Wales’s largest resort is uniquely situated between the Great & Little Ormes, with two wonderful beaches, the award-winning North Shore and the quiet sand dunes of the West Shore. Llandudno has kept its Victorian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions and we tour many of the highlights of this glorious area. Join our coach tour and spend five nights in the charming Dunoon Hotel, a big hit with our regular clients.
Local departure points.
Our three-star hotel is an award-winning hotel of antiques, old world elegance and a formality of warmth and intimacy. The service is personal and attentive rather than fussy and overbearing and we enjoy a high standard of dining, a cosy bar and a fireside lounge.
We leave from our local departure points and travel to our welcoming hotel for five nights in Llandudno. Dunoon Hotel.
Wales’s largest resort is uniquely situated between the Great & Little Ormes, with two wonderful beaches, the award-winning North Shore and the quiet sand dunes of the West Shore. Llandudno has kept its Victorian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions and we tour by coach to many of the highlights of this glorious area. We enjoy a train ride on the Ffestiniog Railway, a narrow gauge heritage railway and a major tourist attraction within the Snowdonia National Park. We tour the beautiful villages of Betws-y-Coed, set in a beautiful valley in the Snowdonia Forest Park, and Beddgelert, a former busy port. We visit Bodnant Gardens, a spectacular horticultural gem, where we enjoy the Spring Gardens and visit Caernarfon, a grand medieval town perched on North Wales’ coastline and home to the imposing Caernarfon Castle. The narrow streets and stylishly redeveloped waterfront most certainly merit a visit. A highlight of our holiday will be Portmeirion, a unique village created by Welsh architect, Clough Williams-Ellis, in the style of an Italian village. The village has been a source of inspiration for writers and TV producers and was the setting for ‘The Prisoner’. The architectural heritage, stunning setting and sub-tropical gardens make for an interesting visit.
Our programme of included highlights offers a mixture of scenic visits, a train ride, a garden visit, iconic Portmeirion and, of course, spending time in our seaside classic town, Llandudno.
We return to Scotland after a memorable coach holiday.
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