Llandudno & Little Trains Of Wales
5 Days Away
The delightful Victorian resort of Llandudno has retained its traditional seaside charm, with its wide, flat promenade, bustling pier and two blue flag beaches, it has something for everyone. Nestled between the Great and Little Orme’s there are a plethora of shops, cafés and galleries to peruse at leisure and for the more adventurous why not try taking in the view from the longest cable car in Britain, on its journey to the top of the Great Orme. For those who prefer to stay on the ground the Great Orme Tramway which has been operating since 1902, offers a more sedate way to enjoy the scenery.
The Ffestinog & Welsh Highland Railways have been operating for 150 years and this scenic railway is a memorable experience, we will travel from Blaenau Ffestiniog, famous for is slate mines, on the hours journey to the pretty town of Porthmadog, with its delightful harbour and lovely high steet with a selection of independant stores.
The 25 mile railway journey from Porthmadog to Caernarfon travels through the stunning Snowdonia National Park, before reaching its destination of Caernarfon, famous for it’s imposing Castle built in the 1820’s, it was designed by Jacques de Saint-Georges d’Espéranche, who was known as one of the greatest architects of the middle ages, the scale and grandeur still impresses and intimidates today.
Please note the Llandudno Cable Car operates from 1st April 2018 – 31st October 2018 weather permitting. The tram operates from late March until late October.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
● Coach travel with reserved seating throughout
● Four nights dinner, bed and breakfast at the The New Loretta Hotel, Llandudno
● a special ‘2 for 1’ Bar each evening from 6-9pm with a choice of beers, wines, spirits & soft drinks
● Evening entertainment
● Inclusive journey by rail on the Ffestinog Railway from Blaenau Ffestinog to Porthmadog
● Inclusive journey by rail on the Welsh Highland Railway from Porthmadog to Caernarfon
● Free time to enjoy the delights of Llandudno
A Llandudno is Wales’ premier seaside resort nestling between the landmarks of Great and Little Orme which welcomes visitors year after year on coach holidays.
This charming resort exudes everything we love about a classic British seaside holiday but recent developments give it a modern edge. Nothing beats a bracing stroll along Llandudno’s award-winning pier and sweeping promenade to work up an appetite before visiting one of the seafront tearooms or restaurants for a customary afternoon tea or trusty fish and chips.
An area of outstanding natural beauty, Snowdonia offers a tranquil setting for a coach holiday with its freeflowing streams and towering rugged peaks providing some of the UK’s most thrilling landscapes.
It’s virtually impossible to escape the spectacular views of Mount Snowdon which dominates the surrounding North Wales landscape from virtually every angle.
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