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Llandudno is Wales’s largest resort with a multitude of attractions, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches, the award winning North Shore and the quiet, sand duned West Shore.
Llandudno has kept its Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions. Perhaps most notably, Llandudno was the regular holiday destination of Alice Liddell’s family, the same Alice Liddell who inspired Lewis Carroll ‘ titular character of the novel ‘Alice in Wonderland’. It is theorized that this wonderful resort and its majestic surroundings were inspiration for the extraordinary visuals of the story.
Llandudno is Wales’s largest resort with a attractions, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches, the award winning North Shore and the quiet, sand duned West Shore.
Situated on a private peninsula overlooking stunning coastal scenery, the Italian Riviera meets rural Wales with a riot of colour and architectural styles. Built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, Portmeirion is now one of Wales’ most popular tourist destinations. Well known as the location for the 1960s cult TV series The Prisoner. It comprises a cluster of colour-washed buildings around a central piazza, scenic surroundings and extensive woodlands, two hotels, historic cottages, gift shops, spa & award winning restaurants."
Fresh air and stunning views make Cardigan Bay and Ceredigion the perfect destination for a day trip. We start our day in New Quay, once a flourishing shipbuilding centre and fishing port where the small local fishing and pleasure craft still come and go in the sheltered bay. New Quay's beaches extend in a golden arc around the bay and are ideal for strolling by the sea. We then head north to Aberystwyth, the culture capital of Wales and home to the National Library, University and an excellent Arts Centre.
Llŷn is unmistakeable in so many ways. You can’t miss it on the map – it’s that crooked finger of land that points forcefully into the Irish Sea. It also has a distinct identity as a bastion of Celtic history and heritage and stronghold of Welsh culture and language. Then there’s the look of the place – it’s stunning. Llŷn is a protected `Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty`on the strength of its exceptional coastline of coves, headlands, beaches and bays rich in wildlife.
Our tour to the beautiful Lleyn Peninsular takes us to the most westerly point of North Wales and to the beautiful coastal towns of Porthmadog, Pwllheli and Abersoch, one of the most popular sailing resorts in Wales. For our return journey we cross the peninsular and follow the coast to Caernarfon, returning through Betws-y-Coed.
The hotel has all 52 rooms decorated for Christmas. No other property in the UK offers such a spectacle. Trees and room designs include; china and glass; Disney; transport; nutcracker; crochet; The Nativity; books; chess; Russian dolls; knitted figures; casino and music. We return via Welshpool and visit Coed-y-Dinas, Charlies and immerse yourself in all things Christmas. Have a look around the Christmas department and you'll be sure to leave full to the brim of festive cheer and spirit.(Timetable TBA)