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All reviews cable car toll road fantastic views marine drive crazy golf tram ride walk up well worth a visit half way gift shop isle of man puffin island great walk well worth the effort mini golf worth a trip copper mine
A wonderful seaside place the best I think in north wales lovely hotels bb s you can do a good spa break here had good theatre venue events during year but I love the train up to the or even the views all the tourist...More
As my daughter said “ amazeballs”. Even though it was blowing a gale and cold it was absolutely stunning. Nature at its best. We drove up as in January the cable car does not work. Some very fit people walk up and some run. If...More
I have been to Llandudno many times and always have a visit to the Great Orme. The views from the top are fantastic (if a little windy). There is a fabulous café at the Orme to either warm up with a hot drink or a...More
went up here today for a day out with kids, everything was basically shut, which is understandable and i expected that but we came up for the park, the slide has gone from the park, something is cordoned off for what i overheard was because...More
Hi, My husband and I are getting to Llandudno from Manchester using off peak return tickets for the Bank holiday weekend. We were wondering if we can use the PlusBus tickets on both the trams and buses in Llandudno? Are they worth getting? We are also thinking of going up to Great Orme, does anyone know which tram/bus I can get from the pier? Would I be able to use the PlusBus tickets on them? Thanks in advance!
August 14, 2012|
Response fromHelen P|
I've found buses to be quite expensive in North Wales (think c £3.50 for a 3 mile trip) but if you're just planning to be in Llandudno, then you'll probably find you can walk to most places. If you're planning on venturing further afield (Conwy etc), then the plus bus tickets might be worth it (but you don't say how much they are...) The orme is right next to the pier and a lovely walk. As TORRII states above, there are tourist buses that do a circuit around the Orme but these won't be...More
What's the best underground mine tour in North Wales? (9 Replies)
We'll only be in North Wales for, at most, 2 days. I want to see as many attractions as possible including Conwy, Caernarfon and Beaumaris Castles and Bodnant Gardens, realizing we'll only have enough time to spend a few hours at each place. I thought my kids, age 18, 21 and 24 would enjoy an underground mine tour if we can possibly squeeze it in. I've read briefly about the Llechwedd Slate Caverns, the Great Orme Mines and Sygun Copper Mine. Is there one I'm missing? What's the best one for...More
April 17, 2009|
Llechwedd Slate Caverns is always worth a visit and it's not too far to drive from Beaumaris. You drive through some amazing scenery on the way too.
Scenic drives North Wales (4 Replies)
Hi, we will be in North Wales next week for 4 days with Conwy as our base town. Arriving in Conwy around noon with rest of the day to enjoy the town, following day for Llandudno - Great Orme tram, Marine drive and the town. Would appreciate any recommendations for circular drives for the last 2 days. Coast, mountains, towns, 4-6 round trip from Conwy. Thanks
September 19, 2018|
I have a couple of suggestions - Take the B5106 from Conwy to Betws-y-Coed, the A5 from Betws to Capel Curig and then the A4086 though the mountains to Llanberis. From there continue along the A4086 to Caernarfon and then back via the A487 to Bangor and the A55 from Bangor to Conwy. The obvious stop off points along the way would be Betws-y-Coed, Llanberis and Caernarfon. The other suggestion would be to take the A470 south past Blaenau Ffestiniog and then the A487 via Maentwrog, past...More