Monday, 27 February 2017

An Authentic Victorian Stay


Lots of people visit Llandudno every year, hoping to experience a fantastic seaside resort which boasts original buildings which have been painstakingly maintained and cared for, every inch the glorious sight they were in Victorian times.

There’s something magical about this beautiful seaside resort, which touches the soul and resonates with Victorian elegance and splendour. Whether it’s the beautiful stretch of perfectly clean and pristine beaches, it’s variety of amazing things to do and see within and a few miles drive away, Llandudno has absolutely something for everyone and it’s no wonder that the resort has been crowned the Queen of Welsh resorts.

Part of Llandudno’s fantastic success is partly owed to its row of stellar hotels in Llandudno, and while they’re all of an excellent standard, the beauty of Llandudno is very much thanks to the beauty of the hotels within it. Some of course are more beautiful than others, and an excellent addition to its very many rows of wonderful hotels is the St Tudno Hotel on the North Parade, which emulates in its decor the romantic beauty of this period.

The St Tudno Hotel is one of the very oldest buildings within Llandudno, which has a much storied history. Did you know that Alice Liddel, the inspiration behind Lewis Carroll’s classic Alice in Wonderland stayed within this very hotel on one of her much loved holidays with her family. The room which she stayed in is affectionately known as the Alice Suite – which offers unparalleled comfort and décor which both children and adults will love.

The St Tudno Hotel also boasts an award winning restaurant, which is very well known in Llandudno. This restaurant is well known for providing excellent quality fine dining with a twist – gorgeous décor of Lake Como and the chandeliers themselves are wrapped in flowers on a daily basis.

St Tudno Hotel in Llandudno can offer you absolutely everything you need for an excellent holiday, wrapped in all the grace and splendour of the Victorian era.

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