If you’re planning to visit Llandudno in the autumn, you may have some concerns about the weather and how that could affect your trip. While we recommend visiting during the winter months, there are plenty of attractions and activities to do in Llandudno during autumn and winter so you can still enjoy your trip. And if it does happen to rain, there are plenty of cosy pubs and restaurants in town so you don’t need to worry about staying at your llandudno hotels all day!
Llandudno is a coastal town in north Wales, famous for its Victorian pier, sandy beach, and the Great Orme. It’s also a great destination at any time of year – but it’s especially beautiful during winter or autumn. In this blog post, we’ll take you on a tour of some of our favourite things to do in Llandudno at these times!
Llandudno has a wealth of dining options to suit all tastes. Whether you’re looking for a family meal out or a romantic dinner, you’ll find it in town.
Whisky tasting at Penderyn
Penderyn Distillery has recently opened its Llandudno Establishment which is located on Lloyd Street. Once you find this place you’ll be able to enjoy a whisky tasting, or even purchase a bottle of Penderyn Single Malt Scotch Whisky. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the company while enjoying some drinks.
The Great Orme
Witness miles and miles of unmarred coastline on the limestone headland. The Great Orme is a headland of natural beauty jutting into the Irish sea. It’s a place where you can stroll along the shore, explore one of its many caves or simply watch the waves breaking on its rugged coastline.
RSPB Conwy bird reserve, any time in the year to check out the wild.
Llandudno has a variety of wildlife to explore year-round. At angel bay and the Great Orme, seals often bask on rocks at the shoreline. The RSPB Conwy bird reserve is also open to visitors all year round – it’s a great place to go in any season to see a range of birds from sandpipers to snow buntings. In autumn, you can enjoy spotting migrating birds in the RSPB Conwy and elsewhere.
Llandudno is a great place to visit in the cold and wet months of winter and autumn. The Victorian aesthetic is stunning and the location on the coast of the Irish sea ensures that the views are always pleasant.
Llandudno is the perfect place to visit at any time of year, but if you are looking for a new adventure then there are plenty of things to do in this seaside town. Whether you want to take a trip on one or relax at one of the many scenic locations or enjoy some outdoor pursuits, there is something here that will suit everyone.