Seafront hotel based in Welsh holiday hotspot
Found in Wales most visited holiday destination, the Chatsworth House Hotel Llandudno packs in almost everything you might export of a seaside resort hotel. Add to this a convenient position and good transport links and you might say youre sorted for most things.
Consisting of 144 guestrooms, the Chatsworth House Hotel Llandudno is a popular destination for the multitudes of vacationers that visit the Conwy district in the North West of Wales. Found on the central promenade the large building caters to travellers with all needs, featuring large lifts for those with mobility problems and a menu that pays close attention to those with eating restrictions.
Each of the bedrooms comes complete with ensuite bathroom. Facilities such as television, hairdryer, telephone, and radio are all present, and if youre lucky enough you may get a room with a view of Llandudno Bay. Other amenities offered by the 3-star property include restaurants, a lounge, and even a grand ballroom which often includes in-house entertainment (music, dancing, and comedy). If youre more of a water baby, the hotel has an indoor heated swimming pool and jacuzzi for you to splash about in as well as a childrens pool.
Beyond the realms of the hotel you have the opportunity to view the scenic bay made up of sandy shores and two bookending limestone headlands (Little and Great Orme). The beach and sea shores are a hive of traditional summer activities, from sandcastle building to picnics and donkey rides.
A short way along the promenade youll find the Llandudno pier with its unique two entrances. The pier, which opened in 1858, is still operational today. If you venture onto the long, water-lapping structure you can expect to find cafes, bars, arcades, traditional kiosks, fairground rides, and, during summer, a traditional Punch & Judy show that has been running since the mid-19th Century. On a clear day you can see the Snowdonia mountain range.
Away from the coastal resort youll find traditional Welsh rolling green fields as well as a series of public gardens, national parks, and stately homes. All provide visitors with the opportunity to step away from the seaside commotion and pause for a breath of fresh air.
For those a little more daring, take a ride on the Great Orme Cabin Lift, a cable cart that runs for 220 metres making it the longest of its type in the UK. If thats not enough, Llandudno is home to an all-year-round artificial ski slope where you can try out skiing and tobogganing.
Being that you can see Snowdonia from the Llandudno pier, a trip to the mountain range and its national park. Here you have the option of gentle strolls, tougher hikes, or even using the Snowdon Mountain Railway. Be warned though, the train carriages get very bury with tourists attempting to reach the highest peaks with minimal efforts. Having said that, you should only try some of the tougher routes if youre a trained hiker.
Thanks you its advantageous positioning in North West Wales, the Chatsworth House Hotel Llandudno offers visitors a range of different activities, scenery, and settings, proving a welcome stop for all kinds of traveller.