• Find your break:

  • Great for:
  • 46x44-icon-walking Walking
  • 46x44-icon-seaside Seaside
  • 46x44-icon-food Food and Drink
  • 46x44-icon-activities Activities

Hotel Overview

At a glance                            

  • 100 bedrooms
  • Superb seafront location
  • Views of the sea and Snowdon
  • Standard Plus & Superior Room upgrades available
  • Excellent bar and ballroom
  • Live entertainment
  • Free Wifi in public lounges
  • 24-hour reception
  • Check in 3pm
  • Check out 10am
  • Hotel parking


The Bay County is a lovely Victorian hotel located on the seafront with delightful views over the sea to the Great and Little Ormes – the renowned limestone headlands in Llandudno – and out to Mount Snowdon in the distance. This traditional building has high ceilings and huge windows, giving it a fresh air feel with quality furnishings and stylish décor.

The Bay County’s 100 bedrooms offer a range of accommodation with all the amenities you’d expect to make your stay an enjoyable one. Guests have a choice of Standard, Standard Plus or Superior Rooms, all of which meet the Bay County’s high standards. There are also upgraded rooms available offering more space and extra facilities. 


A fantastic programme of live music, quizzes, games and comedy will keep you thoroughly entertained during your stay, with the elegant ballroom, bar and dance floor offering the perfect place to relax and unwind until the early hours. The hotel boasts its own restaurant with stunning views over the bay and a range of quality food to suit all tastes. Or you can venture out into the town, where you’ll find a whole host of restaurants serving British, European, Asian and traditional Welsh cuisine.

Whether you are looking for a quiet getaway or an exciting adventure, the beach resort of Llandudno has much to offer. With castles, zoos, piers, beaches and art and much more there is something for everyone. Both the North Shore and West Shore beaches offer an opportunity to unwind against the backdrop of breath-taking scenery, while the Victorian Pier – the longest in Wales –  is the perfect place for a stroll and a tasty ice cream. A trek up the Bryn Euryn Nature Reserve will reward you with stunning 360 views overlooking Rhos-on-Sea, or for a less exhausting ascent, take the Tramway to the summit of the Great Orme, a beautiful coastal landmark that sits more than 200 metres above the sea.


Double Bill Tribute weekends 

Don't miss out on a memorable weekend of amazing entertainment with our double bill tribute weekends!

Friday 23rd November - Elton John/Rod Stewart

Friday 30th November - Frankie Valli/Cliff Richard

Friday 7th December - Michael Buble/Frank Sinatra

Friday 14th December - Elvis/Tom Jones



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Great offers available at this hotel

Room Types

The hotel has 100 rooms split across three room types, offering different levels of facility. All rooms feature a comfy bed, television, en suite and tea and coffee making facilities as standard, with additional amenities in higher graded rooms, please click the individual room types below for more information. A number of rooms have step free access and a number are adapted for guests with disabilities, please ask about this when booking.



Standard Room


Standard Plus Room


Superior Room

Location & Useful Information


Bay County Hotel

The Promenade


LL30 1BD


01492 878 711

Important Information

Directions: From the A55 take the junction 19 exit onto the A470 towards Llandudno at the fourth roundabout, take the fourth exit, right, onto Queen’s Road and follow the road down to the seafront and the hotel will be on your left.

The County Hotel has a limited amount of parking spaces, these can be reserved at £6.00 per day. Advanced booking is recommended. On street parking is usually available, charges may apply

Local Attractions

Llandudno Pier

Llandudno’s lovely pier is perfect for a stroll and a treat, with plenty of food stalls to choose from. Treat yourself to a freshly cooked donut, a bag of traditional sweets, or a delicious ice as you admire the incredible views over the Irish sea

The Great Orme

Sitting more than 200 metres above the sea, this coastal landmark is a must-see. Guided walks are available, or you can simply catch the Tramway to the summit for breathtaking views of the area

West Shore Beach

This beautiful beach faces Snowdonia and Conwy Bay, making it a magical place to escape and unwind. Take a stroll or stop for a picnic in warmer weather and soak up the stunning views.

Oriel Mostyn Gallery

The Gallery boasts an exceptional range of contemporary art with regularly changing displays that exhibit both established artists and up-and-coming names. A shop offers the opportunity to pick up a souvenir, while the café provides tasty refreshments. 

Conwy Castle

Step back 700 years with a visit to the magnificent Conwy Castle, steeped in history and brimming with fascinating nooks and crannies. Take up the opportunity of a guided tour to fully appreciate the grandeur of this exceptional World Heritage Site and enjoy a glimpse into medieval life. 

Llandudno Museum

Open from Tuesday to Saturday, Llandudno’s Museum describes the fascinating history of the town, its people and culture. Starting just after the last ice age, the Museum documents the evolution of the area through Roman and Medieval times, before looking at how the town became a popular resort. 

Welsh Mountain Zoo

The zoo boasts a huge collection of mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, amphibians and invertebrates, with regular presentations throughout the day

Bryn Euryn Nature Reserve

This beautiful limestone hill nature reserve is perfect for a scenic walk with rewarding views. 

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