Places to go out & eat & drink in Llandudno
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Llandudno

Places to eat & drink in Llandudno.

Those of us who regularly holiday in Wales always know when we have arrived in Llandudno when we first see the long curved bay, and the promenade of pale Victorian buildings that stretch down the front with the Pier at the end. The Great Orme rises in the background and the waves break on the long curved crescent of sand.

There is something about the atmosphere here that you find no where else. Candy floss, donkey rides, Punch & Judy, and behind the rows of imposing hotels on the seafront lies the town with everything you would expect, from designer chic to quirky gift shops, from a nut and bolt to high class restaurants.

Llandudno is also noted for its excellent theatre and conference facilities - Venue Cymru - listen to world class concerts, opera, musicals, pantomimes, and drama etc.

When here most people like to take a trip up the Orme, either on foot or by more tranquil arrival on tram or cable car, the views from the top are fantastic, looking out towards Snowdonia, and the Clwydian Hills. You can also enjoy boat trips and guided tours, the Alice in Wonderland trail in Happy Valley, Bodafon Farm Park, Bonkerz Fun Centre. Llandudno is also known for its arts with many good galleries - the Mostyn, The Gallery Tudno Lodge and the Old Bank Gallery.

The castled town of Conwy is is a short hop away, and you are within easy reach of Rhos-on-Sea, Betws-y-Coed, the Snowdonia National Park and the Isle of Anglesey.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Llandudno or surrounding areas.

Llandudno Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc

Bodysgallen Hall

Llandudno, LL30 1RS
Tel: 01492 584466    Fax: 01492 582519

Looking out serenely over the town below, Bodysgallen has a majesty all its own. Surrounded by immaculately manicured gardens the handsome house offers a degree of comfort and reassurance, which leads to expectations in the dining room that are well met. As in so many restaurants in Wales local materials are well used.
Type: Restaurant

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Empire Hotel

Church Walks, Llandudno, LL30 2HE
Tel: 01492 860555    Fax: 01492 860791

The Watkins Restaurant offers a fixed price menu, changed daily. It has its regulars who are many and torn between telling the world and keeping it to themselves. Local produce is prominent and whilst a modern influence is at work there are frequent appearances by old and trusted favourites.
Type: Restaurant

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Imperial Hotel

The Promenade, Llandudno, LL30 1AP
Tel: 01492 877466    Fax: 01492 878043

Chantrey’s Restaurant is the culinary centre of this majestic hotel, anchored like some passing liner on the seafront at Llandudno. The menu changes every month and accurately reflects the local produce. Presentation and service are polished. An interesting wine list produces some real gems.
Type: Restaurant

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