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The Welsh Wonderland of Llandudno

The luscious town of Llandudno is a picturesque pocket of North Wales that offers visitors an astounding array of outdoor activities, intriguing history and splendid scenery. The warm and welcoming locals greet visitors like long lost siblings and are happy to help visitor discover the glittering treasures of their homeland.

The Magnificent Mountain Zoo

The Welsh Mountain Zoo is one of Llandudno's most alluring attractions due its enviable location high above the beautiful Colwyn Bay. Visitors can not only enjoy panoramic views of the bounteous bays, but also roam the enchanting woodland gardens, recline upon the verdant slopes and breathe in the refreshing scent of salty ocean air. The conservation zoo is home to a range of endangered species that includes stunning snow leopards, charming chimpanzees, red pandas and ferocious Sumatran tigers. Descend the hillside to venture into the historic centre of Llandudno, where visitors can marvel at the architectural evidence of prosperous buoyant age. The most prominent feature of the centre is the Plas Mawr, the finest town house of it's period formerly owned by the influential and lavish merchant Robert Wynn. Venture inside to discover the elaborate and opulent décor of the town house, interacting with the multi sensory displays that give a rich insight into the colourful characters' captivating history.

The Hidden Treasures of the Conway Valley

Before setting out to discover the delights of the Conway Valley, indulge in some locally sourced delights at the Castle Hotel, situated in the historic heart of the town centre. The restaurant serves sumptuous and stylish small plates in the intimate and inviting lounge, an atmosphere perfect to relax within and indulge in some Welsh specialities. After these rejuvenating refreshments, embark upon a sublime sightseeing tour with Celtico Tours. The company uses the infallible local knowledge of the stunning scenery to expose the hidden treasures and natural beauty of Conway Valley. The Secret Gem of Destination Conwy Village Tour takes visitors on an intriguing journey to the a secret village that boasts a wealth of history of culture. Experience hill farming first hand and enjoy gorgeous coastal and hillside walks with spectacularly scenic backdrops.

Beautiful Boat Trips upon the Bay

Conclude your wonderful afternoon a tranquil trip boat trip upon the glittering waters of the bay; sit back, relax and consume the captivating cliffs and rocky crags of the coast whole pondering upon which exquisite eatery to dine at. For a festive and family orientated atmosphere, visit the charmingly traditional Old Whitehouse Inn, which boasts the title of the only privately owned free house in Llandudno. The public house not only features live music events regularly, but serves locally sourced and delectable food from the surrounding areas. Sample the rich and robust flavours of free range lamb or freshly cooked mussels, cooked delicately and complimented with an extensive and exquisite wine list.