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Llandudno, the largest resort in Wales, is famous for the Victorian style and Edwardian elegance that is evident throughout the town. It is exciting, lively and beautiful with two beaches set beneath the towering limestone headland of the Great Orme – one of many fascinating natural features of the coastline. Llandudno museum is well worth a visit as is the Victoria shopping centre and its Victorian tea rooms.


Monday We collect you from your home to join your tour coach travelling to North Wales and the St. Kilda Hotel for the next four nights dinner, bed and breakfast.

Tuesday This morning we head to Llanberis where we will have a morning journey on the Llanberis Lake Railway starting at Gilfach Ddu station going all the way to Penllyn before returning back to the station, after this we’ll head over for a visit at the National Slate Museum. The Museum is sited in the Victorian workshops built in the shadow of Elidir Mountain, site of the vast Dinorwig quarry. Here you can travel into the past of the industry and a way of life that has chiselled itself into the very being of this country. The workshops and buildings are designed as though quarrymen and engineers have just put down their tools and left the courtyard for home. An array of talks and demonstrations including slate-splitting gives you a real insight into quarry life. We return to the hotel via the stunning Llanberis Pass and Betws-y-Coed.

Wednesday Today we travel through Snowdonia to the unique Italianate village of Portmeirion which was designed by architect William Ellis in the early 20th Century. The stunning houses and pavilions overlook the sea at Cardigan Bay. The classic TV series ‘The Prisoner’ was filmed here. We then have some more free time in Porthmadog, a busy harbour town with a good range of shops and attractions. The towns Maritime Museum tells the story of the town’s rapid 19th Century growth into a thriving slate exporting and shipbuilding port for the handsome three-masted schooners known as Western Ocean Yachts. Porthmadog’s best loved landmark is The Cob, a mile-long embankment across the estuary that shaped the destiny of the town.

Thursday This morning we head to nearby Caernarfon for a brief morning visit, a historic town guarded by a mighty castle, enjoy the views of the fortress while enjoying some leisure time. We continue over the Menai Straits for a visit to the Welsh seaside town of Beaumaris. Affectionately known as the Anglesey Riviera, the area around and covering Beaumaris is made up of a number of beautiful beaches, wander along the pier or down the seafront to fully enjoy these sights.

Friday This morning we make our return journey back to Wiltshire, making suitable stops en-route. Once we have arrived back you will be met by your taxi to return you to your home.


St Kilda, Llandudno

Located in the very centre of the sweeping promenade, the St Kilda hotel nestles between the Great Orme and the Little Orme which couples with the Gulf Stream gives it a unique, mild climate. A family run hotel with a special warm and friendly atmosphere. Situated on the seafront promenade with stunning views over the bay. The rooms within the hotel are en-suite and offer guests the use of a hairdryer, radio, TV as well as tea and coffee making facilities.


• 4 nights Dinner, Bed and Breakfast
• Luxury coach travel
• Home pick-up
• Excursions and visits
• Journey on the Llanberis Lake Railway