You'll find us 'On the waterfront!' Situated just 3 miles off the A55 North Wales Expressway you‘ll find The St. Hilary Guest House set on Llandudno's magnificent sweeping bay nestling between the spectacular Great and Little Ormes where a warm welcome awaits! We are ideally situated to explore the wealth of attractions that North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park have to offer.
Nearby Points of Interest
- Bodnant (10 mi)
- The garden at Bodnant is one of the finest in the world, situated above the river Conwy looking across the Conwy valley towards the Snowdon range.The Garden is in two parts: the upper consists of the Terrace Gardens and the lower, known as "The Dell", contains the Pinetum and Wild Garden. * Daffodils, spring bulbs, early flowering rhododendrons and cherries in March to early April. The vast collection of plants ensures colour and interest at all times.
- Snowdonia Mountain Railway (28 mi)
- "The Great Little Trains of Wales"
In l896, the Snowdon Mountain Railway was completed from its starting point at Llanberis. Some of the steam engines date from that year. The railway replaced the local guides with their sturdy mountain ponies which for decades had been taking Victorian tourists to the summit to watch the sunrise. When the weather allows for Snowdon is notorious for its sudden mists & complete lack of visibility, the views are as spectacular as any in the whole British isles.
- Chirk Castle & Gardens (60 mi)
- Chirk Castle is a 700 year old marcher fortress, which commands fine views over the surrounding countryside. It was built in the late 13th century by Roger Mortimer, Justice of North Wales for Edward 1. The castle was sold for 5,000 UK pounds to Sir Thomas Myddelton in 1595 and his descendants continue to live in part of the castle today
- North Wales Golf Course (1.5 mi)
- North Wales Golf Course is situated on the west coast of North Wales in the sunny seaside town of Llandudno with excellent views over the Conwy estuary to Anglesey and the Snowdonia Mountain range. It is a true links course of Championship standard, having previously hosted the Welsh Team Championships.
Llandudno Rail(0.8mi, 1.3km)
Head southeast on Augusta St.
Turn left to stay on Augusta St.
Continue on Vaughan St,
Turn left at A470/Vaughn St, continue to follow A470.
Turn right at A546/The Parade, continue to follow The Parade.
Go through 1 roundabout, your destination will be on the right.
From the North(60.0mi, 96.6km)
From the North, M6 on the M56, follow North Wales to the end of the M56. Follow North Wales signs onto A55. After 42 miles leave the A55 signposted Llandudno & Bodnant Gardens.
Follow the A470 to Llandudno (3 miles) & negotiate 4 roundabouts. At the 4th roundabout follow Craig-y-Don sign in to Queen's Road & continue down to the Promenade.
Turn right & the St. Hilary Guest House is on your right (100 metres).
From the South(0.0mi, 0.0km)
From the the South Again onto the M6 and then onto the M56 and follow the previous directions. An alternative route is through the mountains:- follow M54 from the M6 and travel via Llangollen along the A5 into Betws-y-Coed, and then follow the A470 to Llandudno.