We stayed for 2 nights on the third floor (no lift) in a double room, with an adjoining bathroom for 22 GBP pp pn, with cooked breakfast included. Our tiny room contained the emergency exit for the top floor, and we were not allowed to leave our suitcases near it. The wardrobe was not big enough for the suitcase so we kept switching the place where we left it, but it was always in the way of something. For the price it was acceptable especially as we were only there 2 nights.
There are ensuite rooms available, but there were none left when I booked.
This little place is a bit tired in terms of decor and soft furnishings, and could do with a facelift.
The owners are very sweet and accommodating, and the cooked breakfast was fresh, tasty and plentiful with piles of toast, cereals and fruitjuices. The dining room downstairs is spacious and nicely decorated. The location is also good, it is almost opposite an Italian Restaurant and just footsteps away from shops and central Llandudno. Car parking outside is limited when the town is busy, but there are free spaces a short walk away.
There are two beaches at LLandudno, this hotel is situated near to the small quieter beach, I think it is called West Beach. A small clean and comfortable place , not your 4stars but pleasant enough for a short break.
I love staying in guest houses and bed and breakfasts, but finding the good from the bad is a matter of experience. Usually I like them better than the impersonal hotel rooms, especially as you meet other travellers informally.
All rooms at Plas Madoc are ensuite with added 'extras' -
for example there was a tin of biscuits as well as teas/coffees in the room, also organic toiletries in the bathroom, and a clock/radio next to the bed.
Breakfast was delicious veggie sausages, hash browns, organic tomatoes & mushrooms, eggs, toast & locally made jams- plus choice of drinks, cereals & fruit. I really liked eating at the communal breakfast table where we met fellow travellers.
Very friendly couple who run it - Jo and John Carpenter.
A Victorian house in a quite spot near the Great Orme, restaurants & shops. Easy parking in their driveway.
The Victorian Tram is a 2 minute walk.
LLandudno has umpteen hotels and B&B's to choose from. The north Shore Promemade is lined by elegant Victorian and Edwardian hotels, you will be spoilt for choice. Behind the Grand in the stretts above the shopping town centre, virtually all the houses there are smaller hotels and B&B's all smart looking and colourfully painted - must be something to suit all budgets.
One I did notice was called the Beach Cove and this cost £17 pppn including cooked breafkast. Be aware though that many had no vacancies, even in Februaury, so it could be as well to book in advance.
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