Out and About
Heritage Sightseeing Tour - On board a London Route master bus. Relax as you experience stunning scenic views of Llandudno, Wales’ largest seaside resort to beautiful scenes of countryside in rural Glanwydden. Throughout the tour, you'll discover historic gems expertly narrated by our resident tour guide as well as live commentary providing an entertaining and informative journey.
Great Orme - The tram ride up to the Great Orme is an experience worth the price of the ticket. Once at the top of the Great Orme you can visit the visitor centre, go to the pub, cafe or enjoy the views and the walks.
Pier - This elegant Victorian Pier is lined with seaside novelties and food stalls, including a Pier-end Bar.
Promenade - The promenade is the perfect place to watch the sun go down. It is a very spacious walkway with plenty of seats along the curved seashore. It is popular with all ages, for strolling, looking for shells or just watching the world go by.
Copper Mines - World's largest prehistoric copper mine, with a visitor centre, self-guided tunnel tours and a shop.
Here's just some of the things you can explore further afield.
• Ffestiniog Steam Railway
• Isle of Anglesey
• Lleyn Peninsula
• Snowdonia National Park
• Welsh Highland Railway
The Evans hotel is one of the earliest buildings north of the railway station in Llandudno. It has an ornate ironwork porch and was named after one of its earliest owners. The hotel is situated in central Llandudno and is a 10 min walk from the beach and promenade and a 2 min walk from the railway station.
The hotel has 60 rooms with TV, tea/coffee making facilities, Wi-Fi, Bar & Restaurant, 2 Lounges and Entertainment most evenings.
There is free street parking with no time restriction, however during working hours these spaces are limited. The railway station 2 mins away offers 12hrs parking for £2.
Check In: From 2pm
Check Out: By 11am
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Call Hotel Leisure Breaks - 01603 88 67 75