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Llandudno has many wonderful walks that can be easily accessed from Lymehurst B & B
NorthWales has a multitude of wonderful walks whether they be in the countryside, in the mountains or along the coastline.
A walk along the beautiful Victorian Promenade at Llandudno will bring you to the the Little Orme. There are several different paths you can take to the summit.
The views back towards Llandudno and the Great Orme are spectacular.
In the other direction there are fine views towards Rhos on Sea. You can continue walking along the coast for many miles.
The coastal foot / cycle path from Llandudno to Conwy can be accessed at West Shore which is about a 10 minute walk, There are fabulous views to Anglesey and Puffin Island. There are two Marinas, one in Deganwy and one in Conwy so there are often sailing boats passing by as you follow the path.
Deganwy has a small station which has wonderful views across to Conwy mountain and Conwy Marina. The photo is taken just before reaching the station signal box.
Having passed Deganwy you start to get some magnificent views of Conwy Castle and walled town. Soon you will be crossing the bridge into Conwy and it's many places of interest. After a look round or tackling Conwy Mountain there is always the possibility of catching a bus back to Llandudno should you want to
We want to share in picture form some of our local favourite walks in and around Llandudno that actually start from Lymehurst's front door.
After your walk, return and relax at Lymehurst Bed & Breakfast in Llandudno