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Make the most of your time away with one of our exclusive Bay Inclusive Breaks. On this tour we visit the resort of Llandudno, one of our most popular destinations. It is very much a taste of the best that North Wales has to offer, as well as the seaside experience at the resort we will also take an excursion to Snowdonia and Anglesey. We’ll also travel out to serene Llyn Brenig, a reservoir and beauty spot at the heart of the Denbeigh Moors.
Bay Inclusive breaks include return coach travel, breakfast and evening meal, two sightseeing excursions and four drinks vouchers per person per night.
We travel to Llandudno via the interchange, after checking at the County Hotel we’ll enjoy a great evening meal. (D)
Days Two to Four
Over the three days we have in Llandudno we have included two excursions. One goes into Snowdonia and we’ll have the chance to see some of the fantastic vistas the park offers. We’ll then move onto Anglesey where you’ll have the chance to have your picture taken next to the longest train station sign in the country. We’ll also visit Llyn Brenig, at the heart of the Denbeigh Moors, the reservoir is surrounded by beautiful forest, enjoy the many cycle paths that surround the area with bike hire from the visitors centre. The other day is set aside for you to spend at your leisure. There are so many options for things to do in Llandudno and the surrounding area, from strolling along the promenade to riding the Victorian Tramway to the summit of Great Orme for fantastic views of the North Wales coast. (B,D)
Following breakfast at the resort we’ll travel home via the interchange. (B)
Llandudno is the biggest seaside resort in Wales and has been attracting tourists since the Victorian Era and you can stay with us right in the resort’s centre at the County Hotel.
The best of Llandudno’s attractions including the Victorian Pier, the Alice in Wonderland trail and the Oriel Mostyn Gallery are all within a short walk of the hotel. One of the town’s top attractions is Great Orme, which can be travelled up by on Great Orme Tramway or by foot if you are feeling active. From the top you will enjoy great views back over the town and over to Snowdonia National Park.
Heading inland you can get an even closer look at the Snowdonia National Park with a scenic drive through it. Highlights in the park include Snowdon itself, the top of which can be accessed by Snowdon Mountain Railway from Llanberis. The towns of Blaenau Ffestiniog and Portmadog are outside of the park but still make for elegant destinations to visit and will mean a ride through stunning scenery on the way.
The hotel sits right on the seafront with a number of fantastic shops and restaurants in close proximity. Inside we have a ballroom with bar and dance floor and you will be able to enjoy tasty breakfast and evening meals in the restaurant while enjoying great views over the seafront.
Jaunt to Llyn Brenig
We’ll travel inland to the border of the counties of Conwy and Denbighshire to the Llyn Brenig. The reservoir is set among beautiful countryside and is a great place to spot a variety of wildlife. There are a number of great cycle tracks in the area around the lake, with gradients ranging from steep sections for thrill seekers to flat tracks for those who want to take it a little easier. There are cycle hire facilities available for those interested in taking on the cycle paths. Otherwise you can simply stroll around the lake and enjoy the fantastic scenery.
Snowdonia And Anglesey
We take an excursion into the majestic Snowdonia National Park. We first visit Betws-y-Coed, the town is set in great scenery and nice walks centrally include the forest Boardwalk near the Pont-y-pair Bridge. We then move onto Llanberis, at the foot of Mount Snowdon, one of the town’s highlights are the ruins of Dolbadarn Castle, one of the finest in Wales. Finally before returning to Llandudno we visit Anglesey and Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyllllantysiliogogogoch, the place with the second longest name in the world and a chance to get a photo next to the town’s famous railway station sign.