2021 - North Wales Explorer
Lovely Llandudno is one of the most popular seaside resorts in North Wales. Situated between the Great and Little Orme headlands, this beautiful seafront is perfectly framed. To complement the view there is a wonderful promenade along the Blue Flag beach and the longest pier in Wales (2295 feet, 700 metres). 'The Queen of Welsh Resorts' is the perfect base for touring this lovely region with its many top quality visitor attractions and stunning scenery.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 – Travel to Llandudno stopping for lunch en-route to arrive this afternoon at your hotel for 4 or 6 night stay. Dinner, bed & breakfast.
Day 2 - 4 (5 days) At leisure with two included excursions
Day 2 – 6 (7 days) At leisure with three included excursions
Coastal Forts and The Isle of Anglesey
First to Caernarfon with its fantastical castle and cobbled lanes and then cross the glistening Menai Straits to 'Ynys Mon' (the Isle of Anglesey). Make a stop at Llanfair Pwllgwyngyll and continue to the elegant seaside town of Beaumaris, fronted by its superb 13th century moated castle.
Bodnant Gardens & Conwy
Bodnant Gardens is one of the UK's most beautiful gardens, spanning 80 acres above the River Conwy. You can enjoy a wide range of interesting and beautiful plants from all over the world that are suited to the Welsh climate and soil. The May and possibly June departure may have the added highlight of seeing the famous Laburnum Arch, a 55 metre long tunnel with an overwhelming mass of yellow hanging flowers (depends on the weather and when it started to bloom). Stop in the historic town of Conwy with its epic World Heritage-listed castle which dominates the town. The medieval town walls are amongst the most complete in Britain and Thomas Telford's elegant 1826 suspension bridge was one of the first of its kind in the world.
Spectacular Snowdonia(7 day tour only)
Full day tour to include a visit to the mountain village of Betws-y-Coed and then into the mountains to the slate mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog. You may like to take a trip on the Ffestiniog mountain Railway to Porthmadog (not included).
Return Day – Head back home via interchange.Back to top
Four Oaks Hotel, Llandudno
The friendly Four Oaks Hotel occupies an excellent location on the main promenade overlooking the seafront and close to the modern shopping complex. The entrance is flat with no steps. There is a small old fashioned 'cage' style lift. Comfortable bedrooms offer TV and tea / coffee making facilities. The restaurant has sea views and there is a bar.