- Very Good
- 11 guest reviews
"..our stay at Space was for a weekend of bird watching and running - the Conwy half marathon..the accommodation allowed us to do both with r..."
"Had a lovely warm welcome from the owner Bobby, me and my partner hadn't been Llandudno before, Bobby told us what we were near to and thing..."
"Very friendly welcome by Bobby on arrival, the room was exactly as described, it was very clean and the facilities were great. We did not ea..."
"Very nice b&b warm friendly welcome, comfortable room bathroom was very spacious and clean great shower to. The hotel also houses a restarau..."
"Sunita and bobby, perfect hosts, from knocking on their door to when we left we could'nt have asked for more,friendly and welcoming and defi..."
About the hotel
Space B&B is located close to the west shore of Llandudno, beneath the famous Great Orme headland and within walking distance of the town’s visitor attractions, shops, theatre and conference centre, and famous curved promenade. It is the perfect location from which to visit the North Wales sandy beaches, scenic coastline and, the Snowdonia National Park and an easily-accessible weekend retreat. We have eleven individually-designed luxurious, contemporary and chic rooms.
Each room benefits from its own unique Indian style, combining elegance and grandeur with spacious comfort. Space boutique offers fine Indian dining in Jaya restaurant. The only truly authentic home cooked Indian food in North Wales, the menu at Jaya has been devised by the executive chef and owner Sunita Katoch. Why not relax and enjoy a choice of drink from our carefully selected wine list or champagne cocktail from our bar. Known as the Queen of Welsh Resorts, Llandudno is a thriving holiday and shopping centre, with a host of attractions, including a pier, theatre, dry ski slope, parks and gardens. Llandudno nestles between the Great and Little Orme headlands and boasts Victorian and Edwardian elegance. The town benefits from two beaches: the highly acclaimed North Shore with its crescent shaped bay; and the quieter West Shore, ideal for a more reflective stroll. The Great Orme headland includes Bronze Age copper mines, Britain’s only cable-hauled tramway still in operation, a dry ski slope and breathtaking views across to Snowdonia, the Isle of Anglesey and even the Lake District on a clear day. For the adventurous, a range of outdoor pursuits and water sports are available in both Llandudno and along the North Wales coast. A short distance up the estuary is Conwy, a medieval walled town with a beautifully maintained castle. As a world heritage site, it is rich in historical interest. For theatergoers, Venue Cymru hosts many West End productions and live bands throughout the year.
Showing Monday 8 February 2016 to Tuesday 9 February 2016Change Search
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant , Bar
- Family friendly
- Interconnecting rooms available
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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91% would recommend it to a friend
..a hidden gem..
..our stay at Space was for a weekend of bird watching and running - the Conwy half marathon..the accommodation allowed us to do both with relaxation and comfort..the food is superb - you must try the on-site Indian cuisine..brilliant!..the breakfast was sublime..the owner and his staff were a credit to themselves, the town and their profession..
Had a lovely warm welcome from the owner Bobby, me and my partner hadn't been Llandudno before, Bobby told us what we were near to and things to do.
Such a lovely place with lovely surroundings. Can not fault a thing!