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The Quay Hotel & Spa

Deganwy Quay, Deganwy, Conwy, LL31 9DJ

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The Quay Hotel & Spa

Deganwy Quay, Deganwy, Conwy, LL31 9DJ

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Set on the Conwy Estuary, this waterside hotel with sleek interiors is 8 minutes' walk from the Deganwy railway station, 1.9 miles from the 13th-century Conwy Castle and 3 miles from the more Victorian resort town of Llandudno.

Stylish rooms with elegant furnishings feature ensuite bathrooms, Egyptian cotton linens, tea and coffee making facilities, plus free Wi-Fi. Some rooms offer balconies or terraces, plus water views. Suites have lounge areas with floor-to-ceiling windows and sofa beds. Of the 4 penthouses, 2 come with whirlpool bath and the hotel also offered 24/7 in-room dining.

Amenities include a chic restaurant, a bar with a terrace, and a spa with an indoor pool.


The Quay Hotel & Spa is part of the following Inspirations:

Top 10 Places to Dine by the Water by Andy Lynes

"Ask for a table on the terrace at the hotel’s chic, contemporary Ebb and Flow restaurant that overlooks the Conwy Estuary on the North Wales coast with fabulous views of the Conwy Mountains and UNESCO heritage site of Conwy Castle. Locally caught seafood dishes might include whole grilled mackerel, sea vegetables and anchovy, parmentiere potatoes and spring onion. You can’t visit Wales without sampling the local lamb, which here might be served as a roasted rump with braised gem, fondant potato, asparagus, tender stem broccoli and jus."

Britain's Best Coastal Hotels by Adrian Mourby

"Most British seaside resorts are Victorian. Some are pre-Victorian ports that were rapidly adapted to service the 19th-century mania for seabathing and Kiss-Me-Quick walks on the pier. But Deganwy is different from being a new, late 20th century resort development.

The name Deganwy probably comes from the Welsh Dinas-Gonwy (fortified town on the River Conwy) but its castle was demolished by avenging Welsh Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffydd in 1263 and all that remains today are ruins.

The town’s marina and its lovely new Quay Hotel are actually built on wharves that were constructed in the nineteenth century for the purpose of exporting North Walian slate by steamboat. Given the impassable nature of Snowdonia’s roads at the time, slate was brought by rail from Blaenau Ffestiniog to be shipped out around the British Isles. So while many towns around the British coastline were becoming resorts, Deganwy was industrialising. In the twentieth century when the slate industry decline the wharves fell into disrepair but then plans were laid for a marina with housing on the abandoned site and modern hotel accommodation was planned too. The presence of a railway station with connections to Manchester Piccadilly meant that Deganwy, once a fortress and thereafter an industrial port, could become an attractive new resort on the Welsh coast. Today its hotel terrace offers a tranquil spot to sit and enjoy a drink as the sun sets over the Irish Sea."

Hotels with sea views by Kate Simon

"Pull up a chair on a private balcony at one of four penthouse suites available to book at this 74-room hotel. Drink in the views of the Conwy Estuary and Conwy's ancient castle, made magical at night by its illuminations. Inside, these opulent rooms have been recently refreshed - redecorated and refurnished with king-size beds and oval Whirlpool baths with integrated televisions."

Ten Historic Hotels in the North West by Adrian Mourby

"Deganwy’s history goes back at least to the sixth century when a fortress was built here by Maelgwn, King of Gwynedd. Several more castles were built down the ages and Deganwy was briefly the stronghold of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, the last Welsh prince of Wales. In the nineteenth century the quayside and wharves were built here connected by rail to Blaenau Ffestiniog for the purpose of exporting Welsh slate by coastal steamer all round England and Wales."

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Information on The Quay Hotel & Spa , Deganwy Quay , Deganwy , Conwy

No. of bedrooms: Total: 74        
Types of room: Classic, Executive, Suites, Penthouses
Room rates guide: Single:  £120.00-£285.00
Double/Twin:  £175.00-£215.00
Suites:  £225.00-£285.00
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General info: Credit Cards Accepted:  Amex, Delta, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Solo, Visa
When Closed:  Open all year
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly:  No
Smoking Permitted:  No
Wheelchair Access:  Yes
Wheelchair Access Details: 4 fully equipped disabled rooms available

Room facilities: Direct dial telephone, Interactive TV, LCD flat screen TV, Broadband internet access, complimentary wifi internet access, Hairdryer, in-room safe, private outside terrace area or balcony, Luxury toiletries, trouser press, Room service, complimentary bottled mineral water, butler tray
General facilities: Terrace, 7 treatment rooms, Sauna, Spa, Steam room, Swimming pool, hydrotherapy pool, Fully equipped fitness suite, Award-winning fine dining in The Vue Restaurant, Lounge bar with outdoor terrace area offering alfresco dining, Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions, 3 meeting rooms, Conference facilities, For up to 120 delegates theatre style, Complimentary wifi internt access throughout the hotel, Private dining, over 100 free car parking spaces, concierge service, 24 hour reception, porter service
Activities nearby: A selection of nearby award winning golf clubs including the award winning Conwy Golf club, which is the home for the Ryder Cup Wales Seniors Open for the past two years and the venue for the prestigious European Amateur Team Championship during July 2009 and Maesdu Golf Club, offering 18 excellent holes of mixed links and parkland both with breathtaking views of the sea and mountains, Clean sandy beaches, White water rafting, Excellent famous walks including Aber falls and Snowdonia, Fishing by arrangement, Llandudno ski slope, tree tops adventure, Conwy rib adventure
Local directions: From the North - Begin your journey on the M56 following signs for North Wales to motorway conclusion. Join the A5117, then A494. At Ewloe this road then becomes the A55. Continue on the A55 to Junction 18 signposted Conwy. Follow the signs for Conwy/Deganwy. Go straight over two more roundabouts following the signs for the A546 – Deganwy. From the South - Take the M6 to Junction 20 to the M56 North Wales/Chester. On the M56 following signs for North Wales to motorway conclusion. Join the A5117, then A494. At Ewloe this road then becomes the A55. Continue on the A55 to Junction 18 signposted Conwy. Follow the signs for Conwy/Deganwy. Go straight over two more roundabouts following the signs for the A546 – Deganwy.
Nearest major city:
Nearest major airport:
Bangor (20 miles) (28 mins)
Liverpool (66 miles) (1 hour, 25 mins) , Manchester (74 miles) (1 hour, 20 mins)

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Review of The Quay Hotel & Spa

Posted on by Paula BCustomer stayed Mar 2015

Very friendly staff, room was beautiful with incredible views - food fabulous. Can't fault and will return.

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Posted on by Geoffrey DCustomer stayed Jun 2014

Excellent lunch, very friendly service. Great views over Conwy (River, Castle and town).

Review of The Quay Hotel & Spa

Posted on by A LCustomer stayed Mar 2013

Hospitality, spa, restaurant overall service was amazing. Staff were superb. I would recommend to all to have a visit. A real hotel. Fantastic.

Review of The Quay Hotel & Spa

Posted on by Barbara TCustomer stayed Nov 2012

This was my second stay at this hotel. I was impressed on the first visit and was not disappointed on this occasion either. The location is simply superb, go for an estuary facing room and you will be thrilled by the magnificent views, both during the day and at night when you can see an illuminated Conwy Castle close by.
The staff are friendly and efficient, the dining experience is excellent and I can recommend the Spa treatments.


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