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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.

Come Here For...
  • 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.

Amenities
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.

Essential info
Check in
14:00
Checkout
11:00
Minimum Stay
Two nights at weekends
Closed
Closed in December
Parking
There is free guest parking.
Airport
Manchester – 75 miles.
Train
Llandudno station – one mile.
Pets
No
Children
Over -10s are welcome.
Location
48 Church Walk, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2HL, United Kingdom

Bedtime

Bedrooms
9 rooms

Special features
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.

Pillow Talk
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

Dining in
First-rate Welsh breakfasts – cooked to order – will set you up for the day here.

Breakfast
Full and vegetarian breakfast is served until 09:00 – later at weekends.

Room service
No

Activities

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.

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