Llandudno is popular seaside resort, town & community in Conwy County Borough, Wales located on the Creuddyn Peninsula which protrudes into the Irish Sea. The award-winning pier is on the north shore. Built in 1878, It is a Grade II listed building. The Pier was extended in 1884 in a landward direction along the side of what was the Baths Hotel (where the Grand Hotel now stands) to provide a new entrance with the Llandudno Pier Pavilion Theatre, thus increasing the pier's length to 2,295 feet (700 m). It is the longest pier in Wales. Attractions on the Pier include a bar, cafe, amusement arcades, children's fairground rides and an assortment of shops and kiosks. In Summer, Professor Codman's Punch & Judy show (established in 1860) can be found on the promenade near the entrance to the Pier.
Queens Hotel, Llandudno
With a grand neoclassical facade, this family run 1854 hotel stands along Llandudno's seafront. All room are en-suite with tea/coffee making facilities and lift access to most floors. Mostyn Street shops are 1 block away and both the Pier and Great Orme Tramway are a 10-15 minute walk away.
Excursions included: Betws-y-coed, Mold & Cambrian Mountains
- ALL DATES ARE HALF BOARD AT THE QUEENS HOTEL, LLANDUDNO
- ENTERTAINMENT MOST EVENINGS
- EXECUTIVE COACH WITH COURIER SERVING HOT & COLD DRINKS
4-8 SEPTEMBER (5 DAYS) - £299 PER PERSON - (£20 SINGLE SUPPLEMENT)