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Llandudno is a premier Victorian seaside town known as the Queen of Welsh resorts

Famed for its Great Orme, two wonderful beaches, superb pier, carefully preserved Victorian - Edwardian architecture and ideal natural setting. 

The North Shores long crescent shaped promenade, wide shopping streets, abundance of shops, pubs testaurants and eateries along with sweeping sands and a host of family attractions make it a  
very special place for visitors new and old.

The West Shore has golden sands, and stunning sunsets backed by the breathtaking beauty of Snowdonias mountains.

Llandudno Museum and the War Museum are both worth a visit.

Llandudno is great for cycling along the coastal track, walking trails (right from our doorstep), are numerous, varied and spectacular.

Local attractions include our Cable Cars, the longest in the UK, Great Orme tramway and Summit Complex Visitor Centre, Bronze Age Copper Mines, Ski and Snowboard Centre, Venue Cymru (first class theatre shows and events), Alice Trail, Haulfre Gardens, Happy Valley, Codmans famous Punch and Judy, Bodafon Farm Park, Marine drive tour and hop on Red Bus tours to Conwy or Rhos  
A short drive from Llandudno

Across the estuary is the town of Conwy, a World Heritage Site, (also a lovely 2 hour easy flat walk from Llandudno). Its picturesque harbour, historic buildings magnificent castle, and Elizebethan Manor House make Conwy well worth a visit. 

 The Welsh Mountain Zoo, RSPB nature reserve, Otter sanctuary and Bodafon Farm, Birds of prey and the Owls Trust are great days out

 Visit nearby National Trust properties
Bodnant Garden, Penrhyn Castle and Plas Newydd

Other Great days out include Anglesey, lots to see and do there,
Caernarfon Castle, Betws y Coed, Snowdon or lots to see and do in the Snowdonia National Park  

Take a fun photo next to Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch
Welsh translates roughly to English, (wikipedia), as 
"St Mary's Church in the Hollow of the White Hazel near a Rapid Whirlpool and the Church of St. Tysilio near the Red Cave".