Llandudno is a charming and traditional seaside town with a delightful esplanade with a curve of lovely pastel coloured Victorian buildings, and amongst its many attractions both natural and man-made, boasts the longest pier in Wales. The town is jammed with traditional pubs, a wide variety of restaurants, tea shops, pubs and bars serving anything from that traditional seaside dinner of fish and chips, to a many course gourmet feast with fine wines to accompany each course.
Many of the hotels in Llandudno have restaurants that are open to non-residents, and offer great deals on set menus. You can eat food from almost any nation in Llandudno, with a number of good Italian, Indian and Chinese restaurants available, and for a special occasion, there are a number of places to have a lovely and extravagant afternoon tea. Visitors to Llandudno’s Venue Cymru will find a wide choice of places to eat a pre-theatre dinner, including a restaurant and bars on site.
There are a number of events in Llandudno throughout the year, making it a must on your list of places to visit in North Wales.