Llandudno Inclusive At The New Loretta
5 Days Away#Inclusive Drinks Vouchers
Take a ride in the UK’s only cable hauled tramway to the top of the Great Orme, standing majestically over Llandudno’s bay, or a stroll down the longest pier in Wales in the Victorian resort of Llandudno, on five very special days away.
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
- Four nights dinner, bed and breakfast at the New Loretta Hotel, Llandudno
- Four drinks vouchers per person each evening with a choice of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks
- Evening entertainment (select nights)
- Half-day visit to Caernarfon
- Excursion to enjoy the scenery of Snowdonia calling at Betws-y-Coed and Llanberis
- Visit to Chester on your outward journey
Situated between the Great Orme and Little Orme, Llandudno has been welcoming holidaymakers since the 19th century. Explore all that this bustling town has to offer, with its sweeping bay, Victorian architecture and award-winning beaches. After, discover picturesque Snowdonia, with rugged mountain peaks, long sandy beaches, crystal clear lakes and an array of wonderful historic sites and attractions to see.
The New Loretta Hotel – centred in Llandudno you’ll only be a short walk away from the glorious sandy beach with convenient access to the town’s delightful shops & cafes along with the much-loved attractions such as the Happy Valley Botanical Gardens, the Great Orme & Llandudno’s pier.
LlandudnoLlandudnoEnjoy a coach holiday to Llandudno, the largest resort in Wales and one of the most popular seaside towns in Britain.
Situated between the Great Orme and Little Orme, this tourist destination has been welcoming holidaymakers since the 19th century. Explore all that this bustling town has to offer, with its sweeping bay, Victorian architecture and award-winning beaches.
Visit North Shore, the main beach in the town, also referred to as Llandudno beach. This 2-mile sand and shingle beach is popular with holidaymakers with its impressive pier, wide Victorian promenade and traditional seaside activities. West Shore is a beautiful sandy beach and is the quieter of the two beaches in the town. It faces towards Conwy Bay and is a favourite with kite flyers and kite surfers, as well as being the perfect spot for viewing spectacular sunsets.
Llandudno is located close to Snowdonia National Park, the oldest and largest of the three National Parks in Wales. This picturesque area is home to a varied landscape of river gorges, waterfalls and green valleys, as well as scenic locations such as Betws-y-Coed and Llanberis.
Discover picturesque Snowdonia, with rugged mountain peaks, long sandy beaches, crystal clear lakes and an array of wonderful historic sites and attractions to see.
Snowdon is the highest mountain in England and Wales and is well known for the spectacular Mountain Railway allowing you to explore the beautiful landscape at the rooftop of Wales.
Chester’s rich history is evident as you explore the city
Founded as a fort by the Romans in AD 76 due to its advantageous position at the highest bridging point on the river Dee, the county town of Cheshire is found in the Northwest of England.
Forming almost a complete circuit, Chester's grade I listed walls originate from 100 AD - the best-preserved in England and it's home to Britain’s largest Roman amphitheatre, the oldest sporting venue in continual use (The Roodee Racecourse), a 1000-year-old cathedral with Europe’s finest example of medieval carvings, plus The Rows: 700-year-old medieval two-tiered timber-framed galleries which line the main streets of the city.
The remarkable Rows
Your eyes will catch these striking black-and-white buildings – which are now home to an exciting mix of shops, restaurants, pubs, bars, attractions, and experiences. The unique structures have been the place to eat, drink, and trade through much of Chester’s history.
As well as its racecourse, cathedral, and black-and-white buildings - Chester is also known for its zoo. 20,000 animals are resident in what is the most visited zoo in the UK - and the most visited UK attraction outside of London.
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The New Loretta Hotel, Llandudno The New Loretta Hotel, Llandudno
The New Loretta Hotel is in a great location in Llandudno, just a short walk from the sandy beach, and with convenient access to the town’s much-loved attractions. Offering a warm and friendly welcome, the hotel is close to the elegant promenade, stunning seafront and many shops, whilst still enjoying a quiet location.
Popular nearby attractions include the Great Orme and its Tramway, Llandudno Pier and the Happy Valley Botanical Gardens, one of the most beautiful gardens in the region.
Each bedroom has been tastefully furnished and has an en-suite bathroom, TV, and tea & coffee making facilities.
Guests can take a refreshing dip in the indoor heated pool which is located in the hotel’s sister property, 800m from the New Loretta Hotel. Tuck into a tasty breakfast in the hotel restaurant, before heading out to explore all that the town has to offer.
Sit back and relax in the hotel’s bright conservatory with a bar, the perfect place to chill out after a day of exploring. On a pleasant summer’s evening, enjoy a drink alfresco on the outdoor seating area. You’ll also have the opportunity to watch the wonderful evening entertainment provided by the hotel.
The New Loretta Hotel provides perfect accommodation for your coach holiday to Llandudno, a charming resort which is ideal for a relaxing break away.
Please Note: The hotel is a grade 2 listed building and therefore not disabled friendly, with stairs to all ground floor rooms and wheelchairs and walkers cannot go upstairs due to fire regulations.
- Bar / Lounge
- Conservatory / Outdoor Seating
- Live Entertainment (select nights)
- Free WiFi
- Lift to all floors
- Evening entertainment