Seaclyffe Hotel

11 Church Walks, Llandudno, LL30 2HG, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Llandudno

Punch and Judy

by sandysmith

A tradition for seaside resorts, not often seen these days is a good old fashioned Punch and Judy puppet show. Llandudno holds them on the promenade during the summer - seems like the kids enjoy it ;-)

The Great Orme

by stevezero

The Great Orme is a rock feature that lies adjacent to the resort of Llandudno, and is clearly visible from the Promenade.
It is a fascinating place with great walks up to the summit. There is also a lot of history here with remains from early peoples, including a bronze age copper mine.

The summit can be reached on foot, by road (toll payable) by the tramway from town, or on an organised bus tour.

A walk up the little orme

by davesut

The little Orme is at the other end of the town to the Great Orme. No one seems to go there and this could be in an off the beaten path page. You can get away from any crowds here and if you look carefully, there are a couple of sheltered shingle beaches that are great to explore. At this end of the town is the small almost village called Craig-y-don. There are a few small hotels and B&Bs here. I think this is a better area to stay, you feel as though you are away from it all and the crowds.

Llandudno! like South of France ?

by lomi

"Love Llandudno"

"If this was the south of France, it would be world renowned." a visitor to Llandudno said to a Gaurdian newspaper journalist.

It's no secret how fond I am of Llandudno, and whenever I visit North Wales, I have to visit this town. Maybe it's a beach addiction I have. This Victorian seaside resort juts out into the sea from a gorgeous coastline between the university city of Bangor and the beaches of Colwyn Bay. It has a small population which doubles in the summer season, when guest houses and hotels are teeming with visitors. Even when it's busy Llandudno still radiates charm. Where else is there a quarter of a mile of promenade and beach, street cafe-bars, restaurants, shops, ice-cream parlours and deckchairs all day for 2 pounds!

Lewis Carroll, the author of the Alice in Wonderland books, is said to have created his works based on his holidays in Llandudno.


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