Local Attractions

There are many attractions in Llandudno for you to enjoy, such as the cable car ride that takes you up the Great Orme 679ft to the summit, or for the more energetic, you can make the walk on foot. We have a ski slope and toboggan run, a 4000 year old copper mine. Boat trips across the bay. Oriel Art museum.

Llandudno has two beaches to enjoy, North and West, plenty of shops for the ladies. Snowdonia National Part and Snowdon are about forty minutes away and near by the Welsh Mountain Zoo. We could go on for ever, these are but a few, come and see for yourself.

We also have the North Wales Theatre and Conference Centre on our door step about five minutes walk along the promenade where you can see some of the greatest shows, live and also visit the Opera. So whilst you are here, why not book to see a show.

Llandudno is most famous for itís beautiful bay. We have many lovely restaurants around as well including Italian, Chinese, French, English and just plain Home Cooking. Conwy Castle is only 5 miles from Llandudno. Information relating to Llandudno's multiplex cinema can be found here.

Not too far away in Snowdonia is The legendary Zip World which makes for an epic day out, and Surf Snowdonia is a must for anyone who enjoys surfing. For the paddle sport enthusiasts The National White Water Centre in Bala is well worth a visit! A world class whitewater venue for white water rafting, kayaking and canoeing throughout the year.

Immerse yourself in natural beauty. Enjoy a traditional seaside break. Explore towns and villages echoing with history and interest. Find adventure in the great outdoors, fishing, sailing, horse riding, golf, rock climbing, cycling and of course, walking and the Llandudno Golf Course is close by. It's all here waiting for you to discover.