Known as the "Queen of the Welsh Resorts", Llandudno in Conwy County sits on the Creuddyn peninsula and its gorgeous seafront is framed by two headlands. It has everything you’d expect from a classic seaside town: donkey rides on the beach, Punch and Judy shows, and a beautiful pier full of cafes, shops and bars. The pier, which has Grade II listed status, has been pleasing punters since the late 1800s and oozes classic charm. It’s no surprise that this popular resort is packed with choice when it comes to self-catering holiday rentals. From cottages near the coast to welcoming guest houses, Llandudno has it all.
There really is something for everyone in Llandudno. If you’re after a fun-filled stay with the family, see the penguin parade at the Welsh Mountain Zoo, be the first to see the sea on Llandudno’s Great Orme Tramway or maybe have a go a tobogganing on the dry ski slope. For a romantic break away, take your loved one to see some theatre at Venue Cymru, stroll hand in hand through grassy knolls at Bryn Euryn Nature Reserve or enjoy a day relaxing on the beach looking out to the sea. When the sun goes down, there’s a great range of restaurants, wine bars and nightclubs so there’s never a dull moment!
While Llandudno has some amazing outdoor attractions, this seaside town has something to offer whatever the weather. Peruse the interesting array of exhibits and the Oriel Mostyn Gallery, go underground and soak up the atmosphere in the Great Orme Copper Mine. Or maybe partake in a little retail therapy and browse the independent boutiques, gift shops and art studios. So, whether the sun is shining or the rain is lashing down, you’ll be spoilt for choice of things to do in Llandudno.