Dylan’s Llandudno is located on the waterfront at the far end of East Parade, providing stunning views of the Great Orme, the iconic Llandudno Pier and Bay. The fabulous Grade II listed building, formerly the Washington hotel, was refurbished by Dylan’s in 2017 and re-opened as a 250-seat restaurant over two floors and outside terraces. A bespoke standalone cocktail bar is located under the building’s iconic dome, the perfect place for pre or post-show drinks at Venue Cymru, located 2 minutes from our front door. The restaurant offers a family friendly, relaxed dining experience. The menu features locally sourced fish, seafood and seasonal farm produce served creatively in dishes ranging from artisan pizza to seafood chowder and roast Welsh lamb. All our restaurants are open from 11am-11pm, 7 days a week, throughout the year (except for Christmas Day).
In 1861 a little girl called Alice went on holiday with her family to the ‘Queen of resorts’, Llandudno in North Wales. It was of course Alice Liddell who inspired Lewis Carroll to write his masterpiece
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