PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
ItineraryLlangollen © Visit Wales
Day 1 Morning departure to Llandudno and to the hotel for a six night stay.
Days 2 to 6 A free day in Llandudno with the following included excursions:- ● This morning we have included a ride on the Great Orme electric tramway for some fantastic views from the summit. The rest of the day is at leisure. ● Day tour to Caernarfon with its magnificent castle. It was here that Prince Charles was invested as the Prince of Wales. Then join the Welsh Highland Railway for a one way steam train ride to the coastal resort of Porthmadog, before returning to the hotel. ● Your day tour takes you via Denbigh and Ruthin before crossing the Horseshoe Pass to reach Llangollen with its magical riverside setting. It may be possible to take a steam train ride on the Llangollen Steam Railway. (not included). ● A morning tour to Conwy, with its quaint harbour and imposing 13th century castle and walls. Time to explore before continuing to Trefiw, where you will visit the Trefiw Woollen Mills and you can see the looms working and view the water turbine which powers the mill museum.
Day 7 After breakfast, depart the hotel and commence the homeward journey.
Included In Cost.Included in Cost
● Coach travel ● porterage
● 6 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
● ride on Great Orme Tramway
● single journey on the Welsh Highland Railway with cream tea
● entrance to Trefiw Woollen Mills
ImagesCaernarfon Castle © Visit Britain/Lee Beel
ImagesGreat Orme Tramway © Visit Wales
ImagesConwy © Visit Wales Back to top
Your Holiday Hotel The Evans Hotel
A popular family run hotel in a quiet location on the level only minutes away from all amenities. All bedrooms are en-suite with TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Lift, bar, lounge, restaurant and games room. The hotel also offers entertainment and dancing on most nights.
4 single rooms available with no supplement
Holiday insurance £22.00 (70 years and over £34.50)