Bearing in mind that this is an old building, we found that the place was clean and well maintained, if a bit quirky - all the doors seemed to have different doorknobs, and It is a long time since we saw an avocado bathroom suite with a white seat!
It is also a bit of a rabbit warren, with corridors and stairs aparently leading nowhere, a bit tricky for people with limited mobility, although everyone seemed to manage.
The food was ok, but I doubt the wisdom of offering old people spicy curry.
Entertainment was just that - entertaining - we enjoyed it.
Hotel staff were friendly and professional from reception to waiters and cleaning staff.
The hotel is positioned in the centre of the bay a pleasant 20 minute walk to town or the pier area.
The Shearings excursions were ok, but 1 hour 15 minutes is too long at a small retail outlet, even if it is in a town with the longest name in britain.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Enjoying a magnificent site of the Promenade with stunning views of both of the Ormes, this lovely Victorian hotel offers guests a friendly Welsh welcome. Tastefully furnished throughout, and retaining many of the original Victorian features throughout, the hotel’s bar and lounges provide the ideal locations in which to relax. Laid back days can be spent enjoying the beach, strolling the pier or shopping in the newly opened retail development by the main shops. Alternatively, take a tram ride up the Great Orme or discover the numerous sporting pursuits that are on offer locally, too. For a getaway discovering the very essence of North Wales - a region renowned for its beautiful coastline, Celtic heritage and the grandeur of Snowdonia - you couldn’t be better placed than in Llandudno. A small car park is located at the rear of the hotel, or there is unlimited free parking at the front of the hotel. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- County Hotel Llandudno
- County Llandudno
- Bay County Hotel Llandudno, Wales