The Sunnyside, Llandudno




2 - 4 Llewelyn Avenue

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LL30 2ER

There is always something to do in and around Llandudno for all of the family. 

Llandudno Ski Slope and Snowboard Centre 

With the longest toboggan run in Britain and a scenic PermaSnow ski slope. Offering skiingsnowboarding, toboggan & sno-tubing with a fully licensed Alpine Lodge Bar & Restaurant.

Contact them on 01492 874 70701492 874 707 email website www.

LLandudno Ski Slope and Surfboard Centre

Llandudno Pier 

Llandudno Pier was designed by Brunlees and McKerrow. Taking 2 years to construct, building commenced in 1876 and the Pier was completed in 1878. The Pier is known for it splendid Victorian and Edwardian elegance.

The Pier Pavilion was famous for its musical concerts and was the venue at which the world famous conductor, the late Sir Malcolm Sergeant first appeared (1926/1927 Seasons). In later years such household names as George Fornby, Ted Ray, Semprini. Petula Clark, Arthur Askey, Bryan Johnson, Bill Maynard (“Greengrass” in Heartbeat), Jimmy Edwards, Russ Conway, the Beverley Sisters, and Cliff Richard all appeared at the Pier Pavilion. In 1994 Pier Pavilion was ravaged by fire, leaving just the ornate wrought iron supports standing.

With a wide collection of cafes, bars, shops and arcades, its a great place to visit.

Contact them on 01492 876 25801492 876 258  Email – website



In a nutshell. Award-winners all along the coast.

Our beaches have bagged quite a few beachy ‘Oscars’.

Seaside Award

This Award identifies resort and rural beaches that are well-managed with excellent standards of cleanliness and water quality. The beaches are: Llandudno North Shore, Llandudno West Shore, Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr, Colwyn Bay/Rhos-on-Sea, and Pensarn (resort); Old Colwyn (to the east of Colwyn Bay) and Sandy Cove, Kinmel Bay (rural).

Punch and Judy

Deckchairs and donkeys, Punch & Judy and The Pier, those were the essentials of the British seaside holiday for several decades. Starting in Victorian times as health resorts for the rich the seaside towns had, by the nineteen thirties, become the annual playground for the working man and his family. The piers, originally built for elegant promenading whilst imbibing ozone, gradually acquired entertainment ranging from the mildly naughty "What the Butler Saw" peep show machines to the Brass Band Concert and the end of the pier Pierrot Show. And of course there was Punch and Judy.


The Great Orme

The Great Orme is a place of infinite mystery and the cause of much speculation amongst historians and archaeologists who come to study the area. Even those who know the old rock well, are intrigued by her shadowy beginnings and long to discover her ancient secrets