From heritage railways which glide through Snowdonia National Park, the National Slate Museum, and the beautiful beach - There’s lots to discover in Llandudno.
The coastal town of Llandudno makes for a stunning backdrop
for you to explore the north of Wales,
known for its North Shore Beach and Llandudno Pier,
dating back to the 19th-century and filled with seaside fun and beachside shops.
Nestled in the heart of Snowdonia National Park,
lays Ffestiniog Railway which takes in the breathtaking scenery
of the National Park in its full glory.
Architectural heritage awaits us at Portmeirion Town,
created by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 - 1975
whom was on a crusade to prove how a beautiful site
can be developed without spoiling its surroundings.
Portmeirion has a mediterranean feel and is sure to impress.
Sadly,The Electric Mountain, which we were hoping to visit,
have informed us that they will be closed for refurbishement until next year.
So we have organised a trip to the National Slate Museum, including a guided tour.
"The National Slate Museum is sited in the Victorian workshops built in the shadow
of Elidir Mountain, site of the vast Dinorwig Quarry.
You can travel in the past of an industry and a way of life
that has chiselled itself into the very being of the country.
The workshops and buildings are designed as though quarrymen and engineers
have just put down their tools and left the courtyard for home,
while an array of talks and demonstrations including slate-splitting
give you a real insight into quarry life.
Youll hear the gripping story of slate, encompassing such great events
as industrial unrest on the one hand, and the small details of everyday life on the other."
Ride on the Ffestiniog Railway.
Visit to Portmeirion Village.
Visit to Electric Mountain*.
A day at leisure in Llandudno.
Entertainment every night.
4 nights hotel stay on half board.
Four Oaks Hotel
Pleasantly nestled beside the beachfront promenade, this luxurious hotel features relaxed
rooms, TVs and tea and coffee making facilities. Guests can enjoy dining in the hotels
restaurant which features sea views.
The hotel has a lift.
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