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Llandudno Log Cabins

  • Last Minute Cottages - Tilly Bob Lodge
  • Conwy

    Tilly Bob Lodge

    Ref: S776299

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    Llandudno lies between two headlands, the Great Orme and the Little Orme and it is these headlands, and the town's two waterfronts, that give this tourist resort its special appeal. The town offers two superb beaches - the North Shore, with its...

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    The coastal town of Llandudno in Wales is a fantastic holiday destination to explore with plenty of activities to enjoy. There is a long sandy beach, Victorian pier and great stretches of countryside to explore. Boat rides along the North Wales coastline and panoramic views of the Irish Sea can all be found here. Llandudno has many historic attractions including Llandudno pier and the medieval Great Orme or Little Orme.

    Holiday lodges and log cabins in Llandudno are becoming increasingly popular among holiday makers, offering the perfect excuse for a breath of fresh air in the countryside. Whether you're looking for a romantic hideaway, a family getaway, or just to get closer to nature, lodges in Llandudno provide an idyllic escape with an abundance of activities on offer. From watersports, golf, fishing and horse riding to simply taking in the stunning views, we've got the perfect log cabin for you to retreat to!

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    • Is it worth visiting Llandudno?

      Yes, Llandudno is worth visiting. It is a popular seaside resort town located in Conwy County Borough, Wales. Llandudno offers a beautiful coastline, a long promenade, and a sandy beach, making it an ideal destination for those seeking a seaside getaway. The town is also known for its Victorian-era architecture, including the iconic Llandudno Pier and the Great Orme Tramway, which provides stunning views of the surrounding area.

    • How do you spend a day in Llandudno?

      To make the most of a day in Llandudno, you can start by taking a leisurely stroll along the promenade and enjoying the sandy beach. Explore the Victorian charm of the town by visiting attractions like the Llandudno Pier and the Great Orme Tramway for breathtaking views. Discover the town's rich history at the Llandudno Museum and indulge in some shopping and dining along Mostyn Street.

    • Can you walk around Llandudno?

      Yes, Llandudno is a walkable town. It has a compact and easily navigable layout, making it enjoyable to explore on foot. The town centre, promenade, and attractions like the pier and the Great Orme are all within walking distance of each other. Walking around Llandudno allows you to soak in the Victorian architecture, appreciate the scenic views, and discover the town's charm at a leisurely pace.

    • What does Alice in Wonderland have to do with Llandudno?

      Llandudno served as the holiday destination for Alice Liddell, the real-life inspiration for Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. Alice first visited the resort in 1861 at the age of 8 and stayed at the Tudno Villa Apartments, now known as the St Tudno Hotel on Llandudno's North Shore.

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