- Very Good
- 6 guest reviews
"Only had one night at this b&b but would highly recommend it for comfort friendliness and cleanliness,also the quality of the food...."
"Interesting, quirky place to stay with wonderful views at the front...."
"Little things like a full length mirror would have been helpful. We had four lights that didn't work and a TV that did not respond to any of..."
"A true oasis. This boutique hotel offers stylish luxury along with an informal, almost homely, atmosphere. The staff and management could no..."
"Really pleased with this surprising little hotel.A really pleasant experience.Lovely room with a magnificent view. Splendid bathroom with la..."
About the hotel
Escape is Llandudno's first contemporary boutique B&B. It offers cool, exclusive, stylish and glamorous accommodation in a unique Victorian villa and is situated within a short walk of Llandudno's finest restaurants, bars and shops. Escape from the ordinary, break free from the crowds, discover where Snowdonia meets the sea.
We are situated in the stunning Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno, surrounded by beauty. Sweeping bays, towering headlands, classic pier, ancient sites and historic splendours. Llandudno brings together a lively mix of fun and entertainment - famous for it's large crescent promenade, wide shopping streets and family attractions. Internationally-renowned travel writer Bill Bryson recently named Llandudno as his "favourite seaside resort" in an article in the Sunday Times Travel Supplement. With Victorian character and Edwardian elegance, Llandudno is admitted to be Wales' premier holiday resort - the Queen of Welsh resorts, and remains unspoiled by the passing of time making it the perfect location for that memorable holiday or short break. The next town, Conwy, offers rich historical interest and is a world heritage site thanks to it's graceful and beautifully maintained castle. From the castle to the marina Conwy stretches into the Snowdonia National Park, the UK's second largest national park which offers stunning, unspoilt countryside and is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.
- Car parking available onsite, Car Parking Available Offsite
- Wi-Fi Available, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- In Room Entertainment
- Video/DVD Player
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Concierge
- Video/DVD Library
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- Up to 10 years old
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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83% would recommend it to a friend
Sadly, we didn't get what we expected when we booked
Firstly, let me start with a positive - the staff are GREAT.
Friendly, helpful - everything you could ask for.
BUT, and it's a big but, we didn't get the room we booked - we booked one of the "Luxury Double Rooms" for a special occasion expecting to be in one of the two big front rooms on the first floor, but on arrival we got shown up to a room on the second floor (Room 7), that, to be honest, was nothing special compared to many we've stayed in. OK, so it had a Super King Size "floating bed" (i.e. on a central pillar) with flashing lights underneath, but that pretty much filled the room with little else besides the ensuite - more about that later. As for the rest of the furniture - very stylish I'm sure but pretty impractical. One 3/4 wardrobe, a couple of small wall-hung boxes with fold-down flaps as bedside cabinets, a long box as a sort-of desk (too shallow to be used) and a deeper one just big enough for the tea-making facilities. And two hugely uncomfortable but very smart-looking "bedroom chairs" - far too low to use with the desk had it been deep enough. No drawers, no storage - hopeless for a longer stay. Very stylish to look at, but not guest-friendly. Right, the ensuite. Very clever, a glass door that slides back into the wall. But facing the bed when the whole thing could easily have been rotated 90 deg. to face the side. Nip to the loo in the night, pop on the light and wake your partner. Hot water that barely runs and takes ages to get warm. A basin that barely empties. A posh loo so huge and narrow-rimmed you feel like you could do with a kiddie-seat. And a flush so awkward that if you have any thumb nails at all you can't do it. (And that takes three goes to "clear" as well.) Did I mention the mouldy tiling in the shower, and the missing & broken grout in the tiled floor. Overall, staying in this room was a pretty poor experience, and the only thing that offset it a little was that when I came to pay, I was charged for a "Superior" (Hmm!) Double Room rather than the Luxury one that I booked ... which went some way to explaining why it was nothing like we expected, having had a good look at the photos before we booked and expecting to get room 1 or 3. Oh, and ignore the photos of the outside - its looking pretty shabby at the moment rather than white and gleaming, with peeling paintwork to the windows and rust staining down the white painted render - NOT a good first impression, although, in all fairness, the interior is pretty smart overall.
Finally, when we checked in, there was never a hint that we hadn't got the Luxury Double Room we booked. If they had overbooked or double-booked, it would have been nice to have been told that at the beginning rather than finding out at the end when I came to pay. Was it worth what we paid in the end. Honestly, no it wasn't, and sad to say, it won't be repeated.
Llandudno birthday stay
Only had one night at this b&b but would highly recommend it for comfort friendliness and cleanliness,also the quality of the food.