Cae Mor Seafront Hotel Llandudno

Disabled Access Hotels in Llandudno

Orme Tram

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There are disabled access hotels in Llandudno if you are coming up for the Victorian Extravaganza this May Bank Holiday Weekend. The Cae Mor is on the seafront, near to all the Victorian activities and the Pier. There are plenty of ground floor rooms and wheelchair accessibility at the entrance. The hotel is right next to Venue Cymru too if you want to take in a show in the evening. The hotel can provide pre show dining. 

The Extravaganza is a must see annual event to celebrate the Victorian history in Llandudno. It will be a busy hub of stalls, rides, Victorian themed performances, stilt walkers and live music. There will be a traditional Victorian sideshow act too! The late 19th century saw much new construction in Llandudno with the addition of the Pier, many hotels and trams up to the Orme, making it far more accessible.

A favourite of many at the Victorian Extravaganza are the exhibitions. Steam wagons, Victorian agricultural engines and Showmans Road Locomotives will be on display over the weekend. There is a parade at 1pm each day featuring many in Victorian costume and Victorian buses and coaches.

You can find all you need to know about the times and locations of events and performances in the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza Souvenir Programme. These will be on sale at booths near the entrance to the event but the Extravaganza itself is free to enter.

Llandudno’s Victorian Extravaganza will run from Saturday 4th of May-Monday 6th of May. The event has been running annually since 1986 and is highly popular with tourists and locals alike. It is one of the best known Victorian themed festivals in the UK. The town is easy to traverse for those with mobility issues and there are disabled access hotels in Llandudno but book soon as there are only two days left until the Victorian Extravaganza 2013. Let’s all look forward to a sunny Victorian weekend this bank holiday.

 

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