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Private Car Park
While staying at the County Hotel enjoy superb views over the Great and Little Ormes in Llandudno. This traditional seaside hotel has charming bedrooms many with sea views and it’s very own restaurant serving delicious meals with a spectacular views over Snowdon
Private Car Park
Number of Bedrooms: 100
Parking Spaces: 50
Steps into Hotel: 7
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The County Hotel in Llandudno boasts and envious position on the promenade with views over the Great and Little Ormes as well as Snowdown. This three star hotel in North Wales is a lovely Victorian style hotel which still retains many of its original features such ornate fireplaces and cornices. A stay at the County Hotel places you right at the centre of this famous beach resort. As well as being close to the beach and pier, the hotel is also within easy access to the natural beauty spots of North Wales. North Wales has wonderful villages, tea-rooms, castles and nostalgia at the Great Little Trains of Wales. The views alone – of Snowdonia, Anglesey and the ocean – always make a visit to Llandudno worthwhile.
Featuring 100 charming bedrooms the County Hotel can accommodate your needs for whatever reason your visit to Llandudno is for. Each room offers everything you would expect for a comfortable stay including TV, tea and coffee making facilities, en-suite bathroom, a desk and free WiFi throughout. Many bedrooms also benefit from picturesque views over the bay.
Before you journey out on your day, enjoy a tasty breakfast served in the hotel’s restaurant overlooking the bay. On your return in evening choose a delicious evening meal while enjoying great views of Snowdon and beyond.
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Each of the 100 charming bedrooms at this Victorian style hotel in Llandudno offer everything you would expect for a comfortable stay in North Wales.
Amenities including TV, tea and coffee making facilities, en-suite bathroom, a desk and free WiFi throughout.
Many bedrooms also benefit from picturesque views over the bay.
Bar & Restaurant
Enjoy a tasty breakfast or a delicious evening meal served in the hotel's restaurant while enjoying spectacular sea views framed by Great and Little Ormes – the famous limestone headlands.
The various lounge areas at the County Hotel will give you many places to unwind in, with comfortable seating and featuring views of the sea, you can rest assured that you will be able to truly relax into your holiday.
Directions to the County Hotel in Llandudno
The hotel is set 50 yards from Llandudno North Shore Beach
Hotel Notice Board
One dog per room are welcome at the County Hotel. £10 per dog per night supplement applies and will be added to your bill at the hotel.
This hotel varies its menu options month-to-month. You may be offered either a 3 course table d'hote menu or an allowance of £25pp towards the a la carte menu depending on which option they are operating in your stay month. If you wish clarification as to which option will be available for your stay we would advise contacting the hotel directly to check.
When adding children to a reservation the rate quoted is the total for adults only. Children's rates will be applied at the hotel direct.
Things to see and do while you are staying at the County Hotel in Llandudno,
With an elegant promenade, classic pier, donkey rides on the beach, canopied shops and classic Victorian pastel-coloured, impeccably authentic seafront architecture, Llandudno’s appearance has remained largely unchanged for 100 years.
On the hotel's doorstep:
Llandudno Pier, 1.2 mile
A beautiful, traditional Victorian pier with food and drink, arcades and a regular programme of events.
Llandudno Beach in front of the County Hotel, and West Shore Beach, just a mile away are both sandy beaches, perfect for family fun.
Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre, 1.5 miles
With the longest toboggan run in Britain and a fantastic PermaSnow ski slope, the Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre has everything that you need to practice your skills when there's no snow around.
The Great Orme Tramway and Country Park, 1.9 miles
At the top, you can visit the Great Orme Country Park Visitors Centre, or open a picnic basket at one of the many picnic tables available, but the tram ride is a wonderful experience in its own right.
There are two superb golf clubs near to the County Hotel with challenging courses and a warm welcome for visitors.
Maesdu Golf Club, 1.2 miles
Conwy Caernarvonshire Golf Club, 5 miles
Great Orme Cable Cars, 1.7 miles
The Llandudno cable car first opened back in 1969 and was the longest passenger cable car system in Britain. It travels from the Happy Valley all the way up to the summit of the Great Orme. From the top there are breathtaking views of the Bay of Llandudno, the Conwy Estuary and also the little Orme.
Gogarth North Wales Wildlife Trust, 3 miles
A maritime heath on the western slopes of the Great Orme, teeming with nature and mesmerising views.
Within 10 miles:
Conwy Castle, 4.2 miles
Step back 700 years with a visit to the magnificent Conwy Castle, steeped in history and brimming with fascinating nooks and crannies. Take a guided tour to fully appreciate this exceptional World Heritage Site and enjoy a glimpse into medieval life.
Welsh Mountain Zoo, 4.7 miles
In one of the most picturesque and unique landscapes for any UK Zoo, the Welsh Mountain Zoo occupies 37 acres of lush green landscape overlooking Colwyn Bay and the Carneddau mountains.
Snowdonia Adventure Park, 12 miles
Choose your adventure: surfing, caving, slides, zip lines, climbing walls, swimming, cycling and gorge walking is just a selection of the activities that you can try out here.
Ffestiniog Railway, 32 miles
The world’s oldest narrow gauge railway, taking you on a 13.5-mile journey from the harbour in Porthmadog to the slate-quarrying town of Blaenau Ffestiniog. The trains climb over 700 feet from sea level into the mountains.
Anglesey, 35 miles
Explore this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, perfect for walking, cycling, watersports, golf and family days out.
For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide