LLAWN takes place across the World Heritage seaside town LLANDUDNO from the 13-15 September.We’ll be putting fun stuff in every interesting nook and cranny we can find, but all within walking distance!
If you want to map out your visit to LLAWN, go to the What’s On section where you’ll find timings and locations.
Please note: Car travel along A55 may experience severe delays between Colwyn Bay and Llanddulas
Llandudno is super-accessible – there’s fast, easy road and rail from most parts of the UK.
By car. The A55 coastal ‘Expressway’ links in seamlessly with the motorway network from the North West. From the Midlands and South of England use the M6, M5 and M1. For a scenic route from the Midlands take the A5 via Shrewsbury and Llangollen.
Latest traffic news: www.traffic-wales.com
By rail. Direct train services run to our popular North Wales coastal destinations from most parts of Britain. Virgin Trains, for example, operate a direct London Euston to Llandudno Junction service. Along the coast there are stations at Pensarn, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, Penmaenmawr and Llanfairfechan. Inland, the Conwy Valley line runs from Llandudno to Betws-y-Coed and beyond.
For overseas visitors, a BritRail Pass provides inexpensive travel throughout the UK (it must be purchased before leaving your home country).
By coach. The National Express network covers travel from most UK towns, stopping at Llandudno and other coastal destinations in North Wales.
There’s accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets in Llandudno. From friendly seafront hotels to luxury country houses, boutique accommodation to great-value bed and breakfasts, well-equipped caravan parks to self-catering apartments.