Local Attractions

Llandudno - a perfect location for a holiday or relaxing break in North Wales!

Situated a few minutes walk from the seafront in Llandudno on the North Wales coast, Adcote House is an ideal location for exploring the whole of North Wales including.

  • The North Wales Coast
  • Snowdonia
  • Anglesey
  • The Welsh Borderlands and Chester
 
Within easy travelling distances are a number of historic castles, and the wonderful ancient towns of Conwy, Caernarfon and Chester. Also, not to be missed, is the beautiful Snowdonia National Park.

Being ideally situated in the heart of Llandudno there are a wealth of attractions to suit everybody. Located between the North and West Shores you can walk to either, take a walk along the sweeping promenade or stroll to the end of the pier.

 

Experience the views from the summit of the Great Orme, go by tram in an original Victorian tramway or go by cable car from Happy Valley.

Not to be missed on the Great Orme are the Bronze Age Copper Mines where you can have an underground tour of the 3,500 year old passages.

If you like to shop the Victoria Shopping Centre is a couple of minutes away, a covered centre with 40 units including high street names, and shopping in Chester and Cheshire Oaks is less than 1 hour away.

In nearby Conwy is a 13th century walled town and castle. Travel the beautiful Conwy Valley and venture on to the Snowdonia National Park which is an ideal location for walking, climbing, mountain biking, or just sightseeing.

Bodnant Garden in the Conwy Valley is landscaped in 80 acres and is owned by the National Trust. It contains many important national collections of plants: Magnolias, Eucryhias (large white flowering trees), and Rhododendron forrestii and Embothriums (also called the fire bush, for their flamboyant blossoms).

These are just a few of the attractions that you can enjoy during your stay at Adcote House.
See the North Wales Events website for information on events in North Wales during your stay.