Budget Friendly Accommodation in North Wales
LL30 2ER, Llandudno, 2 - 4 Llewelyn Avenue
Located in the Victorian resort of Llandudno, The Post House is central to the towns shops and restaurants and just a few minutes walk from the promenade and near the Great Orme. The hotel is... read more
£ 47.00View Rates
LL30 1PN, Llandudno, 77, Conway Road
Gwesty Links is located in Llandudno. Free WiFi and free parking is provided. There are 15 guest bedrooms at the property. Each room boasts tea/coffee making facilities, USB charging points and a hairdryer. Surf Snowdonia... read more
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
LL30 2LG, Llandudno, St George's Place, The Promenade
With wonderful views across Llandudno Bay, St George's Hotel sits beside the impressive Great Orme. The 4-star, AA Hotel of the Year 2015-16 hotel features an elegant restaurant and stylish rooms with free WiFi. The... read more
£ 86.20View 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
£ 58.50View Rates
LL30 2LF, Llandudno, St George Cresent Main Promenade
With the Great Orme on the left and Little Orme on the right, Elsinore Hotel Llandudno enjoys scenic views of Llandudno promenade. It offers a bar and free Wi-Fi in the public areas. All rooms... read more
£ 29.00View Rates
LL30 2XT, Llandudno, Iris Hotel. 16 Central Promenade
Situated on Llandudno’s Central Promenade, family-run Iris Hotel Llandudno is just metres from Llandudno Beach and overlooks the sea. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV, coffee/tea making facilities and an en suite with... read more
£ 20.70View 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
LL30 2LE, Llandudno, 11 Clonmel Street
The New Alexandra Hotel has a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Llandudno. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a sun terrace. The accommodation features evening entertainment and a 24-hour... read more
£ 28.05View Rates
LL30 3BB, Llandudno, Bodafon Hall Bodafon road
Bodafon Hall Cottages has city views, free WiFi and free private parking, set in Llandudno, 600 metres from Llandudno North Shore Beach. Offering garden or sea views, each unit comes with a kitchen, a satellite... read more
£ 120.00View Rates
LL30 1BG, Llandudno, 17 Craig-Y-Don Parade Flat 1
Featuring a garden, Sandy bottoms features accommodation in Llandudno with free WiFi and garden views. Boasting free private parking, the apartment is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as hiking, windsurfing... read more
£ 110.00View 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.