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w Nat. Tel. No. 13. Telegrams: "PWLLYCROCHAN," Colwyn Bay HIS Family Hotel is most beauti- fully situated in its own finely. wooded Park. n the Bay. of Colwyn, commanding news; within a ahort Drive of Conway and 1e.ndudno, and a few minutes to the eaoh and Station. A most desirable winter esidenoe, nicely sheltered, also heated through. out. Electric Light. Separate Tabks. POST HORSES AND CARRIAGES. BILLIARI)S, &c. LAWN TENNIS. GOLF. SEA:BATHING. PWLLYOROGHAN HOTEL. COLWYN BAY. (THE LATE RESIDENCE OF LADY EKSSKINE.) 17 COLWYN BAY HOTEL, N. WALES. LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY (HOLYHEAD LINE). Telegrams: Colwyn Bay Hotel, Colwyn Bay. Nat. Telephone No. o. —i, „ —^ Excellent service of Express Trains from Manchester, >• v • | Liverpool, Midland Counties and the Soutn | Delightfully situated on the border of the Bay, within a few minutes' walk of the Colwyn Bay Railway Station. I A COFFEE ROOM, DRAWING ROOM, LOUNGE & BILLIARD > J*j|L b • N-I?k ''Xt ROOM on the Ground Floor, overlooking the Bay. ELECTRIC LIGHT THROUGHOUT. j "r • •' "i" <^jjjC The private grounds and terraces form an attractive promecade for visitors. J» j- «j>y v "S^Ir- ">m" Hotel Porter in Scarlet Uniform meets all trains. STABLBS & COACH HOUSE. MOTOR GARAGE WITH PiT jjrsff'si "v/* This Hotel has been officially appointed by the Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland. j. ij, .| During the Season, COACHES start from the Hotel to y~ Bettws y-Coed, Llandudno, Conway Castle and other places <■ of interest in the district. -4. • COLWYN BAY AS A WINTER RESORT. ■" > *> '• Jt *> «.• Is strongly recommended by eminent Medical Men .m'.r the mildness and dryness of its climate. A REDUCED WINTER TARIFF. 18 MISS THORPE, Manageress. "I TELEGRAMS: "lV{ETROPOLR. COLWYN BAY." ■ :H<jrt5«B53L NATIONALTiF.EPEFITONE: No. iSS. COLWYN BAY, FIRST CLASS. One Minute's walk from Railway StatiOtl and two from Promenade and Pavilion. PERFECT SANITATION. SPACIOUS PUBLIC ROOMS. DRAWING, WRITING, AND SMOKE ROOMS. LOUNGE. ROOM. DINING ROOMS (Separate Tables)" EXCELLENT CUISINE. BALLS, DINNERS, AND RECEPTIONS CATERED FOR. ? i 3 j j | Electric Light and Bells throughout. STOCK ROONLIS. MOTORGARAGE NEAR Hotel Porters meet trains. Manageress, MISS GRISDALE. 19 CONTWAir, OAKWOOD PARK HOTEL. The most daintily equipped in the Principality. IS-Hole Golf Links, laid out by Alex. Herd. Play every day. Beautifully situated -N-'I-T hWJI"P- < on the Old Coach Road <yj(. t half-way between Con- v way and the head Jt X&* the Sychnant Pass, "$SS £ Elevated and bracing Jt X&* "$SS £ Elevated and bracing1 | position. Mountain and 1 t w* 1 ^4"; s A r Sea breeze from three points of the compass. J V? > < 1 it Tennis, bowling green Ai? W*rtl 1^ and billiards. S;}J ^hTouphoufht *> ^4* Alfresco Afternoon Tea. 011 <s?>* < j. Oakwood Park Lawns <v 1 *.wv. f I ■> Hotel 'Bus meets -I J\ V < ^'V Traius- 1 1 *■* "■ Telegrams: A "OAKWOOD, CONWAY Telephone No. as. Mrs. BAILEY, MANAGERESS. LOCKYER'S PRIVATE HOTEL, MARINE ROAD, COLWYN BAY. i; Old shed. TANDING in its own grounds, within two MiDutes' walk of the Sea, near the Pwllycrochan Woods, in the West end of Colwyn B.-ty, the Bournerriouth of North Wales. Special Terms for Winter' Season. Under personal managemeut of MR. MRS. LOCKYER. TelephoBe No. 0187. Telegrams: LOCKYER, COLWYN BAY 22 -0- 8" Q cc 7 .(') t:'Q'S" I !g- p (j p f-o; .II z r-i'[ Q a z ø -< fftl z õ! @ l"-g ';Iff- Tim MD J. FRED FRANCIS, m wWS, COLWYN BAY. SUCCESSOR TO EDWIN JONES.) *3 MARSDEN & CO., Tailors, Breeches and Livery Makers, Ladies' Costumiers, and Undertakers, VAUGHAN STREET, LLANDUDNO. TERMS-5 percent discount for Cash. Mourning Orders Completed in 24 Hours. ik v J. DICKEN & SONS, House Furnishers, &e. CHEAPEST HOUSES IN THE DISTRICT. Largest Selection Linoleums, Cork, English &:Foreign Carpets, &c. Bedroom Suites a Speciality Yangton Street, Llandudno. Tf Station Road, Colwyn Bay, FURNITURE REMOVERS AND UNDERTAKERS. o

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