Celyn Villa Bed and Breakfast

A comfortable bed and a great breakfast are guarenteed at Celyn Villa bed and breakfast.  Celyn Villa is centrally placed between Chester and Snowdon overlooking the North Wales Coast. Ideal for mountain and coastal attractions as well as for exploring this lovely part of North Wales. With excellent road links to the A55 – you are assured of a warm welcome whether your visit is for business or pleasure. Celyn Villa is rated 4 star by the Welsh Tourist Board.
  • Three double rooms available, one can be a twin.
  • Evening meals available with notice
  • Tea, coffee, biscuits, Freeview TV, hairdryers, toiletries provided in all rooms
  • Large guest lounge with Freeview TV, DVDs, games and reading material
  • Wi Fi Internet Access (free)
  • Extensive supply of local information, maps and guides
  • Off road parking and secure lock up for cycles

Contact details


Contact: Paulene Ellis


When Celyn Villa was a Post Office back in the 40's and 50's; Emlyn Williams (the famous Welsh Thespian) used to visit his Aunt who ran the Post Office. There is also a Theatre named after him at Theatre Clwyd.....
It seems Celyn Villa has been receiving paying guests for over 100 years. In 1891 Mary Jones the then owner had two lodgers.
Celyn Villa allegedly has two resident ghosts; an old man who sits in the corner of the hall and a little girl who runs around the kitchen when Paulene is cooking …..

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The Crown
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