Luxury & Boutique Hotels Llandudno

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With this seaside resort playing host to so much culture and history, and constantly reinventing itself, Llandudno has once again become a cool place to holiday in Wales. Luxury and boutique hotels in Llandudno offer sumptuous accommodation for anyone wanting to stay in style.

Things to do in Llandudno

Owing to its beautiful coastal location and rich heritage, there are endless things to do in Llandudno for visitors of all ages. So whether you’re a family with young children looking to escape on a beach holiday, or a couple wanting a cultural break, we can introduce you to the best Llandudno attractions and places to visit.

Out and About

Great Orme

Steeped in history, this is one of the notable peaks of the town, along with Little Orme, its smaller counterpart. There are two walks to the summit, where you will find views of the Menai Strait, the Carneddau peaks and Liverpool Bay stretching out before you. But if the hike may be too strenuous for you, you can always take the Great Orme Victorian Tram and enjoy the scenery at leisure.

Promenade

No visit to Llandudno is complete without a stroll along its famous seafront to soak up stunning views and breathe in the crisp sea air.

Golf

of the more relaxing ways to explore the scenery of the town is to enjoy a game of golf on one of the local courses. There are four courses close to hand that are surrounded by spectacular hills and coast.

Great Orme Aerial Cable Cars

Starting from the Happy Valley and travelling up to the top of Great Orme, this is an incredible journey that lets you take in the best views of the town and beyond.

Happy Valley Gardens

These beautiful ornamental gardens are a lovely place to relax and discover some of the area’s wildlife.

Venue Cymru

Situated on the Promenade, this is a charming theatre, which regularly hosts fabulous shows such as Lords of the Dance, Joseph and also the Grand Prix Snooker Tournament.

Out and About

The Cottage Loaf

This rustic inn is filled with character and serves delicious homemade traditional food in cosy surroundings. Log fire, wooden beams and exposed walls add to the charm.

Seahorse Restaurant

Sourced from local waters, The Seahorse Restaurant serves the freshest and tastiest seafood and fish dishes. The atmosphere inside the Grade 1 listed building is relaxed and intimate with bistro dining downstairs and a Mediterranean style room upstairs.

The Rabbit Hole Café and Wellbeing Centre

This social enterprise is a great way of aiding the local community. You can expect homemade healthy food, including vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and organic. The design of the café has taken inspiration from Alice in Wonderland, as its name would suggest.

Enoch’s Fish and Chips

To complete a trip to Lllandudno, this fish and chip restaurant uses the finest produce around to provide one of the most mouthwatering experiences of this Great British traditions and has recently made it into the finals of the Food Awards in Wales for Take Away of the Year.