Budget Friendly Bed and Breakfast in Town, near Beach
There is a reason the community of Llandudno retains the title Queen of the Welsh Resorts. Located in Conwy County Borough, North Wales, Llandudno has gained a popular following not only for its picturesque seafront, but also its old-world charm. The town has mastered the balance between retaining its historical image, and ushering in contemporary facilities.
While there are plenty of attractions within the town centre, most travellers desire to accommodate themselves along the beachfront. Visitors on a budget will find that they still have the option to enjoy a speculator sea view from their guest rooms. The famous Victorian pier and promenade is nearby.
Many cheap b&b’s and guest houses situate themselves close to the beaches to provide easy access for travellers. In the spring and summertime, it is always best to reserve a bed and breakfast room ahead of time. You may find accommodation to rent for a night in cheap b&bs booked with the influx of visitors on holiday.
The best seaside resort in Wales and rooms with a sea view
Many of the properties are set in beautiful Victorian townhouses and offer a full breakfast in the morning. Maes y Facrell National Nature Reserve and Great Orme Country Park are within easy reach. For budget-minded tourists that want a comfortable overnight stay for the night with a sea view, grand, low cost Llandundno establishments pepper the North Shore and West Shore beaches.
Most bed and breakfasts provide en-suite rooms, including units for singles or couples, and family rooms. Amenities will typically include free parking, an HD television, and complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access. You may have breakfast at the house, but off-site dining options are numerous with restaurants and cafes located along the sea front and in town.
Many economical establishments cater to families with enclosed gardens and family rooms. However, you can stay overnight at a bed and breakfast for adults only. Being a seafront resort, cost-effective accommodation should not be an issue with the copious choices offered to its visitors.
Additional numerous cheap Llandundo North Wales hotels can be found close to the promenade, pier, beaches and seafront as well.
Seafront attractions and sites while your are staying here for a holiday
Sightseers to the seafront will delight in visiting the bustling North Shore Beach, outlined by the Little Orme and the Great Orme headlands. Explore the Victorian Promenade, which leads to the Llandudno Pier – Wales’s longest pier. Stroll along the walkway to browse the shops for traditional Welsh souvenirs, or dine at one of the open-sea cafes.
Children and adults alike will enjoy live Punch and Judy stalls. Less populated, but just as pleasant, is the scenic West Shore beach. Its quiet beauty makes the beach ideal for water sports such as kite surfing.
Alice Liddell, the character inspiration for Alice in Wonderland, frequently holidayed there as a girl. The book’s author, Lewis Carroll, also wrote its sequel at this resort. In honour, the community established the Alice in Trail, dotted with statues of characters such as the Mad Hatter and the White Rabbit.
Travellers with a penchant for history will enjoy the tour of Conwy Castle, overlooking the water way, or a trip to the local museum. Sporty visitors may wish to participate in dry skiing or tobogganing on the Ski Slope. Alternatively, the Bryn Euryn Nature Reserve is ideal for hikers to take in the view of the Rhos on Sea, and canvass ancient fort ruins.
Transportation is easy with the Great Orme Tramway to take you up to the Great Orme Country Park and Nature Reserve.
Llandundo Train Station
Main railway station ?
The primary train station, Llandudno Railway station, is operated by Arriva Trains Wales.
From this rail station there are frequent direct connections with other cities and towns in Wales and England. Piccadilly in Manchester, Bangor, Cardiff Central Station and Birmingham city centre can easily be reached.
Location – Where is this seaside resort
Where is Llandudno ?
This popular seaside resort town is located in North Wales, between the cities of Bangor and Chester.
This lovely seaside town is blessed with a beautiful long sandy beach, which is flanked by two famous dolomite out-crops, better known as The Great Orme and The Little Orme.
Llandudno makes an ideal base to visit all the wonderful attractions and sites in Northern Wales, with it rambling coastline and Snowdonia National Park. You can enjoy many of the golf courses in the area. If you are travelling to/from Ireland, the town is only an hour’s drive from the ferry terminal at Holyhead. Enjoy also plenty of retail therapy at the new shopping area at Mostyn Broadway.
There is good range of accommodations, with a wide variety of budgets catered for. Llandudno’s seafront and award-winning beaches are within close distance. A full Welsh breakfast is served in the morning. Rooms are individually decorated to a high standard and spotlessly clean. Guests staying at many of the establishments, can enjoy free on-site parking and free Wi-Fi.
- Anglesey Race Circuit– 36 miles
- Chester Cheshire — 45 miles
- Liverpool Merseyside — 55 miles
- Shrewsbury Shropshire — 83 miles
What to See and Do
(between the Little Orme and the Great Orme, LL30 Wales)
Beautiful promenade framed by the two Ormes. The promenade is kept very clean and provides a great place to walk along or sit and chill.
(Llandudno, northern coast of Wales)
Famous limestone headland. You can take a trip on the tramway to the summit of the Great Orme, the views from the top are just fantastic. Another option is to take the cable car to the summit.
Mostyn street is full of a whole range of shops, boutiques, cafes, restaurants, pubs etc. Together with Mostyn Broadway and Mostyn Avenue its the main shopping area of town.
(North Parade, LL30 2LP, Northern Wales)
Famous pier with lots of little gift shops and arcades. It’s nice just to walk along to the end of the pier.