The Oasis Hotel

Nevill Crescent, Central Promenade, Llandudno, United Kingdom
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92%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
60%
128
Very Good
27%
58
Average
5%
11
Poor
2%
6
Terrible
4%
10

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Value Score No Data

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  • Families85
  • Couples91
  • Solo85
  • Business100

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Travel Tips for Llandudno

A NICE VICTORIAN CORNER

by antaviana

When you have a walk in the streets or the victorian pier seems that you are 100 years before when people went to take the waters. My best memory of Llandudno was its charming atmosfere walking in the pier at afternoon.

Cheap Pub Grub: Wetherspoons

by antistar about Wetherspoons

If you've been to Wetherspoons before, you'll know what to expect, but this Whetherspoons is a little bit different. They've built it into the cavernous interior of the old cinema. And it's as dank and gloomy inside as you might expect from somewhere not designer to let in natural light.

But the food is cheap, and good value for what you get, although it clearly goes from freezer, to microwave to plate in a matter of minutes. The service is friendly enough, and surprisingly quick considering the crowds that go there at all hours of the day and night.

I found the whole place a bit weird, though. Part family pub, part ancient cinema, and part nursing home. There were even chairlifts for the infirm, and they got a lot of use.

Great Orme Neolithic Mines

by antistar

A discovery on the Great Orme in 1987 rocked the world, and sent historians reeling. What they discovered was copper mining on an unprecedented scale: a mine bigger than any other discovered in the world so far. A mine from which copper was exported all over Europe, and people from all over Europe, even as far as Spain and Morroco, had come to the site to mine or trade.

The mines are colossal. The surface only shows a roughly hewn hole in the ground - little that might spark the imagination. But below the surface the mines go down deep - incredibly deep. It's the equivalent of a 10 or 15 storey building buried right into the ground below your feet. You can explore a couple of levels down, and this will leave you wondering how anyone, let alone people thousands of years before modern drilling and safety equipment, could have dug so much from so far down in the earth.

They pulled around 200 tons of copper from the earth, with nothing but primitive tools. It started off as groups of private individuals cutting a little from the easily reached material near the surface, but as the copper grew in value, and became harder to reach, the miners were organised into massive teams. When it got a hundred feet below the earth, some miners found it was too inefficient to return to the surface, and so just lived down there. The mine tunnels are quite claustrophobic, and some are so small only a child could have dug them.

The mines are a great experience, and they even have their own resident historian. Don't overlook the old guy sitting by the hat collection point - he's a mine of information (sorry for the pun). He's more than happy to answer your questions on the mines, and you are sure to have many when you see what these people achieved.

VISIT EMBASSY CAFE.
If you...

by RobMorgan

VISIT EMBASSY CAFE.
If you visit for a meal or coffee, mention that you've seen them on the Web, they'll be so pleased, 'FAME AT LAST !!!'
Very warm & friendly service & great variety of meals, snacks & drinks. The three staff in the picture are Jenny (hiding behind the jug !!),Helen & Fiona.

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Address: Nevill Crescent, Central Promenade, Llandudno, United Kingdom