Llandudno is dazzling this week in the summer sunshine. The town is gorgeous and a fascinating place to visit at any time of year with all its historical sites, shops, restaurants, theatre and activities but its impressive nature and views are at their best in the sun. Hotels in Llandudno are elegant, luxurious and those lining the bay deliver stunning views.
The elegant and prestigious seafront hotels Llandudno line a wonderfully pristine beach and overlook an open sparkling bay of blue water. Summer is the best time to see sea wildlife and take boat trips in Llandudno’s bay.
The season brings many interesting events to the town such as the Traditional Welsh Craft fayres. There are several this summer and they attract crowds with their delicious food stalls and beautifully handcrafted jewellery. The July Craft Fayre is on the 20th-21st. The summer is also bringing the Sailing Club’s Regatta which should be an entertaining event on the water on the 28th of July.
Llandudno is well known as the main tourist destination of the region and Llandudno town council are currently aiming to attract money to the town as has already been done for towns such as Colwyn Bay. The extra funds could go towards maintaining the beautiful town and making it even more spectacular than it already is. The work and care that goes into maintaining this town is what makes Llandudno so beautiful, entertaining and a top UK tourist destination.
There are many well known sites and activities in Llandudno that tourists flock to in the sunny weather: The Great Orme, the cable cars, the tram, the ski resort, Happy Valley Park, the beach and many others. If you are looking for less traversed paths for walking near seafront hotels Llandudno then the Little Orme is a wonderful location. The Little Orme is far less commercialised than the Great Orme. If you are looking for quiet reflection and walking in a peaceful natural setting it is definitely the place to visit on your Llandudno holiday.
The Little Orme is 462 feet high, not as massive as the Great Orme but still large and a paradise for walkers and experienced rock climbers alike. Limestone quarrying has taken place on the Little Orme and the North Wales path runs right across this landmark. It is a North Wales wildlife nature reserve as well as a sanctuary for sea birds.
Another excellent place to visit is the Obelisk at Frith Hill near Llandudno. It was erected in 1993 and was a source of controversy at the time as many wanted it removed while others thought it was a beautiful monument for the town. Enjoy the walk to the Obelisk and find out your opinion for yourself. The Obelisk was constructed by the Bodysgallen Hall hotel in a limestone meadow overlooking an old quarry. It is also a site of Specific Scientific Interest because of the grasslands and flowering plants in the meadow.
Seafront hotels Llandudno are the most popular hotels in Llandudno and fill up fast in the summer so book your standard, deluxe or superior bedrooms now to enjoy walking in the North Wales landscape.