Cool boutique B&B in vintage Victorian Llandudno
This brilliant boutique B&B has brought a dash of élan to seaside Llandudno in North Wales. Step inside a grand Victorian villa and say hello to leather sleigh beds, suede chairs and Conran love seats.
- Lavish Llandudno lie-ins.
- An eclectic choice of rooms, from New York Loft to French boudoir.
- Llandudno's Victorian seaside charms.
Hit the spot
In coastal Llandudno, where Snowdonia meets the sea.
You'll find Playstations here as well as wi-fi, plus a comfortable guest lounge with a DVD library. Guests are welcome to use the garden, too.
Good to know
Escape is not suitable for pets or young kids.
Minimum StayTwo nights at weekends
ClosedClosed over Christmas
ParkingThere is free guest parking.
AirportManchester – 75 miles.
TrainLlandudno station – one mile.
ChildrenOver -10s are welcome.
Location48 Church Walk, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2HL, United Kingdom
Contemporary styled rooms with a retro slant have a flatscreen TV and DVD player, while bathrooms are stocked with Aveda gels and lotions. Some bathrooms have hand-held showers, though all have plenty of fluffy towels.
Room 1 brags a kingsize leather bed, double width shower and mountain views. If you’re packing your French maid’s outfit, check into room 6, with its hand-made French boudoir Rococo bed, or room 8 (French Fancy).
Eat & Drink
First-rate Welsh breakfasts – cooked to order – will set you up for the day here.
Full and vegetarian breakfast is served until 09:00 – later at weekends.
See & Do
Breezy Llandudno is flanked by two headlands – Great Orme and Little Orme – with the Irish Sea on one side and the Conwy estuary on the other.
Stroll along the sweeping Victorian promenade or spend a long, lazy afternoon (complete with donkeys and Punch & Judy shows) on the sandy West Shore beach. Take the famous cable tramway – one of only three in the world – to the summit of Great Orme, and check out the cable car, dry ski slope and toboggan run.
The Snowdonia National Park is a mere 30 minute drive, so take your walking boots – or just hop aboard the Mount Snowdon mountain railway. Conwy Castle is also within reach.