A complimentary bottle of red or white wine with dinner when staying 2 nights or more.
Belle Epoque extravagance on Llandudno's seafront
Osborne House’s extravagant Belle Epoque style is carried through the sitting room and bar, with deep, dramatic colours, ornate mirrors, glowing lamps, king size brass beds and statuary.
Know It All
Hit the Spot
Right on Llandudno's famous seafront.
Come here for...
● Opulence and ocean-views. ● Vintage Victorian Llandudno with a flamboyant edge. ● Fresh seafood.
Try fresh-landed fish at the candlelit bistro Osborne's Cafe or relax with a drink in the luxurious sitting room and bar.
Good to know
There's no lift - lest you're on the top floor.
Elegant suites have roll-top baths, walk-in showers, DVD players and a lounge area with a gas log fire, so you'll be cosy whatever the weather. All rooms have free wi-fi.
Second floor suites have big bay windows and wide open views, while those on the third have a snugger, more cottage-y feel.
Eat & Drink
Osborne House Cafe and Grill is one of the best places in town. It's strikingly decorated in opulent black and cream with original art, a grand fireplace and bronze-edged mirror. Chairs are dressed in ivory and ornate glass chandeliers are lit by 72 candles in the evening.
Not that it's stuffy at all – dining is brasserie style, with a choice of Light Bites, steaks and freshly caught fish. Dine on duck spring rolls with a plum dipping sauce, followed by Conwy Valley lamb shank with minted gravy or pan-roasted monkfish, and then polish off the dark chocolate pot with Drambuie cream.
Continental breakfast is served until 10am
Available 24 hours a day.
See & Do
Stroll along Llandudno's sweeping Victorian promenade or spend a long, lazy afternoon (complete with donkeys and Punch & Judy) 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.
Snowdonia is a fabulous place for walks and mountain train rides. The Snowdonia National Park is a mere 20 minute drive, so take your walking boots to stride out in the Snowdonia National Park, or conquer Mount Snowdon by mountain railway instead. Take a ride on the Great Orme tramway, ten minutes from the hotel, spend a day clambering over the ramparts of Conwy Castle, or visit nearby Portmeirion, setting for the cult TV series The Prisoner.
May Bank Holiday
Don’t miss the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza, complete with fairground rides, street entertainers, penny booths and a big fancy dress parade.
Fill your ears with Verdi and Puccini when the Welsh National Opera come to town.
A complimentary bottle of red or white wine with dinner when staying 2 nights or more.Book Now
ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
GBP 125 - 175Check In
11:00Minimum Night Stay
Two nights at weekendsOpen/Closed
Closed over ChristmasAir Conditioning
No children under 12Pets
North Parade, Llandudno, Conwy LL30 2LPParking
There’s free guest parkingTrains
Llandudno station – three milesTaxis
GBP 6 from the stationAirport
Manchester – 84 miles