Llandudno hostel is in a great location with comfy beds and everything was very clean too. Staff were really friendly and easy to talk to, as well as being really knowledgeable of the area. Highly recommend this recommend as a place to stay in llandudno.
Very comfortable, value for money. Located centrally, with plenty of on street free parking, if full can also park at the station for 2 pounds per 12 hours. Once parked you don't need your car for rest of the stay as everything is walking distance. Comfortable family ensuite room, smooth check in and check out, lots of eating option nearby. Would definitely recommend.
We stayed in a small family room (double and single) with my young son and a travel cot was provided by the hostel. All as described, comfortable room, friendly welcome. Only a very short walk from seafront and town centre. We would stay again!
It was quite late when we called to find a room for the night. John was very accommodating allowing us to use a double room (with bunks but not required). No issues, shower en suite. Nice and clean and departed next morning nice and refreshed.
My stay at Llandudno Hostel was a last minute, solo, 3 night stay in the middle of September, as a midweek break. Part of the reason for choosing the hostel was my desire for a low key break. I didn't want to be bothered with dressing up for dinner etc. The other reasons were it's proximity to the town centre and the beach, both within easy walking distance, and the fact that Llandudno is a really nice place to stay. My first impressions from outside were that it's well maintained, with fresh paint and clean steps. My second was, drat, steps. Sadly, unless there is an accessible back entrance, this hostel is not a wheelchair accessible. There were, I believe six steps to the front door. (My hubby is in a wheelchair, so I tend to notice accessibility issues). There was at least one bedroom on the ground floor with a double bed, and en-suite if you could manage a few steps. Once inside the impression of cleanliness didn't change. Everything was spotless and much higher quality than I'd expect from a hostel, with crystal chandeliers in the rooms and hallways, thick, colourful carpets and Chesterfield suites in the lounge. Because of Covid regulations I was the sole occupant of a 4 bed bunk room with handbasin,on the second floor. The bunks were sturdy, solid pine twin bunks, with heavenly, thick mattresses, beautifully plump pillows, comfortable duvets, and brilliant white cotton bedding. I can't praise the comfort of the beds enough, I have paid over £100 a night in some hotels and not had the level of comfort I had for three nights in this hostel. The toilet and bathroom on the second floor were shared and with everything else at the hostel, were spotlessly clean. The towels given to customers were large, fluffy and brilliantly white. Again there was no skimping on the quality. I didn't have breakfast as I'm not really a breakfast eater (unless driving long distance and likely to miss lunch, so not needed in this case), though I am a copious tea drinker. Thankfully the hostel had this covered with a plentiful supply of tea, coffee etc with a kettle in the rooms and if you ran out an open dining room to get more if needed. The dining room was in the basement, (so an accessibility issue for some) and was used for breakfast (ordered the night before) and for the customers use of the fridge, microwave, cutlery and crockery for any takeaways brought back. The hostel was not a self catering hostel. Luckily there was plenty of places nearby to get plenty of choice in meals. John the manager was very helpful and answered loads of questions, he even carried my bag upstairs for me. Nothing was too much trouble, from finding out train times, to extra towels, extra milk or the best pizza place in town. The hostel is a quiet hostel, no noise after 10pm, definitely not a party hostel. I am definitely going back, the next time I need a short break.…