The Best B&Bs and Guesthouses in Llandudno

The Great Orme Tramway has delighted Llandudno visitors since 1902
The Great Orme Tramway has delighted Llandudno visitors since 1902 | © Alan Novelli / Alamy Stock Photo
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18 October 2021
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Llandudno is one of the most photogenic spots in the UK: a seaside resort in North Wales, known for its sheltered North Shore beach, 19th-century pier and dramatic Great Orme headland. The Great Orme Tramway, operating since 1902, will take you up the mini-mountain for some spectacular vistas. But why rush out? Impressive views abound at the B&Bs and guesthouses in Llandudno – bookable on Culture Trip.

Karden House

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Driven by a desire to deliver the highest quality service at the lowest possible price, Karden House offers extremely good value for money. There’s a pleasingly tranquil, family vibe here; owner Janet Sides refuses guests on hen parties or stag dos. Enjoy the homely atmosphere before setting off to Llandudno Museum and the Great Orme Copper Mines, which are within walking distance.

The Senarth

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Jet-black wardrobes, silver headboards and aquamarine floral wallpaper are some of the bold design choices at vibrant Senarth. Set in a fully refurbished Victorian house, a few minutes’ walk from the heart of Llandudno, the guesthouse comes with off-street parking and a cosy guest lounge and bar to end your sightseeing days in the right way.

Lynton House

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Location is key at Lynton House. The B&B is situated beneath the Great Orme limestone headland, just 330ft (100m) from the pier, promenade and the town’s shops and restaurants. And just 1150ft (350m) away, you have Llandudno’s famous cable cars and tramway, which will transport you to the top of the Orme for some truly amazing views over town.

The Post House

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Formerly the Sunnyside, this family-run hotel is spread across two Victorian houses in the centre of Llandudno, close to shops and restaurants. Not that you need to venture out to find good grub: the Post House eatery is an absolute cracker, dishing up moreish dishes including Whitby scampi, seafood risotto and steak and ale pie. There’s also a bar serving mean cocktails.

Pebble House

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At Pebble House, you’re literally a stone’s throw from Llandudno Bay. Among the nine rooms at this Grade II-listed Victorian property are the King Sea View and Sea View Double, which more than live up to their names. The excellent breakfasts are made with locally sourced ingredients, and if you call ahead, management will arrange for bouquets of flowers, chocolates and chilled champagne to greet you on arrival.

Promenâd Bed and Breakfast

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Catch one of the best shows in Llandudno from the top floor of the Promenâd B&B, as the sun sets behind the photogenic pier – the longest in Wales and the fifth longest in the United Kingdom. Make sure you pick a room with views of the Great Orme, Little Orme and the sea through large bay windows, and ask the owners to whip up their famous scrambled eggs for breakfast.

The View Guest House

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You don’t call your business the View without having something to back it up. This guesthouse certainly does: from its elevated position at the base of the Great Orme, you get panoramic views of beautiful Llandudno Bay, the pretty Victorian town and Snowdonia in the distance. Conveniently, the View is also under 1mi (1.6km) from the town’s shops, restaurants, North Shore beach and cable car.

St Hilary Guest House

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An elegant Victorian guesthouse that looks out over Llandudno Bay, St Hilary makes sure you really appreciate the view by providing binoculars or a telescope. Other nice touches in the rooms include a drinks tray with locally sourced products, Egyptian cotton bathrobes and fleece throws.

Escape Boutique B&B

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Sleek, chic and a lot of fun, Escape Boutique has nine double bedrooms that have each been designed with a different modern theme. So, while the Contemporary Eclectic room has vintage, Eames-style swivel chairs by the bay window, Urban Cool has a chocolate-leather headboard with concealed backlighting, and Modern Romance has handpainted furniture.

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