Budget Friendly Accommodation in North Wales
LL30 2LF, Llandudno, St Georges Crescent
On Llandudno seafront, Whitehouse Hotel offers breakfast, evening meals and live entertainment. Around 5 minutes’ walk from the Great Orme Tramway, this North Wales hotel provides free Wi-Fi and parking. Each guest room has a... read more
£ 31.50View Rates
LL30 1AR, Llandudno, Central Promenade
The family-run Winchmore Hotel is in the centre of Llandudno Bay, looking out over the headlands of the Great Orme and the Little Orme. There is a large car park with free parking at the... read more
LL30 2XS, Llandudno, Central Promenade
Overlooking the sea, the Four Saints Brig Y Don Hotel is 10 minutes’ walk from the Pier and Llandudno town centre. With free Wi-Fi and free parking, it offers en suite rooms and cooked breakfasts.... read more
LL30 1BG, Llandudno, 7 Craig-Y-Don Parade
Situated in Llandudno, 1.4 km from Llandudno Pier, Pebble House provides accommodation with a garden. Offering a shared lounge, the property is located within 1.7 km of Llandudno General Hospital. Free WiFi is available and... read more
LL30 2LN, Llandudno, 12 South Parade
Beachside Guest House offers bed and breakfast accommodation just 1 minute walk to the beach, in the seaside town of Llandudno. The property is 10 minutes’ walk from Llandudno Rail Station. Each of the rooms... read more
LL30 2LR, Llandudno, Happy Valley Road
Situated at the foot of the Great Orme, beside Llandudno Pier, The Grand Hotel offers live entertainment. There is also a restaurant, bar and games room. Traditional bedrooms at The Grand Hotel have a private... read more
£ 48.00View Rates
LL30 2XT, Llandudno, Iris Hotel. Central Promenade
Situated on Llandudno’s Central Promenade, Iris Hotel is just metres from Llandudno Beach. With free Wi-Fi in the TV lounge and reception, the family-run hotel offers impressive sea views, home-cooked food, and elegant rooms. The... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
LL30 2LP, Llandudno, 6-9 North Parade
Located on the Llandudno seafront, The Baytree Hotel overlooks the Grand Promenade as well as the town’s pier. All rooms at The Baytree Hotel have en suite bathrooms, a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
LL30 1AR, Llandudno, Central Promenade, 12 Mostyn Crescent
This superb family-run hotel offers excellent value for money and has a prime position in Llandudno overlooking the sea, with views of Snowdonia from the rear. It also offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking.... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
LL30 1BE, Llandudno, East Parade
The Llandudno Bay Hotel is an elegant, chic boutique-style property located on the Llandudno Promenade. Set within this magnificent Grade II listed Victorian building, the 61 guestrooms offer contemporary styling, handy features such as USB... read more
£ 63.75View Rates
LL30 2LP, Llandudno, 21 North Parade
Situated in Llandudno in the Gwynedd Region, 200 metres from Llandudno Pier, Belmont Llandudno features a terrace and guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Each room has a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle... read more
£ 68.50View Rates
LL30 2LN, Llandudno, South Parade Llandudno
Set in Llandudno, 10 km from Bodnant Garden, Merrion Hotel features a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. The rooms have a flat-screen TV. There is room service... read more
£ 72.00View Rates
LL30 2LP, Llandudno, 5 North Parade
Close to the pier, this seafront hotel offers rooms with flat-screen TVs and hearty, full English breakfasts. Llandudno’s beach is just 2 minutes’ walk away, and limited, free parking is available. With bright, classic decor,... read more
£ 76.50View Rates
LL30 1BA, Llandudno, Central Promenade
Commanding a spectacular seafront location a few minutes’ walk from the town centre, this hotel is located next to Venue Cymru (North Wales Theatre and Conference Centre). Following a full but careful renovation, Cae Mor... read more
£ 79.90View Rates
LL30 2LP, Llandudno, 14 North Parade Llandudno
Featuring views across Ormes Bay, the Wildings Hotel is located on the seafront in Llandudno. It offers a terrace and rooms with a private bathroom. Rooms include an electric kettle, a desk and a hairdryer.... read more
£ 80.00View Rates
LL30 1PN, Llandudno, 77, Conway Road
Close to all that the seaside resort of Llandudno has to offer, the Links Hotel is just across the road from the bowling alley and only 5 minutes' walk from the beach and the shops.... read more
£ 80.00View Rates
LL30 2LP, Llandudno, 25 North Parade
Boasting an enviable seafront location, Bryn-Y-Mor is an elegant adult-only 4-star Victorian guest house nestled at the foot of the Great Orme Country Park and it offers scenic views of Llandudno Bay. Each room at... read more
£ 87.00View Rates
LL30 2HN, Llandudno, 36 Church Walks
This stylish 5-star bed and breakfast offers free Wi-Fi and free parking. Space Boutique is a 10-minute walk from Llandudno town close to Llandudno's West Shore. Each luxurious room at Space Boutique B&B has an... read more
£ 95.00View Rates
LL32 8LD, Conwy, Rosehill Street
Johnny Dough's at the Bridge is set in Conwy, 6 km from Bodnant Garden and 100 metres from Conwy Castle. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Y Bont-The Bridge Inn features free WiFi . Degannwy... read more
£ 105.00View Rates
LL30 1AP, Llandudno, Vaughan Street, The Promenade
Situated on the promenade in the resort of Llandudno, this Victorian hotel is a 2-minute walk from the sea. It offers an award-winning restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and a leisure club. Free limited parking is available... read more
£ 105.00View Rates
Some History and Overview
If you are looking for intriguing attractions, you will discover a medley of these in Llandudno. The town is known for the longest cable car in the UK, the incredible seafront promenade and the award-winning pier. The Marine Drive, Happy Valley and Victorian Extravaganza are worth exploring, as well.
The history of Llandudno started a long time ago. Stone Age and Bronze Age settlements were discovered in the area where Llandudno is found today. Evidence of their existence was found on the slopes of Great Omre – a limestone headland that is the home of various rare plant and animal species.
The area was populated during the reign of King Edward I. By 1847, Llandudno had experienced significant growth. Architect Owen Williams worked on the plans for the creation of the resort in 1848, and numerous developments took place in the years from 1857 to 1877.
Getting to Llandudno in North Wales
Llandudno is accessible by train, by car and by bus. The Victorian railway station of the resort is at the end of the town’s special line. Most trains from the biggest UK cities transport passengers to Llandudno Junction, and a number of trains each day connect the station to the one found in the resort.
Liverpool and Manchester airports are the two found closest to the resort. Manchester airport has a direct train connection. A bus service is available from Liverpool Airport and nearby hotels.
Daily bus services operate from several small coastal towns in North Wales. There are no long-distance bus lines connecting Llandudno to the major cities and towns in the UK.
Seafront Accommodation – Where to Stay in Town Centre ?
Looking for family rooms or cheap hotels located conveniently in the town centre ? Whether you want a hotel with a swimming pool or a room with beautiful view, you will get to choose among numerous options.
The three-star Morlea hotel is one of the cheapest Llandudno accommodation options. It is located close to the town centre and the seafront promenade. Accommodation is often provided at discounted rates. The Grand Hotel is a budget-friendly, two-star accommodation spot. If you want to enjoy the amazing view of the Great Omre, this hotel is the perfect one for you. The hotel is conveniently close to the Llandudno bus and train stations, facilitating travellers even further.
Elsinore Hotel and Ambassador Hotel are two other quite popular opportunities among the tourists that want to enjoy a Llandudno holiday on a budget. The three-star Manor Hotel is great for family holidays. It offers a sea view of the Bay of Llandudno, and the hotel is located close to some of the resort’s most intriguing landmarks.
If you want to be pampered and you are interested in luxury accommodation, you should try the services of St. George’s Hotel. The beautiful rooms have exquisite sea view and the hotel brags a leisure club and a high quality spa experience.
Primary Rail Station
Llandudno Railway station is the town’s rail station, operated by Arriva Trains Wales.
It’s well connected with many villages and city’s across the UK. There are frequently train connections with among Manchester city centre, Bangor, Cardiff Central Railway Station and Birmingham city center.
Location – Where is
Where can you find this seaside resort ?
The town is situated in North Wales, between the cities of Bangor and Chester.