Afternoon Tea

Llandudno Bay Hotel

Afternoon Tea

Llandudno Bay Hotel

Llandudno Bay Hotel

East Parade, The Promenade, Llandudno, LL30 1BE

Llandudno Bay Hotel is a four star hotel offering beautifully finished en-suite rooms, General amenities include a permanently manned front desk, lounge bar for guest relaxation and parking. Extensive meeting and function rooms are here to cater for business and leisure events. Breakfast choices are served within the inviting dining room and there is an emphasis on fresh local ingredients in menus for later dining.

Llandudno’s North shore Beach is a 10 minute stroll from the hotel and the popular Swimming Centre and Bodafon Farm Park are both less than a mile away.​ Llandudno Pier and Conwy Water Gardens are also a stones-throw away and definitely worth exploring!

Features & Amenities

Afternoon Tea Served

Mon-Sun 12PM-5PM

Nearest Station


Seating Areas

Lounge Bar, Restaurant, Doggy dining room

Dress Code


Special Dietary Needs

(24hr notice), Vegan, Vegetarian

Child Friendly

Yes, children's Afternoon Tea available

Disabled Access

Yes, limited disabled access

Outdoor Area

Outdoor terrace available

Pet Friendly

All Pets Welcome

Make a Day of it

The Great Orme

The Great Orme is Llandudno’s mini-mountain and it’s rich in natural and man-made history. You really can’t miss it. There it is, at the end of the prom, next to Wales’s longest pier. The Great Orme headland is a massive chunk of limestone that rises 207m/679ft straight out of the sea. Little wonder that its name, given by the Vikings, means ‘sea monster’. It may be big and bold, but it’s a friendly kind of place too. A long-standing Llandudno favourite, along with Punch and Judy and donkeys on the beach. Hop on the cable car or the Great Orme tramway and you’re soon at the top where you’ll find a Visitor Centre (closed in winter). You can reach the top by walking or driving too. The top of the Great Orme is the best place to explore the fascinating geology, archaeology, wildlife and the history of this headland. It is thought to be over 350 million years old. The Great Orme is recognised as a Country Park, Special Area of Conservation, Site of Special Scientific Interest and Heritage Coast. Its different habitats range from rich heathlands to sheer sea cliffs and limestone grassland to woodland. They support a wide variety of plants and wildlife. Some species, such as choughs, are very rare. Others, like the silver-studded blue butterfly, are unique to the Great Orme. You should have no problem in spotting its most famous residents, the wild Kashmir goats with their shaggy white coats and fearsome horns. To learn more about the Great Orme’s history, you can follow the nature trail from the Great Orme Country Park Visitor Centre. There are information points along the route which tell you all about the story of the headland. The Great Orme Ancient Mine, the world’s largest Bronze Age mine, is also well worth a visit. And the quickest way back down to sea level? Ski, snowboard, sno-tube or toboggan from the Llandudno Ski Slope and Snowboard Centre (no snow needed).


East Parade, The Promenade, Llandudno, LL30 1BE

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