When I first visited the Cae Mor seafront hotel in Llandudno the first thing that struck me was its superb location, located right on the seafront looking over Llandudno Bay. I was also very impressed with their attention to detail especially in regard to the thought put into access for people with disabilities and mobility problems.
They have two access points one at the front of the hotel which has two small steps up into the entrance hall, but at the side of leading off the car park is a flat pathway which is ideal for wheelchair access and those with mobility scooters.
With bedrooms on the ground floor specially set out to cater for visitors with a disability this is very much a caring hotel, from those rooms the residents lounge, bar and dining room are easily accessed and the food served in the dining room is wonderfully prepared by the in house Chef and his team and well presented and served by the keen and friendly staff in the dining room.
When you want to venture out Llandudno is the ideal holiday resort for those with walking difficulties, the town set on a flat plain between the Little Orme and the Great Orme. As the name implies the Great Orme is the bigger of the two and can be ascended gently and easily by means of the tramway that goes from Church walks at the top end of the town to the summit of the Great Orme. From where beautiful views of Anglesey and Snowdonia will take your breath away.
To entertain you in your evenings right next door the Cae Mor hotel is the Venue Cymru which always hosts entertainment of the highest standard. Shows such as Grease and the Sound of music have been some of the recent productions and of course there are always a selection of individual singers or groups or even comedians performing there, it is always part of the service at Cae Mor Hotel to obtain tickets for shows should you want them and they will also offer pre show food for you.
Apart from the trip up to the top of the Great Orme there are so many other things you can do in and around Llandudno including open top bus rides that even take in the spectacular neighbouring town of Conwy. The recently opened Mostyn Oriel Gallery is well worth a visit with exhibitions that are regularly changed and the café there is an ideal opportunity to rest and resuscitate be fore you go on to the shopping trip.
Llandudno now has a new shopping park aptly named ‘Parc Llandudno’ where you will find most leading retailers. In town itself you will find the newly refurbished Marks and Spencer stores, the men’s and children’s sections are housed in a separate store, as well as a departmental store called Clare’s which is so nice and traditional.
Not far from Llandudno is the lovely setting of the village of Betws Y Coed known as the gateway to Snowdonia, it is easy to get there from Llandudno by train, a lovely journey that takes you through the Conwy valley.
With so much to do in and around Llandudno you will be delighted with having the Cae Mor hotel as your base, the management and the friendly staff will be there to look after all of your needs and to offer advice about where to go and the things to do.
All in all the Cae Mor seafront Hotel Llandudno is the perfect holiday venue.
There are numerous Disabled access hotels in llandudno but not many that affords a seafront location like the Cae Mor!