Search Cheap Hostels in Llandudno
Search over 1 million properties and 550 airlines worldwide
Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Featured Hostels in Llandudno
Other property types in Llandudno
St Tudno Hotel
Reviewed on 29 Aug 2020
Grand Hotel Llandudno
Reviewed on 15 Sep 2020
Reviewed on 19 Oct 2020
Llandudno hostels can place everything this “Queen of the Welsh Resorts” has to offer within easy reach. The town’s central hostels will make sure the buzzing nightlife, stunning coastline and restaurants are all within walking distance, whilst the hostels situated just outside of the town are perfect for hikers or those looking to get away from it all.
Llandudno is the largest resort in Wales and it nestles between the Great and Little Ormes. It has two immaculate sandy beaches to enjoy and all the fun of the seaside surrounding both.
Although its history can be traced as far back as Stone Age settlements it was in the 19th century that the resort really sprang to life: the magnificent Victorian architecture still characterises much of the town today. If you are here on the beach in May you may catch a three-day Victorian Extravaganza. This annual event includes a carnival, funfair, parade and festival of transport.
Hostels for natural beauty
Of course, not everyone is looking for a hostel just for the beach. Llandudno sits next to some areas of stunning natural beauty that are perfect for those who have come to enjoy the great outdoors.
The peninsula town of Llandudno is located at the top of Wales and embraced by the Irish Sea. Its surroundings are typified by verdant greenery and brooding, dramatic cliff tops.
Harboured by the Great and Little Ormes, Llandudno offers the avid walker plenty of challenging hikes which deliver one stunning view after another. The Great Orme peak, at 679 feet, affords panoramic vistas and is a haven for rare flora and fauna.
Hostels for relaxing
If all this sounds a little energetic then, perhaps, a trip to the Happy Valley would suit better? Here you can amble around landscaped gardens, try your luck at two miniature golf courses or the putting green and catch a show at the fabulous open-air theatre that overlooks the sea.
Hostels for skiing
Llandudno is home to Ski Llandudno, a 300 metre dry ski slope and toboggan run that hosts the Artificial Ski Championships each year. Why not see how you fare on its slopes?
Hostels for history and culture
Conwy Castle can be found just five miles from the town. This well-preserved fortress stands guard close to the shore of the Conwy Estuary. From its battlements you can see the dramatic backdrop provided by the mountains of Snowdonia.
Book your hostel in Llandudno
With a range of unique activities, sandy beaches, stunning countryside and beautiful architecture, Llandudno is the perfect spot to book your hostel for a seaside break with a difference. Browse our selection of hostels available in Llandudno and enjoy your stay!