Coach holiday to Llandudno, Wales
Stylish Llandudno has been a favourite since Victorian times. This elegant resort, as a wide curving sea front framed between two headlands, is an appealing blend of period charm and modern day facilities. As the premier coastal resort of North Wales it provides everything visitors could wish for - two beaches, a spacious promenade, excellent shops and a superb base for touring.
The Queens Hotel is a passenger favourite and used by ourselves at least twice a year, with good hospitality and a warm homely feel the Queens is well worth a visit.
Depart Lincolnshire with comfort stops taken en-route to Llandudno.
Enjoy a day of leisure in your resort. There's so much to see and do in this beautiful area. Why not take a relaxing stroll along the spacious promenade, or visit the splendid Llandudno pier, a Victorian masterpiece. Or board one of the beautifully restored tramcars for a unique experience or for the more adventurous enjoy a ride on the Llandudno cable car and experience the magnificent breath taking views.
Today you visit the small village of Llanuwchllyn where you will board the Bala Lake railway, a small gauge steam railway with excellent views of the beautiful Lake and breathtaking scenery of the nearby surrounding mountains. Before visiting the popular heritage attraction of Ruthin Goal, a purpose built Pentoville style prison and learn about the Victorian prison system and the daily lives of the prisoners who were held there.
Today enjoy a full day sightseeing in North Wales. Your main port of call will be the small town of Llangollen, best known for its railway and canal. Throughout the day your driver will take you on a scenic tour taking in local villages and towns of interest over horse shoe pass.
Enjoy a visit to Llanberis and board the little steam engine for a beautiful train journey along side Lake Padarn with stunning views of Snowdonia, followed by a visit to the National Slate Museum that brings to life an industry that once 'roofed the world'. This is no ordinary museum it's the actual 19th century workshop looking as if the workers have just clocked off for the day. We travel back to the hotel via the pretty town Bets y coed .
A full day tour to the historic city of Chester, the city's heritage is truly inspiring and hosts great treasures from the past. Maybe visit the Cathedral and discover 900 years of history. Chester is also a shopper's paradise, one of Chester's most unique features are the two tired rows of shops that give you a fantastic shopping experience whatever the weather.
A final day at leisure in Llandudno to purchase those last minute souvenirs, or simply enjoy the facilities and the beauty this area has to offer.
Monday - Home
After breakfast board the coach ready for your journey back to Lincolnshire with comfort stops taken en route.
The Queens Hotel:
This traditional hotel has been a favourite with Hunts' passengers for a number of years. It is ideally situated on the promenade, overlooking the beautiful bay, yet it is only a short stroll from the centre of the resort. It offers varied menus, friendly staff, comfortable rooms, a cosy bar, and everything you need for an enjoyable holiday by the sea.
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