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Llandudno Transport Festival Victorian Extravaganza 4th – 6th May

22nd April 2013

The Llandudno Extravaganza and Transport Festival take place over the course of 3 days from the 4th of May to the 6th, and getting around will be easier because of the Shuttle Bus Service; free of charge! The festival itself is one of the most popular in the whole of the UK and is one…

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Llandudno Christmas Fayre invites Cae Mor Hotel Guests to Get Festive

2nd November 2012

A Conwy Victorian coastal resort will be welcoming locals and guests from the Cae Mor Hotel  llandudno  in preparation for its annual Christmas Fayre from Thursday 15th November to Sunday 18th November.   The Christmas Fayre, formerly known as the Celtic Winter Fayre, has been a key event on the North Wales Christmas calendar for years…

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The Cae Mor Caters for People with Disability Problems

15th October 2012

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…

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Cae Mor Video Slide Show

1st October 2012
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Adjacent to Cae Mor Hotel Llandudno sits the Popular Venue Cymru

5th September 2012

For those staying at the Cae Mor Hotel Llandudno, a visit to the adjacent Venue Cymru is a must. Veune Cymru (Welsh Theatre) is one of the main attractions for all ages in Llandudno as it attracts a great variety of comedians, musicians and actors that star in the many shows that appear at the…

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New Alice in Wonderland Statues in Llandudno

29th June 2012

A wooden statue of the Queen of Hearts, from the classic story Alice in Wonderland is the latest addition to Llandudno, on the new tourist trail, where Lewis Carroll was inspired to write the story, after holidaying with Alice Liddel in the 1860’s and 70’s. The new statue is now one of four on the…

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Great Orme Tramway Llandudno

21st June 2012

The Great Orme Tramway Llandudno is the only remaining fixed cable tram system in great Britain and one of only 3 surviving in the world. The Tramway is the easiest and most enjoyable way to make the ascent up the Great Orme, running since  July 31st 1902 to this day, originally powered by steam until…

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Things to do in Llandudno

10th April 2012

The seaside resort town of Llandudno, Wales, has many great attractions worth visiting. Llandudno encompasses several neighboring townships, such as Craig-y-Don, Llanrhos and Penrhyn Bay. The town is located between Bangor and Rhyl, being only a 15 minute drive away from Snowdonia. The town is very accessible, both by car (along the A55) and by…

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Cae Mor Golf Packages Llandudno

3rd April 2012

We offer special accommodation for golfing trips North Wales is home to some of the UK’s most challenging Links and Parkland Golf Courses, set in stunning scenery. All of these golf courses are within a 15 minute drive of the Cae Mor Hotel. Guests to the Cae Mor Hotel have the choice of a brilliant…

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Wedding Venue Llandudno

27th January 2012

The Cae Mor Hotel Llandudno has been granted its license for weddings.  If you are planning your Big Day contact the Cae Mor hotel today to find out about our all inclusive wedding packages. Llandudno is an ideal location for a beautiful wedding. The beautiful views of the seafront and Great Orme offered by the…

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