Llandudno is a fantastic destination for your summer holiday. It’s a wonderful town, originally purpose-built for tourism in 1848. It attracted a number of revellers back then, and absolutely hasn’t lost any of it’s sparkle since. With careful maintenance as well as a number of some seriously fun things to do in the surrounding areas, Llandudno fully deserves it’s title of the Queen of Welsh resorts and is the largest seaside town within Wales. This prestigious title is helped in no small part by the array of fantastic hotels in Llandudno which line the wonderfully clean and carefully maintained shoreline – truly a spectacular sight to behold when the sun’s out and the sea and skies are blue.
That, after all, is what is to be expected from a holiday by the seaside, isn’t it? Llandudno has it in abundance. An excellent marriage of history and progressiveness, sun, sea, sky and – an ice rink?
Believe it or not, it’s true. Or at the very least, it’ll be true for August. Venue Cymru, situated right on the long crescent promenade of Llandudno, is famous in the town for providing anything from Broadway performances, ballets and operas to live music from very notable bands – and this year, even hosted the BANFF Film Festival!
Some say that British tourism is on the decline and that the British seaside holiday is on the way out. Llandudno pooh-poohs that notion in the way that only Llandudno can. With grace, dignity, and standing ahead of the pack with it’s fantastic variety of attractions and history.
Whether you’re here for bucket and spades at the beach, sampling the delicious icecream, enjoying Llandudno’s wonderful pier, shopping at Llandudno’s staggering 2 shopping parks and highstreet – or even walking the magnificent Great Orme, Llandudno has so much for absolutely everyone. For an excellent hotel experience, the Cae Mor Hotel in Llandudno is right on the shoreline next to Venue Cymru – centrally and wonderfully situated to ensure that you have a wonderful holiday, whatever you choose to do with it.