Llandudno & Portmeirion & North Wales Adventure

Ambassador Hotel

Departure Date:

No. of Days:

5 days

£299.00 pp

Seafront hotel; Entry into fabulous Portmeirion!

Llandudno is without doubt the ‘Queen of Welsh Resorts’ with its long, crescent-shaped promenade and sweeping sands making it a perfect holiday destination. Our family owned hotel is set in a great location offering wonderful sea views and even has its own patisserie! A fabulous array of excursions sees us explore the awe-inspiring Snowdonia & Portmeirion and we also visit ancient Conwy and beautiful Beaumaris.

Ambassador Hotel

The Ambassador is renowned by many regular returning guests for its comfort, service and friendliness. The hotel is set in a great location offering wonderful sea views and is owned and run by the Williams family who have been in charge for 3 generations. The hotel has a restaurant, bar and even its own patisserie whilst all of its bedrooms are served by a lift and offer all of the usual amenities you would expect.

Day 1

After joining the coach at one of our local pick up points, head north through stunning Welsh scenery to the beautiful coastal resport of Llandudno. There will be convenient coffee/lunch stops en route and we expect to arrive at the lovely Ambassador Hotel in the late afternoon. Check in, unpack and unwind before dinner. Maybe a stroll along the sweeping prom would be good to blow the travel cobwebs away, alternatively there is always the hotel bar or numerous pubs to try out! Ypu'll certainly have worked up an appetite for dinner this evening...

Days 2-4

Enjoy hearty traditional Welsh breakfasts every day along with some free time to explore this lovely resort on your own. Our INCLUDED excursions, though, are a real highlight so make sure you don't miss out on any of them - Snowdonia National Park, Portmeiron, Porthmadog, Beaumaris and Conway. Whatever you're up to during the day, you can always look forward to tasty evening meals in the hotel along with some great entertainment to relax and maybe even sing along to? 

Day 5

After a last breakfast it is sadly time to make our way home. After stopping for a coffee/lunch break, we continue homewards.

Snowdonia National Park

The Snowdonia National Park boasts vast areas of natural beauty and unique scenery. It is known as Eryri by Welsh a name that can be translated as “the place of the eagles”. The park which covers 838 square miles is one of the three natural parks found in Wales and the oldest one being designated as one in 1951.

Portmeirion and Porthmadog

Clough Williams-Ellis built Portmeirion from 1925 to 1975 on a peninsula off the coast of Snowdonia, to show how “the development of a naturally beautiful site need not lead to its defilement”. He fought for “Beauty - that strange necessity”. The gardens in and around the Italianate village of Portmeirion have been cultivated since Victorian times. Porthmadog, a harbour town situated on the Glaslyn Estuary, is rich in maritime history and has a number of craft shops, tea-rooms and restaurants.

Conwy & Beaumaris

Conwy is a true one-off. Well-preserved ancient walls, the most intact in Europe, enclose a town of narrow cobbled streets, nooks and crannies chock-full of historic buildings. And that’s just the half of it. The walls radiate out from a gritty, dark-stoned castle that, even after all these years, still preserves an authentic medieval atmosphere – and still has the power to dominate and intimidate. Conwy Castle, a World Heritage Site, was a key part of the ‘iron ring’ of fortresses built around Snowdonia in the 13th century by Edward I to contain the Welsh.

Beaumaris is a captivating seaside town on the island of Anglesey, featuring a mix of medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture. Its name is based on the Norman ‘beau marais’, meaning ‘fair marsh’, a description of the site chosen by Edward 1 for the last of his ‘Iron ring’ of castles, constructed in his bid to control the Welsh. The charming streets with their picturesque cottages, many painted in soft pastel colours. Beaumaris Castle is a United Nations World Heritage site andalso not to be missed.

  • Reserved coach seating throughout
  • 4 nights' dinner, bed & breakfast
  • Regular evening entertainment
  • Excursions include Snowdonia National Park, Portmeirion, Porthmadog, Conwy & Beaumaris

This tour picks up at the following points:

  • Bridgend
  • Bristol Aztec West
  • Cardiff Central
  • Cardiff Gate
  • Cardiff West
  • Gorseinon
  • Llanelli
  • Magor
  • Morriston
  • Neath
  • Newport
  • Port Talbot
  • Pyle
  • Sarn
  • Skewen
  • Swansea Central
  • Swansea West

Don't see your pickup? Don't worry, we have a great fixed rate transfer with Premier Taxi's . Check out the details here.

Find out more about our pickups on our pickup list page here.


Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing. Single rooms may carry a supplement. You will find what rooms and prices are available in the booking process.


Holiday bookings are subject to our Terms & Conditions which you must be familiar with prior to booking. We recommend Travel Insurance for this holiday. If you do not already have cover, please contact us.

Please be aware that coach trips can include lengthy periods of travel and always require some degree of walking. There are steps onto the coach and some hotels/venues will have steps.


£60 Single room supplement - Prices shown are per person based on two people sharing a standard room.

Other Dates

Departure Date: Monday 02 Sep 2019
Duration: 5 Days

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