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Hotels in Llandudno

St Tudno Hotel
Promenade
Llandudno
North Wales

LL30 2LP | View map
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Undoubtedly one of the most delightful small hotels to be found on the coast of Britain, St Tudno Hotel, a former winner of the Johansens Hotel of the Year Award for Excellence, certainly offers a very special experience.

The hotel, which has been elegantly and lovingly furnished with meticulous attention to detail, offers a particularly warm welcome from owner, Martin Bland, and his caring and friendly staff. Each beautifully co-ordinated bedroom has been individually designed with many thoughtful extras provided to ensure guests' comfort. The bar lounge and sitting room, which overlook the sea, have an air of Victorian charm. Regarded as one of Wales' leading restaurants, the air-conditioned Terrace Restaurant has won two AA Rosettes for its excellent cuisine and the AA Wine List Award for Wales 2004.

This 3 AA Red Star hotel has won a host of other awards, including Best Seaside Resort Hotel in Great Britain, Welsh Hotel of the Year, national winner of the AA's Warmest Welcome Award and even an accolade for having the Best Hotel Loos in Britain! St Tudno is ideally situated for visits to Snowdonia, Conwy and Caernarfon Castles, Bodnant Gardens and Anglesey. Golf, riding, swimming and dry-slope skiing and tobogganing can be enjoyed locally.

I had a saddle of lamb which was simply unimprovable Bill Bryson, Travel Writer, article in the Times
The food is sensationally good, Frank Barrett, Travel Editor of the Mail on Sunday

Additional Facilities
Passenger Lift
Free Parking & Garage

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Nearest Train Station: Llanduduo
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Group Affiliations: Welsh Rarebits
Ratings/Awards: 3 AA Red Stars & Top 200 Hotels
WTB/Visit Wales - Gold Award 2007/8
Hotel of the Year - Johansens Recommended Hotel Guide
Hotel of the Year - 'Seaside Stunner' - Which? Hotel Guide
Family Welcome Guide Gold Award Winner
Good Hotel Guide Best Seaside Resort Hotel in Great Britain and Ireland
Best Hotel Loos in Great Britain
Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18
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Restaurant

Name: Terrace Restaurant
Chef: Andrew Foster
Awards: 2 Rosettes
Good Food Guide Outstanding Wine Cellar Award
AA Wine List Award Winner for Wales 2000 & 2004
Cheshire Life North Wales Restaurant of the Year 2001

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Facilities

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Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Open All Year
Swimming Pool
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
MiniBar

Special Offers

A Very Special Offer
We are currently offering some very special offers with up to 20% off our room rates.

Offers posted Fri 8th Jul 2011

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Sample Menu:


Smoked chicken, chive & parmesan risotto, oil & fritters £7.95

British tomato soup, clear tomato jelly, pickled onions & basil £6.95

Chicken liver parfait, balsamic glaze, golden raisin chutney, toasted brioche £7.25

Pan seared Anglesey scallops, bacon confit, peas, broad beans & shallots £9.95

A tasting of the pier: Mackerel, cod, crab & cockles with samphire & white wine £7.95

Tuna loin (served rare) nicoise, tomato pressing, saffron potato, lemon confit dressing £7.95


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Tenderloin of pork, buttered cabbage, fricassee of cauliflower, peas and ham hock, galette potato £18.95

Pan seared fillet of salmon, Anglesey scallops, chive mashed potato, asparagus,
soft poached duck egg £19.95

Fillet of Welsh beef, summer vegetable and oxtail Wellington, Anna potato,
wild mushrooms and béarnaise sauce £27.95

Fricassee of local seafood in tomato & fennel, crab fritter, salsify, asparagus & samphire £19.95

Pan roasted loin and confit breast of Welsh lamb, dauphinoise potato, minted pea puree,
courgette pattie, Madeira jus ` £19.95

Wild mushroom, asparagus & parmesan risotto, courgette fritters £16.95


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A tasting of Morello cherry with a poppy seed tuile £7.50

Dark chocolate pave, mandarin sorbet, milk chocolate truffle & orange £6.95

A tasting of classic British desserts for two £13.95

Summer fruit pudding, strawberry ice cream, pastels, crisp meringue £6.95

Selection of homemade ice creams or sorbets £5.95

A selection of Welsh farmhouse cheese with spiced grape chutney (Please pre-order) £8.95


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