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All reviews flat walk lovely walk sea front plenty of seats paddling pool full length watch the world evening stroll sea air sandy beach long walk all ages ice cream fresh air alice in wonderland lovely place sunny day
Came here on a trip through Wales and stopped on the front. Parking was not very easy even on a blowy pre spring day, but once a space was found the charge was not too astronomical. About 2 pounds for 4 hours.
The actual promenade...More
Great walk along the promenade, very flat and wide and great for children and adults alike, loved being right by the sea. Only reason for loss of one rating is it needs a little tlc but would recommend and use again.
We hadn't visited a Welsh seaside resort for several years but we're very impressed with Llandudno and particularly the pier. Beautifully looked after and clean and tidy we look forward to visiting the town again.
Llandudno prom, its a proper seaside prom that goes on and on.
Very busy in the summer with a traditional punch and judy show, boats trips and often live music.
Wheelchair access onto prom is great, plenty of ramps to allow access. Bear in mind...More
The promenade is long and wide and traffic free thus great for walking and for young children on their bikes. A cafe on the craig y don end and the pier the other
end. They sometimes have events on the bandstand area and punch and...More
Response from sourishc2017 | Reviewed this property |
At 2,295 feet (700 m), the pier is the longest in Wales and the fifth longest in England and Wales. And if you calculate it will be approx 1.4klm up and down togethet.The pier is very unusual in that it has two entrances... More
At 2,295 feet (700 m), the pier is the longest in Wales and the fifth longest in England and Wales. And if you calculate it will be approx 1.4klm up and down togethet.The pier is very unusual in that it has two entrances, one on the promenade at North Parade and the other, the original entrance, on Happy Valley Road, between the two entrances is the Grand Hotel.At the end of the pier is a deep-water landing stage.The Llandudno Promenade is a walk along the seaside, excellent for spending some time in the open air and in tranquility. The area during weekends and public holidays is filled with activities for everybody like small concerts or water sports. Over all i would say if you are with the right company this distance you will hate to miss. Cheers. Hope u enjoy the walk !!