A Summer Break in Llandudno

4 DAYS | 30th July 2022
Come along on a relaxing break to the seaside in a particularly wonderful hotel; recharge your batteries, take in the sea air and blow away the cobwebs on the stunning Welsh Coast.

The rugged mountains of Snowdonia form a spectacular backdrop to Llandudno, the largest resort in Wales, beautifully situated on a magnificent crescent-shaped sandy bay and sheltered by the headlands of the Great and Little Ormes. The resort of Llandudno offers holidaymakers modern amenities whilst still retaining its English Edwardian appeal. You can take a stroll along the flower lined promenade or visit the Victorian Pier, take a walk around the shops or just sit on the promenade and watch the world go by.

The Tynedale Hotel enjoys a prominent position opposite the bandstand on the sweeping flat promenade and with no steps to the front of the hotel, its central position ensures easy access to all local facilities. The hotel offers a superb lounge and a dining room with a bistro-style menu. All bedrooms are en-suite with TV and refreshments tray. The hotel does have a lift.

We depart in the morning and venture straight to the historic county town of Mold. The proud home of the largest and best-preserved street market in North Wales, it is held in high esteem by traders and shoppers alike for the range of goods available as well as its warm traditional Welsh welcome. With time to browse the market and have lunch, we then continue our scenic route across country calling at Betws-ycoed for an afternoon cuppa. We then make our way to Llandudno and to the Tynedale Hotel.

A day at leisure in Llandudno. Why not take a trip up the Great Orme on the Tramway, Britain’s only funicular tramway that travels on public roads. Take a stroll along the pier, browse the shops or just sit on the seafront and watch the world go by.

Today our excursion takes us across the water to the Island of Angelsey, calling at Pringles Woollen Mill for coffee and then taking in the scenery across country to Beaumaris, with free time for a stroll along the sea front and lunch. You then have the option of taking a boat trip out to Puffin Island to see the amazing wildlife and spectacular scenery. Puffin Island cruises are leisurely and relaxed yet entertaining and informative, the accompanying commentary highlights places of interest and history, as well as local wildlife. (Please confirm at the time of booking if you would like to join the Seacoast Safari £16.00). We then return to Llandudno in plenty of time for dinner.

After a leisurely breakfast we say a sad farewell to Llandudno. We take the coastal route and call at St Asaph Tweedmill where you will have time to shop and have lunch before we head for home. Our final stop is Blakemere Craft Centre where we have included a cream tea to conclude our holiday. We then head for home to arrive late afternoon.

Tour includes: 3 nights dinner, bed and breakfast and a cream tea.

£416.00 per person sharing twin/double
NIL single room supplement
£31.50 insurance per person, inc. IPT

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