Local Area Information
There are so many local attractions in and around Llandudno and so many activities to do during your stay that we can only try to give you a flavour here. If there is a specific activity that you would be interested in doing then either click on the link or discuss with Sarah and Berin who will do all they can to help.
For those who want some Retail Therapy there is a wide range of department stores, boutique shops antique dealers and two retail parks to choose from.
For those interested in Sporting activities there is a large indoor swimming pool(http://www.conwy.gov.uk/) and multi-gym in the centre of the town as well as Badminton/Squash courts, Outdoor Tennis Courts, Jet Boat rides, Leisurely Boat rides around the Great Orme, Olden Times Coach tour around the Marine drive,Victorian Tram Ride (http://www.greatormetramway.co.uk/), Two Beaches with paddling Pools and children’s playgrounds as well as an outdoor gym area on the West shore.
For those who like more specific or adventure activities there are, Sea fishing and Coarse fishing, Canoeing, Kayaking, Sailing, Jet Skiing, Get Wet (http://www.colwynbaywatersports.co.uk/ http://www.balawatersports.com/) Rock climbing, Mountain Climbing, Zip Wire Ride (http://www.zipworld.co.uk/), Underground Cave adventures (www.llechwedd-slate-caverns.co.uk/; www.fhc.co.uk/electric_mountain), High Rope courses, Remote controlled boating lake, Scuba Diving, The Welsh mountain Zoo (http://www.welshmountainzoo.org/), Miniature golf , Golf Course (http://www.northwalesgolfclub.org.uk/), Llandudno Cricket Club (http://llandudno.play-cricket.com/home/home.asp), Mountain Biking, Bowling Green, Horse Riding, Cable Car, Dry Ski Slope, Tabogganing track, Museums and Galleries as well as Beautiful Gardens ( http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/bodnant-garden/), the Italianate village in http://www.portmeirion-village.com/, A large variety of Steam train trips(http://www.ffestrail.co.uk/; http://www.snowdonrailway.co.uk/; http://www.bala-lake-railway.co.uk/), as well as the extensive and natural beauty of Snowdonia National park(http://www.eryri-npa.gov.uk/) to enjoy.
At Glascoed we know that a lot of our guests wish to experience the true nature and culture of wales rather than the usual tourist routes and so we have teamed up with Celticos who offer guided themed & nature walks, craft & hobby courses that enhance the Outdoor Tourism spectrum in Conwy, Snowdonia & Anglesey, North Wales. if you want to experience the Welsh way of life this is the perfect tour and you get picked up and dropped off right at our door.
And if you want to find out more about what to do while staying at Glascoed Guesthouse, why not click on this link http://www.youtube.com/user/DestinationConwy and make your decision.
For evening entertaining you can partake of Fine Dining at any of a large variety of Restaurants and Food Pubs where Sarah and Berin would be delighted to help you choose and make any reservations you would like, and follow that up with a trip to Wales’s second largest Theatre (https://www.venuecymru.co.uk/) or join in the Karaoke at one of the local pubs or even visit one of the Nightclubs in the town.
Whatever you decide to do, make The Glascoed your place to stay and Berin and Sarah will do all they can to help you get the most out of your break.
Local Attractions & Entertainment
- Great Orme Tramway
- Great Orme Mines
- Bodafon Farm Park
- Cycle Hire Llandudno
- Home Front Museum
- Oriel Mostyn Gallery
- Llandudno Museum
- Bodnant Gardens
- North Wales Golf Club
- Maesdu Golf Club
- Ski & Snowboard Centre
- Venue Cymru (Theatre)
- Zip World
- Llandudno Pier
- Great Orme
- Happy Valley
- Conwy Castle
Cottage Loaf – Market Street
Kings Head – Old Road (next to the tram)
The Albert – Madoc Street
Queen Victoria – 4 Church Walks
The Palladium (Wetherspoons) – Gloddaeth Street
Pebbles Fish & Chips – 11a Mostyn Street
Fish Tram Chips – 22 Old Road
Tribells Fish & Chips – 8 Lloyd Street
Blue Elephant Indian – 4 Gloddaeth Street
Bengal Dynasty Indian – 1 North Parade
Jasmine House Chinese- 39 Mostyn Street
Emperor Chinese – 102 Mostyn Street
East Chinese – 21 Augusta Street
Tops Chinese – Mostyn Avenue, Craig y Don
Romeo Italian – 25 Lloyd Street
La Taverna Italian – 83a Church Walks
Valentino Italian – 3a Gloddaeth Street
Casanova Italian – 18 Chapel Street
Carlo’s Italian – 2 Pleasant Street, Craig y Don
Seahorse Seafood Bistro & Restaurant
Dylans – East Parade, Llandudno
New Mediterranean – 153 Mostyn Street
Home Cooking – 139a Mostyn Street
The Empire Hotel (Poolside Restaurant)
Bistro Bach – 22a Mostyn Avenue, Craig Y Don
Cambridge Mostyn – 107 Mostyn Street
Candles Restaurant – 29 Lloyd Street
Snooze Wine Bar & Food – Church Walks.
Wildwood – 91 Mostyn Street
Lawton’s Café Grill – 147 Mostyn Street
Johnny Dough’s Wood-Fired Pizza
Harvey’s New York Bar & Grill – 72 Mostyn Street
Sinatra’s – 39-41 Madoc Street
Y Review Restaurant – The Promenade, Vaughan St
(Veggie and Gluten Free Friendly)
How to find us
England and Scotland
Take the M6 to the M56 interchange. Proceed West for Wales and join the A55 at Chester. proceed for 42 miles to the Llandudno A470 interchange. Turn right at the first roundabout on to the A470, staying on this over 4 roundabouts staying on the A470. Follow signs for the Railway station and continue along this road through traffic lights to the end of the road. chapel street is immediately ahead to the right of the chip shop. Glascoed is the second guest House on the left hand side.
A55 Coastal road
Leave the A55 at the A470 interchange and follow the road over 4 roundabouts to the traffic lights next to the Fire Station. Stay in the left hand lane and bear left at the split in the road, proceeding past the railway station and through the traffic lights until you get to the end of the road facing the chip shop. Proceed straight across the staggard junction in to Chapel street. Glascoed is the second guest House on the left hand side.
Take train to Llandudno station. on exit from the platform follow the road to your left and proceed straight across the traffic light controlled junction and pass the Cross Key pub to the chip shop at the end. Chapel Street is the road adjacent and to the right of the chip shop. Glascoed is the second Guest House on the left hand side of chapel street.