A traditional 3 star B&B offering a tranquil seaside break in the heart of Llandudno.
Relax on the front terrace and enjoy some of Llandudno's best sea views.
This relaxing B&B near the beach has those great extra touches that keep guests returning.
This dog friendly Victorian guest house at the foot of Great Orme has superb sea views.
Arrive as guests but depart as friends at this guest house near Llandudno town centre.
This friendly and traditional B&B is located in the town centre of Llandudno.
This elegant B&B is set in a friendly atmosphere close to the Victorian Llandudno promenade.
Just 300 meters from the beach, Glascoed is a traditional B&B for the whole family.
This luxury hotel near the beach has themed rooms and home cooked meals.
This 4 star Victorian hotel is filled with period charm and close to the rail and bus stations.
Bright, friendly guest house close to Venue Cymru Theatre and Conference Centre.
A family-run hotel located on Llandudno's promenade near the Venue Cymru and Conference Centre.
A mountain-side location provides elevated views from this B&B, 5 minutes from Llandudno.
This welcoming 4 star guest house near Venue Cymru enjoys beautiful views.
Enjoy stunning sea views at this friendly hotel close to the seafront promeande.
Promenâd is a grand guest house set in the conservation area on the North Shore of Llandudno.
Dogs are welcome at this grand country hotel which overlooks Llandudno’s promenade.
With its two blue flag beaches, Llandudno is the biggest and most popular seaside resort in Wales. Situated between Great and Little Orme, the town is set on a beautiful stretch of the North Wales coastline. If you're looking for a bed and breakfast Llandudno has lots to choose from, with a range of both rural b and bs near Snowdon and quaint guest houses overlooking the water. Wake up to a great sea view and start your day with a hearty full English breakfast before a hard day relaxing on the beach!
Families will love what a bed and breakfast in Llandudno has to offer for a summer vacation. Take a ride on Britain’s only cable hauled tramway or check out the views from Britain’s longest passenger cable car on the way up the Orme. There are also plenty of traditional seaside games and attractions along the promenade, as well as the longest pier in Wales with arcades and games.
The two beaches - the award winning North Shore and quiet, sand duned West Shore - are arguably the main attraction for visitors at a B&B in Llandudno, however. Enjoy a picnic and a swim or simply relax in the beautiful surroundings. Llandudno was actually the first purpose built resort town in Britain and it hasn't lost its quintissential appeal over the years.
At night, there's also lots to do here. Although Llandudno retains its air of Victorian elegance and old fashioned charm, there are a range of bars, restaurants and modern amenities in the town centre to keep you entertained, including the renowned Venue Cymru Theatre.
When it comes to finding the right B&B Llandudno also makes a great base for exploring the surrounding area. Nearby attractions like Conwy Castle, Bodnant Gardens and Betws-y-Coed are all easily reached by car.