Monday 27th: We travel via St Asaph and stop at the Woollen Mill en route to Llandudno, arriving during the afternoon.
Tuesday 28th: A day at leisure in Llandudno to enjoy the many sights
Wednesday 29th: We leave after breakfast to nearby Conway. Its circuit of walls, over three quarters of a mile long are guarded by no less than 22 towers is one of the finest in the world. You may wish to visit the smallest house in Britain. This afternoon we visit Bodnant Gardens. Sitting above the River Conwy it has stunning views across Snowdonia and whilst very little of the garden is flat there is an information leaflet for visitors who cannot walk far enabling them to get the most from their visit.
Thursday 30th: Full Day to Portmeirion to discover the surreal architecture of the village used in the cult 60’s TV show ‘The Prisoner’. Designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, with clapboard houses, stunning coastal views and gorgeous old churches, peppered with beautiful gardens.
Friday 31st: This morning is free in Llandudno before we return home after lunch via Betws-y-Coed..