Wales’ largest resort, Llandudno.
Situated uniquely between the Little Orme and The Great Orme and features two fantastic beaches, North Shore, an award winning beach and West Shore, quiet and rich in sand dunes.
Llandudno has kept its Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions.
During the Victorian era, roads on the Great Orme were still fairly primitive and the steep slopes prevented all but the most sure footed from reaching the summit. Llandudno was fast becoming a very popular tourist resort, so it wasn’t long before local businessmen latched on to the idea of a cable tramway.
The Welsh Mountain Zoo
New for 2013 – Come and join us on our 50th birthday.
GREAT ORME TRAMWAY
The tramway was opened on two stages: the lower section on 31 July 1902 and the upper on 8 July 1903. The two sections operate independently, with two cars on each section which are mechanically separate.
Conwy Castle is a medieval Castle situated within North Wales, Conwy. With a kitchen and chambers, an outer ward containing a great hall and a royal chapel, private chambers and a more secluded inner ward it is very easy to imagine how Edward I, during his conquest of Wales, lived during his visits between 1283 and 1289.
Llandudno is a fantastic place to stay, and offers so very much to see and do on your holiday. Llandudno offers the best of the best in absolutely all regards- whether its places to eat, our beautiful pier, or even the majesty of the Great Orme, Llandudno is truly the...
2017’s season is currently in full swing thanks to the spot of the great weather we’ve enjoyed over the past week, and our lovely little hotel in Llandudno has absolutely everything you need to enjoy yourself as you visit. We’ve got a variety of fantastic features for...