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Station Court

STATION COURT provides modern and spacious accommodation for stand-out training courses, meetings and bespoke events at the heart of Colwyn Bay. 

Extensively refurbished and renovated in 2014, the Grade II listed building offers five great value rooms in historic and impressive surroundings, combined with a fantastic food and drink offer from our friends at Porter’s Coffee Shop and Bistro — holders of a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

WANT TO FIND OUT MORE?  Click HERE to download and view our brochure

 

A great meeting and events venue at the heart of North Wales

All our rooms offer free wifi, Skype, conference calling, and hearing loop induction facilities.  Our IT and presentation equipment includes large, touchscreen monitors, SMART boards, projectors and whiteboards.  We offer full disabled access, with a lift to all floors.

Centrally situated on the North Wales coast and easily accessible from the A55 or by public transport, Station Court is within easy reach of plenty of all-day parking.

WANT TO MAKE A BOOKING?  Click HERE to make a enquiry by email or call us on 01492 523 825

 

Award-winning social enterprise

We’re part of the award-winning CAIS Social Enterprises, and are proud to trade in one of a small number of places across the country to have been recognised by Social Enterprise UK for their commitment to the sector. 

Any surplus generated by Station Court is reinvested in the valuable work of CAIS, a Llandudno-based registered charity and third sector service provider which empowers people who are having problems with addiction, adverse mental health, unemployment, offending and other life challenges to make positive lifestyle changes.

 

Contact us now

Get in touch to discuss your requirements!

stationcourt@cais.org.uk
01492 523 825

 


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