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LlandudnoUnited Kingdom

Hailed as the “Queen of the Welsh Resorts”, with itsstunning coastline and buzzing nightlife,Llandudno offers a royal welcome to you thatrichly rewards. Llandudno is the largest resort inWales. It sits comfortably between the Greatand Little Ormes and boasts two wonderful sandy beaches, which is arare treat indeed for anywhere in the British isles.

The town was developed from Stone Age, Bronze Age andIron Age settlements but it was given its grand architecture during theVictorian era.

It’s combination of stunning natural scenery, greateateries and preserved history make it a justifiably popular touristdestination.

Nature in LlandudnoLlandudno is a peninsulatown, perching on the top of Wales and protrudingout into the warm embrace of the Irish sea. Surrounded by lush greenery andcraggy, dramatic cliff tops, Llandudno istown-meets-nature at its very best.

It’s nestled in between the Great andLittle Ormes, which provide the intrepid hiker with challengingwalks and rewards them with stunning views over the town and the surroundingwater. The summit of the Great Orme stands at 679feet and is a haven for rare flora and fauna.

The Happy Valley, a former quarry, is also a fantasticspace to walk around and take in the views. The area includes landscapedgardens, two miniature golf courses, a putting green and a fabulous open-airtheatre overlooking the sea.

Sport in LlandudnoIn addition to golf courses and putting greens,Llandudno is home to the famous SkiLlandudno, a 300 metre dry ski slope and tobogganrun that hosts the Artificial Ski Championships each year.

Entertainment in LlandudnoThe award-winning, Indian Gothic style pier, situatedon the North Shore, offers great views and, in the summer, live musicentertainment on the pier pavillion. There are a range of entertainment optionsfor children, open during peak seasons, and independent traders selling gifts andcrafts.

You can visit the Great Orme Bronze Age Mine, part ofan old copper mining system beneath the Orme, for a fantastic insight into prehistoriclife.

History and Culture in Llandudno ConwyCastle is just five miles fromLlandudno. It’s a gritty, dark stoned fortressthat is well preserved and stands in all its formidable glory close to the shoreof the Conwy Estuary. The dramatic Snowdoniamountains forms the perfect backdrop for this impressive slice of history. Theviews from the battlements are breathtaking and a must-see for anyone with apassion for history or spectacular scenery.

If you are in Llandudnoduring the May bank holiday, you can experience a three-day VictorianExtravaganza. The carnival comes complete with a funfair, parade and festivalof transport.

Restaurants in LlandudnoLlandudno is ripe withdining options for the epicurean traveller. The sea front is a stunning placeto grab a bite to eat and the winding side streets also provide an array ofhidden gems to excite the palate. Mostyn Street and the surrounding areas havesome particularly highly acclaimed eateries on offer.

Enjoy LlandudnoWith a rangeof unique activities, stunning countryside and beautiful architecture,Llandudno is a town steeped in rich history thatcan be enjoyed by visitors all ages.

Top hotels in Llandudno

Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
St Tudno Hotel
St Tudno Hotel
3 out of 5
N Parade, Llandudno, Promenade, Llandudno, Wales
The price is £79 per night

Nestled on the beach, this Llandudno hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Llandudno North Shore Beach and Llandudno West Shore Beach. Promenade and Llandudno Museum ...

4.3/5Excellent! (84 reviews)

"Love this hotel staff cannot do enough for us we had our evening meal sat outside on terrace and breakfast was fantastic all round lovely stay"…"

Reviewed on 20 Jul 2020

St Tudno Hotel
Grand Hotel Llandudno
Grand Hotel Llandudno
3 out of 5
Happy Valley Road, Conwy, Llandudno, Wales
The price is £49 per night

Nestled on the beach, this Llandudno hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Llandudno Pier and Llandudno West Shore Beach. Llandudno North Shore Beach and Promenade ...

3.1/5 (683 reviews)

"The staff were very friendly and extremely helpful... considering what they have to deal with now with covid 19... they are doing a grand job ... we will be visiting again next year my son absolutely loved his stay too... thank you so much"…"

Reviewed on 11 Aug 2020

Grand Hotel Llandudno
Whitehouse Hotel
Whitehouse Hotel
2.5 out of 5
Saint George's Crescent, Llandudno, Wales
The price is £47 per night

Nestled on the beach, this Llandudno hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Promenade and Llandudno West Shore Beach. Llandudno North Shore Beach and Llandudno Museum ...

3.2/5 (103 reviews)

"Great location lovely views ...helpful staff nice atmosphere"…"

Reviewed on 14 Mar 2020

Whitehouse Hotel

Popular places to visit in Llandudno

Great Orme Country Park
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Great Orme Country Park

4.5/5(279 reviews)

A prominent limestone headland on the north coast of Wales, the Great Orme has mystified historians and archaeologists for centuries.

Llandudno Pier
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Llandudno Pier

4.5/5(242 reviews)

Llandudno Pier is an impressive structure that dominates the coastline of Llandudno, a picturesque town in North Wales. The largest pier in Wales, stretching 2,296 feet into the Irish Sea, is one of the finest, and best preserved, examples of a Victorian pier you will find anywhere in the UK.

Venue Cymru
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Venue Cymru

4.5/5(147 reviews)

One of the United Kingdom’s foremost concert and theater venues overlooks the Irish Sea and the rocky beach of Llandudno.

Great Orme Tramway
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Great Orme Tramway

4.5/5(130 reviews)

The only cable-hauled tramway in Britain, and in fact one of the last remaining in the world, the Great Orme Tramway is one of the most beloved heritage attractions in Wales, carrying in the region of 160,000 passengers every year from Victoria Station in Llandudno to the Summit Station, a distance of around a mile. First opened at the turn of the 20th Century, and preserved in part through funding from the National Lottery and the EU, the tramway operates on a funicular system, whereby each car is attached to the cable that is winched up the hill, the weight of the descending car helping to pull up the one ascending.

Promenade
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Promenade

4.5/5(280 reviews)

You can take time to visit Promenade during your travels to Llandudno. Wander the seaside and beautiful beaches in the area.

Bodysgallen Hall
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Bodysgallen Hall

5/5(2 reviews)

Bodysgallen Hall is an exquisite country hotel with award-winning gardens, overlooked by Pydew Mountain on the rugged North Wales coast. It is owned by the National Trust and offers views across to Conwy Castle and the Creuddyn Peninsula.

Top things to do in Llandudno

Llandudno Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
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Llandudno Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

£13
Per adult
80% of travellers recommend
LIVERPOOL: North Wales Adventure Sightseeing - Day Trip Tour
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LIVERPOOL: North Wales Adventure Sightseeing - Day Trip Tour

£47
Per adult
MANCHESTER: North Wales Adventure Sightseeing Day Trip Tour
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MANCHESTER: North Wales Adventure Sightseeing Day Trip Tour

£47
Per adult
PORTMEIRION, CASTLES AND SNOWDONIA TOUR
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PORTMEIRION, CASTLES AND SNOWDONIA TOUR

£60
Per adult
SNOWDONIA AND THE 3 CASTLES TOUR
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SNOWDONIA AND THE 3 CASTLES TOUR

£60
Per adult
Guided Scrambles Snowdonia
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Guided Scrambles Snowdonia

£88
Per adult

Reviews of Llandudno

4.5

Top Destination

5 - Excellent
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5 - Excellent 55.69892473118279%
4 - Good
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4 - Good 40.43010752688172%
3 - Okay
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3 - Okay 3.6559139784946235%
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5/5 - Excellent

Andrea

20 Mar 2020

Clean and tidy

4/5 - Good

Verified traveller

17 Mar 2020

We took the children to the Welsh mountain zoo, the boys enjoyed it, we couldn’t find some of the animals that was on the map, but they are doing a lot of work new enclosures etc. There was a lot of good play areas for all ages.

5/5 - Excellent

Verified traveller

13 Mar 2020

Love the place will definitely go there again.

5/5 - Excellent

Verified traveller

10 Mar 2020

It is only a short run to Bodnant Gardens.

5/5 - Excellent

Verified traveller

11 Feb 2020

Visited Llandudno many times as my daughter swims in galas, unfortunately we don't get much sight seeing time. The leisure centre is very good.Overall i do like Llandudno and there seems to be plenty to do for all ages.

5/5 - Excellent

Verified traveller

2 Feb 2020

Lovely been here many times but not stayed over before summer or winter it lovely x

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