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Price and Availability Index in Llandudno
Holiday Letting Price Information in Llandudno
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Llandudno. Llandudno is most expensive in July (27/07 - 03/08), when prices are on average £97 a night. You can find some of the best deals during one week in January (25/01 - 01/02). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Llandudno
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Llandudno. The week with the highest booking rate is in May (25/05 - 01/06). Only 41 of the rentals are still available. Conversely, it is in November (23/11 - 30/11) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The Weather in Llandudno
Check out the climate diagram for Llandudno. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 21°. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Llandudno in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Discover classic seaside charm with a Llandudno holiday letting
Llandudno, in North Wales, is one of the UK’s most popular seaside resort towns. Though Llandudno rose to prominence way back in the Victorian era, it has been excellently preserved since then and remains a highly favoured destination for visitors from across the UK and beyond.
Highlights of the town include the Great Orme Tramway, the Oriel Mostyn Gallery, and of course the delightful beaches. Renting a Llandudno holiday cottage puts you in the perfect position to discover all these attractions, as well as the wider natural beauty of the Llandudno area, at your leisure.
How to get to Llandudno
Trains arrive into the town’s Victorian-era railway station directly from Manchester or from Liverpool via Chester. There are also regular trains from other major cities, including Cardiff and London. While Llandudno is a highly walkable town, those wanting to get out and see the surrounding areas will find a hire car to be an advantage.
There are no major cities in North Wales and consequently no airports serving the immediate vicinity. The two closest airports are Liverpool and Manchester, from which Llandudno holiday lettings are easy to reach via train or car.
Weather in Llandudno
Llandudno’s weather can generally be described as mild and warm, with pleasant temperatures during spring and summer and cool autumns and winters.
While you won’t be negatively affected by the temperature, you should be prepared for wet weather. Llandudno receives higher than average levels of rainfall throughout the year. As such, it’s a good idea to keep some waterproof clothing and an umbrella handy in your Llandudno holiday letting.
What to do in Llandudno
Llandudno is simply a terrific place to be. From its charming shops and cafés to the enchanting pier and coastline, it invites visitors to enjoy all the simple pleasures of a Great British seaside getaway. Once you’ve spent some time soaking up the general atmosphere, you’ll find there’s plenty to keep you occupied during your holiday.
One absolute must-do is the Great Orme Tramway, Britain’s only cable tramway. Opened in 1902, the tramway operates from March to October and offers a unique experience. You can get on at Victoria station and ride it halfway, or complete the journey all the way to the Great Orme summit. Wherever your destination, you’ll enjoy travelling across the town in old-fashioned style and taking in the great views.
Once you alight from the Great Orme Tramway, a walk along the Great Orme headland will be refreshing and awe-inspiring in equal measures. Stop by the remote Saint Tudno's Church, which dates back to the 12th century.
Having discovered the old and beautiful side of Llandudno, change gears and head to the MOSTYN Art Gallery. This excellent exhibition is housed in a beautiful building and showcases contemporary art from international and local artists. The café sells delicious food prepared from local ingredients and is also well worth a visit.
Llandudno holidays with children
Your children will be sure to love staying in a Llandudno holiday cottage. After all, this is a classic seaside destination that promises lots of fun for kids of all ages.
Of course, your first stop on a family seaside holiday will be the beach! Finding a holiday letting near the sea is easy, with plenty of seafront apartments and holiday homes available.
TTwo of the best local beaches are the North Shore and West Shore. The liveliest beach is North Shore, known locally as Llandudno Beach. Walk along the nearly 3000-foot Victorian pier, see a Punch and Judy show and even take a donkey ride across the sand. Grab an ice cream from the nearby ice cream shops and enjoy all the atmosphere of a vintage day at the beach.
Elsewhere in Llandudno is Great Orme Family Golf, a fun and competitive pitch and putt golf course, and Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre, where your kids can try their first attempt at skiing and snowboarding or just lay back in an inflatable ring and ride the 750m-long toboggan.
For an educational and fascinating day out during your stay at Llandudno holiday homes, visit the Home Front Experience. This exhibition transports visitors back to life during the Second World War.
Explore Llandudno's top attractions
Llandudno Pier is Wales' longest pier at 700m. A premier Victorian attraction, it offers beautiful views of the Irish Sea, quaint seaside shops and food stalls.
West Shore Beach
Quieter than the bustling north shore, this pet-friendly beach offers picnic areas, rock pools and terrific sunset views across the bay. Locals believe that Lewis Carroll once strolled here.
Great Orme Cable Cars
This cable car runs across the Great Orme, offering unbeatable views of Llandudno. On a clear day, you can see as far as Anglesey. Savour a meal at the restaurant at the top.
The lovely Llandudno Promenade often attracts seals to its shore. Illuminated hotels and the Great Orme look fantastic by night, when the promenade is enjoyed by bikers and dog-walkers.
Called 'sea monster' by the Vikings, the Great Orme is a large limestone chunk rising out of the sea. Take the cable car or tramway to get to the top. Once there, enjoy the solitude.
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