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Steaming up to the Summit

If you’re a regular reader of our blog you’ll know that we often choose an attraction to visit or an activity to undertake so we can bring you a detailed review, and this month we scaled the heights of Snowdon by steam train for our latest article on the Snowdon...

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Make the most of your stay in Llandudno and North Wales with our new App! The App has been designed to help our guests find information on the hotel’s facilities including dining, health and fitness, as well as provide an informative and useful guide to Llandudno and...

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Welsh Mountain Zoo

Up high in the Colwyn Bay hills is the Welsh Mountain Zoo, the National Zoo of Wales, and its location on the old Flagstaff Gardens makes it one of the most beautiful zoos in the world. As part of its wildlife conservation, the...

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Discover North Wales on Foot – Lake Walks

Snowdonia National Park has about 250 lakes, or Llyns as they’re known in Welsh, so there are many opportunities for walkers to enjoy a lakeside walk in North Wales and to help you, here are our favourites: Llyn Padarn is the lake nearest to award-winning Imperial...

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Discover North Wales on Foot – Beach Walks

North Wales has an abundance of beautiful beaches - mile upon mile of golden sand against a backdrop of outstanding views - so we've picked six of our favourite beaches which are great for walking: The seaside resort of Llandudno boasts two beaches and West Shore,...

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Discover North Wales on Foot – Llandudno Walks

Guests staying at The Imperial in Llandudno can enjoy some excellent walks around the resort from the hotel. The Promenade is a gentle flat walk of 1.4 miles which takes you from the Little Orme to the entrance to the Pier.  Add on a stroll down the Victorian Pier,...

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Discover North Wales on Foot – Garden Walks

It's not only the wonderful and at times breathtaking landscapes that distinguishes North Wales’ gardens from others in the UK but also the region’s unique climate that enables you to see many plants you won’t see anywhere else in Britain.  Here are our...

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Discover North Wales on Foot – Mountain Walks

Snowdonia National Park is the largest park in Wales covering over 823 square miles and it’s a short 20-minute drive from the award-winning Imperial Hotel in Llandudno. Snowdon is at the Park’s heart standing at 1,085m (3,560ft) high and it offers many popular walking...

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Discover North Wales on Foot – Wales Coast Path

Did you know that May is National Walking Month? Let this be the month that you discover North Wales on foot as it is the perfect destination for walkers with its sweeping mountains, glistening lakes, fabulous countryside and breathtaking coastline.  There is a walk...

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