Hotels in Llandudno

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About Llandudno

How can I find hotels in Llandudno?

The star turn of Wales' north coast resorts, Llandudno has long been a place to find fresh sea air, sandy beaches, and seaside fun - especially for those in northwest England. Thanks to easy rail and road connections, it's now accessible by anyone in the UK, and has started to gain a cult following as a seafront town with much more than meets the eye. Nowhere else matches the beauty of the Great Orme, which juts out into the Irish Sea. And few resorts offer such a wide mix of entertainment and dining possibilities. Whether you want to mix sunbathing with evening musicals, or find a base for getting out in the open air, hotel deals in Llandudno should be a perfect fit. And finding premium or cheap hotels shouldn't be tough. Just use eDreams' hotel search tool to narrow down local optons, before booking the best hotel Llandudno has to offer.

What must I see in Llandudno?

Almost everyone who visits Llandudno starts off with a trip onto the Great Orme - a mountainous peninsular which was once a thriving tin mine. Nowadays, the area is a wildlife park with sublime coastal walks, while a tramway runs to the summit, where the views are incredible. Back in town, the beach and pier tend to be a magnet for visitors, and it's easy to see why. The pier is some 700 metres long, making it one of the longest in the UK. Its funfair rides and arcades are ideal for kids, while there's no better place to take some snaps of the resort. And you can even set up for a day of ocean fishing. The promenade hosts Venue Cymru, which is a large-scale entertainment centre, and always attracts big name musicians, plays, or comedians. And then there are the attractions of neighbouring Conwy or Colwyn Bay. Just 10 minutes away by road, Conwy is home to one of the most impressive medieval castles in Europe, while the Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay is home to a varied menagerie. Finally, when you book a hotel in the area, Snowdonia and the Cambrian Mountains are within striking distance. That should suit walkers and climbers, or anyone who wants to sample some gorgeous Welsh scenery.

Where should I stay in Llandudno?

If you're seeking a conveniently located hotel Llandudno seafront is hard to beat. Being so close to the beach and pier, as well as entertainment facilities and attractions like mini golf, go karts, and arcades, it's ideal for families. And there are some beautiful period hotels to check out on the arc-shaped seafront, all of which command impressive views. The west end is probably best for most travellers, owing to the presence of the pier, and direct access to Great Orme, but cheap hotels can be found further east. Excellent hotels are also available further inland. For instance, you might take a look at the area around Llandudno Station. That way, you can hop on trains with ease to other nearby destinations, such as Colwyn Bay (and you won't need to lug cases so far upon arrival if you reach Llandudno by rail). Alternatively, West Shore has plenty of appeal. It's quieter than the main seafront, but has a fine beach and a charming miniature railway. Gogarth to the north is right on Great Orme's doorstep, and will be great for cliff walkers, while the village of Llanrhos is a mile or two south, and is a more sedate option compared with Llandudno proper.