Llandudno is known for its beautiful North Shore Beach and 19th Century pier, with shops and a games arcade.  Northwest of town, the cliffs of Great Orme headland jut into the sea.  Ancient tunnels lead to a cavern at Great Orme Mines.  A 1902 tramway has an upper and lower section, and travels to the headland’s summit.  To the east, the smaller leadland Little Orme is a nature reserve.



18th – 25th July 2021 7 nights £489pp
5th – 12th September 2021 7 nights £489pp
21st – 25th November 2021 4 nights £299pp
Half board.  No single supplement on allocated singles.
Evans Hotel

A very warm welcome awaits at the family run Evans Hotel.  Ideally located in a quiet spot, only a short walk to the beach and the towns attractions.  All bedrooms are fully en-suite with satellite TV, tea/coffee making facilities and central heating.  A lift serves all floors and entertainment is provided.


4 Nights –  Full day excursion touring the delightful National Park of Snowdonia.  Half day excursion to Conwy with its impressive castle.
7 Nights – Full day excursion to the beautiful walled city of Chester.  Full day touring the delightful National Park of Snowdonia.  Full day to Caernarfon and Porthmadog, returning via more stunning scenery of Snowdonia.


Criccieth is situated in Cardigan Bay on the south coast of the Llyn Peninsula, where the edge of Snowdonia National Park meets the sea.  Criccieth has two Blue Flag Beaches which are separated by the imposing headland fortress.   The resort is full of Victorian character and awash with floral colour all year round due to its temperate climate.  Numerous restaurants many with dreamy views across Cardigan Bay, make Criccieth the perfect spot for exploring Snowdonia’s mountains and the Llyn Peninsula both designated areas of outstanding natural beauty, and making the most of the fantastic sunsets.
The Lion Hotel
Famed for it’s welcoming atmosphere, care and a genuine desire to offer everything that the visitor requires, the Lion Hotel has 46 en-suite rooms, some within the Castle View Cottages and all with modern facilities.  All are as you would expect from a period building, very different and individual.  They range from antique furnished twin bedded rooms to contemporary suites.  All bedrooms have central heating, flat screen tv’s, tea & coffee making facilities, direct dial telephones and a hairdryer.  Every en-suite has a shower (many also have a bath), WC, hand basin, shaver point and toiletries.  The hotel offers regular live entertainment and quiz nights and the lift in the main building serves all but 3 rooms.
Excursions include:-

4 nights  – Full day to Caernarfon and scenic drive through the Snowdonia Nation Park.  Half day along the coast to Pwllheli.


A new destination for Jay & Kay, Caernarfon is an historical city wedged between the gleaming Menai Strait and Snowdonia’s deep purple hills.  Caernarfon’s main claim to fame is its magnificent castle, one of the finest and doughtiest of Edward I’s masterpieces.  Given the town’s crucial historical importance, its proximity to Snowdonia and its reputation as a centre of Welsh culture, it’s a fantastic destination for a wonderful holiday.  It has an air of elegant charm and there’s a tangible sense of history in the streets around the castle, especially Palace Street, Castle Square and Hole in the Wall Street.  Within the cobbled lanes of the old walled town are some fine Georgian buildings, and the recently regenerated waterfront is a great place to relax and grab a bite to eat.
The Celtic Royal Hotel
The Celtic Royal is a historical hotel located within walking distance of Caernarfon’s walled town and castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site, between Snowdonia’s mountains and the sea.  Formerly known as the Uxbridge Arms Hotel, the name was changed to the Royal Celtic in honour of Queen Victoria, who stayed with her mother in 1832.  This lovely hotel has spacious, comfortable bedrooms of a contemporary theme to contrast this historical style of the building.  A beautiful indoor pool is accompanied by a Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and air conditioned gym.



4 nights –

Day 1 – We make our way to North Wales with comfort stops en-route.

Day 2 – A free day to enjoy the beautiful town of Caernarfon and the awesome castle.

Day 3 – A delightful day starts after breakfast.  Firstly we drive to the lovely harbour town of Porthmadog. After time here we drive the impressive scenic journey to Blaenau Ffestiniog.  From here we traverse through the Snowdonia National Park via Betws-y-coed to Llanberis, before returning to the hotel.  A stunningly scenic day out.

Day 4 – After breakfast, we cross the Menai Strait onto the Isle of Anglesey, and our first port of call is Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, where you see the famous long name at the railway station.  After a short time here we visit Beaumaris, another Welsh town with a magnificent castle.

Day 5 – After a lovely break, sadly we head home with comfort stops en-route.

6 nights as 4 nights except:-

Day 3 – A delightful day starts after breakfast.  Firstly we drive to the lovely harbour town of Porthmadog. After time here we board the steam train for the impressive journey to Blaenau Ffestiniog.  We re-board our coach here for a drive through the Snowdonia National Park via Betws-y-coed to Llanberis, before returning to the hotel.  A stunning scenic day out.

Day 4 – As above.

Day 5 – A free day at leisure.

Day 6 – Today, after breakfast we drive to the Llyn Peninsula to visit the charming seaside resorts of Criccieth and Pwllheli.

Day 7 – After a lovely holiday, sadly we head home with comfort stops en-route.