Llandudno is one of the finest traditional seaside resorts in the world. There is so much to enjoy here! A splendid promenade spans the gently curving bay between the headlands of the Great Orme and the Little Orme.
Thousands of holidaymakers climb up the Great Orme to see the thrilling views
from the summit. There is plenty to explore around the Orme.
Take the Victorian tramway (it celebrated its 100-year anniversary in 2002) to the top.
The town boasts two significant beaches - the North Shore and the West Shore. The North Shore is backed by an imposing crescent of large Victorian hotels, with its graceful pier - one of the longest in Britain.
The attractions' range includes boats trips, donkey rides, well known Punch and Judy shows, bands on the prom, and a whole host of summer events and activities.
So much fun for everyone and ideal for family holidays!
Take a tour around the town and up to the Great Orme. Tour buses are to your service here during all day.
The views will always take your breath away - all the way to the Isle of Man and the Lake District. Enjoy stunning panoramic views across the sea to Anglesey and Snowdonia. Happy Valley gardens slope up the side of the Great Orme, with views down over the pier and Llandudno Bay. Paths cross through between the small pools, shrubs, flowers and trees of the more formal gardens, which are surrounded by the woods and grassland of the Great Orme.
Hotels range from luxurious country houses to friendly places beside the sea. A wide choice of hotels in elegant Victorian style all along the Promenade, with lovely views of the bay, making it an ideal base for touring North Wales.
Hotels are mostly located just within few minutes walking distance of the beach, to the restaurants and main shops in the centre of town. Need a rest? There is a wide choice of cafes and restaurants for every taste.
Compared with the Great Orme, the Little Orme (you see it on the picture), has seen relatively little development although there was significant limestone quarrying on the eastern side until recently.
The Little Orme presents excellent opportunities for walking
with more gorgeous views and a world of natural wonder, and its cliffs are a
major challenge to experienced climbers.
Ambassador Hotel Hotel4 Stars
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