Headlands Hotel

Hill Terrace, Llandudno, LL30 2LS, United Kingdom
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Great Orme Cable Car, LlandudnoGreat Orme Cable Car, Llandudno

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Views from the CastleViews from the Castle

Travel Tips for Llandudno

LIZZIE(left) & her best friend...

by RobMorgan

LIZZIE(left) & her best friend JACKIE. Jackie is a Clinical Psychologist (you can tell !!!!), she always has a warm smile, is good company (guaranteed to cheer you up) & is absolutely potty about cats.

Bodnant Gardens

by rexvaughan

About 10 miles south of Llandudno is great garden marvelous in both its beauty and its variety. There are two levels to the garden and you enter it by the upper garden with a great lovely lawn stretching down from the house, the home of the Lords Aberconway. In addition to marvelous views of Snodownia and the mountains, the upper level has several lawns, lots of herbaceous borders and tons of rhododendrons, azaleas, camillias and magnolias. The lower garden, called the Dell, has some magnificent old trees, severak streams, a waterfall and more lovely rhododendrons and azaleas, not to mention some water lilies that rival Monet’s.

There seems to be ample free parking although I had a funny experience there. I guess I parked too close to the car in front of mine as when I returned there was a note under my wiper blade which read, “you have parked your car in my bomber you NOB NERD THANK YOU T.I.T. I am not sure what a “bomber” is but am sure I upset the guy (or lady).

There is a nice tea room between the parking area and the gardens and we stopped for a nice bit of refreshment. There is also a gift shop of sorts, mostly geared to gardening but as I was wandering through, a live peacock crossed my path. Couldn’t get him to fan out his great tail however.

4,000 years of digging.

by sourbugger

One of the most over-used sterotypes of the welsh nation is their mining heritage. The wealth of Wales lies beneath it's rather poor soil. Coal from Wales fuelled the industrial revolution, slate roofed many millions of houses and Gold provided rings for the Royal family.

In more recent times the extraction of the precious noodle to make Pot noodles became a major industry (This is a reference to a highly funny T.V advertisment that ran in 2006, and attacted nearly 100 complaints of racism - the complaint was not upheld)

In Llandudno however the mining industry concentrated on the extraction of Copper. Still a valuable metal, it has be gouged out of the Great Orme for over 4,000 years. Although not mined here commerically anymore a vistors and interpretation centre has been built. The five pound entry charge includes a walk down into the depts of the mine. It seems incredible that they were prepared to work in such appauling conditions in pre-historic times to lay their hands on copper. After all, they had only just got around to inventing the wheel, fire and how to sacrifice virgins.

Llandudno

by islaazul

"Lots of cute B&Bs"

Llandudno is Wales's largest seaside resort. Most of the town's victorian homes have been converted to b&b's, and at night the bars can get a bit rowdy.

"Some Llandudno links"

http://www.llandudno-tourism.co.uk/
http://www.llandudno.com/

Unlike American bed & breakfasts, the cost of a B&B room in Llandudno usually includes a five-course dinner, in addition to the breakfast.

"Conwy Castle"

The medieval Conwy Castle is only five miles from Llandudno--a great stopover.

The castle was constructed by Edward I between 1283 and 1289 as one of the key fortresses in his 'iron ring' of castles to contain the Welsh.

Conwy's military strength came from the rock on which it stands and seems to grow naturally. Soaring curtain walls and eight huge round towers give the castle (a World Heritage site) an intimidating presence.

Access by road to Conwy on the A55 and B5106

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Address: Hill Terrace, Llandudno, LL30 2LS, United Kingdom