Llandudno United Kingdom, Hotels, Guest Houses, B&B's, Self Catering,
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"Llandudno, the Queen of Welsh Resorts"

A view of Llandudno Bay and the Little Orme taken from the Great Orme

Welcome to the beautiful seaside resort of Llandudno in the United Kingdom. Our aim is to show you the very best that Wales largest coastal resort has to offer whether you are just visiting or a permanent resident.

Llandudno is located in the county of Conwy in north Wales which is part of the United Kingdom, and the town is the largest coastal resort in the region offering a wide variety of tourist accommodaton, attractions, and activities for visitors of all ages from the Great Orme Tramway to the recently opened Parc Llandudno retail centre.

The town nestles in a beautiful bay between the two Ormes, (The Great Orme, and the Little Orme), and offers spectacular views towards Snowdonia and Anglesey. One of Llandudno's best features is its promenade which is unspoilt from its Victorian days and is lined with the original architecture from this bygone age.

Llandudno Extravaganza

Not to be missed - May Day Bank Holiday Weekend is the date for the Llandudno Extravaganza which is an annual event in the town. Enjoy fairground rides and stalls as well as shows and music.

Each day at noon there is a parade through the town of Victorian Steam Engines, music, and old motor vehicles.

Visit our Llandudno Extravaganza page for more information.

Llandudno Hotels, Guest Houses, B&B's, Self Catering, Campsites

Bodysgallen Hall offers luxorious accommodation within 1.5 miles of Llandudno As north Wales largest coastal resort Llandudno has more hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfasts, and self catering accommodation than any other resort in the region. You can choose from a wide range of top quality hotels such as Bodysgallen Hall and The Empire Hotel to popular guest houses, bed and breakfasts, budget accommodation, and self catering cottages and apartments.

Llandudno is large enough to suit all tastes and budgets, visit our Llandudno Accommodation page for details of the best places to stay or our Llandudno Tourist Information page to see lot's of things to see and do in Llandudno.

Featured Accommodation

The Imperial Hotel

The Promenade Llandudno Conwy Wales LL30 1AP 01492 877 466
The Imperial Hotel is one of Llandudno's finest hotels

The Imperial Hotel is located close to the centre of Llandudno's long promenade and offers some of the best accommodation within the town. The hotel is conveniently situated to be within easy . . . Read more

Visit our Llandudno Hotels page for more hotels.
Visit our Llandudno Bed and Breakfasts page for bed and breakfast accommodation.

Llandudno Attractions

Conwy Castle is just 10 minutes from Llandudno in the beautiful town of ConwyLlandudno has plenty to see and do for either short term visitors or people looking for a longer stay. Visit our Llandudno Attractions page to find out all the details of what to do and how to get there. Llandudno serves as the ideal base to explore the surrounding countryside with the Snowdonia National Park just a short journey from the town. There are so many things to see and do we have set up a special page of attractions close to Llandudno listing the top attractions nearby. Conwy Castle is of special interest and is just 10 minutes from Llandudno by car.

Llandudno Shopping

For the shopaholics amongst you Llandudno offers the best shopping facilities in north Wales. The recently opened Parc Llandudno has brought major retailers to the town with large stores such as Debenhams and Bhs which are closely located to each other with free parking facilities. Nearby lies Mostyn Champneys retail park with top electrical retailers such as Currys and Comet as well as popular home furnishing stores including Harveys and Roseby's. Llandudno is well served with local superstores with Asda located opposite Parc Llandudno and Tesco is 5 minutes drive away in Llandudno Junction.

Mostyn Street is traditionally Llandudno's main shopping street and is lined with Victorian buildings and wide pavements. Local shops are intermixed with popular stores such as Marks and Spencer and HMV as well as plenty of tea rooms and coffee shops when you need a break. The indoor Llandudno Victoria Centre was added to the town about 10 years ago and is located on Mostyn Street and compliments the town with an indoor arcade with even more shops and is home to the award winning Badger's Tea Rooms cafe where staff serve you tea and scones in traditional Victorian dress.

Llandudno's beautiful Beaches

Llandudno has not just one but two beautiful beaches and two golf courses within the town. The main beach is located close to the town centre, on Llandudno's North Shore, with its long curving promenade and victorian buildings. The North Shore beach offers spectacular views of Llandudno Bay and the two Ormes, the Great Orme and Little Orme and Llandudno's Victorian Pier jutts majestically out into the Irish Sea. The second beach is less well known and is called the West Shore and faces towards Snowdonia and Anglesey with its seemingly endless sand and dunes. Visitors to the West Shore get spectacular views of the Conwy estuary and Snowdonia mountains as well as looking across the bay towards Isle of Anglesey and Puffin Island.

Llandudno, a perfect venue for Golf

For the golf minded Llandudno has two golf courses located close to each other to the south of the town. Both the Maesdu Golf and North Wales Golf courses are very popular with both locals and visitors alike and are of course granted the stunning scenery of views of Snowdonia, Anglesey, and the Great Orme.

Llandudno's Alice in Wonderland Connections

Alice in Wonderland has connections with Llandudno

It is widely believed that Lewis Carroll's book Alice in Wonderland was based on the Liddell family that spent many holidays within the region and owned a house on the West Shore for a number of years. There is a statue of the White Rabbit on the West Shore dedicated to the author and The Alice in Wonderland museum close to the centre of the town that explores the themes of the books.

It would appear almost certain that Lewis Carroll himself never came to Llandudno however there do appear to be links between the books and the town and the Carroll must certainly have visited his birthplace in Cheshire and been familiar with north Wales.

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