Events in Llandudno this summer

In the thriving Victorian town of Llandudno there is plenty to do, whether it’s a day out with the family or a couple’s retreat you are after Llandudno won’t disappoint. Make sure you catch some of the events on which include a wide range of interests from festivals...

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The Victorian Extravaganza 2019

You take a brisk walk down the Victorian high-street and all of a sudden you stop and see a classic Victorian steam car with billows of steam overhead, whilst kids are rushing to line up to go on the huge ferris wheel, all over, what seams like a backing track of...

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Best Beaches in the Conwy Area

Conwy County, arguably one of North Wales’, or indeed the UK’s most beautiful coastal regions. We are so lucky to call this region home, being based in Llandudno, a resort town in the area of Conwy, which has strong historical roots and has been a thriving holiday...

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Llandudno’s Great Orme Goats make National Headlines

Llandudno Makes the News with Great Orme Goats Coming down from the Hill on Which They Usually Live to Invade the Nearby Streets. The Great Orme Goats are one of Llandudno’s icons, they are a well-known sight in Llandudno, making their home on Llandudno’s Great Orme....

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Special Mother’s Weekend – Afternoon Tea

Delighted to announce our Special Mother's Weekend Afternoon Tea! On Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st of March, we will be offering a special afternoon tea - Only £25 for 2 people and mothers get a FREE glass of prosecco! 12pm - 6pm Booking is Advised Call : 01492...

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Mother’s Day at St Tudno Hotel

Hot off the heels of Valentines Day comes Mother’s day, and the opportunity to spoil the most important lady in your life. Mother’s Day is a holiday which occurs on the second Sunday of every March, and has quite an interesting story. It is said that Mother’s Day (as...

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Remembrance Day in Llandudno

As most will be aware, Sunday, November the 11th 2018 is the 100th anniversary of the Armistice, and the end of the First World War. Llandudno has always been a town which has been shaped quite significantly by the armed forces, and as a result, the town holds an...

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Escape the Ghouls and Ghosts This Year By Eating Out

It’s happened to everyone – you’ve sat down to a nice meal with your nearest and dearest, and found that the doorbell rings. Of all nights of the year, this sort of scenario is most profound on Halloween – it seems that the entire (adorable!) neighbourhood arrives at...

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Legends of the Great Orme

Llandudno is a unique place to stay in very many respects. Many people visit Llandudno because this little seaside town is one of the very best places of which to experience the bygone Victorian era – quite a few buildings, such as our beautiful hotel, are...

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