|Travel by Coach||0 Days|
Day One - Home to Llandudno
We’ll make our way from the interchange to Llandudno, where we’ll check in to the Bay Marine Hotel and will enjoy a sumptuous evening meal. (D)
Day Two to Four - Llandudno
We’ll have a great time, with two excursions to make the most of. We’ll enjoy a trip to Ross-on-Wye and the marble church at St Asaph, before visiting Llangollen, as well as making our way to Anglesey via Llanfair ‘PG’. (B,D)
Day Five - Llandudno to Home
Time to say goodbye today; we depart after breakfast and make our way to the interchange before returning home. (B)
The Marine Hotel occupies a fabulous place on the Llandudno seafront close to the very best that the resort has to offer in terms of shops, bars, restaurants and great attractions.
Around the hotel there are great options of places to enjoy a drink in the sun or a bite to eat with a number of excellent bars and restaurants around the North Western Gardens close to 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.
Head along the coast in either direction from Llandudno and you will discover fantastic coastal landscapes and a number of pretty seaside towns. Heading just out of town you will arrive at Conwy which is notable for its castle and delightful old town. Further along on Wales’ west coast you will reach Porthmadog and the Italian influenced town of Portmeirion.
In the hotel you can enjoy a refreshing swim in the hotel’s indoor pool, great to wake yourself up before a busy day exploring north Wales. Then enjoy a tasty breakfast and evening meal in the restaurant with great views over the Irish sea as you enjoy a wide and varied menu.
Full Day: Rhos-on-Sea and St Asaph to Llangollen
Enjoy a scenic tour travelling via Ross-on-Wye and the marble church at St Asaph to visit the ancient market town of Llangollen, nestled within the beautiful Dee Valley, under the watchful gaze of Dinas Bran Castle. We return to Llandudno via the scenic Horseshoe Pass.
Half Day: Anglesey
We’ll take an exciting trip over to Anglesey, separated from the mainland of North Wales by the Menai Straits, where we visit popular Llanfair PG.
When given its full name (Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch) the village is famous for having the longest place name in Europe, and also has a number of pretty attractions to look forward to. These include the The Marquess of Anglesey's Column, Nelson’s Monument, the Toll House, and Britannia Bridge. We’ll then make our way to Beaumaris, which boasts one of Edward I’s most beautiful castles.