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Llangollen, Snowdonia & Anglesey

 

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  • Overview

    highlights

    • Explore the ancient market town of Llangollen
    • Travel via the scenic Horseshoe Pass
    • Visit pretty Betws-y-Coed in the heart of Snowdonia
    • Stay in popular Llandudno
    • Entertainment on some evenings

    Exuding an air of elegance, charming Llandudno, with the landmark Great and Little Ormes either side, is one of our most popular holiday destinations. The sheer physical beauty of North Wales is second to none and we explore some of the best spots on this delightful break!



    Anglesey

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  • Itinerary

    ITINERARY

    LOCATIONS


  • The Hotel

    YOUR HOTEL


    Marine Hotel

    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
    For a break away discovering the very essence of North Wales - a region renowned for its beautiful coastline, Celtic heritage and the grandeur of Snowdonia - you couldn't be better placed than in Llandudno, at the Marine Hotel. Built in the imposing Victorian style of the resort's seafront, this handsome hotel is one to be proud of. Not only does it offer comfortable furnishings and a friendly service, but also an ideal setting in the centre of the promenade, just over the road from North Shore. Lazy days can be spent on the beach or pier, shopping for souvenirs, visiting the Alice in Wonderland Centre or taking a tram ride up the Great Orme, while numerous sporting pursuits are on offer locally too.
    • Ideal setting in the centre of the promenade with stunning views of the Irish Sea
    • Ideal for visiting the Alice in Wonderland Centre or taking a tram ride up the Great Orme
    • Within easy walking distance of many of the town's tourists attractions





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  • Excursions & Extras

    INCLUDED EXCURSIONS


    Snowdonia

    Excursion travelling via the scenic Horseshoe Pass to visit the ancient market town of Llangollen, nestled within the beautiful Dee Valley under the watchful gaze of the Dinas Bran Castle. We continue on into scenic Snowdonia to call at Betws-y-Coed in the very heart of the National Park.

    Anglesey
    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. 

    Snowdonia

    Excursion travelling via the scenic Horseshoe Pass to visit the ancient market town of Llangollen, nestled within the beautiful Dee Valley under the watchful gaze of the Dinas Bran Castle. We continue on into scenic Snowdonia to call at Betws-y-Coed in the very heart of the National Park.

    Anglesey
    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. 

    Snowdonia

    Excursion travelling via the scenic Horseshoe Pass to visit the ancient market town of Llangollen, nestled within the beautiful Dee Valley under the watchful gaze of the Dinas Bran Castle. We continue on into scenic Snowdonia to call at Betws-y-Coed in the very heart of the National Park.

    Anglesey
    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. 

What's included

  • Luxury return coach travel
  • Four nights comfortable accommodation
  • Breakfast and dinner
  • Entertainment on some evenings
  • Two excursions
Marine Hotel, Llandudno

Marine Hotel

Stunning hotel location with sweeping sea views

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Marine Hotel

  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
  • Marine Hotel, Llandudno
For a break away discovering the very essence of North Wales - a region renowned for its beautiful coastline, Celtic heritage and the grandeur of Snowdonia - you couldn't be better placed than in Llandudno, at the Marine Hotel. Built in the imposing Victorian style of the resort's seafront, this handsome hotel is one to be proud of. Not only does it offer comfortable furnishings and a friendly service, but also an ideal setting in the centre of the promenade, just over the road from North Shore. Lazy days can be spent on the beach or pier, shopping for souvenirs, visiting the Alice in Wonderland Centre or taking a tram ride up the Great Orme, while numerous sporting pursuits are on offer locally too.
  • Ideal setting in the centre of the promenade with stunning views of the Irish Sea
  • Ideal for visiting the Alice in Wonderland Centre or taking a tram ride up the Great Orme
  • Within easy walking distance of many of the town's tourists attractions





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