Llandudno Edited

Trinity House Accommodation

Trinity House is located on the lower slopes of the Great Orme overlooking the magnificent bay of Llandudno and the mountains of Snowdonia in North Wales, UK. Trinity House has been renovated and refurbished to create a purpose built group accommodation centre both for clients of the language centre and for people wishing to make an independent group booking. The centre can sleep up to 60 people and offers fully catered accommodation for students and guests.

Language Centre students

Students studying at Trinity Language Centre, will normally stay in Trinity House which is around a 10 minute walk away. Our accommodation manager will always be located at Trinity House to supervise students at all times. This provides teachers, parents and other supervisors with support and assists students with their English Language skills development. The ‘Living English’ full immersion language programme continues from breakfast until bed time. Students will participant in conversations (in English of course!), games and activities during their entire stay, ensuring continuity in your or their language development.

Independent group bookings of accommodation

You may simply be visiting Llandudno as part of a group. Whether it’s with family, friends, a school or youth group or a special interests club, you can book Trinity House for groups of ten or more people either for your own exclusive use or alongside other guests. Please be aware demand is very high during the summer months. Prices will reflect this with premiums charged for those wishing to book the centre for exclusive use during these periods.

Description Trinity House is a large double fronted Victorian building. It has been renovated and refurbished in recent years to ensure a very high standard of comfort, cleanliness and safety. Formerly two semi-detached houses, the layout of the building lends itself to being divided into two separate halves making it ideal for groups of young people or separate groups. There are 22 bedrooms offering en-suite facilities (bath and/or shower) in dormitory, twin, family or individual rooms (see room configuration). Cots and high chairs are available on request. Bed linen and towels are provided. The centre has a TV, DVD player, Wii, football and pool tables, refreshment area, chill out lounge and dining room. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the ground floor. There are 2 lecture/activity rooms on the lower ground floor. Outside there is a sunny seating/BBQ area with magnificent sea and mountain views.

Accessibility Due to its location, access is via a number of steps and the centre does not currently have lift facilities. Unfortunately this makes it unsuitable for those with certain mobility requirements. Room Configuration Furnishings are flexible and can be rearranged by the owners with prior agreement, space allowing. Bunk rooms can be turned into single/twin rooms and family rooms into double rooms. All rooms have a chest of drawers, hooks and chair(s), some have wardrobes and/or desk. Some benefit from having sea views.

Below is an example of the Room configuration within Trinity House:
Rooms Max. Capacity per room Description Ensuite Y/N
4 2 1 x bunk Yes
3 3 1 x bunk and 1 single Yes
2 4 1 x double and 1 x bunk Yes
9 4 2 x bunks Yes
2 3 1 x double and 1 x single Yes
2 2 1 x double Yes
Health and Safety Trinity House meets all the local and statutory requirements for fire safety, food hygiene and planning legislation and is inspected annually. Risk assessments are reviewed annually and are available for inspection. Full insurance cover is available for normal third party risk and losses; copies of these certificates can also be made available upon request. All staff and contractors who come into unsupervised contact with either children under 18 or others who are deemed to be vulnerable are subject to police disclosure background checks. Homestay Students often prefer to live with local families in home stay accommodation. This option is available for a limited number of people. Students must be a minimum of 14 years old and can stay for a maximum period of 3 weeks. Trinity Language Centre works closely with Coleg Llandrillo Menai to provide home stay accommodation. All home stay families and their homes are DBS (disclosure and barring service) checked annually. Due to transport issues, insurance and arrangement fees there may be a small surcharge for students wishing to stay with a host family rather than staying at Trinity House. Hotels and Guest Houses Llandudno has many hotels, bed and breakfasts and guest houses to choose from. For those students who wish to travel and stay independently the choice is unlimited. From basic hostels through to 5 star hotels, accommodation in Llandudno is plentiful. If you feel that staying in Trinity House is not for you or your students please contact the Language Centre for help with finding alternatives. Alternatively visit the Wales tourist board website Transport Trinity Language Centre has its own group transport facilities for transfers, visits and activities. Use of this transportation facility is normally included in the course prices and the costs of staying at Trinity House; this will be stated on the booking schedule. Please check with your hosts for more details. Trinity Language Centre is happy to arrange pick up and transfer transportation where required.


Trinity House is located on Hill Terrace on the lower slopes of the Great Orme in Llandudno and enjoys a relatively traffic free zone with unrestricted parking, especially in winter months. The road leads to Happy Valley with many open spaces, lawns, woodland, garden walks and a cafe to enjoy. The Cable Cars, Camera Obscura, Pier, Llandudno Ski Slope and Snowboard Centre (including a Toboggan run) and Great Orme Tramway are all close by. Footpaths go directly from Trinity House to Marine Drive and the Great Orme summit.
Trinity House is within easy walking distance of the town centre with its shops, cafes, beach, restaurants, bars and theatre. Llandudno train station, coach park and public buses are also within walking distance, although we are happy to organise transport from local airports, stations and bus stops by arrangement.

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