Stella Guest House

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

Deganwy Marina

by lomi

With 165 pontoon berths and free car parking on site it is a terrific place to wander.

The Quay Hotel next to the marina has a restaurant, bar for good lunches and evening meals, and spa facilities. The restaurant uses locally produced and sourced ingredients.

Take the A55 to Deganwy and take right hand exit off the roundabout. Follow the road and go straight ahead on the next two roundabouts, heading towards Deganwy and Llandudno.

Continuing along the A546 for approx. 0.8 miles, turning left at the traffic lights. Proceed into the estate, turning right at the next roundabout, from here signposted "Marina Reception".

Snowdon Mountain Railway

by rexvaughan

I understood that the visitor’s center at the top of the mountain was to be open this summer, but sadly, as with many construction projects, it has been delayed a bit. I don’t know how long. So we didn’t get to go to the top but did take the pleasant and scenic ride up to the Clogwyn station. Of course we could have walked up to the summit but it is very steep and probably the round trip would have taken 2-3 hours. The views on the trip and at Clogwyn are really spectacular - old mountains and valleys of volcanic origin in sweeping panoramas all around. And of course the most pastoral of all, sheep grazing on hillsides. The train system is interesting as the gradient is too steep for normal trains and tracks, so a rack and pinion system is used. Not only very effective for hauling you up but also an excellent braking system to prevent too rapid a descent.

Trains run pretty much daily but as the weather can be iffy and effect schedules, it is best to double check. Prices are not cheap: Adults £16, Seniors £13, Children £12
If it is a busy time there can be a wait for a seat on one of the trains, so either book ahead or be prepared to have something at the cafe.

Camera Obscura

by lomi

Take the footpath near the pier behind the Grand Hotel to go up the Great Orme.

There is an old 'camera obscura' building here - and views of the spectacular coastline.

Some camera obscura have been built as tourist attractions, often taking the form of a large chamber within a high building that can be darkened so that a panorama of the world outside is projected onto a horizontal surface through a rotating lens. few survive, though there is another in Aberystwyth and one in Portmeirion in Wales.

Viviana & Paolo's visit.

by RobMorgan

""The Mullberry", Conwy Marina."

In this picture we have just been to Tesco so Viviana could get some Lemsip for her cold.

"Conwy Marina."

Viviana, Paolo & Liz enjoying a walk along the Conwy Marina.

"Great Orme."

On top of the Great Orme. It was really too cloudy & windy to stand around & take photos.

"Gigolo's Restaurant."

Having a meal at Gigolo's, our favourite restaurant.
Paolo is enjoying his ice cream with Viviana singing "Just one cornetto, give it to me....."

"Gigolo's Restaurant."

Viviana enjoying her ice cream.

"Rob & Liz's home."

Guess which one is the real angel !!!!
Answers on a postcard please !!!!

"Rob & Liz's home."

Rob, Viviana & Paolo, on their last night, all a bit tired.
Paolo still hasn't packed his case yet !!!!!

"County Hotel."

Viviana & Liz getting to know each other at the County Hotel. They are quiet here, for the photo, but they never stopped chatting.

"Rob & Liz's home."

Viviana comparing notes with Liz (Liz not in photo).
Amazingly they both have exactly the same taste in books & authors & read them quick too.
When they go on holiday, they take 3 or 4 books with them (I take 1).

"Rob & Liz's home."

"Mmmm, these biscuits are lovely Liz, you must give me the recipe so I can take back to Italy, mmmm......can I have another one?"

"Rob & Liz's home."

Viviana has written & published a book called "The Summer of the Beautician" (Viviana Meroni).
She is not quite as famous as John Grisham yet, but she will be one day, trust me, I can tell.
I'm finding it difficult to get a copy of it in the UK, but will get one sometime, autographed by Viviana, when we go to Italy for a break.


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