Llandudno, the largest resort in Wales, is famous for the Victorian style and Edwardian elegance that is evident throughout the town. It is exciting, lively and beautiful with two beaches set beneath the towering limestone headland of the Great Orme ‐ one of many fascinating natural features of the coastline. Llandudno Museum is well worth a visit as is the Victoria shopping centre and its Victorian tea rooms.
|NI Adult||GB Adult|
|20th Apr 15||FULL||FULL|
|8th Jun 15||£339||£309|
|13th Jul 15||£349||£319|
|17th Aug 15||£349||£319|
|2nd Nov 15||£279||£249|
Wales, Llandudno, The Evans Hotel
One of our most popular family run hotels, a warm welcome awaits you on arrival. The Evans is situated on the level, in a quiet position near to the centre of Llandudno, only minutes away from all the amenities of the town and approximately 400 yards from the promenade.The 'E' in Evans stands for Entertainment, which is varied and takes place in the spacious bar area. All rooms are en suite with colour/satellite television, tea/coffee making facilities and the hotel has a lift to all floors.
Tel: 01492 860 784
- four nights' dinner, bed and breakfast
- return coach travel
- return ferry fares (passengers from Northern Ireland)
- excursions as per itinerary
- A full day excursion visits the small town of Betws-y-Coed, a shopping destination with an exceptional range of craft shops lining its long main street. Continue to Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, the village with the longest place name in Britain, before spending time in historic Caernarfon with its surviving narrow streets, shops, inns and medieval town walls.
- Today's excursion is to Llangollen and then to Llangollen Wharf to experience the pleasure of a horse-drawn boat trip on the beautiful Llangollen Canal. This is a two hour round trip with a cream tea included on arrival back at the Wharf. (Canal boat trip not included in November departure)