hotel

The original hotel prides itself on its individuality and high-quality offering. The rooms have all been completed with attention to detail and with an eye for a luxury finish. Adding an additional 18 rooms will allow the well-loved hotel to meet its popular demand.

The family-run hotel is proud to have already been awarded two AA rosettes for culinary excellence in 2019, a Visit Wales Gold Award and Go North Wales Tourism Hotel of the year in 2018. 

The Dunoon Hotel has 66 rooms and offers reduced rates for groups throughout the season. To book and for more information, visit the Dunoon Hotel website.

I’m very pleased and proud to be on the home straight after spending the last year reviving the derelict property next door to The Dunoon, which means we no longer need to turn people away due to a lack of space! The funding from HSBC UK has been instrumental in helping us provide a new, high-end offer to people who love travelling, as well as helping us realise our ambitions of growing our family-run business. We’re really excited to officially open the building in February 2020.”

Published 7 February 2020

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