The coastal town of Llandudno is situated on the northern tip of Wales. A traditional seaside resort for many generations, its 19th-century pier with its selection of shops and attractions is a draw. Known for its ancient tunnels and nature reserve, it is also perfectly placed to visit the Isle of Anglesey, just 20 miles to the west. The seaside resorts of Colwyn Bay and Rhyl are to the east.
Why visit Llandudno?
Favoured by the esteemed travel writer, Bill Bryson, it is also a much-loved resort by generations of families looking for a traditional seaside holiday. Punch and Judy shows, donkey rides and a pier add to its charm and the area boasts some great Blue Flag beaches as well as Great Orme Country Park.
Things to do in Llandudno:
Spend lazy days on the beach, paddling and building sandcastles, and head into the town for lunch in one of the many restaurants and cafes. Visit the medieval castle and historic streets across the water in Conwy, hop on the Llandudno cable cars, play golf and explore the huge mountains and valleys.
Why stay in a Llandudno cottage?
Our cottages in Llandudno are just the place to come back to after a day out exploring the town and the seaside resorts of the area. Whether you are looking for a last-minute break or a planned fun family holiday, we will have the perfect escape for you.
Three must see things in Llandudno:
- Spend an afternoon on Llandudno pier – with its shops and games arcade, it will bring back memories of childhood seaside holidays.
- Pop on a cable car and see the green valleys and mountain backdrop from a different vantage point.
- Visit the brooding Conwy Castle with its 21 towers and three gateways.