“ … colour, found among the rocks, crafted by the patient ocean's constant dance”… O. Tearle.
Strolling along Llandudno’s elegant promenade, little has changed since Victorian times ( less long dresses and parasols of course) but the smart, pastel painted hotels and impeccable seafront remains unchanged. Hen-Dy B&B offers a perfect view of this glorious promenade from its many windows, but unlike the Victorian guests, we have every modern convenience and comfort provided for us in this splendid B&B. Offering 11 en-suite bedrooms (double/twin or family rooms). They have been awarded a 5 star rating on TripAdvisor as well as a 5 star food hygiene rating. You are warmly welcomed into this relaxed but sophisticated guesthouse. All rooms spotless and spacious and a delicious freshly cooked Welsh breakfast awaits you or continental if you prefer.- Top 100 Review
10 North Parade
Llandudno, Conwy , LL30 2LP
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The Homefront Museum
In this unique living history museum, take a self guided tour and explore 6 years of war on the home front captured in shops, room displays and tableaux.
Llandudno Monkey Man
One of Llandudno’s most recognisable residents is marrying his “soulmate”, and wants the whole town and his fans from across the world to join in the celebrations.
Nearby Eating Out
The Irish Bar
The Irish Bar in Llandudno is a truly fun and friendly bar which offers a little taste of Ireland, right at the heart of North Wales. Convivial and authentically Irish: the bar has a great reputation for being fun, welcoming and a place where you come in as a
Johnny Dough’s Llandudno
Here at Johnny Dough’s we strive to bring you the best in wood-fired pizzas. We put a lot of time into creating a menu that offers that something for everyone.