Whatever the time of year come rain or shine, there’s always something to see or do in and around Llandudno. Enjoy a few days away, why not?
Kaiser Chiefs on Wednesday 22nd Feb 2017
Mike and the Mechanics: ‘Word Of Mouth’ on Monday 20th Feb 2017
Ghost the Musical from Monday 6th to 11th Mar 2017
World Snooker Players Championship from Monday 6th – 12th Mar 2017 Snooker’s elite stars will return to Venue Cymru in Llandudno in March for the Players Championship
Marti Pellow on Saturday 18th Mar 2017
Billy Ocean on Friday 24th Mar 2017
The Bootleg Beatles on Monday 10th Apr 2017
Check out the Venue Cymru website for more details venuecymru.co.uk
Tel Booking Office +44 (0)1492 872000
The event starts on the promenade in Llandudno on Saturday 11th February 2017
The Cambrian Rally is organised by the North Wales Car Club. The premier event is the Cambrian Rally, attracting around 150 crews for a day of fierce competition in the renowned Welsh forests of Clocaenog and Penmachno. The forests of North Wales are synonymous with rallying especially the Lombard RAC (now the WRC) back in the late eighties, with legendary drivers such as Stig Blomqvist, Markku Alen, Per Eklund and Juha Kankkunen. In 2009 the club secured World Rally Championship (WRC) drivers Mikko Hirvonen, Mads Ostberg, Steve Perez and Nasser Al-Attiyah who all competed on the event. The Cambrian has won numerous awards in the past few years, from the BTRDA, ANWCC and Welsh Association of Motorsport.
Check out the Cambrian Rally website for more details cambrianrally.co.uk
The Wales Coast Path opened in 2012 and is the world’s first uninterrupted route along 870 miles of the national coastline. The path in North Wales between Kinmel Bay and LLanfairfechan is around 34.5 miles long and includes a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) at Pensarn Beach, rare wildlife on the slopes of the Great Orme in Llandudno and the UNESCO World Heritage listed Conwy Castle
The Great Orme is the biggest of the two Ormes in Llandudno. The Coast Path will take you along Marine Drive around the headland of the Great Orme. This limestone headland on the Creuddyn Peninsula has long been called the Great Orme Head (Welsh name: Pen-y-Gogarth) and Orme, a Viking name meaning ‘Serpent’ as the Little and Great Ormes are thought to have reminded early sailors of giant sea serpents. Discover some of the Great Orme’s wildlife. The path takes in spectacular views of Liverpool Bay and the Irish Sea, the Carneddau mountains, the Menai Strait and Anglesey
What Kind of Walk is it?
- Time: Approximately 3 hours
- Distance: 6.5 km/4 miles
- Paths: Grassy paths, tracks and roads. The path is steep in places, so good walking shoes and boots are recommended
- Map: Explorer OL17
- Refreshments: Available at the Summit Complex, which is open daily from Easter until the end of October, weekends only out of season. The Rest And Be Thankful Café is at the far end of the headland, on the Marine Drive
10% discount when booking a 2 night stay. This offer is available Sunday to Thursday during April. Please use promo code ‘Coast Path’. Call direct to book