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VALUATIONS HOTELS AND GUEST HOUSES

VALUATIONS HOTELS AND GUEST HOUSES

LLANDUDNO. CentraL Boarding House In excellent letting area and in good condition throughout. Accommodation consists of 7 Bedrooms; Lounge; Dining Room; Living Kitchen and usual offices Reasonable price. Details on request.
May 9, 1974 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
LLANDDULAS. Excellently situated GENERAL STORES/FANCY GOODS being part of a Double-Fronted Detached Bungalow. Sales area with Window Display, Deep Freeze.

LLANDDULAS. Excellently situated GENERAL STORES/FANCY GOODS being part of a Double-Fronted Detached Bungalow. Sales area with Window Display, Deep Freeze.

Glazed Display Cabinet, Wall Fixtures and Fittings, etc. Side Entrance to: Hall; Lounge; Kitchen/Diner; 2 Bedrooms; Bathroom. FREEHOLD. Stock approx. £1,500. PRICE: Business, £3.700; Property, £12,500. Audited Accounts available.
May 9, 1974 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
RESIDENTIAL.

RESIDENTIAL.

LLANDUDNO. Well planned Semi-Detached Haase situated in a select area of Llandudno. It enjoys a sunny aspect and excellent views. Accommodation: Porch; Spacious Entrance Hall; Lounge; Dining Room; Kitchen; 3 Bedrooms; Sep. W C.; Bathroom with modern suite. Garage. Neat gardens f
May 9, 1974 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
PLOT OF LAND required for Detached Bungalow. approx. 60ft. frontage; coastal area preferred. Tel. Llanfairfechan 680186 after 6 D.M. 20

PLOT OF LAND required for Detached Bungalow. approx. 60ft. frontage; coastal area preferred. Tel. Llanfairfechan 680186 after 6 D.M. 20

LAND wanted with permission for one bungalow: prefer one or more acres. but would accept large: prefer isolated. TeL Bangor 2173. 20
May 9, 1974 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
PENRHYN BEACH

PENRHYN BEACH

SHOWHOUSE OPENING SHORTLY Occupying o magnificent situation on A 546, between Llandudno and Colwyn Bov, in the lee of the Little Orme. 3 & 4 BED. DET. PROPERTIES from E 14,500 All enquiries to Soles Office, open Saturday and Sunday. and Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p
May 9, 1974 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
ABERCONWY BOROUGH COUNCIL

ABERCONWY BOROUGH COUNCIL

With the approval of the Staff Commission, applications are invited from suitably experienced and qualified local government officers in England except London) and Wales for the following appointments in the Aberconwy Borough Council whose area is situated on the fringe of the S
May 9, 1974 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
There's a fit choice in every grade

There's a fit choice in every grade

IN THESE days, more than ever, buying a new carpet is a big consideration in any family budget. but at least everyone purchasing a British woven carpet gets a builtin consolation in that they can be sure of buying quality something for the future. A carpet bought today will stil
May 9, 1974 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Romania is the name of this off-white Axminster carpet with its leaf motifs in various shades of green. It is from the Lazes range of Quale Carpets Ltd., and the grading is heavy domestic use. It is available in 27 ins., 31; ins. and 12 ft. broadloom widths.

Romania is the name of this off-white Axminster carpet with its leaf motifs in various shades of green. It is from the Lazes range of Quale Carpets Ltd., and the grading is heavy domestic use. It is available in 27 ins., 31; ins. and 12 ft. broadloom widths.

into the trap of unsuitable from room to room. A couple use. Their labelling system who are b ot h out at wor k a ll puts products from leading day, and have no children. Axminster and Wilton firms would find a general grade into five categories according quite suitable for the
May 9, 1974 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Maryland Home takes the again to Wales honours WHAT WITH 'Gwalch' (D. Upright) gaily sailing backwards down to Conwy and

Maryland Home takes the again to Wales honours WHAT WITH 'Gwalch' (D. Upright) gaily sailing backwards down to Conwy and

Acushla (J. C. Byrom) and Maryland (C. H. Bell) throwing lines to passing off-shore yachts for a tow to the estuary. Conwy One designs were grateful for a delayed start for Conway Yacht Club's second race of the season. A FORMER Rhos-on-Sea woman is returning to North Wales late
May 9, 1974 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
PETITION

PETITION

Both the N.F.S.A. and W.F.S.A. have been campaigning for many months now against a Private Bill in Parliament which seeks powers to construct a container terminal on land between Portland Harbour and the Chesil Bank. All organised angling associations are now calling fnr as many
May 9, 1974 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales