5 Charming Bed and Breakfasts & Guest Houses in Llandudno

by Gareth Jones  |  Published February 14, 2022

Originally developed as a prestigious vacation destination for well-to-do Victorians, Llandudno has preserved its 19th-century splendour with great gusto.

Audley Guesthouse, Llandudno (Photo:

Positioned on the northern tip of Wales, the town sprawls across a peninsula populated by an ornate amusement pier (Wales’s longest), strings of Victorian townhouses and beaches reeling into the distance. In tandem with its bygone British seaside allure, Llandudno’s star attraction is found in the close-by nature of the Great Orme, a rugged outpost offering stunning views of the immense Snowdonia. Below, we have highlighted our choices of the best B&Bs and guesthouses in Llandudno.

Audley Guesthouse

With white-washed walls and palms swaying in its front courtyard, Audley Guest House typifies the traditional seaside B&B. The building harks back to 1890, and is now part of a “conservation area” in Llandudno’s town centre. Hosts are genial, and go out of their way to accommodate guests’ every need. Rooms are clean and fresh, and blessed with striking wallpaper and splashes of colour that endow the rooms with a zesty feel. Topped off with generous helpings of the full English breakfast, as well as other options, the Audley is the perfect seaside abode. Rooms from £86.

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Capri Guesthouse

Capri Guesthouse, Llandudno (Photo:

Set back from the promenades and beaches, though still pretty central, Capri Guesthouse is like a home from home. The building itself is steeped in history – its previous guise was the original Town Hall and dates back to 1854. Rooms are clean, cosy and characterful, and they lay on a pretty special cooked breakfast. Situated on Church Walks, the guesthouse is a one-minute walk from the Great Orme Tramway which will whisk you off to the famous Great Orme Bronze Mines. If staying just in Llandudno, it’s a three-minute walk to the town centre and a two-minute walk to the beach, promenade and pier. Rooms from £80.

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Beachside Guest House

As referenced in its name, Beachside Guest House overlooks Llandudno’s sweeping North Shore Beach. One of a charismatic stretch of Victorian town houses, it’s prime position at the heart of the town means Llandudno’s main attractions are within easy reach. The guest house combines period charm, original features and historic character with modern comforts and facilities. Rooms are immaculately clean and fresh, and its contemporary décor gives them a light and airy atmosphere. Just the ticket for those who love strolls in the sea breeze. Rooms from £89.

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No 6 Quality Guesthouse

No. 6 Quality Guesthouse, Llandudno (

With a beautiful backdrop of Llandudno’s rocky headlands, No6 Guesthouse is a sizeable townhouse that dates back to the 1860s. Rooms are fully facilitated, and sumptuously decorated with each room offering a different design and colour scheme. Perfectly located in the heart of Llandudno, major attractions such as The Grand Pier, North Beach and West Shore Beach are in close proximity, as are a fine array of shops, bars and restaurants. Full cooked breakfast is available daily. Dietary preferences are available upon request. Rooms from £80.

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Sunnycroft Private Hotel

Set in Llandudno, 550m from North Shore Beach, Sunny Croft is a spacious guesthouse on a residential Llandudno street. Rooms are roomy, comfy and spotless, and conjure a warm and homely feel. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms and walk-in showers. The hosts at this guest house provide a fully cooked breakfast, lighter options and a continental breakfast. Evening meals are available upon request. Additionally, if you fancy an aperitif or after-dinner drinks, the hotel has a licenced bar and offers a relaxed lounge area. Rooms from £114.

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