5 Day Coach Holiday

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5 days
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Price Includes:

  • Dinner, bed and breakfast
  • Door to Door service (where stated)
  • Coach travel throughout
  • Excursions as stated
  • Welcome pack

Available Dates

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Departure Date Tour Reference Days Price (from) Seats Hotel Pickup Points Coach Seats Rooms  
Mon 2 Sep, 2019 GWLLWN5 27 5 £319.00 0 White Heather Hotel Call to Book
Wed 16 Oct, 2019 GWLLSN5 9 5 £319.00 10 + Somerset Hotel Book Now
Mon 28 Oct, 2019 GWLLEN5 35 5 £299.00 10 + Evans Hotel Book Now


Llandudno is a delightful coastal town that promises all the fun of a traditional seaside break with promenade Punch & Judy shows and a pleasure pier with games arcades and cafés. Above the town is Great Orme limestone headland and the resort’s tramway takes over 200,000 visitors each year up to this nature reserve to take in stunning vistas. Or perhaps you’d like to hop aboard the cable car to reach the summit? Don’t miss Great Orme Mines – the world’s largest prehistoric copper mine and one of the most astounding archaeological discoveries of recent times. Discover how life was for civilians during World War II at the Home Front Experience, browse exhibits showcasing Llandudno’s history at the local museum or view contemporary art at the Mostyn Gallery. Or make your way to Happy Valley Botanical Gardens where points of interest include a druid stone circle, a bust of Queen Victoria and a camera obscura which dates back to 1860 as well as lovely landscaped gardens. If you’d rather just relax, unwind on the sand dunes at West Shore Beach.

Your Excursions

Caernarfon, Anglesey & Beaumaris

We start today in Caernarfon, home to a famously imposing castle built by King Edward I in the thirteenth century. Later we cross the Menai Bridge to the island of Anglesey where we pause at Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, a village best known for having the longest place name in Europe! We also enjoy free time in the picturesque town of Beaumaris where the highlights include a seventeenth century courthouse and yet another of Edward I’s ambitious buildings, Beaumaris Castle.

Llanberis Lake Railway

All aboard our narrow gauge steam train to relish the timeless charm along with the magnificence of Snowdonia. Our nostalgic journey takes us alongside Lake Padarn, past thirteenth century Dolbadarn Castle and next to the glassy waters of Llanberis’ twin lakes. We proceed through Padarn Country Park, joining the 1845 slate railway route and enjoying breathtaking views of Snowdon. Our vintage steam train stops at Gilfach Ddu, where you can visit the National Slate Museum or spend time at the gift shop and café.

Porthmadog & Betws-y-Coed

Our first treat today is Porthmadog, an enchanting port, rich in maritime history and featuring a range of craft shops as well as a museum telling the story of this handsome harbourside town. We continue to the quaint hamlet of Betws-y-Coed, perfect for a relaxing stroll – perhaps stop at endearing St Mary’s Church.

Evans Hotel - Llandudno

This family run Victorian hotel enjoys a quiet location close to the heart of Llandudno with the promenade a mere four minute walk away. Impressive amenities include two comfortable lounges and a games room with snooker, darts and skittles.

GLENTON customers who rate the hotel either good or excellent:

Location:                                94%
Comfort & cleanliness:        94%
Food:                                       88%
Entertainment:                      66%


White Heather Hotel - Llandudno

Ideally situated for Llandudno’s shopping district, this
elegant seaside hotel has been run by Mark Vernon and
his family for generations. Although there is a lift, some
rooms are accessed by stairs.

GLENTON customers who rate the hotel either good or excellent:

Location:                               93%
Comfort & cleanliness:            94%
Food:                                     91%
Entertainment:                        72%


Somerset Hotel - Llandudno

This recently refurbished and well-located hotel boasts a seafront coffee shop and garden, a guest lounge and a spacious ballroom with a well-stocked bar. The beach is on its doorstep and Llandudno’s town centre is a ten minute stroll along the level promenade.

Door to Door* Service

Door to Door

(where applicable)

For departures from Scotland (Glenton)

Where advertised our door to door service is available to customers living within ten miles of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dunfermline and Hamilton. On our AIR & CRUISE holidays we offer an extended service with a radius of 35 miles from the listed points, for departures from Scottish ports and airports. Please call 08000 24 24 24 to check if you are eligable for our Door to Door service.

For departures from England (Glenton Palmer)

Our much-loved free Door to Door service is available on all Glenton Palmer Select coach tours of four days or longer and many of our AIR & CRUISE holidays. Available to customers living in the collection area. Please click here to view maps of the pick up areas. Please call 01924 895 849 to check if you are eligable for our Door to Door service.


Important information:

A home collection may still be available from outside these areas but a supplement will apply.

Where advertised this free service it may be necessary to share your vehicle with other passengers on your tour. The pick-up will be at the address of the lead name on your booking. Additional pick-ups may be requested at a supplement of £20 per person. You will be driven from your home to a coach pick-up point and, on occasion, you may have to transfer to another vehicle before boarding the coach. Unfortunately, for operational and administrative reasons, Door to Door service may not be available for bookings made within 21 days of departure.

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