Llandudno

Highlights:

Wales’ largest and most visited seaside resort Llandudno has kept its Victorian & Edwardian elegance and successfully mixed them with modern attractions. It is uniquely situated between both the Great & Little Orme headlands. The popular Great Orme Tramway climbs to the summit of the headland and reveals magnificent views of the town, Llandudno Bay and beyond.

Tour Includes:

  • Luxury Coach Travel
  • Reserved Seat
  • Services of an Experienced Tour Driver
  • Drive On / Off Ferry with Stena Line
  • Porterage
  • 4 Nights, Bed & Breakfast
  • 4 Evening Meals
  • 2 Excursions
  • A Scenic Rail Journey

From

£545

Per Person

Single Room Supplement: £68

ACCOMMODATION

ITINERARY

PICK UP POINTS

DEPARTURE DATES

Accommodation

Dunoon Hotel

A 50-bedroom hotel of antiques, brasses and oak panels, of old world elegance and formality, of warmth and intimacy. The high levels of satisfaction we achieve are resultant of a guest centred ethos which always put you, our guest, first. The quality of experience and service you receive when in residence is the result of our intentions, efforts and actions. Serving as testament to such working principles and values our firm commitment to providing an exceptional stay has been recognised by numerous hospitality bodies.

Tea / Coffee Making Facilities

Free Wi-Fi

Porterage

Tour Itinerary

Day 1

Following our pick-ups this morning we will travel south towards Dublin, making a short stop at the Applegreen Services (Euros recommended). We will continue our journey to Dublin Port where we must check in for the 14:45hrs Stena ferry to Holyhead North Wales. This crossing takes approximately 3½ hrs after which we will move swiftly on to our destination for an expected time of arrival at the Dunoon Hotel of approximately 20:00hrs.

Day 2

Our excursion today will take us to the picturesque village of Betws-y-coed which is set in a beautiful valley in the Snowdonia Forest Park. We’ll have a short break here before moving onto the popular town of Llanberis – home of Llanberis Lake Railway. We’ll be joining an hour long scenic ride on the five-mile return steam train journey. (Included in price). There will be a short stop at Cei Llydan, a beautiful & tranquil place, and then at Gilfach Ddu, where you can visit the National Slate Museum, watch the driver stoking the fire, the engine taking water, or spend time in the gift shop/cafe.

Day 3

Depart Hotel 10:00hrs

Today our excursion will take us to the popular tourist destination of Llangollen in North East Wales, which is set on a stretch of the Dee Valley. As we approach we will see views of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. Trains, monuments & Castell Dinas Bran -the medieval castle which is rumoured to have links with the legend of King Arthur are all points of interest in Llangollen. Here we will have free time to explore.

Day 4

Free Day

Day 5

Depart Hotel 11:00 hrs

Today we must say our good-byes as it is time to begin the journey home. We will travel to Holyhead where we will check in for the 14:45hrs ferry to Dublin Port. We’ll then begin our journey north making a short comfort stop at the Applegreen Services before commencing on the last stage of our journey north together.

NB: Your driver will confirm/amend departure times as necessary for the duration of the tour

Pick up Points

Pick up PointPick up TimeReturn Time
NEWTOWNARDS, Regent Street - Front Of Bus Station10:0022:00
BANGOR, Abbey Street - Front Of Bus Station10:1521:45
HOLYWOOD, Redburn Square10:2521:30
BELFAST, Glengall Street - Corner Of Opera House10:4521:15
SPRUCEFIELD, M&S Bus Stop - Sprucefield Centre11:0021:00

Departure Dates

Low Deposit:
Only £50

Duration: 5 Days

Departs: Mon 10 June, 2024
Returns: Fri 14 June, 2024

From

£ 545

Per Person

Single Room Supplement: £68

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