Looking to take a break in one of North Wales’ most picturesque seaside towns? Then take a look at our range of Llandudno cottages and self catering holiday properties. All are highly-rated.
Set on the Great Orme headland, this Llandudno self catering holiday property affords fantastic coastal views. The immaculate interior, furnished in a contemporary style, comprises double and twin bedrooms, a shower room with walk-in shower and a modern kitchen diner that’s equipped with the latest appliances. Also of note is the living room which features a traditional wood-burner stove. The exterior of the cottage consists of a front patio and enclosed rear courtyard. Within close proximity are Llandudno’s two excellent beaches: North Shore and West Shore. Guests also have easy access to an assortment of top visitor attractions. Some of these include the Happy Valley Botanical Gardens, the Llandudno Chocolate Experience and the Great Orme Country Park.
4 Tan Y Bryn Road is a charming semi-detached property that offers self catering accommodation in Llandudno for up to six guests. Overlooking the town’s rooftops towards the sea, it boasts a stylish, well-presented interior. On the first floor are three bedrooms (1 king-size double, 1 double, 1 twin), of which two offers fantastic coastal views, and a bathroom with bath and shower over. The downstairs area comprises an open-plan living space featuring a bright, welcoming living room, dining area and modern kitchen with smart midnight blue cabinets. An additional sitting area is also found on the ground floor. Although furnished in a contemporary style, the property retains plenty of character features including an original cast-iron fireplace, tiled floors, a grand wooden staircase and high ceilings. Less than a mile from this lovely property is the beating heart of Llandudno with its stately Victorian promenade and botanical gardens.
Deceptively spacious holiday cottage in Llandudno that can accommodate up to eight guests – set in a quiet cul-de-sac, it features a well-presented contemporary interior. On the first floor are three bedrooms (1 super-king-size, 1 double, 1 twin) and a first floor bathroom with bath and shower over. The ground-floor comprises a king-size bedroom, a shower room with walk-in rainfall shower, a stylish lounge with wall-mounted TV and a dining room. Adjoining the dining room is a modern fully-fitted kitchen. Lawn Gardens are to be found at the front and rear of the property. The vibrant Llandudno, with its two excellent beaches is on the doorstep while slightly further afield (4 miles) is the magnificent Conwy – a World Heritage Site renowned for its incredible thirteenth century castle.
Detached holiday cottage within walking distance of Llandudno’s Victorian promenade – set between the Great Orme and Little Orme headlands, 14 Tudno Street sleeps four guests. The main entrance opens up to a bright, well-furnished open-plan interior consisting of a cosy living room with wood-burner effect electric fire and a well-equipped kitchenette diner with table for four. From here, stairs lead up to double and twin bedrooms and a shower room with shower. To the front of the property is an enclosed patio with garden furniture. In addition to the promenade, guests staying at this modern holiday dwelling are in close proximity to top attractions such as the Great Orme Tramway as well as the wonderful medieval town of Conwy (4 miles).
Featuring wonderful coastal views out towards the Great Orme, this luxury property is well-suited to those looking for self catering accommodation in Llandudno. Superbly-furnished throughout, the stylish interior comprises six bedrooms (3 king-size doubles, 1 double, 2 second-floor twins), a sitting room with wood-burner stove, a separate dining room and a large kitchen that equipped with the kind of appliances one might expect from such a well-presented holiday dwelling. Other highlights include a second floor playroom with games console, a snug with seating for five and no less than four Smart TVs with full Sky packages. Outside is an enclosed gravelled courtyard with furniture and a hot tub. As well as being close to the centre of Llandudno and its two beaches, 51 Trinity Avenue is ideally-placed for exploring the stunning Snowdonia National Park and Anglesey.
Victorian semi-detached holiday cottage with an exterior that’s utterly in keeping with the architectural quaintness of Llandudno – it can accommodate up to 12 guests making it ideal for families or groups. Beautifully-presented and decorated to a high standard, this lovely holiday getaway is set out over three floors. There are six bedrooms (2 king-size doubles, 4 twins), one with en-suite facilities, a bathroom with bath and walk-in shower and a spacious kitchen with breakfast bar. Decorative and stylistic flourishes can be found throughout such as exposed brick walls, rustic wood flooring and a glass lantern roof found in the orangery/sun room. From here patio doors lead out to a raised decking area with furniture. Within walking distance are shops, the local seafront and promenade, not to mention numerous pubs and good restaurants.
Craig Yr Angel is a three storey holiday property for six guests which once served as a copper miner’s cottage. It’s set on the Great Orme headland and boasts superb views of Llandudno seafront and bay. Able to sleep six with three bedrooms (1 king-size, 1 double, 1 twin), the contemporary interior has a bathroom with bath, a shower room with walk-in shower and a large kitchen diner with table for six. The living room offers lovely coastal vistas and includes a wall-mounted flat-screen TV. A patio and enclosed courtyard are found to the front and rear of the property respectively. Local attractions nearby include Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre, Happy Valley Botanical Gardens and the Home Front Museum.
Those looking for holiday cottages near Llandudno should direct their attention to this historical property. Dating from the 18th century, this Grade II listed getaway is set in an elevated position overlooking the nearby village of Penrhynside. Like a lot of the other self catering cottages mentioned here, the views are absolutely spectacular. Highlights include a super king-size double bedroom, small but suitably equipped kitchen and a cosy sitting room with wood-burner stove. Character features are present throughout such as the original exposed brick walls, a feature-fireplace and exposed ceiling beams. The exterior features a private patio with furniture and a barbecue. Two award-winning pubs are a short walk away, while Llandudno is about two miles from the cottage.
Hafan-y-Mor is a modern holiday property for seven guests that’s a five-minute walk from Landudno town centre. Set out over three floors, there are four bedrooms (1 king-size double, 2 twins, 1 single) and a bathroom with bath and walk-in shower. On the ground-floor is an additional shower room, a separate dining room, a large galley-style kitchen and sitting room with a pair of two-seater sofas. Furnished in neutral colours, the well-presented interior also includes character features here and then such as the tiled flooring in the hallway and original bay windows. Both the Great and Little Orme headlands are in close proximity – the former can be reached via the Great Orme Tramway. Popular villages relatively nearby include Conwy and Colwyn Bay.
So called due the town’s Great Orme Tramway, this immaculate end-of-terraced holiday cottage boasts some fine coastal views that take in Llandudno seafront and its famed promenade. It’s a three-storey property that’s furnished to exacting standards. Inside is one double bedroom with private balcony and seating, a second-floor twin with sloping ceilings and a shower room with shower. The ground-floor is open-plan comprising a well-equipped kitchen with modern units, a dining section and sitting area with wood-burning stove. On the doorstep is the Great Orme Country Park, the botanical gardens and an assortment of local amenities and attractions. Slightly further afield is the stunning Snowdonia National Park.
Situated in the centre of Llandudno and a short drive from Snowdonia National Park, this cosy two-bedroom cottage is ideally-placed for exploring some of North Wales’ most picturesque locations. On the first floor are a double bedroom and a shower room with walk-in shower. The downstairs space comprises a kitchen, dining area and living room with Smart TV. The kitchen leads to a private enclosed courtyard with furniture. Within walking distance is Llandudno’s pretty promenade, the town’s shopping centre as well as its two excellent beaches. Other top attractions in the local vicinity include the Great Orme Tramway.
Smart, well-presented holiday property in Llandudno that can accommodate four with two bedrooms (1 king-size, 1 twin) – elegant and well-equipped, the single-storey interior also comprises a shower room with rainfall shower, a modern fitted kitchen with granite work-tops and breakfast bar and a stylish living room featuring an electric inset fire. The exterior consists of an enclosed garden with lawn, patio area and furniture. Central Llandudno, with its vibrant mix of top restaurants and highly-rated pubs, is just a short walk from the property. Also nearby is North Shore Beach and Llandudno Pier – a Grade II listed structure that’s the longest in all of Wales. This is a great base from which to explore one of Wales’ most scenic regions.
Rurally located between Llandudno (3.5 miles) and Glan Conwy, this immaculate, well-equipped holiday cottage is able to accommodate parties of up to five guests. It’s set near the attractive, bustling village of Deganwy and features a beautifully-presented interior. The first floor affords fantastic countryside views and comprises three bedrooms – 1 king-size double, 1 double, 1 single and a bathroom with bath and shower over. Downstairs is a sitting room with imitation wood-burner, a modern fully-fitted kitchen and dining area. Patios are to be found at the front and rear of the property with seating. The nearby Deganwy sits on the banks of the River Conwy and features a marina, shops and some good restaurants. Those looking to venture further afield are within a relatively short distance from Conwy and Snowdonia.
300 year-old holiday for four guests set near Llandudno Pier – it accommodates four guests with two bedrooms (1 double, 1 bunk-room) and is themed around Lewis Carroll’s famous Alice in Wonderland character. The quirky beamed interior comprises a cosy lounge with feature fireplace and a colourful galley-style kitchen that’s well equipped. From the landing, a door leads out to an enclosed sun terrace with parasol, furniture and outside lighting – there’s also a small sitting area that’s accessible from the ground-floor back-door. Local shops, the promenade and Llandudno’s famed pier are within a stone’s throw of this historical cottage.
Well-appointed holiday cottage in Llandudno that provides easy access to local amenities as well as the town’s promenade and beaches – the upstairs area consists of a king-size bedroom, adult bunk-room and bathroom with bath and overhead shower. The downstairs living space features an oak-finished kitchen and lounge diner. Guests will be able to enjoy the use of two flat-screen televisions, one of which can be found in the double bedroom. Outside is an enclosed decked patio with furniture. In addition to the picture-postcard charms of Llandudno, the property is near Conwy (4 miles) and its extraordinary castle, as well as the majestic beauty of Snowdonia National Park (20 miles). Also well worth a visit is the neighbouring seaside resort of Colywn Bay (6 miles) and its Blue Flag beach.
Popular Local Attractions
- Angel Bay
- Bodafon Farm Park
- Great Orme
- Great Orme Cable Cars
- Great Orme Copper Mine
- Great Orme Tramway
- Happy Valley Gardens
- Home Front Museum
- Little Orme
- Llandudno Pier
- North Shore Beach
- Mostyn Street
- West Shore Beach