A magazine advert for the Colwyn Bay Hotel

The above advertisement reads:

This Hotel, recently enlarged is delightfully situated in the midst of Grand and Varied Scenery, within a few minutes walk of the Colwyn Bay Railway Station.
It is fitted up with every regard to comfort and convenience, and its PROMENADE and TERRACES command splendid views.
The Coffee Room and Ladies Drawing Room are on the ground floor, overlooking the Bay and Terraces

TheBilliard-Room and the Smoke Room are also on the ground floor.
The bathing is excellent, and the Hot and Cold
SEAWATER BATHS
in the Hotel are arranged most comfortably
Colwyn Bay is strongly recommended by eminent Medical Men for the mildness and dryness of its climate.
The Hotel Porters, in uniform, attend the Trains, and remove luggage to and from the Hotel free of charge.
STABLES, with loose boxes, and lock up Coach House, in connection with the Hotel

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The Colwyn Bay Hotel was built around 1872 and was demolished to make way for a block of flats

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