Where to stay around Llandudno?

Our 2019 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 543 holiday lettings near Llandudno. From 275 Bungalows to 275 Cabins, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Llandudno is on HomeAway.

What are the most popular points of interest and landmarks to stay near when travelling to Llandudno?

HomeAway offers a large selection of holiday accommodations near great places in Llandudno. From HomeAway travellers, the most popular points of interest to stay near are:

  • North Shore Beach: 1,158 holiday lettings
  • Great Orme: 1,125 holiday lettings
  • West Shore Beach: 1,165 holiday lettings
  • Llandudno Pier: 1,149 holiday lettings
  • Promenade: 1,168 holiday lettings

But there are many other points of interest around Llandudno listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Can I rent Bungalows in Llandudno?

Yes, of course. HomeAway offers 275 Bungalows in Llandudno. Our other popular types of Llandudno holiday rentals include:

  • Cabins: 275 self catering accommodations
  • Cottages: 275 self catering accommodations
  • Houses: 207 self catering accommodations

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other holiday rentals including Flats and more.

Can I find a holiday accommodation with pool in Llandudno?

Yes, you can select your preferred holiday accommodation with pool among our 2 holiday homes with pool available in Llandudno. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

    Lovely Llandudno

    It's easy to see why the Victorians loved Llandudno so. A wide bay of grass-green headlands, topped with craggy outcrops of rock, lined with a duo of beaches and just a whisker from the mist-gathering peaks around Capel Curig and Snowdonia, it's a place to really kick-start the nostalgia. These days, all that's bolstered by rows of elegant 18th-century mansions, picked out in sun-yellow and white, and a dramatic cable car and vintage railways to ride, not to mention Llandudno holiday rentals that seem tailor-made for families.

    Llandudno holiday rentals for the family

    Llandudno's a master of family fun. One moment it's offering up long arcs of sandy beachfront to build your own versions of Welsh castles on – spade and bucket required, of course. The next, it's beckoning you to high-perched coastal lookouts and gasp-inducing cable car rides over the Irish Sea. If you can find time to fit in excursions elsewhere, then you can also look forward to touring impressive castles at Conwy or hiking the muscle-stretching trails of the world-famous Snowdonia National Park.

    Up to the Great Orme in Llandudno

    Start on Llandudno Pier. It's one of the longest and oldest entertainment piers in the UK, awash with ice-cream vendors and neon-lit gaming arcades. From there, Happy Valley calls. Toboggan courses and botanical gardens await within, not to mention a gondola to transport the whole crew to the tips of the huge Great Orme mountain. A century-old vintage railway – the Victorian Tramway – can get you back down to the town again, but not before you've seen the ancient fossil walls and breathtaking viewpoints up top.

    When the beaches beckon in Llandudno

    A few walkers might still pass through Llandudno in the windy and rainy winter months, but most travellers flock to the resort's celebrated beaches for the summer. In North Wales, that doesn't always mean hot and dry. The best conditions come with June, July and August, often seeing temperatures creep into the 20s; that's when people hit the sands. If you're planning for hiking in Snowdonia or the family attractions of Great Orme, spring and autumn months, like May and September, can be a great time to book those Llandudno holiday rentals.

    From beach to mountain in a moment in Llandudno

    Llandudno can transport you from wide, glistening beachfronts to soaring Welsh mountains in a matter of minutes. That's because the town's duo of sand stretches – North Shore and West Shore beaches – sit in the shadow of the rock-ribbed coastal peak called Great Orme. You can leave the sloshing waves of the Irish Sea and get views all the way down to the ridges of Snowdonia by moving between them. Excursions further around the coast can reveal basking seals and even dolphins.