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All reviews ice cream donuts children's rides amusement arcade stalls selling slot machines nice walk candy floss grand hotel out of season plenty of seats all ages long walk watch the world sunny day well worth a visit sea front
This Grade 2 listed Victorian pier is the longest in Wales. It has 2 entrances. The original entrance is via Happy Valley Road which was closed off when we visited yesterday (Wednesday). The other entrance off the main Prom was open so we were able...More
Strolled down the pier on a cold day it's old fashioned but worth the walk, the only downside was the fact I feel I was ripped off in the cafe at end of pier we bought, two teas a scone and a small pack of...More
Loved walking along here on a winters day. However not many of the concessions are open in January. A few on shoreside and the cafe, bar & arcade at the far end. Still has great views and lovely Victorian features.
We had a couple of visits to the pier , unfortunately the weather meant not much was open but the cafe at the far end was and they do a good cup of coffee at a reasonable price and the staff are very friendly, the...More
You must walk the pier if you go to llandudno. Plenty of things to see and do. Amusements and children’s rides and plenty of shops too. A variety of places to purchase food and drink. Well worth the effort to walk to the end and...More
Yes you can go fishing. I think that there's a cost. As you get on the pier, have a look around- it will be pretty obvious how to pay. If you don't see any prompts, fish away and plead ignorance if discovered.