Llandudno is a Victorian seaside resort that lies on the coast of North Wales. Unlike most other resorts, it has remained largely unchanged for over a century. Llandudno’s appearance is of a typical seaside town of old, with Punch and Judy; donkey rides on the beach and canopied shopping streets and the longest pier in Wales. Once a favourite seaside town of Queen Victoria, now a great Seaside town close to Peasthaven Sands.
Penderyn Lloyd Street Distillery - have produced award-winning single malt whiskies and spirits at their distillery in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons since 1999. Housed in the Old Board School in Llandudno, is the latest expansion with the shop, visitor centre and distillery.
Theatr Colwyn – is an historical theatre and cinema utilising the latest in technology to offer patrons a 21st Century entertainment experience with a traditional, friendly flavour. First opened as a public hall and a place of entertainment in the 1880s. In January 1909 he converted the hall into Colwyn Bay’s first ‘picture house’ after installing the electric light and modernising the auditorium. Classical actors have all appeared here such as as Dame Peggy Ashcroft, Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier. Jack Howarth was stage manager here. Howarth later found fame as Coronation Street favourite Albert Tatlock. Today a wide variety of performances are staged here.
Bodafon Farm Park – The farm park is home to many different kinds of animals including, deer, sheep, along many different species of birds of prey, and more. The farm Park has spectacular view of the great stretch of seafront, out into the Irish Sea. Your children can interact with real live animals and enjoy the wonderful surroundings.
Llandudno Pier – the longest pier in Wales, built in 1876 and stretching out into the Irish Sea. One of the must see places while you are in the area. With traditional fish and chips, ice cream and traditional entertainment, Coffe shops, sweet shops. Also you will find an amusement arcade, one of two located on the pier.