Llandudno Hostel

Family Day Out Category

North Wales is a great destination for a family holiday - with outdoor activities and Natural Beauty galore as well as plenty of indoor attractions for rainy days.

Llandudno Ski Slope & Snowboarding Centre

Britain's longest toboggan run, a scenic PermaSnow ski slope, sno-tubing and alpine crazy golf are all just around the corner from the hostel. Located on the Great Orme with views to the Irish Sea. A great day out for all the family. 

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Llandudno West Shore Beach

Llandudno's West Shore Beach is the perfect beach for the whole family to enjoy. There is a cafe, public toilets, a play park and a large grassy area to picnic on as well as a beautiful sandy beach with spectacular views towards the Conwy Bay. Situated at the foot of the Great Orme it is a great place to explore the Orme from by foot as well as being part of the North Wales Coastal Path with walks along the coast to Deganwy, Conwy and beyond.

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Codman's Punch & Judy

The Punch and Judy show has been a Llandudno tradition for over 150 years. Situated on the promenade next to the pier, there are daily shows at weekends and during school holidays from Easter to September. Performance times are at 2pm, 4pm and also noon during the height of the season - weather dependent!

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Alice In Wonderland Trail

Follow the white rabbit as he leads you around Llandudno with 55 bronze-cast rabbit footprints - through the busy shopping area, onto the promenade and up into Happy Valley on the Great Orme as well as the West Shore, this trail is a great way of exploring Llandudno. Download the app or visit the Tourist Information centre for details.

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Happy Valley Botanical Garden

Happy Valley is an area at the foot of the Great Orme that was made into a public park in the 19th Century, with magnificent views out over the bay, gardens and green space to enjoy, a colonnaded walk and a Camera Obscura which was built in 1859 and recently restored. 

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Great Orme Tramway

Travel back in time when you take the Great Orme Tramway from Llandudno town to the Orme's summit -  a piece of engineering history still in operation after over 100 years.

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Bodafon Farm Park

Bodafon Farm Park is a great place for all the family. Children are able to see and pet farm animals, ride on a pony or a tractor and play in the adventure playground. Adults will enjoy the bar and restaurant, including barbecues and live music nights. Open every day all year round 10am - 6pm (Bookings only after 6pm).

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Conwy

Both adults and children will enjoy a day in Conwy - a medieval walled town with a castle and town walls to explore. Enjoy an ice cream on the prom, visit the Smallest House in Great Britain and even take a boat trip from the harbour. 

Conwy is a busy little town in all seasons with festivals like The Honey Fair, The Celtic Fayre, music festivals, food festivals, a Medieval festival and even a Pirate Weekend so it's worth checking out what's on when planning your trip.

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Peabody's Play Area & Trampolines

Peabody's is a great place to take the kids to let off some steam. Situated on the pier above the waves, there is a bouncy castle and giant astra slide. (£3 entry fee to these but once in stay as long as you want) as well as trampolines and swing boats (£2). Open daily 11am - 5pm Spring Bank Holiday until the end of September as well as weekends throughout April, May and October.

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Welsh Mountain Zoo

The Welsh Mountain Zoo is one of the best family days out in the area and has been running for over 50 years. Highly-acclaimed and conservation-minded this zoo is situated on a hilltop with views to the Irish Sea and is a haven for exotic wildlife as well as local wildlife. Just a 20 minute drive away, this zoo is definitely worth a visit!

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Great Orme Family Golf

A 9 hole Pitch & Putt Gold course for families, beginners and more advanced golfers. All day play for adults £5 and £3 for children. Open daily April - October 10am - 7pm.

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RSPB Bird Reserve, Conwy

The RSPB Bird Reserve is a place for nature lovers to be inspired, learn about the local environment, go for a walk, birdwatch or have a cup of coffee gazing out at the beautiful scenery of the Conwy Valley. Events, workshops and educational activities are held at different times throughout the year. Open 7 days a week 10am - 5pm.

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Newborough, Anglesey

Newborough boasts a stunning expanse of beach, sand dunes, forest and Nature Reserve with mesmerising views towards Snowdonia. A wonderful place for the whole family to explore, build a sandcastle, enjoy a picnic and go for a swim on a sunny day. Walk along the beach to Llanddwyn Island, also known as the 'Island of Love', where you will find the ruined church of St. Dwynwen, the Welsh patron saint of lovers.  

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Zip World Fforest

Zip World Fforest is another epic member of the Zip World family located near Betws-y-Coed in the heart of Snowdonia. At Zip World Fforest there are zip lines, tree top nets, a parachute simulator, a giant swing and a tree trail - fun for the whole family from the age of 3 up.

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Bounce Below

Zip World's Bounce Below is an underground playground for both adults and children. A unique and adventure-filled experience - bouncing and rolling around on giant nets in massive caverns once home to a Victorian mine. 

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Beacon Climbing Centre

The Beacon Climbing centre offers climbing for experienced climbers, beginners and fun for the whole family, including high roped walls, bouldering and the Crazy Climb challenge. 

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Greenwood Forest Park

Greenwood Forest park is a place where you will re-discover the simple joys of nature and life. With its adventure playground, 'jungle boats' and 'moonkarts', archery, den building area, people powered rollercoaster as well as a whole host of shows and other activities at different times of the year, Greenwood Park has been voted the best family day out in North Wales 

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Pili Palas Nature World, Anglesey

Pili Palas Nature World is a butterfly house and also has a birdhouse, 'bug-zone', 'lizard land' and meerkats as well as an adventure playground and playzone. 

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SeaQuarium, Rhyl

Come to the Rhyl Seaquarium to see seals and other sea creatures as well as daily shows. Fun for all the family - even on a rainy day! 

Open 10am - 4pm all year except for Christmas and Boxing Day.

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Donkeys

Donkey Rides have been a popular beach attraction since the Victorian times and run throughout the summer season on the North Shore, weather depending.

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Bonkerz Fun Centre

Indoor soft play centre for toddlers, children and their fun-loving parents. Toddler zone, mirror maze, astro turf sports zone, air cannons, giant slides and a cafe for refreshments. Open 7 days a week 10am - 6pm and from 9:30am midweek during term time. 

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Zip World Velocity

Zip World Velocity - located in Bethesda Penrhyn Quarry - is the fastest zip line in the world and the longest in Europe!


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