Llandudno, one of Britain’s most prized destinations is a seaside resort and coastal town in north Wales. Known for its wonderful Blue Flag beaches such as the superb Colwyn Bay beach and Llandudno beach, immaculate seafront, Llandudno pier, Llandudno cable cars, the great Orme for walkers, golf courses, a fascinating conservation zoo, excellent theatres, big mountains, green valleys, famed Parc Llandudno retail outlets, amazing restaurants and pubs Llandudno had been mesmerizing the globe trotters since ages. Roller-coaster powerboat ride in Llandudno Bay, Wales’ longest toboggan run, kite surfing on West Shore beach, the world’s largest Bronze Age copper mine and 40 points of interest throughout the town on The Alice Trail are some of the other fascinating attractions. A stroll along the famous Victorian promenade offers an array of great things to do including a paddling pool and band stand with the popular Llandudno’s Pier delighting visitors with a range of shops, arcades, rides and delicious Welsh ice cream.
1. Hafod Bach Self Catering The small but well organized garden cottage is situated in a quiet, leafy residential area at a walking distance to beaches, cafes, pubs and shops. The place is an ideal base for Snowdonia and local seaside towns. The cottage has double bed in main living space and separate bunk room. It offers kitchen, wireless internet, laundry for a minimal fee and free parking on premise. Catherine is a fabulous host who provides fresh free