The Somerset Hotel is located in North Wales' premier seaside resort the stunning, Victorian town of Llandudno. The town itself plays host to a myriad of tourist attractions, shops, restaurants and pubs. Llandudno is ideally located for activities and attractions further afield with easy access to the A55 expressway linking Holyhead with North West England. This page has been created as a guide to our fantastic surroundings and what is on offer during your stay at this picturesque town.
One of the most iconic parts of Llanduno is its sweeping promenade on the north shore, it leads to the famous Victorian pier and Great Orme on one side and to the "Little Orme" and Penrhynside on the other. The promenade is the ideal location for late night walks, early morning runs or gentle strolls. Dogs can join you on your walks, providing they remain on leads.
Walking along the promenade will lead you to the Victorian Pier which is famed as one of the longest publicly accessible piers in the country. The pier offers a variety of amusements and attractions from stunning views of the coast and Llandudno to fishing from the end. The pier is at the base of Llandudno's headland, Great Orme's Head.
The Great Orme is most famed for the only remaining cable hauled tramway in Great Britain. The tram takes it's passengers from the base of the Orme to it's summit offering unparalleled views along the way. The tram is operated during the summer months. Upon reaching the summit, visitors are presented with magnificent views looking over, Anglesey, The Conwy Valley and the North Wales Coast. On clear days, it is possible to see as far as Liverpool. A cafe, bar and play area is also on the summit as well as a station for the Great Orme Cable cars.
Conwy is an idyllic town set within the mighty walls of Conwy Castle. The town offers a prime selection of attractions and local shops, the most obvious of which is the tour of Conwy Castle and walking around it's magnificent walls. Conwy also boast the worlds smallest house which can be visited all year round. Conwy also has a very proud fishing heritage and opportunities to visit the Conwy Mussel museum should not be missed.
Snowdonia National park is just a short trip away and boasts some of the most fantastic scenery and attractions in the UK. The most prominent of these attractions is Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales and only second to Scotland's famous Ben Nevis. Snowdon offers a newly built summit complex, which offers food and drink as well as historical and geographical facts to visitors. There are multiple ways to climb the mountain from daring climbs to hopping aboard the Snowdon Mountain Railway.
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