About Llandudno Railway Station
Llandudno Railway Station is the central train station serving the seaside town of Llandudno, Conwy County Borough, Wales. It was constructed in 1858, beginning with services running to and from the older Conwy station. Today it’s managed by Arriva Trains Wales.
Conwy Town - a historic gem of Wales
Standing on the mouth of the river Conwy, Conwy Town is one of Wales’ most important historic towns, and a designated World Heritage Site. While there’s many interesting historical highlights, its 13th-century castle and walls are certainly the best-known. Visitors to the town will come across such highlights as its impressive Telford suspension bridge, its quaint harbour, the many restaurants, shopping centres, and pubs all showcasing the best of what Wales has to offer.
Exploring Conwy Castle
Conwy Castle is an imposing fortress made of dark stone towering over the town of Conwy, with a distinct ability to bring the authentic, haunting atmosphere of the medieval period to life. Built by Edward I in the 13th century, the castle offers one-of-a-kind views from its mighty battlements, stretching out to Snowdonia and the Irish sea, not to mention Conwy’s ring of ancient town walls.
Planning a trip to Llandudno Railway Station? Travelodge Llandudno Hotel is less than five minutes away by car, and Travelodge Colwyn Bay Hotel can be reached in quarter of an hour.