I have often fancied stay at St. Tudno but not anymore! During our winter stay in Llandudno in 2008, my wife and I were heading back to our hotel when we spotted the 'Bar & Restaurant Open To The Public' sign outside the St. Tudno. "Great!", I thought. "Fancy a quick drink in St. Tudno?", I asked my wife. "Why not?", my wife replied. So, in we went. It was very nice and cosy as we entered the bar area. Nicely decorated with a roaring fire to boot! Very cosy indeed. We approached the bar and we're greeted by a very friendly barman. He took our drink order and started to pour. All of a sudden, a rather large female ambassador for St. Tudno asked us if we were staying at the hotel. We said we were not and we were just coming in for a drink. "The bar is for guests only.", said the large lady. "It says open to the public outside.", I replied. "Well, it's not! Please go!", she said. Shocked, we did. No point in arguing. Why on Earth would we want to drink there after that? We were dressed very smartly, having just been to restaurant, so I really have no idea why she saw fit to treat us in such a manner. Needless to say that this put us off ever staying at St. Tudno. Perhaps she didn't like my tie.
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