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  • Departure Monday, 16 September 2019
  • Return Friday, 20 September 2019
  • No. of nights 4
Little Orme and Llandudno Bay Little Orme and Llandudno Bay Stuart Madden

Llandudno boasts two beaches – the North shore with its elegant crescent of hotels and Victorian Pier, and the wider West shore, famous for inspiring Lewis Carroll to write Alice in Wonderland, with its sand dunes and fabulous views towards the mountains, the Menai Straits and the medieval walled town of Conway.

Llandudno has long been considered North Wales’ premier shopping destination. Parc Llandudno, the town’s recently unveiled development boasts an impressive 13 retail giants. Amidst the wide pavements and Victorian awnings of the main shopping street, you’ll find lots of independent shops and family businesses alongside big high street names. But don’t forget to step off the main drag to discover some side street gems. Smaller coastal towns like Conwy, Deganwy and Rhos-on-Sea are bustling with interesting craft and antique shops where you can treat yourself or pick up a unique gift for someone else.

The Kensington Hotel

The Kensington Llandudno Hotel is

a traditional, family-run hotel, which

is located in a prime location, on the

central promenade in the heart of

Llandudno’s magnificent north shore.

Run by the Beardmore family for over

the past 20 years, the hotel is wellknown

for its warm, friendly, personal


The hotel has 50 en-suite bedrooms,

with tasteful, traditional decor. Every

room is well-equipped with TV, tea

& coffee making facilities to give a

feeling of comfort and homeliness.

Premier rooms enjoy magnificent sea

views of Llandudno’s north bay.

The hotel is suitable for every kind of

visitor to Llandudno, Snowdonia and

other North Wales destinations.


Full day excursion to Caernarfon and

Conway: A magnificent journey today

takes us along the shores of Conwy Bay

to Caernarfon, with its magnificent castle

beside the harbour. We then call to the

walled market town of Conwy, famed

for its enormous castles to the smallest

house in Britain.

Full day: Visiting the bustling village of

Betws-y-Coed, with its beautiful woodland

setting at the foot of the mountains, Betws

is known as `the Gateway to Snowdonia`.

Moving on we make our way to the busy

harbour town with a good range of shops

and attractions, Porthmadog.


IGC Travel Ltd.
Northside, Bankwood Road, Stapleton, Pontefract, WF8 3DD

Contact us

Tel: 01977 607222

Emergency tel: 01977 607222


Opening times:

9.00am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday
Closed Saturday & Sunday

Travel insurance

Travel insurance - if required please contact us on 01977 607222 to set up the policy.