Places to visit

Explore North Wales from The Four Oaks Hotel

The Four Oaks Hotel is an ideal base for exploring Llandudno and North Wales. You will find the majestic North Wales Countryside, bustling towns and quaint villages on your doorstep at the Four Oaks. Llandudno is close to the M6 and has fantastic rail and transport links allowing you to soak up all that North Wales has to offer.

Venue Cymru

Venue Cymru is the premier conference and theatre centre in North Wales. Our Hotel is just a 2 minute walk from Venue Cymru. The Four Oaks is an ideal location if you have a business conference or have come to see a show or play at the Theatre.

The Great Orme

Located at the Northern end of Llandudno lies the Great Orme, a large limestone Headland which attracts thousands of visitors every year. Visitors can explore the Great Orme Copper mines; take a trip on the Victorian tram or the cable car. All of which offer spectacular views over the Irish Sea, Isle of Anglesey, and surrounding local landmarks.

The Great Orme Tramway

The Great Orme Tramway opened in 1902 and is the only cable hauled tramway still operating in the UK, and just one of three throughout the world.  The tram will take you to the Great Orme Summit.  The outstanding views over the Irish Sea, Llandudno and the surrounding areas are truly beautiful.

North Shore

The North Shore offers a host of Victorian Hotels that stretch along the coast offering stunning views over the Irish Sea.  Many of these hotels were built between 1850 – 1875. The promenade stretches between the Little and Great Orme and is the ideal spot for a nice relaxing stroll along the promenade.

Bodnant Gardens

Bodnant Gardens is just a 15-minute drive from Llandudno. It offers 80 acres of gardens set in picturesque North Wales countryside above the river Conwy. The Gardens consist of two parts.  The Upper gardens terraced, with the lower containing the wild gardens. These truly are one of the most beautiful gardens in the UK.

West Shore

The West Shore is a lot quieter than the North Shore.  It is very popular with windsurfers and kite surfers. It offers a sandy shoreline backed by dunes with views of Puffin Island and the Isle of Anglesey. There is also a children’s play area, picnic areas and a beach front café

Snowdonia National Park

The Snowdonia National Park covers an area of 823 square miles of diverse landscape. It is the largest National Park in Wales; it boasts the largest Mountain as well as the largest natural lake in Wales.  It also offers picturesque villages, and tourist attractions including Swallow Falls and Gwydir Forest. Snowdonia National Park is a 40-minute drive from Llandudno.