Coach Holidays to Llandudno
Holiday makers have been flocking to the shores of Llandudno on coach holidays for generations, and its popularity only continues to rise. The popular resort has gloriously maintained its Victorian and Edwardian charm despite recent modern attractions and developments within the town, which is why it is a favourite amongst tourists who enjoy coach holidays to Llandudno.
Things To Do In Llandudno
Situated on a sandy isthmus between the Great Orme and Little Orme Heads, Coach holidays to Llandudno allow you to enjoy the resorts two superb beaches. The shingly North Shore is the busier of the two with its Victorian Pier boat trips, donkey rides, arcades, shops and much more. The sandy West Shore is quieter with miles of sands and panoramic views of the Snowdonia mountain range in the distance. Llandudno is a highly attractive resort with its magnificent crescent of hotels, broad tree-lined streets and elegant shops all harmonising to produce a unique atmosphere. A tramway and cable car both offer a route to the summit of the Great Orme (which also boasts a superb dry ski slope – one of the best in Britain). For many years, cavers, archaeologists and geologists would venture into the resort to burrow deep into an old copper mining system just beneath the Orme.
There is plenty to do both day and night to keep all members of the family happy and content. The seaside resort is famously linked to Alice Liddell and her family, as they enjoyed regular holidays to Llandudno. Alice Liddell is said to have inspired CS Lewis’ legendary character, Alice, of the novel ‘Alice in Wonderland’. It is often speculated that the iconic resort and its grand surroundings inspired the enchanting illustrations of the story. Now, you would have to be entirely bonkers to think that there could possibly be any dull moment here at Llandudno, a place where many would claim to be the most complete of all British holiday resorts.
Anglesey & Beaumaris
Over the Menai Straits from the mainland lies the Isle of Anglesey and its beautifully sited coastal resort Beaumaris. Attractions include a 13th century castle, Victorian gaol and the Museum of Childhood (entry fees may apply). Take your cameras to capture the superb views of the Snowdonia mountains on the journey back to the mainland.
Gwydir Castle & Bodnant Gardens
Gwydir Castle is situated in the Conwy valley. Built by the Wynn family c1500, Gwydir is a fine example of a Tudor courtyard house (entrance included). Further additions date from c1600 and c1826 and the 1640s panelled Dining Room has been reinstated, following its repatriation from the New York Metropolitan Museum. The historic gardens at Gwydir Castle are amongst the very few in Wales given Grade 1 listed status. Bodnant Gardens are widely acknowledged as one of the world’s most spectacular gardens (entrance included).
Caernarfon & Snowdonia
Dominated by the imposing Norman castle, Caernarfon also boasts a museum dedicated to the Royal Welch Fusiliers (entry fees apply). The story of the town is told in an exhibition at Oriel Pendeitsh (entry fee applies). Alongside the redeveloped harbour, bustling with sailing boats and motor yachts, is the Galeri arts centre (entry fee may apply). The harbour town of Porthmadog has a long maritime history, which is explored in the town’s Maritime Museum (entry fee applies). In the lively mountain town of Llanberis, we find a quarry museum, country park, and the Electric Mountain Centre (all free entry).
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