Llandudno Hostel, 14 Charlton Street, Llandudno, LL30 2AA
Call James or Melissa on 01492 877430
OverviewJames and Melissa would like to invite you to their award winning Victorian, boutique 4* hostel. A wonderfully friendly hostel where individuals, families and groups (including schools) are welcome all year. Some of the guests' comments include: Friendliest hostel we've ever stayed in. Wow isn't it clean. These bathrooms are fabulous, as good as any hotel. Set in the heart of the Victorian seaside resort town of Llandudno, an ideal place to shop or explore the many and varied local attractions. Excellent blue flag beaches, dry slope skiing, toboggan run, Zip Safari, Surf Snowdonia, Zip World, bronze age copper mine, traditional pier, many museums, fishing trips, sailing etc. Llandudno is within easy travelling distance of Snowdon, Bodnant Gardens and local castles. The hostel can book local attractions for groups and secure some discounts. A fabulous welcome awaits you.
Beds & Rooms:46: 2x8,2x6,4x2,1x4,1xfamily(6)
Open:All year (telephone in winter prior to arrival). All day.
Price per night:From £23 per person, £55 per private twin room, £60 per private twin en suite. Group and family rates on request. Special offers autumn/winter.
Booking:Essential April to July.
Directions:From the A55 take A470 and follow signs to Llandudno town centre, straight through all roundabouts, after Asda turn 3rd left into Vaughan Street (signed train station), then 1st right into Charlton Street. Hostel is No 14 on the left hand side.
Public Transport:Trains at Llandudno town station. Turn right as you exit station, cross road, turn left down Vaughan Street (towards the beach), left into Charlton Street, you will find Llandudno Hostel on your left.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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August 18th 2011
To say there is more to Llandudno than meets the eye is an understatement. Yes its classic Victorian seafront is among the finest examples of period coastal architecture in the UK, and the pier offers a fun stroll out to sea, providing fabulous views of the town with the mountains dominating the horizon. But for history and nature lovers Llandudno offers a veritable gold, or should I say, Bronze Age copper mine.Read More
Llandudno Hostel is open again and welcoming guests back to this classic Welsh seaside town.
July 23rd 2020
We are only letting rooms with their own private bathroom, this may be in the room or down the hallway. All our rooms are room only but you can purchase a continental breakfast when you check-in which will be brought to your room. Come to the seaside. Book your room now on our website.
Llandudno Hostel houses key workers
May 9th 2020
A keyworker in Llandudno who was required to isolate from vulnerable family members is offered respite accommodation by Llandudno Hostel
Llandudno Hostel slashed its rates to provide accommodation to a keyworker who had to move away from vulnerable family members. This offer was expanded to other members of the work-group and Llandudno Hostel now provides cost price accommodation to this group of vital keyworkers.
An award winning welcome at Llandudno Hostel
June 9th 2019
Conwy 2017 Business Awards award winning hostel, especially praised for our home from home atmosphere!
Guests comment on social media, “friendliest hostel we’ve ever stayed in”, “Wow isn’t it clean”, “these bathrooms are fabulous, as good as any hotel”.