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Llandudno & Scenic North Wales.

Llandudno & Scenic North Wales.

Llandudno is a unique combination of Victorian Style and Edwardian elegance, dubbed the Queen of Welsh resorts, which lies on a curved bay making it a popular destination.

This Welsh seaside resort offers a unique combination of Victorian style and Edwardian elegance, and is dubbed the Queen of Welsh resorts. Along with a good selection of shops to explore, it has a flat promenade leading up to the Pier and the Great Orme which you can ride to the top on a tram. Llandudno offers a good base for an enjoyable holiday.

Day 1

We join our coach and travel through the Welsh Marches to Llandudno and our hotel, arriving late afternoon in time to settle in before our evening meal.


Day 2

After breakfast we travel first to Blaenau Ffestiniog, where we join our train for the ride through the Welsh countryside to the seaside town of Porthmadog. On our arrival we travel onto the popular historic village of Portmeirion, famous for its connections with the 1960's television programme "The Prisoner".

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Day 3

Today is a free day to enjoy the town and its attractions.

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Day 4

After a leisurely breakfast we make the journey to the Isle of Anglesey crossing the Menai Straits where our first stop is Beaumaris. The town is home to the last and largest castle built by King Edward I, and there will be time to wander its streets. We re-join our coach and travel onto the National Trust property of Plas Newydd Mansion and Gardens, which offer spectacular views of Snowdonia.

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Day 5

This morning we depart from the hotel and Llandudno and travel back to your joining point with a lunch stop en route.


B=Breakfast Included, D =Dinner Included

Accommodation Details: Tynedale Hotel, Llandudno

This popular three star hotel is located on the seafront promenade and offers a high standard of service and food. The hotel’s facilities include a restaurant, bar and lounge, and all its bedrooms are en suite with television, hairdryer and hot drink making facilities. The majority are served by a lift.


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  • Four nights hotel accommodation.

  • Meals are on a half board basis (Breakfast & Evening Meal).

  • An excursion to Blaenau Ffestiniog, followed by a train ride to Porthmadog.

  • An excursion to Portmerion, famous for its connections to teh 1960's television series "The Prisoner".

  • A free day in Llandudno.

  • A visit to the National trust property of Plas Newydd, offering views of Snowdonia.

  • An excursion to the Isle of Anglesey with a stop at Beaumaris.

  • Services of our coach and driver.



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Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address
Bromyard Bus Stop, Pump Street, Bromyard
Church Stretton Railway Station, A49 side, Church Stretton
Craven Arms Tuffins Lay by Bus Stop, Craven Arms
Hereford Bus Station Stand 1 or 2, Country Bus Station, Commercial Road
Hereford Three Elms Bakers Lane, Off Three Elms Road, Hereford
Ledbury Market House, Ledbury
Leominster Stand 2, Bus Station, Leominster
Ludlow P&R Eco Park, Park & Ride Bus Stop, Ludlow.
Monmouth 2 Coach Bay, Blestium Street, Monmouth
Ross On Wye Bus Stop 4, Cantilupe Road, Ross On Wye
Tenbury Wells Bus Stop, TSB Bank, Teme Street, Tenbury Wells
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