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Seaside hotel in Wales where guests mocked dining room 'Pot Noodle display' up for sale for £400,000

A real-life Fawlty Towers hotel where guests have mocked the complimentary tap water and the Pot Noodle displays is up for sale for £400,000.

The Llandudno Hotel on the North Wales coast has been savaged by reviewers on TripAdvisor and will be available for less than the price of many one-bedroom flats in London.

A real-life Fawlty Towers hotel where guests have mocked the complimentary tap water and the Pot Noodle displays is up for sale for £400,000

The Llandudno Hotel on the North Wales coast has been savaged by reviewers on TripAdvisor and will be available for less than the price of a one-bedroom flat in London

Guests mocked the hotel for being just like Basil Fawlty's notorious guesthouse with savage reviews about the service

One reviewer said it was an 'awful' experience and commented on the 'complimentary tap water', adding 'the Pot Noodle display topped it off'.

Another wrote about the 12-bedroom guesthouse: 'Fawlty Towers comes to mind.' 

One guest offered a more positive review of their stay, saying they had a 'very good experience' at the hotel which had some 'really nice touches'.  

The hotel in North Wales sits in the centre of a seaside resort just like the eponymous hotel in John Cleese's classic sitcom. 

The Llandudno was originally a pub called the George and the Dragon which opened in the 1830s before it became a hotel in 1842. 

One reviewer said it was an 'awful' experience and commented on the 'complimentary tap water', adding 'the Pot Noodle display topped it off'

One guest offered a more positive review of their stay, saying they had a 'very good experience' at the hotel which had some 'really nice touches'

The hotel in North Wales sits in the centre of a seaside resort just like the eponymous hotel in John Cleese's classic sitcom

The resort has suffered during the pandemic but there has recently been a huge influx of visitors heading to the popular holiday destination.

Agent Edward Mellor said this makes it a good investment opportunity for its new owner. 

The online auction takes place on October 27.

A spokesman for the hotel told the Daily Post it was in a great location and had massive potential.

He added: 'This could be a real success story for someone in Llandudno.' 

The hotel has not responded to requests for a comment about the sale. 

The resort has suffered during the pandemic but there has recently been a huge influx of visitors heading to the popular holiday destination

Agent Edward Mellor said it is a good investment opportunity for its new owner and has great potential in a popular resort destination

Families staying at the 12 bedroom guesthouse joked they were offered 'complimentary tap water' during their stay

The hotel was originally a pub called the George and the Dragon which opened in the 1830s before it became a hotel in 1842