Sited on a headland that juts into the sea, Llandudno is a pretty Victorian town on the northern Welsh coast. It has its own stretch of beach, rolling hills that fringe the town’s edges and a pier where you can play the penny arcades and look back on the town across the water. With so much to do, a seafront hotel puts you right at the heart of the action and Llandudno has no shortage of seafront hotels.
When compiling this list of the top five seafront hotels in Llandudno, we took location and hotel facilities as two of the most important factors to a good stay. Value for money, comfort and breakfast options were also given credence, while not overlooking what previous guests over the last year have had to say about their stay.
Privates from £87/ night
It’s worth noting immediately that the bar is set really high for quality hotels in Llandudno. A great example of this, showcasing both quality and abundance of facilities, great location and a competitive price is Bryn-Y-Mor. Previous guests have unanimously rated the breakfast that is included in the price as near-flawless. Rooms are en-suite, are cosy and come with a kettle, TV and free toiletries. Neat little extras like board games and the bike rental add originality to the place. The hotel is within easy walking distance of the headland and pier.
Privates from £91/ night
This lovely Victorian-era seafront property is right on the seafront and makes a great base for exploring Llandudno. Especially popular with couples, what the hotel lacks in communal areas it makes up for with the comfortable, well-appointed rooms. Flatscreen TVs, hairdryers, heating and an iron are all provided along with fast wifi connection. Rooms have either a sea view or look over the town towards the lofty peaks of Snowdonia. A fantastic breakfast is included in the price.
Privates from £120/ night
Snooze is a classy establishment with a warm, cosy atmosphere. Spacious rooms come fully equipped with a large bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, flatscreen TV and a complementary mini bottle of Prosecco. Free wifi is available throughout. The property has its own bar and restaurant, where a top-notch breakfast is served each morning. There is free parking on site, and a terrace, which comes in handy especially during the warmer months.
Privates from £85/ night
As the name suggests, this guest house is right by the beach. But beyond that the pier and Happy Valley headland area, with its Great Orme Tramway, Mines and lovely gardens are only a couple of minutes away too. Beachside Guest House is right in the heart of town, yet the rooms offer a relaxing escape from it all when you’re ready to relax. Elegantly decorated, they feature a flatscreen TV, kettle and small seating area. Parking and family rooms are available.
Privates from £65/ night
Swn Y Mor is a great value seafront accommodation option in Llandudno. Rooms are clean, cosy and, although not too large, have a good amount of space. Amenities include Flatscreen TV and DVD player, toiletries, hairdryer and a kettle. Another big benefit of staying at Swn Y Mor is the ability to make the most of the onsite restaurant and bar. Breakfast is provided, and although there is stiff competition in town for who provides the best, Swn Y Mor may just pip the others to the post.