Llandudno is a picturesque seaside resort found on the north coast of Conwy County. The town is full of accommodation options such as smaller boutique hotels and luxurious 4 Star hotels. Llandudno is perfectly situated between the Great Orme and Little Orme, with both being easily seen from the Victorian Promenade. The Great Orme is rich with activities for all the family to enjoy such as hiking, crazy golf, tobogganing and dry slope skiing.
The Victorian Pier provides entertainment in abundance with multiple arcades and a fantastic view of Llandudno When your funfilled day is coming to a close, you will discover that Llandudno is home to some of the highest quality restaurants, cafes, pubs, and bars in the entire North Wales area, many of which sourcing local produce to ensure only the highest standards of food.
Conwy is an incredibly stunning area of North Wales that is surrounded by natural beauty. Upon approaching the town across the bridge you can see the quay on your right with the expanse of the Conwy River, the castle and its fortress walls surrounding the town that are just begging to be explored and the many hills of Snowdonia just behind.
There are so many wonderful hill and lakeside walks around Conwy that take you through the Conwy Valley and Watergardens, home to the famous Pancake House. Those who desire a day at the sea can venture to the sandy beach just outside of Conwy town, with Llandudno’s beaches only a short drive away.
The Snowdonia area is home to some of the most picturesque scenery, not only in Wales but in the entire world. The mountain and coastal areas really have to be seen to be believed. If you are looking to take your next holiday, short break or an adventurous weekend away then you will find all you need and more here in Snowdonia.
Towns such as Betws Y Coed and Llanrwst are the perfect place to have the perfect day out with shopping, quality food, and extraordinary scenery. If you are looking for endless landscapes as far as the eye can see, you may wish to visit Trawsfynedd; famous for its rolling hillsides, quaint villages, and disused power station. And we can’t forget Snowdon; this mountain sees flocks of tourists attempting to reach the 1085m summit.