Hafan-y-Mor Guesthouse

8 Chapel Street, Llandudno, LL30 2SY, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Llandudno

White Rabbit

by sandysmith

A famous visitor to llandudno was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson - more well known as Lewis Carroll. It is said that his walks to the sandunes on the west shore with Alice Liddell (daughter of the dean of his college) inspired the famous children's book, "Alice in Wonderland". Hence there is this memorial of the white rabbit in his honour - just by the small boating lake. I got my reflection picture of the day here!!

Llandudno hill - Great Orme

by IngaA

Climb up. Llandudno hill is one of the main attractions too. It gives the breathtaking view on the town and the Irish sea. Some ships were far in the sea. Very romantic and dreaming picture.
The climbing took us about 30 minutes, if I'm not mistaken. More or less like that. The we were just lying on the grass and thinking about nothing. what a great thing - not thinking at all. That's the total relaxation :)

To go there you can also take a cable car. but it's expensive, about 6 pounds. Beware.
Or the train, like funiculour. Don't know the price, we were climbing up and down by feet. But it'll be less expensive than cable car, I suppose.

Conwy Castle

by lomi

Just a 10 minute car ride away from Llandudno is Conwy Castle. One of the greatest fortresses of medieval Europe. It could take a whole morning to visit, its so big. The Great Hall alone is 125ft long.

The views from the battlements are breathtaking, look out across mountains in one direction and and sea in the other. From the battlements you can appreciate Conwy's other glory, its ring of impressive granite town walls.

Conwy is the classic walled town. Its circuit of walls, over three quarters of a mile long and guarded by no less than 22 towers, is one of the finest in the World. The walls are remarkable for their state of preservation, forming almost a complete circuit around the town. Only a small section near the quay is inaccessible, and even here, the ruins of the wall have been incorporated into the existing buildings. The walls are flanked by twenty-one towers and three double tower gateways, a constant reminder of the mighty castle looming in the distance.

This is one of Edward I's best preserved castles he built to keep the Welsh out of Wales!

Admission: Adults £4.60, Reduced rate £4.10. Family Ticket:- £13.30 - admits 2 adults and up to 3 children under 16 years.

Reviving cafe's and bars in the tiny town of Conwy, as well as some nice foodie shops, or take a pleasant drink in one of the harbour bars overlooking the marina.

Llandudno - a good base to explore Northern Wales

by sue_stone

Llandudno is located on the north coast of Wales. It is Wales's largest resort, looked over by the Great Orme limestone headland and has a couple of beaches as well.

We used it as a base to explore some of the surrounding area, in particular Snowdonia National Park. Llandudno wasn't the most beautiful of the nearby towns we visited, but with some fabulous accommodation options and good restaurants, it made the perfect base for us.

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