Bay Marine Hotel
Occupying a truly superb location, the Bay Marine in Llandudno is a classic Victorian hotel that sits right on the seafront, overlooking the Irish Sea. This attractive traditional building benefits from high ceilings and large windows, which offer guests superb sea views and an excellent base for exploring the area.
The perfect choice for a traditional seaside holiday, there’s plenty of space to unwind in the Marine’s array of comfortable lounge and bar spaces. Relax with a pot of freshly brewed tea and watch the world go by or discover the hotel’s indoor pool and enjoy a refreshing swim, whatever the weather. The Marine was refurbished in February 2018, updating all the public areas on the ground floor, as well as many bedrooms – providing a delightful stay in the heart of Llandudno.
Beyond the haven of your hotel, there’s plenty to see and do in Llandudno with its endless sandy beaches, traditional pier and serene backdrop. Rising more than 200 metres over the sea, the astonishing Great Orme is a wonderful place for a guided walk or a less exhausting ride on the Tramway. Whether you hike or hitch your way to the top, tasty food awaits you at the Summit Complex where the menu incorporates produce from specialist local suppliers. Nearby, Conwy Castle offers a breath-taking journey into medieval history. There are also jaw-dropping views from the battlements of the mountains and sea.
In the evening, treat yourself to a show at Venue Cymru, which hosts an eclectic mix of dance, music and theatre through the year. Or you can make your way to Theatr Colwyn, where a lively programme of drama, dance and live music ensures visitors are entertained throughout the year.
The Marine hosts its own programme of entertainment to delight its guests throughout the week during peak season. With a glitzy agenda of comedy, music, vocals, cabaret and dancing to take you into the early hours, you’ll be glad that a comfortable bed awaits at the end of the evening.
The hotel has 114 well-appointed bedrooms with a choice of upgrades from Standard, Standard Plus, Superior or Premier, giving you the option of simple comforts or indulgent luxuries for an extra special stay.
The hotel has 114 rooms split across four 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.
Standard Plus Room
Bay Marine Hotel
Directions: From the A55 take the junction 19 exit onto the A470 towards Llandudno at the fourth roundabout, take the third exit onto Queen’s Road and follow the road down to the seafront and the hotel will be on your right.There is parking available at The Marine Hotel with a limited amount of priority spaces. Spaces can be reserved at £6.00 per day. Advanced booking is recommended
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.
The Llandudno cable car first opened back in 1969 and was the longest passenger cable car system in Britain. It travels from the Happy Valley all the way up to the summit of the Great Orme, which is around 679 feet up. From up on high, there are breath-taking views of the Bay of Llandudno, the Conwy Estuary and also the little Orme. The cable cars can easily be seen from the ground as they are painted in bright cheery seaside colours.
There’s a lot to do during the Great Orme Tramway experience, and it's not just about riding the tram. Once at the summit, you can visit the Great Orme Country Park Visitors Centre, or open a picnic basket at one of the many picnic tables available. The Summit Complex offers drinks and snacks if you've forgotten a picnic basket, or you need to take a break after one of the many available walks on the Orme.
With the longest toboggan run in Britain and a fantastic PermaSnow ski slope, the Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre has everything that you need to practice your skills when there's no snow around. If you're new to skiing or snowboarding and want to learn how to do it, private tuition is also available. Or if you prefer to just sit back and enjoy watching everyone else take part on the slopes, the fully licensed Alpine Bar and restaurant offers tempting refreshments.
An outstanding venue that hosts lots of events and stage shows, ranging from cabaret to dance, music and workshops. The Venue Cymru is only a 10-minute walk from all major transport links, and if you're coming by car, there is a pay and display car park at the rear of the building, along with disabled parking, which is to the left of the main entrance. There is also in-house catering that focuses on fresh local Welsh produce.
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