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Make a Holiday Rental Cottage in Llandudno, Wales, Your Home Away From Home

With beautiful beaches sweeping along the estuary of the River Conwy, it is not hard to see why many people love visiting the town of Llandudno. Situated in the borough of Conwy County, Llandudno has been a popular seaside resort since Victorian times. A Llandudno holiday is an ideal choice for those who want a busy beach holiday, somewhere that has plenty of sea and sand as well as a handful of attractions for visitors of all ages to enjoy. What’s more a wonderful Llandudno holiday rental cottage will provide fantastic views of the Irish Sea as well as the mountains of Snowdonia on a very clear day.

Things to Do on Holiday in Llandudno, Wales

As a prominent seaside town it will come as no surprise to travellers that there is a wide range of water-based activities to enjoy in the town. This includes the likes of water skiing, swimming, deep-sea fishing, windsurfing, surf fishing, diving and sailing. A Llandudno holiday has plenty of other activities for visitors of all ages to enjoy such as golf, tennis, caving, hiking, skiing, bird watching, rock climbing, abseiling and horse riding. The town also has plenty of art galleries, several museums and holds a traditional Victorian street fair during the month of May every year.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Llandudno, Wales

Should you decide to venture out of Llandudno for the day then there are many great places to head for including the wonderful town of Beaumaris on the neighbouring Island of Anglesey. Although dating back to the time of the Vikings Beaumaris’ main attraction is its castle which was built by Edward I in the 13th century. With several other fortresses, Beaumaris Castle became part of “The Iron Ring” that the king built up in Wales and although it was built over a 35 year period it was never completed.

Weather in Llandudno, Wales

Weather is an important factor of any holiday and a Llandudno holiday is no exception. Visitors to the town will be able to enjoy a typical Maritime climate which means that there are relatively warm summers and cool winters. The warmest months of the year to have a Llandudno holiday are generally June, July and August when the temperature can reach as much as 20 degrees Celsius. The winter months see the temperature fall to anywhere between 4 and 9 degrees Celsius. The annual rainfall amount for the town is approximately 27 inches.

Travel to Llandudno, Wales

Starting a fantastic Llandudno holiday is really simple as travellers can land at Liverpool Airport (LPL) which is approximately 46 miles away from the town. Passengers can use a variety of airlines such as Flybe, easyJet and KLM to reach Liverpool Airport. Many airports throughout the UK can be used as departure points including East Midlands (EMA), Edinburgh (EDI), Gatwick (LGW), Belfast (BFS) and Bristol (BRS).

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