There really is so much to enjoy in this part of Wales that we have yet to explore much of it ourselves. We have kept our recommendations to within one hours drive.
Please let us know if we have missed any hidden gems!
Venue Cymru is the theatre, conference center and entertainment arena in Llandudno. Officially opened in 2007 by Andrew Davies AM it has been described as the beginning of a new era for Entertainment, Conferencing and Events in Llandudno.
THE GREAT ORME TRAMWAY
Take a trip up the Great Orme and take in the splendour of the panoramic views over Llandudno. This is Great Britain’s only remaining cable operated street tramway and one of only three surviving in the world.
Victoria Shopping Centre
SWN-Y-MOR Hotel is located just around the corner from Llandudno town center and shops. Situated on Mostyn Street, the prime shopping area of North Wales’ largest coastal resort the indoor center has a unique Victorian theme including a coffee shop, all carefully designed to complement the architecture of Llandudno.
A 300 meter dry Ski Slope and Toboggan Run, Ski Llandudno is not only popular with amateur enthusiasts but is of national importance to the sport, as the Artificial Ski Championships are held here each year.
Bodnant Garden (National Trust)
Bodnant Garden is one of the most beautiful gardens in the UK, spanning some 80 acres situated above the River Conwy on ground sloping towards the west and looking across the valley towards the Snowdonia range.
The biggest mountains in Wales and England are to be found here in the Snowdonia National Park. There’s also a long coastline of sandy beaches, spectacular cliffs and glorious estuaries, which along the Llŷn Peninsula is a protected ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’.
is just around the corner from the Swn-y-mor hotel. Llandudno Swimming Pool caters for swimmers of all abilities and ages. With hi-tech equipment and the help of professional staff, all of your needs are guaranteed to be catered for.