How to find us
We are easy to reach by fast and frequent services from most parts of Britain. Virgin Trains operates a direct London Euston to Llandudno service. And there’s a regular connecting service between Llandudno Junction (mainline stop on the Holyhead to London Euston line) and Llandudno town centre station. Along the coast, there are also stations at: Pensarn, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, Penmaenmawr, and Llanfairfechan.
For further information visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
Travel inland on the Conwy Valley line. It runs from Llandudno through Snowdonia to Betws-y-Coed and Blaenau Ffestiniog. For further information visit www.conwyvalleyrailway.co.uk
For transfer information visit www.traintaxi.co.uk
If you’re visiting from overseas, a ‘BritRail Pass’ is an inexpensive way for you to travel throughout UK. It’s available to non-UK residents only and must be purchased before leaving your home country. For further information visit www.britrail.com
From the North West use the M56 and A55 expressway. From the Midlands and the South of England use the M6, M5 and M1. For a scenic route from the Midlands take the A5 via Shrewsbury and Llangollen. For useful information on planning your journey by car to Conwy
Travel distance calculator: www.theaa.com
Latest traffic news: www.traffic-wales.com
The National Express coach network stops at Llandudno and other coastal towns. For further information visit www.gobycoach.com
We’re easy to get to from Manchester and Liverpool airports. With direct transfers by road, coach and train. For further information visit www.manchesterairport.co.uk or www.liverpooljohnlennonairport.com
Did you know?
A large and beautiful pearl found in a Conwy mussel in the 17th century is part of the Crown Jewels.
The Romans loved to take the waters at Trefriw, in the Conwy Valley.
The tomb of Nicholas Hakes in St. Mary's Church, Conwy, inspired William Wordsworth to write the poem "We are Seven".