Why does Llandudno have so many fantastic period buildings? Originally created as a resort in Victorian times and functioning as one ever since, Llandudno thankfully managed to escape most of World War II’s bombings, and as such, the constant attention and care paid to these gorgeous buildings has meant that they have remained fully operational, and chock full of stunning period features that we that dwell in high-rise new builds in cities can only dream about.
A great example of these beautiful hotels is the St Tudno Hotel, on the seafront. The hotel itself is very well known in the area for being the subject of repeated visits over one hundred years ago from the family of a certain little girl. Alice Liddel’s family chose Llandudno as the area of many holidays, and afte enjoying their accommodation in St Tudno’s that much, elected to build their own house on Llandudno – Pen Morfa.
While times have passed and changed, St Tudno in itself stands proudly on the Llandudno seafront. Boasting some unique and tasteful features such as fresh flowers weaved daily into it’s chandeliers, stunning décor in Victorian style but with a modern twist, as well as some absolutely beautiful building design – this hotel is one of Llandudno’s finest.
Llandudno stands head and shoulders over it’s competition in the North Wales area, and even headed off competition from far more well-known destinations such as North Devon, Cove Bay, Salcombe, Whitby and Barry Island. It’s not too late to book your trip to Llandudno this year, so why don’t you give it a try?