|Travel by Coach||0 Days|
Day One - Home to Llandudno
We make our way from the interchange to Llandudno, where we enjoy an evening meal at the County Hotel. (D)
Days Two to Seven - Llandudno
Enjoy time at leisure to discover Llandudno, and join us on three included excursions to Snowdonia, Llanberis and Anglesey. (B,D)
Day Eight - Llandudno to Home
Today we travel from Llandudno back to the interchange, and then continue home. (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.
Full day: Anglesey
Travelling over the Menai Strait we explore the sights of the beautiful Isle of Anglesey calling at pretty Beaumaris, Llanfair PG – the village with the longest name in Britain – and the RAF Valley.
Full day: Llanberis and Bodnant Gardens
We enjoy an excursion commencing with visits to Llanberis, lying on the southern banks of Llyn Padarn, and the pretty village of Betws-y-Coed. We continue to stunning Bodnant Gardens. Here you will find inspiration from a wide range of interesting and beautiful plants from all over the world, particularly China, North America, Europe and Japan, that are suited to the Welsh climate and soil.
Full day: Snowdonia and Portmeirion
Scenic journey through the Snowdonia National Park to reach Llechwydd Slate Cavern, where you can watch skilled craftsmen at work. We continue to Portmeirion. Dreamy arrays of colourful blooms and intriguing architecture makes this unique Italianate village a magical day out. Wander around the formal gardens within the surrounding wilderness of paths with exotic plants and magical woodland – you are bound to be captivated.