A perfect seaside vacation, staying in luxury hotel accommodation with Snowdonia mountains and beaches nearby, the Ambassador is renowned by many regular returning guests for comfort, service and friendliness.
All their rooms are en-suite, with with panoramic views of the beach, Orme or town. They also have luxury spa rooms with whirlpool baths.
The Patisserie is open during the day, where you can relax with a pot of tea or coffee, perhaps spoil yourself with a sandwich made on the home-baked bread or indulge in a creams cake.
The Hotel has one of the best-stocked bars in Llandudno, with their extensive selection of Liqueurs, Whiskys, Wines, Continental and Farm-pressed Fruit Juices, Health drinks and Bottled Premium Lagers, Beers and Stouts.More Information Check Availability Ask a Question
Llandudno is affectionately known to most as the Queen of Welsh resorts but its recognition stretches much further than its borders. Llandudno is home to the UK’s longest cable car, hosted Darwin for part of the 1820s and was where author Lewis Carroll fell in love with Alice, the girl behind one of the world’s most famous children’s stories. Add a multitude of retails stores with a unique combination of Victorian style and Edwardian elegance and two sunbathe friendly sandy beaches, and it’s easy to see why Llandudno ranks as Wales’s most popular resort.
Stroll along Llandudno’s crescent promenade or enjoy a romantic stroll along the charming pier, then take the weight off your feet by savouring a cream tea at the award-winning Victoria Shopping Centre tearoom.
Llandudno’s famous tramway is a formidable way of exploring the town’s delights in addition to walking. At over a hundred years old, it offers a delightfully old fashioned ride up to Llandudno’s summit.