North Wales is a magical place that must be explored; discover the true beauty of its rugged coastlines, quaint Welsh villages, glistening lakes and breath-taking mountains.
Llandudno is the perfect base for your walking holidays in North Wales (located on the Wales Coastal Path); with the mountains of Snowdonia sitting so close to the beautiful coastline, you are rewarded for your visit with the best of both seaside and mountains so you can walk to your heart’s content taking in every beautiful sight.
You do not have to venture miles from Llandudno to find stunning views; you can enjoy lovely shorter walks from the hotel, down the Victorian Promenade, around the town and to the Pier - you must see the beautiful view of the bay from the end of the Pier with the mountains of Snowdonia as the perfect backdrop.
In Llandudno coastal walks are easily accessible on either side of the bay. Follow the paths up and over the Great Orme, enjoy a rest at the summit admiring the views across Llandudno bay and then continue on your journey whilst enjoying panoramic views of Anglesey and the West Shore.
If you are seeking wild rocky mountains, a drive to Snowdonia National Park will take just 20 minutes from Llandudno, to begin a new adventure. The network of trails means there are walks to suit all abilities, whether you would prefer a leisurely walk with views of the rugged mountain peaks or if ascending the peaks is what you had in mind, the National Park provides a range of routes from Hard Mountain Walks to Easy Leisure Walks. A walker’s paradise, Snowdonia boasts miles of breath-taking scenery: cascading rivers, deep forest and lakes; a place that will undoubtedly renew your love of nature.
Walkers love the charming village of Betws-y-Coed, described as the official ‘gateway to Snowdonia’, visitors can find quaint shops, charming tearooms and fantastic views - a must visit town during your tour of North Wales.
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