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The Tynedale Hotel - Llandudno


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Centrally located on Llandudno’s iconic Victorian promenade, the Tynedale is a bright modern and welcoming seafront hotel, just 20 metres from the beach and a short walk from the high street and pier, enjoying panoramic views across the bay.

All en-suite rooms provide TV and hot drink making facilities and there are some ground floor rooms available. There is also a lift. The restaurant offers great food, high standards of service with freshly prepared dishes both traditional and modern. After dinner, enjoy top-class cabaret and amazing entertainment; including singing and dancing to suit all tastes. Your holiday starts from the moment you arrive and whilst porters handle your luggage, you will be served welcome tea and coffee. This quality hotel is the perfect base for a memorable holiday.

Price includes:
• Door to Door Transport
• Bed, Breakfast & Evening Meal
• Porterage
• Entertainment

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Tours in this Itinerary

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Summer Break

Jul 3 - 7

Holly & Mistletoe

Oct 20 - 24

Included Excursions

Discover Anglesey & Puffin Island (Puffin Island; July Date Only) – (cost included) Take a journey aboard a 54-seat cruise boat to Puffin Island, where you will receive an informative and entertaining commentary along the way. You will be shown various points of interest and the local history will be explained. See how many different birds & species of wildlife you can spot! Once back on dry land, you will get to explore Beaumaris, with a thriving high street, lovely boutiques, coffee shops and an Ice-cream parlour; and what seaside town would be complete without fish & chips!

Llanberis Lake Railway (Oct Date Only) – Take a journey along the length of Padarn Lake, making a short stopover at Cei Llydan which boasts fantastic views of Llanberis, Padarn Lake & the Snowdonia Mountain Range (cost included).

Conwy - A town rich in history, where much of it is still preserved within the walls and traditional structures of its buildings. In the heart of the town, you will find the 13th-century castle whose walls encapsulate this remarkable medieval town. Conwy offers a whole host of places to eat & drink, traditional pubs and cosy cafes can be found throughout the town.