Llandudno is the largest seaside resort in Wales; hence, it is also known as the Queen of Welsh Resorts. It is situated in Conwy County Borough, along the northern Wales coastline, and has two charming beaches. Being a tourist resort, there are numerous inns, bed and breakfast boutiques and hotels in Llandudno, to suit every pocket. Most of the hotels in Llandudno are located along the parades and crescents near the North Shore promenade, to cater to the throngs of tourists hanging out there.
In addition, you will find luxurious bed and breakfast boutiques near Llandudno's West Shore beach. As this area is quieter and more secluded, accommodation in this area usually costs much less, while providing better services and value. If you are looking for a distinctive place to stay while in Llandudno, then check out The Space Boutique B&B. Housed in a traditional Victorian villa, this hotel in Llandudno has eleven exotically furnished rooms, and its own quality dining Asian restaurant.
The Development Of Llandudno Into A Modern Beach Resort
The town of Llandudno has a rich history, developing through the Stone Age, Medieval Age and Victorian Age, into an exquisite potpourri of culture. According to historians, the town has been inhabited since caveman days, especially the two limestone headlands, which were mined for copper and limestone. These mines and caverns were excavated a few decades ago, and are today one of the top most attractions of this beach town. The earliest recorded history of Llandudno dates back to 1284, when King Edward I gave the manor of Gogarth to the Bishop of Bangor.
In the mid-nineteenth century, Llandudno had a population of around one thousand people, with most folk employed in mining, fishing or agriculture. During this period, an architect from London presented a plan to develop the town as a vacation resort. After adoption of this plan, work for the construction of tourist attractions and bed and breakfast boutiques began at a feverish pace. By 1877, most of the work was complete. This included the addition of Victorian architectural elements to the buildings dotting the seafront, and the construction of the awe-inspiring Holy Trinity Church on Mostyn Street.
Today, most hotels in Llandudno have Victorian architecture to match the overall Victorian theme of the town, and so does The Space Boutique. The staff at our hotel in Llandudno cares about the comfort of our guests, and are focussed on providing highly personalised service to them.
Space Boutique is one of the leading hotels in Llandudno and can be contacted on 01492 818198.