Welcome to The Trevone...

Looking out over the bay from one of the finest locations on Llandudno's famous Victorian promenade, The Trevone 's grand historic exterior conceals comfortable en suite rooms, many with stunning views. 

Looking out to sea from the promenade, The Trevone has excellent views of both the Great Orme and the Little Orme at either end of the bay. The Trevone 's 2 comfortable lounges are great spots from which to view the bay and the sea-facing rooms also offer sweeping views of the coastline. All of the comfortable en suite rooms are tastefully decorated and well equipped, with TVs, central heating and tea/coffee making facilities. 

We cater for group bookings, coach parties, wedding and birthday groups,  golf and sports bodies, as well as cycle and motor cycle groups

The Trevone is close to Llandudno's Victorian pier and the bandstand. The town's main shopping area, Mostyn Street, is just 100 metres away.

North Wales Theatre and Conference Centre
Venue Cymru is situated 3 blocks along the promenade from The Trevone therefore we are ideally situated to accommodate visitors attending shows, conferences and concerts

Lift - Our lift services all the floors

Our guest, Matthew Arnold (1822 to 1888) the famous English Poet, declared on his visit to the town in 1864 that "The Trevone" was the best lodging house in Llandudno His most famous poem Dover Beach was penned in 1867.