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  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Llandudno?

    The price for luggage storage in Llandudno starts from just £5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Llandudno?

    There are multiple locations all around Llandudno which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife, Conwy Castle, Beaumaris Castle and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Llandudno?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Llandudno.

  • Are there storage lockers in Llandudno?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Llandudno. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Llandudno.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Llandudno?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Conwy Holiday Park, Casanova Italian Restaurant, and St Tudno Hotel. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Llandudno are Winchmore Hotel, County Hotel, and The Manor Hotel.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Llandudno?

    Llandudno offers several scenic parks including Denbighshire Memorial Park and Crematorium, University Gardens Park, and Botanical Gardens.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Llandudno?

    You can find local tourist information at RSPB Conwy, Tourist Information, and Tourist Information Office.

  • What are the best museums and historical attractions in Llandudno?

    If you're looking for a good museum in Llandudno, we recommend Penrhyn Castle, Beaumaris Gaol, and Llandudno Museum. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Llandudno's most popular historical attractions including Conwy Valley Line, Conwy Railway Bridge, or Heritage Site and monuments like Marquis of Anglesey Column, Johnson's Monument, or Nelson's Statue. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Rhuddlan Castle, Castell Aberlleiniog, or Basingwerk Abbey.

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Store your luggage around Llandudno with Bounce 

Known as the “Queen of Welsh Resorts,” Llandudno is one of the most popular coastal towns in Wales. Situated on a small peninsula along the craggy Welsh coastline, this former fishing village has become a premier destination in the UK for spending time on the water. Llandudno and other Welsh cities experience an influx of tourists from nearby Liverpool and Manchester, and the high season will find the town full to the brim with vacationers from around the UK and abroad. 

The historic city center is capped by its sweeping crescent-shaped promenade, which runs parallel to perfectly sandy beaches where tourists and locals catch a bit of (rare) sun and take a dip in the Irish Sea. It’s not a terribly different scene from other beach towns in the UK, but where Llandudno sets itself apart is the unique Welsh charm and fascinating history that surrounds it. 

There is well-preserved Victorian architecture everywhere, from the shops along Mostyn Street to the opulent Llandudno Pier, which was built over a century ago. From museums to traditional British pubs to some solid shopping, there’s plenty to do in town. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting Llandudno: 

Luggage storage in Llandudno

Llandudno’s city center is a maze of cobbled streets and narrow alleyways, so you'll really want to find a reliable place to store luggage while you explore Llandudno for a few hours. There aren’t lockers at Llandudno railway station, and the city doesn’t have a prominent left luggage service, so the best luggage storage Llandudno has to offer is available through Bounce. 

We have secure facilities throughout the city, and they’re usually only a short walk from the best attractions of transportation hubs. With premium features like 24/7 support from a friendly team and an easy-to-use mobile app, Bounce is as convenient as it gets for finding and booking luggage storage. There’s also a focus on quality of service; we vet each storage facility before partnering with them, and there’s a BounceShield guarantee.

Llandudno city guide 

Top things to do in Llandudno

For most travelers, the first thing on the itinerary will be hitting the Llandudno Promenade and Pier. For those who really can’t wait to get into a bathing suit and into the water, the Promenade and North Shore Beach are only a few minutes on foot from Llandudno Train Station and have ample parking. 

With so many trails and natural areas around Llandudno, you might have a hard time getting outdoor enthusiasts into the city. Snowdonia National Park is located just outside of Llandudno and is a bucket-list destination for hiking and trekking. Great Orme also overlooks the city, which are prehistoric mines from centuries ago. You can tour the mines, but the scenery around them is equally captivating. 

Hitting the town is absolutely part of the appeal for visiting Llandudno. Mostyn Street and other hotspots are lined with boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and pubs. The food scene is superb, with a wide range of seafood spots serving everything from inventive fine-dining creations to standard fish and chips. 

Museums in Llandudno

Great Orme Bronze Age Mines

One of Llandudno’s must-hit landmarks, this prehistoric mine is the largest in the world. 4,000 years ago, Welsh locals used primitive tools to dig tunnels and mine the hills surrounding Llandudno for copper, which is the primary reason that the settlement turned into a city. One can make a credible argument that these mines are the entire reason for the city’s existence. You can take a self-guided tour of the mines for a fascinating insight into Wales during the Bronze Age, the laborers who toiled through these tunnels, and Llandudno’s history as a whole. 

Conwy Castle

Located just south of Llandudno’s city center, the neighboring town of Conwy is home to one of the most famous castles in Wales. Conwy Castle is a medieval fortress raised by King Edward I after his conquest of Wales in the 13th century. It’s in remarkable condition, given its windswept perch by the sea, and it’s been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s an imposing structure with massive curtain walls you can scale for epic views of the coast and town. You can take guided tours of the interior and grounds for more information about the English occupation of Wales and the castle’s history. 

St. Tudno Church

Located in a craggy outcrop near Great Orme, Llandudno’s most beloved church overlooks the sea and provides a gorgeous setting for a contemplative moment during your travels. It’s an ancient and modest church that feels more remote than it really is. The church grounds are beautiful to walk through, and you’ll enjoy the views of the sea. If you’re so inclined, they hold outdoor mass on Sundays for a hauntingly beautiful experience. 

The typical landmark or museum in Wales won’t have a bag policy, but it’s equally unlikely to offer a left luggage facility. Finding a place to store the bags while you visit a museum or sightsee is imperative for your enjoyment. That’s why Bounce places its locations near travel hotspots like Llandudno’s city center or Great Orne. 

Shopping in Llandudno

Mostyn Street

While Llandudno isn’t the biggest town you’ll ever visit, there’s a surprisingly excellent shopping scene here. The center of it is Mostyn Street, or the “high street,” that runs through the heart of the city center. It’s the most prominent stretch of retail in Llandudno and where you’ll find the best boutiques and designer stores. It’s parallel to the promenade and waterfront, so you’ll likely walk down Mostyn more than once during your visit. There’s an upper and lower Mostyn, but they’re not particularly different and are connected by a roundabout. 

The Victorian Pier 

Llandudno’s waterfront is lined with piers, but scanning it from the promenade, only one will stand out. The Victorian Pier is not only the longest of the bunch, but it’s also the most historic, having been constructed back in 1878 for ships sailing to the Isle of Man. Now, the pier is lined with ice cream parlors, gift shops, and vendors of every sort. You’re not going to find a Chanel boutique on this pier, but if you want to buy a souvenir or keepsake, there’s no better place in town than the Victoria Pier. It’s also extremely kid-friendly. In fact, you’ll have a hard time convincing them to leave.

Victoria Shopping Centre Llandudno 

This shopping center is not only the most prominent in Llandudno but also in the entire region of North Wales. It’s a one-stop shop destination for everything you’ll need. American travelers might not recognize every brand name and retailer on offer, but all the national players in the UK have a presence at Victoria Shopping Centre. It won’t offer the bespoke boutique experience that some might want, but its 350+ retailers are extremely useful in a pinch. It’s situated right in the city center and very accessible from the rest of Llandudno, so it’s more than worth checking out. There’s a movie theater and other entertainment offerings, so you know what to do on a rainy day…

These shopping destinations are located near Llandudno’s other attractions, so you can seamlessly fit a shopping spree into a day of sightseeing. This makes baggage more cumbersome, so you’ll want to stop by a Bounce luggage storage facility to lighten the load for your well-deserved bit of retail therapy.

Restaurants in Llandudno

Fish Tram Chips 

Historically, British food has been much-maligned for its bland flavors and unappealing presentation. The only dish that was impervious to such criticism has been fish and chips. This quintessential British snack is beloved throughout the UK, and North Wales is no different. Fish Tram Chips is a local favorite for its perfectly flaky Atlantic cod doused in the right amount of vinegar, and ultra-crispy fries served at dirt-cheap prices in a comfortable, no-frills space. It's a great value, and there simply isn't a way to enjoy Llandudno without getting proper fish and chips.

Cottage Loaf 

If your shopping spree on Mostyn Street has you feeling peckish and in need of fuel, stop at this upscale pub for some surprising flavors and familiar favorites. Its decor and approachable atmosphere are as traditional as a British pub will get, but the menu has a serious international flair to it. In the same meal, you can choose between traditional British meat, pies, or glazed Chinese pork belly. Of course, authentic English and Welsh beers are on draft and served properly. The outdoor gardens make for a nice lunch with wonderful patio seating, especially when the weather cooperates. 

Seahorse 

It shouldn’t surprise anyone that there is a world-class seafood restaurant in a coastal city like Llandudno, but this fine-dining spot is one of the most inventive places to grab a bite in Wales. You’ll find unexpected flavors and techniques applied to their hyper-fresh catches, like spicy Thai crab cakes or Menai mussels in a white wine broth. You’ll even have some Mediterranean options to consider, all paired with an amazing wine menu in a comfortable setting.  

Whether it’s a fish and chips stand or a fine dining establishment, you shouldn’t lug your bags to dinner. Stop by a Bounce luggage storage facility before heading out for the night.

Conclusion 

There are plenty of superb travel destinations near Llandudno that are well worth visiting. That’s why Bounce has made useful travel guides for places like Cardiff, Chester, and Liverpool. Even better, Bounce offers reliable luggage storage service in each of these cities. So you know that wherever your adventure through Wales leads you, you can always rely on Bounce.

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