Holidaymakers have been coming to Llandudno for generations, and it’s still the best all-round destination for every member of the family. With a lovely Victorian pier, historic castles, boat rides and farm parks it is the largest seaside resort in Wales.

Llandudno has activities and adventures for everyone, whether you wish to explore the great outdoors or simply want to relax and unwind. At The Esplanade we are ideally located to explore North Wales and beyond. Visit Conwy offers some fantastic recommendations and advice for walkers and cyclists, as well as plenty of information on the area and how to make the most of your time in Llandudno.

Promenade & Seafront

Llandudno’s promenade is almost two miles long, with beautiful Victorian architecture and stunning views across the Irish sea. Opened in 1877, Llandudno pier is the longest in Wales. The pier is a Grade II listed structure which has become an iconic part of Llandudno’s history and welcomes visitors from far and wide all year round. During the summer months, you can enjoy live entertainment on the pier from Thursday to Sunday.

Llandudno is also home to two award-winning beaches; North Shore and West Shore, where you will find something for all the family. Whether you are looking for water sports or a quiet stroll at sunset, there is a perfect spot for you to enjoy our beautiful seaside.

Experience North Wales

Llandudno has been a seaside holiday destination for centuries, and its rich history shines through at every turn. From picturesque walking routes and cycle trails to our historical seafront and pier, Llandudno has it all.

Great Orme

If you're visiting Llandudno and are a keen walker, it doesn't get much better than Great Orme. With multiple routes to take, whatever your ability, Great Orme is a fantastic place to see the local wildlife and greenery.

The Great Orme Nature Trail starts and finishes at the summit with the trail clearly marked. Make sure you look ahead to experience the spectacular scenery of the Carneddau mountains, the Menai Straights and Anglesey. Not to mention views out across the Irish Sea and Liverpool Bay.

Take a look at Visit Conwy for maps and advice to plan your route.

Alternatively, you can reach the summit of Great Orme via cable car or the Great Orme Tramway, perfect if you’re looking for spectacular views without the long walk!

Llandudno Snowsports Centre

Llandudno Snowsports Centre is not only home to the longest toboggan slope in Wales, there are plenty of other activities to enjoy too from skiing to snow tubing, making it an ideal place to entertain the whole family.

Venue Cymru

Formerly known as the Aberconwy Centre and the North Wales Theatre and Conference Centre, Venue Cymru is a arts, events and conference centre which hosts a variety of events and shows throughout the year. Whether theatre, music, dance or exhibitions are your thing, there is something for everyone at Venue Cymru. Visit their website to see what’s on.

Zip World

With multiple locations throughout North Wales, Zip World is home to some of Europe’s longest zip lines, as well as high-rope adventures and unground trampolines. Perfect for even the most avid thrill seekers, and also fun family days out, there are two Zip World sites, within a half-hour drive from Llandudno.

Eating & Drinking

Llandudno has become a renowned foodie spot in recent years, and deservedly so. Whether you are looking for a bite to eat on the move or a sit-down dinner, you won’t be short of choices in Llandudno.

From a pint and a pie at the Cottage Loaf pub to the catch of the day at The Seahorse restaurant, there is something for everyone.

Our team are always happy to make recommendations for places to visit in and around Llandudno; just ask at the front desk!

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You can contact us at reception@esplanadellandudno.com, or call us on 01492 860300. Alternatively, complete our contact form below. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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