Llandudno is the largest seaside resort in Wales, located in Conwy county. The town is located between the mainland of Wales and the Great Orme peninsula, making it home to two beaches. The Somerset Llandudno hotel is an ideal place to stay in Llandudno to explore the town and the surrounding area.
Llandudno attracts many visitors each year, with the entire of North Wales being a popular location for day visits and short holidays. The National Park of Snowdonia is within driving distance of Llandudno; with the mountains clearly visible from the Great Orme.
There are many attractions in and around Llandudno and many hotels to stay at.
One of the attractions of Llandudno is its Victorian style; including the Llandudno Pier on the North Shore which was built 1878. There are many features on the pier, including a café, a bar, arcades and small fair rides. There are also small shops and kiosks.
Another attraction to the area is the Great Orme, the original landmark which brought about the town. The Great Orme has a tramway to the top which provides great views and has a café at the top. The Great Orme is the home of about two hundred feral Kashmor goats.
Llandudno’s high street is called Mostyn Street, which includes many shops, banks, two churches, amusement arcades and the public library. Every May, Llandudno holds its Victorian Extravaganza, letting visitor’s experience the town as it was in the nineteenth century.
Llandudno is also home to the Venue Cymru, originally built in 1994 and called the North Wales theatre, arena and conference centre; it was extended and renamed in 2006. The venue is located near the centre of the promenade and is well noted for its many productions.