5 Day Coach Holiday
Llandudno is a charming seaside resort that guarantees all the fun of a traditional beach break with esplanade Punch & Judy shows and a pleasure pier crammed with games arcades and cafes. Above the town is Great Orme limestone headland and the resort’s tramway takes over 200,000 visitors each year up to this nature reserve to relish the stunning vistas. Perhaps you’d like to catch the cable car to reach the summit? Visit the town’s Great Orme Mines, the world’s largest prehistoric copper mine, and one of the most astounding archaeological discoveries of recent times. Alternatively, discover how life was for civilians during World War II at the Home Front Experience, browse exhibits revealing Llandudno’s history at the local museum or view contemporary art at the Mostyn Gallery. Maybe you’d like to stroll around Happy Valley Botanical Gardens where points of interest include a druid stone circle, a bust of Queen Victoria and a camera obscura which dates back to 1860. If you’d rather just relax, unwind on the sand dunes at West Shore Beach.
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 Holidays (UK Mainlands)
- Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
- Coach travel throughout
- Excursions as stated
Your ExcursionsAnglesey & Bangor
We cross the Menai Bridge to Anglesey, an island with an unspoilt coastline, picture postcard towns and unusual ‘moonscape’ backdrops that are home to an amazing amount of plants and wildlife. Here we pause at Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch – a village with the longest place name in Europe! Don’t miss the chance to snap a photo of the oversized railway signpost that displays the village name! We move on to Bangor, the oldest city in Wales, nestling on the Menai Straits. Attractions include a Grade II listed pier, which opened in 1896 and retains original features. Explore the beautiful, gothic cathedral or view the exhibitions at Storiel Art Gallery & Museum. Perhaps take a stroll around Treborth Botanic Gardens where you’ll find glasshouses with special collections of plants.
Portmeirion & Porthmadog
Our day begins with a visit to the Mediterranean style village of Portmeirion, built in the style of an Italian village and familiar to many as the setting for the classic TV series, The Prisoner. This stunning coastal resort is a jumble of pastel-painted buildings enjoying a dramatic cliff top setting. Attractions include a central square, gothic pavilion and ornate town hall. Little wonder the ‘Rough Guide To Wales’ described it as ‘a gorgeous visual poem’. It was created by Welsh architect, Clough Williams-Ellis, who wanted to demonstrate how a naturally beautiful site could be developed without being spoiled. We continue to Porthmadog, an enchanting port, rich in maritime history and featuring a range of craft shops as well as a museum telling the town’s story.
Collect 250 Coach Miles
COACH MILES is our fantastic reward scheme, allowing you to save money the more you travel with us. On this holiday you can collect 250 coach miles.
Choice of Hotels in LlandudnoBack to top
Evans Hotel - Llandudno
A warm welcome awaits you from Peter and his family at this popular hotel in a quiet position close to the centre of Llandudno with the promenade a short walk away. Impressive amenities include two comfortable lounges and a games room with snooker, darts and skittles. Outside you’ll find a very pleasant furnished garden and terrace where you can relax with a drink.
White Heather Hotel - Llandudno
Ideally situated for Llandudno’s shopping district and the promenade, this Victorian hotel has a traditional wood panelled lounge bar, a pleasant restaurant, conservatory and a spacious ballroom. Although there is a lift, some rooms and guest areas are accessed by stairs.
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