Today it is still possible to walk along the old town’s wide streets and admire the elegant Victorian and Edwardian buildings. Many of them listed and carefully conserved.
“And then it’s off for a stroll back down the prom with the finest seaside frontage anywhere in Britain. Mostyn Street retains the variety of lots and lots of individually owned shops with frontages that Grace Brothers would die for, intermingled with pubs, restaurants, shopping arcades and welcoming cafes.” Patrick O’Neill Editor of Cheshire Life May 2007
Abbey Lodge is a great base from which to explore this stylish town which has a rich heritage dating back to the Stone Age.
Take the Victorian tram up the Great Orme and hop off halfway to explore the copper mines dating from the Bronze Age.
Stroll through the back streets of the old town where you will find cottages dating from the town’s farming and fishing days. Stop off for lunch at the Cocoa House where the suffragettes met to plan their campaign to win votes for women.
With it’s fashionable busy café bars and fine restaurants Llandudno has something for all the family and is an ideal location from which to explore Snowdonia.
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