The town has kept its Victorian and Edwardian style, but has also adjusted to accommodate many modern attractions, such as Parc Llandudno and Venue Cymru. There are many high street favourites in Llandudno, including HMV and Game, as well as many clothes shops, like Newlook and Banc, and plenty of places to get a coffee, such as Caffe Nero and Costa Coffee.
The Llandudno high street is very popular, often full of life, especially during the summer holidays. It offers a step back into a Victorian town and makes a perfect day out; with many Welsh fish and chip shops, small cafes and plenty of local businesses and shops selling souvenirs and welsh rock.
If you are planning on visiting Llandudno and looking for good quality affordable accommodation check out The Imperial Hotel Llandudno. This 4 star hotel affords quality accommodation and is ideal for those looking for a short or longer stay in the area. It is situated perfectly for access into the town and for guests to explore the local area. The bedrooms are well decorated with en-suites, flat screen tvs, freeview, hospitality trays, hairdryers and complimentary toiletries.
Llandudno is an extremely popular vantage point for people visiting North Wales, the Snowdonia National Park, home to England and Wales’ highest mountain, is only a short drive from Llandudno. From the peak of the Great Orme (north most of Llandudno), there are stunning views of the Snowdonia landscape and the Irish Sea.