After the hectic festivities with the celebratory parties, the family get-togethers and the over indulgence of food and possibly alcohol, the period between Christmas and New Year can seem like a haven of tranquillity.
Christmas is a traditional time for spending with family or friends but the organisation, meal plans and of course the dreaded food shopping results in many thinking they’ve picked the short straw if it’s their turn to play host! Why not let 2018 be the year everyone in your family relaxes by making going away for the festivities a new tradition.
Create your own beautiful Christmas Wreath to take home in our fun and festive workshop with award winning Floral Designer, Sarah Hudson from Scent with Love on Thursday 6 December.
Mostyn Gallery's current exhibition She sees the shadows shows work by over 40 contemporary artists and invites us to look at everyday objects and materials in different ways.
Unlike some seaside resorts, Llandudno is still a popular destination to visit all year round so here are 4 things we love about the region in the Autumn.
We're delighted to have won the Gold* Award in the Llandudno in Bloom competition.
Discover Wales with the Wales Way, three new national touring routes that take you on an epic adventure across the ancient landscapes of the country.
Seen as an aid to navigating the sea for maritime pilots, the history of lighthouses goes further back than you may think. In fact the first lighthouse was built in the harbour of Piraeus, Athens in the 5th Century BC! And although the lighthouses in North Wales are a more recent addition, they are still steeped in history and interesting facts, with many continuing to aid vital sea navigation:
What3words is a geocoding system for the communication of locations. It has been described as the best navigation idea as it is in essence a mapping tool which pinpoints any location in the world in just three words.
There is nothing more quintessential for a traditional seaside holiday than choosing a destination that boasts a pier, and at Llandudno we’re fortunate to have not only the longest pier in Wales but also one of the UK’s finest.