Fall in love with Llandudno
At the tip of Conwy County, Llandudno’s gorgeous seafront, framed by two sweeping headlands, is a landscape that epitomises what many people think of when they hear “holiday in Wales”. With a classic British pier, an impressive castle, and a generous scattering of modern arts venues, this town attracts a wide range of tourists throughout the year.
Come to Conwy
A short way south from Llandudno, you can visit another charming town, Conwy. For such a small settlement, Conwy has a spectacular array of things to see and do. Visitors can explore the towering Conwy castle, the smallest house in the UK, and the expansive beauty of Bodnant Gardens.
Take a ride on the Great Orme Tramway
For a truly unique experience during your visit to Llandudno, plan to take a ride on the Great Orme Tramway - the UK’s only cable-hauled street tram system. Comprised of four of its original Victorian tramcars, this special attraction offers staggering views of Llandudno’s beautiful bays and the Great Orme headland.
Planning a trip to Llandudno? Travelodge Llandudno Hotel is a 10-minute walk from the town centre, and Travelodge Colwyn Bay Hotel can be reached in 15 minutes by car.