A site where the most fashionable Victorians once promenaded to the accompaniment of Jules Rivière's orchestra, Llandudno Pier is still frequently used as a set for period pieces. The pier has two entrances, the North Parade and the original entrance off Happy Valley Road. These entrances are split by the Grand Hotel, which looks out over the water and the pier. A stroll down the pier will reward you with views and a look at the exquisitely crafted ironwork balustrade. Stalls with shops and snacks line the pier, and occasionally a historic ship docks at the end. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Llandudno holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Llandudno Pier and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Llandudno Pier reviews
A very long pier with lots of small stalls along it, great view out to sea and inland up to Happy Valley Park. When we went the sun was shining and it was very busy.
A very long pier with lots of small stalls along it, great view out to sea and inland up to Happy Valley Park. When we went the sun was shining and it was very busy. more »
I love piers and long May they reign! This is our heritage we need to preserve! Great selection of things to do for young and old! Fair rides for children, big wheel, coffees, food and we loved the...
I love piers and long May they reign! This is our heritage we need to preserve! Great selection of things to do for young and old! Fair rides for children, big wheel, coffees, food and we loved the... more »
Its great having a walk down the pier. Kids and adults love it. View is incredible! Fresh fish and chips, warm doughnuts, burgers and ice cream with all be tempting as you walk along. Rides for younger kids are available and hook a duck for some fun. There's also nice gift shops along the way and a nice traditional rock and souvenir shop. Definitely a must if you are in Llandudno.
I just loved the whole surrounding area to the pier. It's so beautiful and breathtaking. I definitely wanted to settle down there. It's a must visit for North Wales. There were hotels surrounding the promenade, it would be wonderful to stay there. The city is worth spending more days. There was a small sandy beach area for children to play but unfortunately dogs weren't allowed. The pier is a nice walk with gift shops and game at arcades.
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