Guide to awards
Walkers and Cyclists Welcome
Walking and cycling enthusiasts should look out for this sign, which includes the ‘boot’ and ‘wheel’ symbols. Some properties qualify for both symbols, others just the one. The symbols are displayed by properties that have undertaken to provide features which walkers and cyclists always find welcome. They include drying facilities for wet clothes and boots, secure lockable areas for bikes, adequate storage space for rucksacks and packed lunches.
|AA rosette for food award|
Visit Wales Gold Award
Look out for that extra special property that has been awarded the Visit Wales' Gold Award given for exceptional standards of hospitality, comfort and food in serviced accommodation.
|Visit Wales Gold Award|
Llandudno Hospitality Association Member
|Llandudno Hospitality Association Member|
Did you know?
In 1170, Prince Madoc set sail from what is now Rhos-on-Sea Golf Club and is believed to have landed in America. That's 312 years before Columbus!
Rhos-on-Sea has the only traditional marionette theatre in Britain. The Harlequin Puppet Theatre holds daily performances during all main school holidays.
James Bond was born in Colwyn Bay. At least, actor Timothy Dalton was. He played 007 in The Living Daylights and Licence To Kill.