Snowdonia and Llandudno   5* & 7 days from 359*

                  Picture of Llandudno, Conwy County     

 

Dates and Prices

2012 T.B.A

5 day departs

7 day departs

No single asupplements

Optional trips cost extra

Tour Ref: BTN

 

A holiday location that has something for everyone. The majestic mountains combined with the resort's superb beaches and seaside attractions
guarantee that there will never be a dull moment.

Tastes change, but you can rely on some things to remain the same. That's the beauty of the Snowdonia Mountains (or Eryri, to give the area the Welsh name ).
It's cool and classic all at the same time. Those big, bold mountains aren't about to change or lose their magnificent beauty.

 

Where you will be staying

 

Evans Hotel Llandudno

A quality family run in a good location, near to the beach and town centre. The hotel facilities include bar, restaurant, TV room and games room.
All en-suite all bedrooms have are en suite TV and tea & coffee making facilities.

 

Your holiday travel itinerary

Day 1 A morning departure, stopping for lunch and refreshments en-route to our hotel.

Days 2-6 At leisure in Llandudno with three included excursions (two excursions on five day holidays).

Llandudno is Wales's largest resort, uniquely situated between the hilly promontories of Great and Little Orme, with two wonderful beaches, the award winning North Shore and the quiet, sand-duned West Shore.
Llandudno has kept its Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour, as well as inviting many modern attractions.


A full-day included excursion to Snowdonia  
Our first stop will be in Betws-y-Coed. It is North Wales' most popular inland resort. Set in a beautiful valley in the Snowdonia Forest Park, there are numerous craft and coffee shops in the village,
with the popular Swallow Falls nearby.
Our next stop is Llanberis, a major tourist attraction, and the town nearest to Mount Snowdon. The Llanberis lake railway runs along the northerly shore of Llyn Padarn with the main station located in the Padarn Country Park, across the valley from the town of amidst unspoilt woodland and a range of tourist attractions related to the slate industry. The railway and the other exhibits of Padarn Country Park such as the National Slate Museum ensure the 3000 men who once worked the quarries are remembered as do the quarry workings, which have laid open the side of the Elidir mountain nearby.

 A full day included excursion taking a different view of the Vale of Conwy to the Llechwedd Slate Mine (admission not included). We then travel to the resort of Porthmadog, at the mouth of the River Glaslyn, which attained international importance for the shipping of slate. Today it has developed into a seaside resort with excellent facilities. We return via Beddgellert.
 

7 days holiday only

A half-day included excursion along the North Wales coast firstly visiting Conwy, a delightful small town with a picturesque quayside overlooked by
the mighty Conwy Castle. We continue to the Isle of Anglesey and Beaumaris before visiting Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.
Go on see if you can pronounce it!


Last day We depart for home, arriving during the evening.


What's included