Sefton Court Hotel

49 Church Walks, Llandudno, LL30 2HL, United Kingdom
Sefton Court Hotel
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Travel Tips for Llandudno

Snowdon's littel brother

by sourbugger

Snowdon is the highest mountain in England a Wales. It lies only about 20 miles or so from LLandudno, but I never seem to have enough time to visit it when passing through North Wales.

I therefore like to think of the Great Orme mountain that towers over LLandudno as a kind of 'mini-Snowdon'. They share much in common. Both have wild scenery and great views, both have a railway climbing their slopes, both have had mining operations on them, both are flocked to by tourists, and both can be reasonably easily climbed on foot.

One is just a bit bigger than the other.

Early dinner

by lomi about The Gresham

The Gresham looked attractive with tables and chairs laid out on the pavement of an early evening. It was 6.30 pm so I ordered a glass of wine and asked about the food service. The menu is typical pub food, nothing elaborate, and inexpensive. I was surprised to learn that last orders for food are at 6.45pm.

It was far too early for me to eat, but the main seating area inside looked attractively comfortable with tables and chairs and club-like sofas with coffee tables piled with magazines. Great if you are a woman on your own, like me on this occasion.

But the place had obviously been busy all day, when I used the powder room before I left, the smell was more London sewer than ladies who lunch. A list of wines by the glass, cask beers.

Victorian Extravaganza

by lomi

Every May the town puts on its Victorian fancy dress for 3 days.

Relive the days of old Llandudno. Victorian fun fair, tea dances, events, staff in the shops and locals wear Victorian clothes and so should you.

Llandudno Transport & Victorian Festival

by lomi

Llandudno Transport Festival takes place each May

The Transport Festival is the largest in Wales. It is held in conjunction with the Victorian Extravaganza. Each day following the Parade a dress competition will be held in the Promenade Arena. There is also a photographic competition with £2500 WORTH OF PRIZES.

Victorian Costume, vintage fairground and a host of attractions combine in this annual celebration of transport and entertainment within the town. The two events are linked by a free shuttle-bus service


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