Posted: Sun 1st Mar 2020

The best hotels in Llandudno – the 2020 North.Wales guide

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Llandudno Hotels: How to Find Your Perfect Place to Stay! Llandudno is a popular place to stay in North Wales. It sits on the Creuddyn peninsula, which offers miles of coastline to explore. Llandudno itself is a large town, easily the biggest seaside resort in the whole country. There are beaches, parks, gardens, and lots more nearby – and plenty of hotels to put you up for your stay, too.

Affordable hotel rooms for all pockets

Thanks to the large collection of Llandudno hotels you can choose from, there is bound to be something to suit. There are lots dotted along Gloddaeth Crescent, which runs parallel to Llandudno Promenade and offers great views out to sea.

Some of the hotels in this part of town include:

• Chatsworth House Hotel
• Brig y Don
• St Kilda Hotel
• Iris Hotel
• The Imperial Hotel
• Bay Marine Hotel

Prices start from around £37 per night, depending on star rating, services offered, and the time of year.

Staying in the heart of Llandudno

If you would prefer to stay in a hotel in the heart of the town rather than right by the sea, you have plenty of options. There is a cluster of hotels around Chapel Street, such as:

• Astonwood Hotel
• The Moorfield Hotel
• St David’s Hotel
• No.9 Guest House
• Hafan-y-Mor Guesthouse
• Merrydale

Fancy a hotel near North Shore Beach?

This beach is a very popular venue for many visitors to Llandudno. If deckchairs, live music, sandcastles, and topping up your tan are all on your list, there are several hotels close to the beach to minimise travel time:

• Beachside Guest House
• The Clovelly
• The Wilton
• St George’s Hotel
• The Baytree Hotel

Stay on the opposite side of Llandudno and visit West Shore Beach instead

It’s easy enough to visit both beaches wherever you stay in the town, but if this is your favourite, there are lots of hotels nearby. This is the quieter part of town, and it has a beach to match. Famous for being the scene of some stunning sunsets, this could be a popular port of call for photographers. Key hotels nearby include:

• The Lilly
• Clontarf Hotel
• Space Boutique B&B Hotel (a little further back from the beach area)

Discover the best of Llandudno, no matter where you stay

Whichever hotel you choose for your stay, and whether you stay for one night, a week, or longer, Llandudno provides everything you could want. Walkers can tackle coastal paths, the Great Orme Country Park is a short distance out to the north-west, and Llandudno Pier provides a chance to look back at the town from the sea. What are you going to do first?



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