The Town Centre and shops are within a short walking distance, as are, Halfre Gardens, Venue Cymru Theatre, Happy Valley Cable Car and Tramway to the summit of the Gt. Orme. Within travelling distance is the Snowdonia National Park, Conwy, Criccieth, Caernarfon and the Isle of Anglesey. Please view a few of the many Llandudno attractions you can visit while enjoying self catering holidays in Llandudno.
Immerse yourself in natural beauty. Enjoy a traditional seaside break. Explore towns and villages echoing with history and interest. Find adventure in the great outdoors, fishing, sailing, horse riding, golf, rock climbing, cycling and of course, walking, to name just a few. It’s all here waiting for you to discover.
Walk, drive or jump on the tram, from the top of the Orme you can enjoy superb vistas accross North Wales, The Isle of Anglesey and Snowdonia, but best choose a fine sunny day!
Venue Cymru Theatre
Book a night at the theatre, with acts from Welsh Mail Voice Choirs to Stand Up Comedy, from West End Musicals to The Welsh National Opera, a holiday in Llandudno just wouldn’t be complete without a night at the theatre. Venue Cymru also hosts art exhibitions and offers lovely sea views from it’s café and restaurant.
Happy Valley Cable Car
A trip on the cable car will thrill and entertain you, with aerial views of the resort as you cross the Great Orme!
Llandudno's Victorian Pier
No trip to Llandudno would be complete without a walk along this famous pier, with a selection of shops to browse selling local crafts and gifts, while arcade games and rides will entertain the young at heart! Stroll along, enjoy an ice cream or sit and relax with a cream tea or drink at the Pier Bar.