Llandudno Grand Festive Special - Turkey & Tinsel
5 Days Away - 2022
Treat yourself to a festive getaway to the Queen of the Welsh Resorts, Llandudno! Enjoy a jam-packed itinerary including a free excursion to stunning Snowdonia and the opportunity to visit the picturesque Isle of Anglesey, as well as time to sit back and relax at our wonderful seafront hotel. From a traditional ‘Christmas’ dinner with all the trimmings to entertainment every evening, this special break has everything you need for a memorable time away before the hustle and bustle of Christmas!
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Return coach travel
- 4 nights at the 2-star Grand Hotel, Llandudno with dinner & full English breakfast (includes traditional ‘Christmas’ dinner)
- 2 for 1 bar (6pm-9pm) on selected drinks
- After-dinner tea & coffee some evenings
- Entertainment every evening
- Free excursion to Betws-y-Coed & Conwy
- Free excursion to Llanberis & Caernarfon
Optional excursion to the Isle of Anglesey (£9pp)
Wales’ largest resort with the attractions to match - so whether you fancy a ride in the UK’s only cable hauled tramway to the top of the Great Orme, standing majestically over Llandudno’s bay, or perhaps a stroll down the longest pier in Wales with its traditional stalls and entertainment, Llandudno is the perfect coach trip destination and offers a great time for all ages at any time of year.
Discover picturesque Snowdonia in North Wales, an area of 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.
However, although the main feature of the region is the hills and mountains, Snowdonia is more than just that with its long stretches of rivers, lakes and coast offering stunning scenic views. Delight in the large variety of wildlife habitats along with the many wonderful towns and villages to explore.
Caernarfon is located at the southern end of the Menai Strait between North Wales and Anglesey. This charming town is home to the impressive Caernarfon Castle, one of the greatest buildings of the Middle Ages, built on the orders of Edward I in the 13th century. Caernarfon also boasts picturesque narrow streets, a redeveloped waterfront and plenty of shops and cafés.
Another of Edward I’s imposing fortifications can be found in Conwy. Conwy Castle, along with Caernarfon Castle, is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and towers over this remarkable medieval walled town. Here you can also find cosy quayside pubs, snug cafés and a quaint harbour, all overlooked by the mighty mountains of Snowdonia.
Picturesque Betws-y-Coed is known as the Gateway to Snowdonia National Park. This lovely village has a distinctly Alpine feel thanks to the Gwydyr Forest that surrounds it. There’s plenty to explore here with a range of art galleries, independent shops selling gifts, homemade produce and outdoor wear plus cafés, restaurants and pubs.
With its lovely lakeside location at the foot of spectacular Mount Snowdon, the thriving village of Llanberis has plenty of attractions including the National Slate Museum, Electric Mountain (a hydro power station visitor attraction) and the ruins of medieval Dolbadarn Castle. The village is also the starting point of two narrow-gauge lines, the Llanberis Lake Railway and Snowdon Mountain Railway.
Isle of AngleseyIsle of Anglesey
The Isle of Anglesey lies just off the north-west coast of Wales. Measuring 276 square miles, the island is separated from the mainland by the Menai Strait and is accessed by two bridges – the Menai Suspension Bridge, the first modern suspension bridge in the world designed by Thomas Telford, and the Britannia Bridge, designed by Robert Stephenson.
Anglesey has so much to offer visitors with spectacular landscapes, unspoilt coastlines (much of which has been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and picturesque towns and villages.
The beautiful coastal town of Beaumaris lies on the east coast of the island. The highlight of the town is the magnificent Beaumaris Castle (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the last great castle built, but never completed, for Edward I in the 13th century in his bid to control the Welsh. The town also offers a lovely seafront with a pier and fantastic views over the Menai Strait and Snowdonia, charming streets full of picturesque cottages and a mix of medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture.
The island is also home to a village with the longest place name in Wales and the world’s longest railway station name – Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyllllantisiliogogogoch, which translates as The Church of St Mary in the Hollow of the White Hazel Near the Fierce Whirlpool and the Church of Tysilio by the Red Cave!Back to top
Grand Hotel, Llandudno Grand Hotel, Llandudno
The Grand Hotel is ideally situated overlooking the sea, pier and bay, nestled at the foot of the Great Orme and promises good facilities and a relaxing stay in this premier seaside resort. All meals are buffet style.
Hotel Features: Bedrooms with en-suite facilities, TV and tea/coffee-making facilities • Bar and coffee shop • Lounge • Restaurant • Games room and snooker room • Nightly entertainment • Free Wi-Fi in public areas • LiftBack to top