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All reviews ice cream donuts children's rides amusement arcade stalls selling nice walk slot machines candy floss grand hotel out of season plenty of seats all ages long walk watch the world sunny day well worth a visit end
A lovely pier to walk along wether it’s winter or summer. There are many little huts along the pier which are little gift shops or eating places there are several play areas and rides for the children and at the end of the pier there...More
Some renovation work was taking place during our visit during a very stormy weekend in March. Old rotting floor boards were being replaced in sections along the pier. It was good to see that some renovation was taking place. However although some of the attractions...More
A great pier with little kiosks, nice and clean with plenty of seating. Beware of the seagulls - we watched one knock an ice cream out of someone's hand and another swooped down and picked it up and few off! It didn't spoil our visit...More
Big family annual get together, walked to the end of the pier. All had a pint to say goodbye, 1 problem we encountered, we couldn't go inside( the weather was very windy & cold) due the the fact we had a very well behaved dog....More
Lovely old pier with various stalls, cafes, toilets, amusement arcade and plenty of seats to watch the world go by.
The ladies toilets are worth a mention. They were nice and clean and obviously well looked after.
Great pier, came here out of season so most things closed but did love walking along it we also went in the arcade and my son loved it! My only negatives are it needs a little tlc and more things to be open because despite...More
Llandudno itself is a beautiful step back to Victorian times, full of narrow streets and imposing buildings. The pier is no exception, it is a rambling structure with a hotel built on to one side of it, almost part of the cliff, and a long...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.