Llandudno voted one of the UK’s top ten resorts by TripAdvisor
Fondly regarded as the “Queen of the Welsh resorts”, North Wales’ Llandudno has been voted one of the top 10 UK holiday resorts in TripAdvisor’s 2012 Travellers’ Choice Awards.
Perfectly placed on the unspoilt North Wales coast, the town has a pristine Blue Flag beach and is the ideal destination for a nostalgic family break with Punch and Judy shows, donkey rides on the beach, sand castle building competitions and the longest pier in Wales. Llandudno was also the favourite holiday destination of Alice Liddell who inspired Lewis Carroll’s famous Alice books and first visited Llandudno when she was just eight years old. More recently, Prince William and Kate Middleton have been spotted there.
The 870-mile-long Wales Coast Path opens this weekend (5 May), making Wales the first country to have a continuous trail all the way around its coast. Nearby Bodnant Garden also boasts one of the world’s most impressive laburnum arches which is 55 metres long and flowers in late May.
Situated on the seafront with glorious views of Llandudno Bay, as well as of the Great and Little Orme headlands, the St George’s Hotel is an ideal base from which to explore the different activities on offer in North Wales. One night’s accommodation, including a three-course dinner and full Welsh breakfast in the award-winning restaurant, costs from £107.50 pp (two sharing). A family of four (with the same package) costs from £73.75 pp (based on a family of four sharing). Valid from 4 May – 31 October 2012. For more information, visit stgeorgeswales.co.uk.