Wales is a nation with its own distinctive language, culture, cuisine and flag – and we are proud to be a part of this magnificent nation. Wales welcomes visitors from across the world, eager to explore its wild coastline, beautiful towns and outstanding views. With The Llandudno Bay Hotel as your base, you can…
Cycle Great Orme
The Great Orme headland is a massive chunk of limestone rising 207m straight out of the sea; little wonder that its name, given by the Vikings, means ‘sea monster’. Today, you could explore it on foot, or hire a powered bicycle from Llandudno Bike Hire – which has to be one of the best ways to explore our own mini-mountain.
Distance: not much pedalling.
Visit a World Heritage Site
Perched on a rock against the backdrop of Snowdonia, Conwy Castle has an indisputably magical feel. Some consider it the finest castle Edward I built, and the mesmerising views from the battlements are particularly famed.
Distance: 4 miles
Clough Williams-Ellis’ private village resort – built from 1925 to 1976. The village is surrounded by 70acres of sub-tropical woodlands gardens.
Distance: 40 miles
Venture up Snowdon on the Mountain Railway.
Since 1896 people, regardless of age or fitness, have claimed the peak of Snowdon as one of their lifetime achievements.
Distance: 28 miles