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Easter Weekend Llandudno

Overview

Travel by Coach Days
  • With the landmark Great and Little Ormes either side, Llandudno is one of our most popular holiday destinations
  • Discover the beautiful Snowdonia National Park
  • Enjoy an excursion visiting Betws-y-Coed, Porthmadog and Blaenau Ffestiniog

The long Easter weekend is the perfect time of year to enjoy a relaxing getaway. Departing on Good Friday and returning on Easter Monday, on our Easter Breaks you can take in the scenic splendours of springtime as you enjoy everything that’s great about a Shearings weekend break. We’ll even treat you to a free Easter gift on Easter Sunday!
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 to see the fabulous mountain range in all its glory.

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Itinerary

Day One: Home to Llandudno
We’ll make our way from the interchange to Llandudno, where we’ll check in to the County Hotel and will enjoy a sumptuous evening meal. (D)

Days Two and Three: Llandudno
One of the days in Llandudno is set aside for an excursion into Snowdonia National Park. On the trip we will visit the towns of Blaenau Ffestiniog, Betws-y-Coed and Porthmadog and see some incredible vistas of this beautiful area along the way. 
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)

Day Four: Llandudno to Home
Time to say goodbye today; we depart after breakfast and make our way to the interchange before returning home. (B) 

County Hotel

Llandudno

  • Stay right on Llandudno’s famous seafront close to all the towns’ attractions, shops, bars and restaurant
  • Enjoy live evening entertainment in the ballroom and a drink in the adjoining bar
  • Climb to the top of great or little Orme for views over the town or easily discover nearby Snowdonia

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.

Rooms at this hotel


Hotel Gallery

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Full Day: Snowdonia

We’ll embark on an excursion into the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. Along the way we’ll visit the village of Betws-y-Coed, the main town of the park that still retains its charm as a traditional Welsh mountain village. We carry on to Blaenau Ffestiniog which is famous for its slate mines and more recently has opened a heritage railway through the mountains on what used to be the old mine train. Finally we will visit Porthmadog and its beautiful harbour.

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