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Based on a 7 night stay
Llandudno, North Wales
7 night stay
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The pretty North Wales town of Llandudno is a charming spot with a choice of relaxing luxury holiday cottages nearby. Set on the Creuddyn Peninsula, Llandudno is Wales’ largest seaside resort and makes a lovely destination for couples seeking a romantic retreat, families looking for a great holiday home or for larger groups who need space to mark a special occasion. There’s a fabulous choice of luxury Llandudno self-catering accommodation available in and near the town, including stylish townhouses, beautiful barn conversions, stunning period manor houses, light and attractive lodges and charming traditional cottages which have been lovingly renovated. Llandudno, Colwyn Bay and Conwy make a wonderful holiday base, with beautiful beaches to relax on, and miles of spectacular countryside to explore.
The seaside town of Llandudno dates back to the 1800s and is known as the Queen of the Welsh Resorts. The town has two beautiful beaches and has plenty of traditional amusements for all the family including miniature golf, penny arcades, Punch and Judy shows, a pier and a wealth of great places to eat and drink, including a range of restaurants, pubs and an ice cream parlour. The seafront is framed by a pair of dramatic headlands and is graced with some fine Victorian and Edwardian buildings and a medieval castle towering over the town. Other local attractions near our luxury Wales holiday cottages in Llandudno include Happy Valley, the Great Orme headland and the Elephant Cave. Nearby is the historic walled market town of Conwy, or you could head inland to explore Gwydir Forest Park.
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