Llandudno an Area of Stunning Beauty

Llandudno is an area of outstanding natural beauty and Ashdale Guest House is perfectly situated for a leisurely stroll along the flat promenade to the pier, or into town. Architecture in the town adds to the areas beauty as many buildings have been preserved. The town also has a wide and varied history dating back to the Bronze Age.

Excellent Beaches

West Shore beach shows a quieter side to Llandudno than the bustling North Shore. This is a sandy beach, popular with holidaymakers and facing into Conwy Bay where low tide reveals a large expanse of sand, which is great for kite-flyers and kite-surfers alike. It’s also renowned for its spectacular sunsets.

Venue Cymru

Check out Venue Cymru to see the latest shows, musicals, plays and enjoy a night out beginning with a meal and drink in the restaurant before taking your seat for the latest performance.

The Mountain Zoo

Venturing a few miles along the coast will take you to Colwyn Bay Zoo for a great day out, with its impressive collection animals large and small, sea lions and falconry displays that all the family will love.

Conwy Castle

For history lovers and those interested in our ancient heritage a trip to Conwy Castle is a must visit destination and only a few minutes away by car. Once you have visited the castle you can spend time wandering around the picturesque village of Conwy which is a delight.

Zip World

Penrhyn Slate Quarry, located near Bethesda in North Wales, is home to Zip World Velocity 2, the fastest zip line in the world and the longest in Europe. You can also watch the zippers fly by from the Blondin Restaurant or Café.

Snowdonia National Park

A day trip to the western side of Snowdonia National Park is also heartily recommended. Betws-y-Coed gives visitors a warm welcome to the National Park, and is surrounded by magical waterfalls, lakes and awe-inspiring mountain terrain. Whether you choose to venture out of Betws-y-Coed for a hike up one of the many walking trails, or you simply want to potter about around the village, admiring the bridges and sampling some traditional Welsh fare in one of the many teashops and restaurants.