Karden House is a great choice for a stay in Llandudno. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and free full breakfast is available daily. There's a terrace, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Pros: Welcoming hosts, good food, good faciliities in a quiet location but near town. Would recommend.
Pros: I appreciated the homely environment, friendliness and helpfulness of the owner, the clean and comfortable facilities.
Cons: A minor point only, I thought the breakfast sausages were poor. Otherwise no ptoblems.
Pros: A charming guest house with helpful staff and magnificent breakfast.The guest house is idearly placed for all of Llandudno
Cons: Every thing was good
Pros: The greeting was friendly and good advice on where to get an evening meal. The breakfast provided was good.
Cons: The room was a little too small with nowhere to write postcards/notes etc. Parking provided was limited.
Pros: The Hotel was warm and welcoming. The room was spotlessly clean and beds very comfortable. The breakfast was excellent with all you could eat.A lovely hotel not far from shops and seafront would highly recommend.
Cons: No complaints
Pros: The man was very calm warm and friendly. The food was excellent and the rooms first class. A peaceful haven of pleasure
Cons: There was nothing about which I could complain.
Pros: The made to feel you welcome by the hosts
Pros: Friendly staff; excellent English breakfast; beautiful, comfortable, immaculate room; convenient to sightseeing attractions and train.
Pros: Homeliness / friendly
Pros: Cosy and comfortable
Cons: There was nothing that we disliked
Bodnant Guest House offers stylish and contemporary accommodation in a beautiful Victorian house that retains many original features. We are located on a peaceful road just a few minutes walk from the train station, beach and town centre with its range of cafes, restaurants and pubs. The theatre and conference centre are also within easy walking distance. All rooms are well maintained and have luxury toiletries and well stocked hospitality trays including homemade biscuits. Free WIFI is provided and rooms have flat screen TVs and digital radio alarm clocks. All rooms are non-smoking. Children over 10 years old are welcome. Breakfast uses locally sourced ingredients where possible and if you feel like an alternative to a full cooked breakfast, we usually have at least one special on the menu. Bodnant Guest House is ideally located to explore the surrounding area of Snowdonia and it s many attractions including castles and National Trust properties such as Bodnant Gardens, Penrhyn Castle and Plas Newydd. We are situated close to the North Wales Coastal Cycle Path and the area is fantastic for those who like walking. There are two off road parking spaces at the guest house plus free parking on the street.
Beside the magnificent Great Orme, Bron Orme Private Hotel offers hearty breakfasts and elegant rooms. Guests can relax in the leafy gardens with wonderful views of Llandudno Bay. The bright and airy bedrooms at Bron Orme each have a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee facilities. All rooms feature a private modern bathroom with a hairdryer, and ironing facilities are provided. Traditional full Welsh breakfasts are served daily in the spacious dining room, with light continental options also available. Just 1,641 feet from the lively seafront, Bron Orme Private Hotel is a 10-minute walk from Llandudno Pier. Free parking is available nearby, and Snowdonia National Park is a 15-minute drive away.
The Ascot House is a cute, Bed and Breakfast and the owners are wonderful. You are treated as though you are their personal guests. They go out of their way to make sure that you are comfortable and to help you with your trip. The location (two blocks from the beach and a short walk to downtown) is perfect.
Pros: I don't know which I liked the best-the breakfast or the comfortable room!
Situated in Llandudno, this guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of Llandudno Swimming Centre, North Shore Beach, and Bodafon Farm Park. Mostyn Gallery and Tina Holley Gallery are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Just 493 feet from the beach, Beach Cove is a 4-star guest house 5 minutes' walk from Llandudno centre. Cooked breakfasts include kippers and a full traditional or vegetarian breakfast. Rooms at the Beach Cove Bed and Breakfast feature a TV, radio and bathroom with a shower. Some have four-poster beds and sea views. The dining room offers a selection of breakfasts, including fresh fruit and cereal or cooked options. Special diets can be catered for; please inform Beach Cove when booking. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. Great Orme Country Park and Llandudno' main shopping area are both within 15 minutes' walk. Llandudno Pier and the Parade are 5 minutes away. Snowdonia National Park, Conwy Railway Station and town centre are 15 minutes' drive away.
The 4-star Clovelly guesthouse offers accommodations with breakfast included 300 feet from Llandudno's seafront and award-winning beaches. The lively center of town is less than a 5 minute walk away. All of the bright, charming bedrooms have a flat-screen cable TV and DVD player, free Wi-Fi and free tea and coffee. Some have sea or pier views or a luxurious four-poster bed. On the North Wales coast, Llandudno is a traditional picturesque seaside resort. Its famous Victorian pier is just a 5 minute walk from The Clovelly. The Clovelly has a comfortable lounge and residents-only bar, and serves a full English breakfast each morning in the traditional dining room. For evening dining, there are restaurants just a few meters away.
Located near a train station, The Empire Hotel & Spa is a great choice for a stay in Llandudno. You can visit the spa to be pampered with hot stone massages, facials, or aromatherapy, and Watkins, one of 2 restaurants, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. An indoor pool and an outdoor pool are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer up nice touches like premium bedding and bathrobes.
Tir y Coed Country House is a haven of peace and tranquillity, nestled in over an acre of mature landscaped gardens. On the edge of Rowen, one of the Conwy Valley's most delightful villages, the Tir y Coed is within the boundaries of the Snowdonia National Park. The far-reaching views from Rowen extend to the magnificent mountains beyond. The medieval walled town of Conwy is just 4 miles away, as is the coast. The house has many large windows, filling it with a warm, bright and welcoming light. All of the bedrooms are beautifully appointed and individually designed, with luxurious fabrics and attention to detail ensuring that each room becomes the perfect retreat. All rooms have a TV, refreshment tray, clock radio and an immaculate en suite bathroom or shower room.
Idyllic oasis next to Snowdonia National Park surrounded by rolling farmland and under two miles from the ancient, lovely town of Conwy. Something out of a Welsh novel. As good as you can get!! A REAL b&b. Jolly good show!
Pros: Wow. Location, management, staff all splendid and engaging. Pool was an unexpected plus. Did I say 'wow'?
Cons: Safe wouldn't open which we discovered right before bed and we were worried about getting our passports out for next-day trip. Owner should inform guests of their erratic nature or remove them. Place is quite secure anyway. Owner sees to that!
Enjoy your visit to Conwy with a stay at Sychnant Pass Country House. After having fun at the indoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Other highlights at this luxurious guest house include a fitness center, a spa tub, and a sauna.
When visiting Llandudno, Escape Boutique B&B is a great choice to consider. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast available daily. Other highlights at this luxurious bed & breakfast include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and premium bedding.
Cons: The hotel had a wedding going on and it was extremely loud until 2 am and we could not sleep. on top of that, several guests had a stomach bug and were throwing up. We checked out one night early and the hotel refused to refund our second night.
Situated on the bay, Imperial Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Llandudno. You can indulge in massages, body wraps, or aromatherapy, and grab a bite to eat at Chantreys, which serves British cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. There's an indoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale hotel get the details right with bathrobes and slippers.
Welcome to the Craig-Ard Hotel, one of the few remaining hotels that meets the criteria to retain the 3 Stars. Most centrally situated in Llandudno. Set in a tree lined avenue leading to the lower slopes of the Great Orme. The hotel is ideally situated for the Llandudno beaches, pier and two minutes level walk to the extensive shopping facilities. We are a family run metro hotel operating under the personal supervision of the proprietors and offers special standards of service and surroundings with unwavering attention to detail. We pride ourselves on superb cusine with special diets catered for in our delightfully decorated dining room with seperate tables within a pleasant setting. The hotel is licensed, centrally heated throughout and has it s own CAR PARK. All of our individually designed and tastefully decorated bedrooms have en-suite facilities, dial direct telephone, Flatscreen TV and FREE wireless internet access. We have three ground floor bedrooms for those who prefer them. If you wish to add a touch of luxury to your stay then why not stay in our newly refurbished Four Poster and Super King size bedded rooms. The Craig-Ard is a metro hotel with a tradition for warm friendly service, now delightfully blended with the comfort of the modern day, with our aim in giving all our guests an excellent holiday in a relaxed environment.
Situated in Llandudno, this hotel is steps from Seilo Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Llandudno Museum, and Great Orme Tramway. Gloddaeth United Church and Home Front Museum are also within 5 minutes.
A great choice for a stay in Conwy, Quay Hotel and Spa features a marina. Guests can visit the spa to indulge in deep-tissue massages, aromatherapy, or hydrotherapy, and local cuisine is served at The Grill Room Restaurant, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. An indoor pool and a bar/lounge are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer up nice touches like Egyptian cotton sheets and premium bedding.
Pros: Conway is a small village anchored to the water by a huge castle (King Edward I, 1272) with walls extending all the way around the village. The Castle Hotel is in the center of the village and it is the perfect location to walk the town and learn some of the haunting stories from the past. The hotel has had many sitings as has the Castle and the Plas Mawr , a Tudor Renaissance house from the 16th century.
The Castle Hotel also has the best food in town. Sitting by the fire in the pub and downing a pint or two is heaven. The rooms are very comfortable and the staff friendly and helpful.
Located near a train station, The Castle Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Conwy. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant, or indulge in deep-tissue massages, facials, or body treatments. Other highlights at this upscale hotel include a bar/lounge, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Pros: We're an American family of 4 (2 children under 3 years) and stayed for only one night in October as we were driving through. We had a triple room with a 4-post bed (room 9) with a separate room for our oldest child connected via our large bathroom. The rooms were great and the decor really felt like we were experiencing a new culture. The staff (owners?) were excellent; we arrived late but were still warmly welcomed and felt comfortable. We all slept well and enjoyed the giant wash tub. Breakfast was included in our booking and was excellent; I think we all had the full English breakfast. We left early the next day, walked across the street to watch a seal, sea gulls, and look for shells and crabs. We then took the 15 minute drive to Conwy castle. We will definitely come back!
Cons: Climbing up 3 floors with luggage and 2 small ones was annoying, but if that's the only complaint, then it's not bad!
Pros: Very welcoming. It was quiet as it was winter
Cons: The only thing I could comment on was the bed in my room which was a little soft and springy for my liking, but that is a personal thing.
Pros: it had a nice warm friendly atmosphere
Cons: car park around the back...luckily we wre assisted in with our luggage but it woulkd be a ball ache if we hadn't!
Pros: The bed television and overall furnishing of the hotel wad very good
Cons: Dirty towels, bathroom dirty. Staff useless. Breakfast a bit poor for the money. Overall for to expensive.
Pros: I liked the freedom that this hotel alloed you. Especially the honesty bar.
Cons: Bathroom were dirty
Pros: A luxury room with a superb comfy bed. Exellent shower facilities.
Cons: no complaints from me
Pros: friendly, helpful staff
Pros: Friendliness and cleanliness
Pros: the room breakfast friendly staff
Pros: The room was extremely comfortable and to a high standard. Good choice at breakfast.
Cons: Difficulty of car parking - only street parking which I imagine would be even more of a problem in high season. Breakfast room a little small and hence congested - could perhaps be eased by smaller chairs.
Pros: clean + tidy
Cons: not good for people with walking difficulties needed a lift
Situated on the bay, Bella Vista Hotel and Restaurant is a great choice for a stay in Llandudno. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out La Taverna, which serves Italian cuisine and is open for breakfast and dinner. Rooms at this Victorian hotel get the details right with deep soaking tubs, premium bedding, and pillow menus.
The family-run Winchmore Hotel is in the centre of Llandudno Bay, looking out over the headlands of the Great Orme and the Little Orme. There is a large car park with free parking at the rear of the hotel, with level access to the lift. Free Wifi is available in the public areas. The Winchmore Hotel has views across the promenade to the pier and the Great Orme beyond. The guest lounge has views of the bay. Each room has an en-suite bathrooms. There are 2 accessible rooms which offer wet rooms and adapted baths. In the morning, you can enjoy a cooked breakfast, with cereals, fruit and juice also provided. Llandudno Rail Station is 1,641 feet away and the hotel is 657 feet from Venue Cymru, with its theatre, conference centre and arena. The shops of the town centre are 985 feet away. Some of the Winchmore Hotel's en suite rooms have sea views. All rooms have a Freeview TV, tea/coffee making facilities and a hairdryer.