Llandudno Tips:

"There are loads of B&Bs on the road up to the Gt ...more

BOOK LLANDUDNO HOTELS

Featured Destination

August 2018: Regency Brighton and Hove

The plurally-named City of Brighton and Hove rather fittingly is a holidays plural - destination. Its modern, historic, cultural, sporting, happening, a seaside resort ...More
More Uk destinations

B and Bs in Llandudno

Bryn-Y-Mor Hotel
25 North Parade
Llandudno
North Wales

LL30 2LP | View map

Write a review
update this listing
Book Now

More Information

An attractive seafront Victorian accommodation with lovely view of the bay and mountains in Llandudno. Just off A55, within easy travelling distance to Snowdonia National Park, Castles of Wales and Isle of Anglesey. Our property nestles at the foot of The Great Orme and from our elevated position, commands spectacular sweeping views of the Llandudno Bay, Pier and Little Orme. Although we have magnificent views, our access is from the promenade level and we are only 40 yards from the Pier entrance. The main shopping area, Mostyn Street and the Victoria Centre are just a few minutes walk. The North Wales Theatre and Conference Centre, as well as the Great Orme Tramway are all close by.

Our non-smoking establishment offers the discerning visitor tranquil views from our residents lounge, sweeping views of the bay from our patio and restful superior rooms from which to relax and enjoy the delights of Llandudno. Having your own room key means that you can freely access the property at any time and our friendly, fully trained staff will be on hand to make your holiday special.
Outdoor activities are also catered for in Llandudno with access to the North Wales Golf Course's, the Cycle Path, Great Orme Ski Slope and Toboggan Run. Please note that there is no lift.

Travel Help

Local Car Hire
Book Train Tickets
Book a Taxi

Facilities

Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
TV in Rooms

local taxis | local restaurants | local pubs

This page viewed on 4,495 occasions since Oct 16th 2005

Brit Quote:
The courage we desire and prize is not the courage to die decently, but to live manfully - Thomas Carlyle
More Quotes

On this day:
Paradise Lost Published - 1667, First Benny Hill TV Show - 1951, Marchioness Disaster - 1989
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages