Llandudno, Wales is a quintessential seaside town on the west coast of Great Britain. I have written about it in the past (Llandudno, Wales) as the vacation place of the real Alice who inspired Alice in Wonderland. The website www.visitllandudno.org.uk has more information about Alice, as well as about the many sites and attractions around the area.
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We had some difficulty finding a place with room for five, but have recently discovered some promising options located immediately in Llandudno and environs.
The Alexandra Hotel: This reasonably priced establishment is centrally located and in close proximity to the beach on 11 Clonmel Street in Llandudno. They have a room that will accommodate five (as long as three of the members are children) called the Family room. Breakfast is included. Wifi is free. I found the best prices on Expedia, but I would, nonetheless, contact the hotel directly with the ages of your children so there are no surprises or disappointments upon arrival. www.thealexandrahotel.com
The Bee Hotel: This hotel is in the coastal town of Abergele which is a shot drive to Llandudno. It also has a room described as the “Family En-Suite” which will sleep five guests assuming that there are multiple children. There is a game room and various forms of entertainment provided that are family oriented. Breakfast is included. www.beehotelabergele.co.uk
Bryn Woodlands House: The guesthouse is located in the coastal resort town Colwyn Bay and an easy walk to the rail station. Colwyn Bay is a short drive or train ride to Llandudno. The Family Room can accommodate four guests in beds and a fifth on a cot. Additionally, they have a room with bunk beds for families with older children. Prices include breakfast. www.brynwoodlandshouse.co.uk
Wales has many fantastic, if not romantic, points of interest including medieval castles, windswept headlands and long piers stretching out into the Irish Sea. The prices for everything are much more reasonable and easier on the family travel budget than other Great Britain destinations. The train access allows those without vehicles to get about. We hired a private car one of our days as well.