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Wales' biggest seaside resort, Llandudno is the perfect place to go for a traditional British seaside family holiday or a quirky romantic getaway. The town straddles a peninsula with long beaches on either side and an enormous (and romantic) seaside promenade, while the 19th century pier, lined with shops and arcade games, is the epitome of a quintessential British seaside resort. Developed as an upmarket holiday town for Victorians, it still retains its authentic 19th century grandeur, and boasts a number of fascinating museums, art galleries and prehistoric sites. Conveniently nestled just beside the near-wilderness of Snowdonia and the Great Orme it is also a perfect base for hikers and bikers. The best places to stay in Llandudno are all small boutiques that offer intimacy and authenticity above all else.
What not to miss
- Explore the protected park of the Great Orme - a large limestone headland staring out to the Isle of Anglesey.
- Hike through the wild rugged landscape of Snowdonia.
- Take a walk along the romantic seaside promenade at sunset.
- Visit the Mostyn Gallery and admire the works of art on display.
- Take a guided tour of the largest prehistoric mine found anywhere in the world.
- Immerse yourself in the world of WW2 at the Home Front Museum, a living piece of history.
- Take the cable car or tramway up to the Great Orme and drink in the enchanting views.
Picturesque, quaint and seemingly stuck in a time warp of the late 19th century, Llandudno is the perfect place to go for a quirky, yet traditional, romantic break. Browse our list of the best places to stay in Llandudno to start planning your trip.
The best places to stay in Llandudno
Value for money
- Escape Boutique B&B: set in a traditional Victorian seaside villa, this charming and stylish B&B offers snug and intimate urban-styled rooms adorned with fun splashes of colour. Perfect for couples, as no children under 10 are allowed.
- Osborne House Hotel: in an old Victorian townhouse, this charming 5* boutique sits on the seafront. The stylish rooms are adorned with antiques and artworks. A great starting point for exploring the area. Families will enjoy the spacious family suite. Trendy, intimate and in an enviable position. Divine.
For an apartment or cottage
- Our partner Booking.com has a wide range of villas and apartments in the nearby area.
- The best time to go is during the summer when the temperature ranges between 11 and 20 degrees.
- Fly to Liverpool, and get a train to Helby (the Chester train) from where you change for Llandudno.
- If you want to rent a car we recommend contacting our partner Rentalcars.
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Best Hotels in Llandudno
Osborne House Hotel 6 rooms from £125Llandudno, Conwy
Victorian townhouse now 5* boutique on the Llandudno's seafront. The listed building houses antiques and fine art works in all rooms. Suites are comfortable with sea views. Continental breakfast to start the day, lunch and dinner at the casual cafe. A beautiful find in the Welsh countryside.Local exploring - Whether your interest lies at land or sea Osborne House is the perfect base for exploring this beautiful part of the country.Value chic - Lavish old world feel without the prohibative price tag- think marble fireplaces, fluted pillars and antique furnishings.Swimming Pool - Indoor pool at the Empire Hotel is avaliable to guests at Osborne House.Sights nearby - The worlds largest Bronze Age Copper Mine are located in the Great OrmeRecommended by - Good Hotel Guide
Escape Boutique B&B 9 rooms from £89Llandudno
Boutique B&B in small seaside town. Urban interior within a traditional Victorian villa. Rooms with all mod-cons.Restrictions on children - No children under 10 years.Designer - Uniquely designed interiors.Seaside - Ideal for a seaside holiday.Recommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, Good Hotel Guide