Historic Welsh hospitality landmark reopens following ‘huge’ redevelopment project


A hotel and pub in Llandudno has reopened after the completion of a huge redevelopment project.

The Gwesty Links is owned and operated by Manchester-based brewers JW Lees & Co and has now unveiled its new look following an extensive investment.

The bar area has been overhauled, with new furniture in the lounges, plus a conservatory extension with decked terrace has been introduced.

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The hotel’s 15 bedrooms have also been given an uplift.

JW Lees is a family brewery company which was founded in 1828. The company’s hospitality portfolio includes The Alderley Edge Hotel and The Trearddur Bay Hotel alongside Gwesty Links Hotel.

JW Lees is a sixth-generation family business which employs just over 1,200 people; 141 at the brewery and site in Middleton Junction in North Manchester and 865 in its 35 managed pubs, inns and hotels, as well as letting a further 115 tied pubs to self-employed tenants.

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