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The Colbourn Hotel

The hotel was built in 1892 and has been a hotel since 1905. It is just a stones throw from the beach. The sweep of coast from Rhos on Sea to Colwyn Bay has a seen a major transformation with new projects and attractions breathing new life into the resort.

We are a husband and wife team.

The hotel is on a quiet side street just off the promenade. The Toad hall restaurant is just around the corner and offer's some fine dining. More restaurants and pubs are all within a ten minute walk.

   Bed & Breakfast   

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        Colbourn Bed and Breakfast

Colbourn Bed and Breakfast offers accommodation in Colwyn Bay.

The rooms have a flat-screen TV, Fridge Tea and Coffee.  All rooms include a private  en-suite bathroom fitted with a shower. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.
To Book a Room

Please use the link below


The fine print
Children cannot be accommodated.
There is no capacity for extra beds or cots in the rooms.
This property will not accommodate Stag, Hen or similar party's.
Pets are not allowed.
Please note it is not possible to check in after 21.30.


Our Rooms





We offer a Continental breakfast.

Included in the room rate

Free Wifi


Wi Fi is free and available throughout the  Hotel

Sea view seating

The out side front porch offers great sea views

Daily Housekeeping


Housekeeping is available everyday


The beach is only a stones throw away.

Adults Only

Children cannot be accommodated.
There is no capacity for extra beds or cots in the rooms.



Out and about


Places to visit

        Welsh Mountain Zoo

Enter a world of natural wonder. As one of North Wales' top attractions, high above Colwyn Bay with panoramic views and breathtaking scenery, its beautiful gardens are home to this caring conservation zoo. 

Bodnant Gardens

Which is owned by the National Trust is one of the most spectacular and admired gardens in Britain.

Conwy Castle

Conwy Castle is located in the medieval walled town of Conwy and is open to the public as a visitor attraction throughout the year. The old town walls remain almost entirely intact and can still be walked on today.

Caernarfon Castle

Caernarfon Castle is recognised around the world as one of the greatest buildings of the Middle Ages. This fortress-palace on the banks of the River Seiont

Snowdon Railway

    The Snowdon Mountain Railway is a rack and pinion railway running from Llanberis in Wales, to the summit of Snowdon, at 3,560 ft the highest mountain in Wales. Operated by a mixture of steam and diesel locomotives.

St Trillos Chapel

Rhos-on-Sea a 25 min walk along the prom. This tiny building is thought to be the smallest church in the British Isles. It has enough seats for just six people.  Communion services are still held in the church.



My husband and I stayed for 3 night. Our twin room was big ,clean and quiet. The beds were very comfortable. We had very big bathroom with power shower. The hotel was clean and all was done according to Corona-virus requirements so we felt safe. The location was perfect, close to promenade, with beautiful gentle walking for miles. 

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