Ham Bone Food Hall & Brasserie
Llandudno's iconic 2-mile promenade is one of its distinctive sights. It was here that Queen Victoria herself watched Professor Codman’s...
Llandudno Land Train
During the school holidays this colourful trackless 'train' runs a regular shuttle from the pier to the West Shore and back. All up,...
Departs from the pier for a hop-on/hop-off double-decker bus tour of Llandudno and Conwy, with pre-recorded commentary. Tickets are...
St John’s Methodist Church
Built in 1866, this church hosts a summer season of performances (8pm, May to October) with choirs on Tuesday and Thursday and brass...
Popular with locals for celebration meals, this cosy family run cellar restaurant serves a hearty selection of British, French and...
3 Lloyd St · interesting places nearby
Ham Bone Food Hall & Brasserie information
The best deli-cafe in Llandudno serves a huge range of freshly made sandwiches, perfect for a picnic on the Promenade. Breakfast is served until 11.30am, or come in at lunchtime for burgers, fishcakes, steak-and-ale pies, huge pizzas and an ever-changing selection of specials. From July to September it stays open until 9pm Thursday to Saturday.