Think quintessential seaside town, think Llandudno. Brimming with grand Victorian architecture, it offers heritage and culture, but also a wonderful stretch of sand and shingle slotted between two headlands. Aside from relaxing on the beach and strolling along the promenade and pier, there’s the opportunity for shopping – a selection of antique and rare book shops as well as more traditional stores – and trips to the top of the Great Orme. Bodelwyddan Castle offers excursions to Llandudno between April and October. Departing at 9:30am and returning to the hotel for 2:30pm, they’re priced at £20 which includes the tram ride up the Great Orme, £15 without.
Explore the local area
Built around 1460, this imposing castle is Grade II* listed and perfectly placed for enjoying some of the most spectacular natural wonders of North Wales, both by the coast and in the countryside. The hotel’s close to the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno and mile upon mile of glorious beaches. It also makes a fantastic base for discovering world heritage castles and some active adventuring and walking among the mountains and wild landscapes of Snowdonia and the Clwydian Range.
Linger in Llandudno
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