AA Hotel of the Year for Wales 2015/16 in North Wales overlooking the beautiful Bay of Llandudno
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Ever wondered what it would be like staying at St George's Hotel in Llandudno? This video hopes to tell the story of the arrival, checking in, walking into your bedroom and all the lovely things to experience whilst staying in the hotel from enjoying a sumptuous Afternoon Tea in the lounge, Champagne on the balcony and of course a delicious meal in the Terrace Restaurant.
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Llandudno, Wales. C.E.A. Conference 1952 - Cinema Exhibitors Association GV. Llandudno. LV. Train arriving at Llandudno Railway Station. Three men wait on the platform. LV. A.B. Pathe mobile cinema van in station. SV. Derrick De Marney (Film Director) stepping from train, greeted by Euan Lloyd (Publicity Manager, of Associated British-Pathe Ltd.). Jane Hylton (British Film Star) descends from train Lloyd kisses her. Linda Gray alights from train. Lloyd shakes hands with her. SV. Derrick De Marney, Jane Hylton and Harry Fowler (British Film Star). SV. Councillor Morrison, well-known exhibitor from Newcastle-on-Tyne, arriving at station. He is greeted by an unidentified man. GV. Llandudno Pier from the Great Ormes Head. Conference delegates walking on the Pier. CU. Name "Grand Hotel". MS Councillor B. T. Davis of Birmingham standing by car. GV. Llandudno Front and Hotels. SV. Imperial Hotel. SV. Man and woman outside Hotel. Man holding tennis racket. Group of delegates standing on pavement. Chatting in a group outside Imperial are Harry Mears Jnr., Dave Morris, Councillor Harry Mears (President of the CEA) and Ernie Pearl. SV. Ladies - Mrs. Jones of Loughborough, Mrs. Dooner, Mrs. Dent, Mrs. Harris and Mrs Pearl. CU Mrs Jones. Arthur Dent talking to other delegates. Poster advertising the film 'Angels One Five' - starring Jack Hawkins, Michael Denison and Dulcie Gray. R.A.F. 'plane flying low over Bay. Delegates look up at the fly past. SV. planes flying over. CU Cecil Bernstein. CU. Southan Morris. Sv. Pan 'planes flying past. GV Grand Hotel. CU Name plate of hotel. SV. Group drinking in "Harry's Bar" - L. to R. R. Stanley Bell, Tony Wood, Dennis Kester, Mrs. Godfrey and Jerry Wood. SV MacGregor Scott, talking to Llewellyn Edwards, Dudley West and President of the CEA Bill Speakman. SV. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fielder (General Manager of Associated-British Pathe) (left) talking to Harry Adley. Jack Prendergast, Mrs. Adley and Walter Eckhart. CU. Phil Hanmer drinking. More delegates drinking in the bar. FILM ID:16.24 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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That time we joined a fishing charter to sustainably catch lobster. We then headed to the St George Hotel in Llandudno to learn how to prepare a delicious lobster dish.
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County Borough, Wales, located on the Creuddyn peninsula, which protrudes into the Irish Sea. In the 2011 UK census, the community, which includes Penrhyn Bay and Penrhynside, had a population of 20,710 The town's name is derived from its patron saint, Saint Tudno. Llandudno, "Queen of the Welsh Resorts", a title first applied as early as 1864, is now the largest seaside resort in Wales, and lies on a flat isthmus of sand between the Welsh mainland and the Great Orme. Historically a part of Caernarfonshire, Llandudno was formerly in the district of Aberconwy within Gwynedd. The town of Llandudno developed from Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age settlements over many hundreds of years on the slopes of the limestone headland, known to seafarers as the Great Orme and to landsmen as the Creuddyn Peninsula. The origins in recorded history are with the Manor of Gogarth conveyed by King Edward I to Annan, Bishop of Bangor in 1284. The manor comprised three townships, Y Gogarth in the south-west, Y Cyngreawdr in the north (with the parish church of St Tudno) and Yn Wyddfid in the south-east, More Info :https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llandudno
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Llandudno is a seaside resort, town and community in Conwy County Borough, Wales, located on the Creuddyn peninsula. Llandudno, "Queen of the Welsh Resorts", a title first applied as early as 1864, is now the largest seaside resort in Wales, and lies on a flat isthmus of sand between the Welsh mainland and the Great Orme. Historically a part of Caernarfonshire, Llandudno was formerly in the district of Aberconwy within Gwynedd.
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Llandudno nestles between the Great Orme and the Little Orme which coupled with the Gulf Stream gives it it’s unique, mild climate. St Kilda Hotel lies between the two headlands in the very centre of the sweeping Promenade directly opposite the Bandstand. Just 5 minutes from the Shops, 5 minutes from the Pier and Theatre. Because St Kilda is a family-run hotel, you can expect a uniquely warm welcome. A popular event on our calendar with an excellent location and helpful & friendly sta . The bridge room does have a few steps to enter.
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www.globalfilmmakers.com Traditional hospitality, Victorian charm and first class service at The Imperial Hotel offers you a warm welcome to Llandudno, the Queen of Welsh Resorts. The Imperial is an elegant four star hotel, perfectly situated in the heart of the beautiful Llandudno Seafront Promenade with picturesque views across the bay and the impressive Great Orme and Little Orme headlands. Exceptional service, fine dining and a warm and friendly atmosphere is assured at this prestigious hotel, which offers the outstanding AA Rosette Chantrey's Restaurant, a 45' ozone treated Swimming pool and fitness facility. Whether you are on an exploration of Snowdonia, relaxing by the sea or working away, you can enjoy accommodation overlooking the stunning Llandudno bay with easy access to the Llandudno train station only a 5 minute walk away. The perfect venue for a family break, activity holiday or business trip; The Imperial offers a comfortable and luxurious base for your break away.
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The bikers weekend in Llandudno the 1 of September 2018 footage part 1
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Traditional hospitality, Victorian charm and first class service at The Imperial Hotel offers you a warm welcome to Llandudno, the Queen of Welsh Resorts in North Wales. The Imperial is an elegant 4 star hotel, perfectly situated in the heart of the beautiful Llandudno Seafront Promenade with picturesque views across the bay and the impressive Great Orme and Little Orme headlands. Exceptional service, fine dining and a warm and friendly atmosphere is assured at this prestigious hotel, which offers the outstanding AA Rosette Chantrey’s Restaurant, a 45’ UV treated Swimming pool and fitness facility. Whether you are on an exploration of North Wales and Snowdonia, relaxing by the sea or working away, you can enjoy accommodation overlooking the stunning Llandudno bay with easy access to the Llandudno train station only a 5 minute walk away. The perfect venue for a family break, activity holiday or business trip; The Imperial offers a comfortable and luxurious base for your break away. The Imperial Hotel http://www.theimperial.co.uk History of Llandudno: Long before Llandudno became the beautiful thriving town it is today; a mining settlement stood in its place, taking advantage of the rich copper mines on the limestone headland, the Great Orme. In the 1800s Owen Williams, an architect and surveyor saw the village’s potential and sought to develop it into a prosperous holiday resort. The Victorian town’s popularity grew as Williams, the Mostyn family and local business men transformed the once small mining village into the ’Queen of Welsh’ resorts’ appealing to the masses as a seaside escape where people could visit to relax and take a break from everyday life. The late 1800s saw further developments that contribute greatly to the town’s tourism. In 1876 construction of the Pier began, a fantastic feature that all visitors enjoyed, giving them a brand new view of the bay with the mountains of Snowdonia in the background. Then in 1892 the new Llandudno railway station opened; giving guests easier access to the beautiful town from the major cities of Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham. Last but not least, the unveiling of the Great Orme Tramway in 1902 was a great attraction for all; transporting locals and holiday-makers to the top of the headland for the greatest views of the area, another key feature to the already bustling town. The Great Orme, now a nature reserve run by the Conwy County Borough Countryside Service, is home to two hundred feral Kashmir goats, acquired from Queen Victoria. The locals will tell you how the Welsh Guards come here to select their regimental goat to lead the battalion in ceremonial duties. Today people visit the Victorian town to relax in a beautiful part of North Wales, perfect for enjoying the best of the sea, the countryside (with its myriad of castles and golf courses) and the mountains. The Victorian tramway and the promenade feature strongly on the Llandudno must visit list as well as the more modern shops and Venue Cymru, the resort’s Theatre and Conference Centre. The Imperial Hotel, Llandudno, North Wales http://www.theimperial.co.uk Unravel Travel TV http://www.unraveltraveltv.com Unravel Travel TV on You Tube http://www.youtube.com/Unra... Unravel Travel TV Twitter http://www.twitter.com/Unra... Unravel Travel TV Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/un... Unravel Travel TV Website http://www.unraveltravel.eu Unravel Travel TV Snapchat traveltv
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Compare prices: http://hotelvaluecompare.co.uk/hotel/Headlands+Hotel/Llandudno Headlands Hotel hotel city: Llandudno - Country: United Kingdom Address: 10 Hill Terrace; zip code: LL30 2LS Offering a terrace and views of the sea, Headlands Hotel is situated in Llandudno. Free private parking is available on site. Some rooms include a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Extras include free toiletries and a hairdryer. -- Das Headlands Hotel in Llandudno bietet Ihnen eine Terrasse und Meerblick. Die Privatparkplätze an der Unterkunft stehen Ihnen kostenfrei zur Verfügung. -- Headlands Hotel酒店位于兰迪德诺（Llandudno），享有海景，提供露台和内部免费私人停车场。 部分客房设有休息区，可供客人忙碌一天后放松身心。客房额外配有免费洗浴用品和吹风机。Headlands Hotel酒店还提供覆盖各处的免费WiFi。 Headlands Hotel酒店距离兰迪德诺综合医院（Llandudno General Hospital）1. -- Отель Headlands с террасой и видом на море расположен в городе Лландидно. На прилегающей территории обустроена бесплатная частная парковка. --
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The Imperial Hotel is Llandudno's largest quality Four Star hotel, which guarantees Elegance and Excellence. With its impressive Victorian façade, stylish décor and outstanding reputation for food and service, The Imperial is the perfect venue for business and leisure and an ideal base for touring North Wales.
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Lauriston Court is a wonderful seafront Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Llandudno, North Wales. It is conveniently located the Grade II listed pier opposite the promenade offering sea views and is only a stones throw away from the town centre.
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The Bay County Hotel in Llandudno, shot with a DJI Mavic Pro and edited in FCP X. Music Tree of the Perception by AstroPilot
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26 Sunset Villa, Llandudno, South Africa - 5 star hotel 26 Sunset Avenue, 8000 Llandudno, South Africa
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Time Lapse of the Bay of Llandudno in North Wales, taken from the top of St George's Hotel showing storms, sunsets and showers.
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In June I had a day out with my husband and mother-in-law to the lovely town of Llandudno in North Wales. We have visited here many times previously but I have never had the opportunity to record any footage before, so I took full advantage of taking my GoPro and SLR along for the day! I hope you enjoy this video :) Follow me on social media: Instagram: https://instagram.com/shanicethroughthelens Twitter: https://twitter.com/shanice_ttl Blog: https://shanicethroughthelens.wordpress.com (Music provided by Wondershare Filmora video editor)
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Boat fishing in Rhos on Sea, Conwy, North Wales 28/5/16
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The Somerset Hotel is a gorgeously situated hotel on Llandudno's seafront, with an incredible view of the ocean. Llandudno, due to its incredible views and charming atmosphere is one of North Wales' favourite tourist destinations, and the Somerset Hotel is the ideal place to spend a short break or holiday. http://www.thesomersethotel.co.uk
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Hot tub in the garden, sun room with a pool table, a welcoming woodburner and just a short walk to the seafront, beach, coastal walk and restaurants, this self catering Rhos on Sea accommodation has it all. Rhos on Sea (Llandrillo’n Rhos) is also within a short drive / bike ride to Llandudno, Conwy and all the major attractions of North Wales. http://www.bestofwales.co.uk/self-catering-holiday-cottages-north-wales-coast-rhos-on-sea-townhouse-398795
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This is a trip made on the 11th January 2015 to re-survey a route up from the tramming adit breakthrough to an area known as Llyn Penmorfa. An extra survey was carried out between Pinnacle Chamber via the "door" to the ore cart. The team comprised Dave Wrennal, Brian Edwards and David Flowers. 1:25 is a large level below Llyn Penmorfa area.
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Video of the Town Centre, Llandudno. A place that seems not to have heard of pedestrianisation, sadly. I have also posted vids of the Sea Front and Promenade . Sept 2014 Sunday late afternoon. Video of the Beach and Promenade, Llandudno. I have also posted vids of the Pier and of the Town Centre. Traditional hospitality, Victorian charm and first class service at The Imperial Hotel offers you a warm welcome to Llandudno, the Queen of Welsh Resorts in . North Wales Fire Service - Llandudno Fire Stations retained crew follow their whole-time colleagues on a shout in the town centre.
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Llandudno lies on a peninsula between two notable carboniferous headlands, the Great Orme and the Little Orme (both within the Conwy County Borough), with the Irish Sea on one side and the estuary of the River Conwy on the other. It is these headlands and the two waterfronts, the North Shore and the West Shore, together with the fine bay that give the tourist resort of Llandudno its special appeal. The 2,295 foot long Llandudno Victorian Pier, greatly admired by Sir John Betjeman, was built in 1878. It is the longest pier in Wales and one of the finest recreational piers in Britain. A British Tourist Authority report in 1975 said of it…. ‘It zooms out of the sea …. in a spectacular Indian Gothic style rather like a Maharajah's palace floating on a lake. Cast iron, brackets of iron lace work, an outstandingly pretty balustrade like an enlarged fish net, ogee roofs curling away to the sky, all add up to a totally pleasurable experience’ and in addition, it should be noted, a fine level wooden deck for easy walking. The pier head landing stage, which was rebuilt in concrete in 1969, is still used by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company for occasional excursions to Douglas and by the Waverley and Balmoral Steamer Preservation organizations.
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Llandudno House - Atlantic Coast, Cape Town, South Africa “Stunning triple story property, on large plot next to a nature reserve. Elevated site, with uninterrupted views.” CALL EAMON ON +27 (0)72 689 7202 TO VIEW OR EMAIL [email protected] FOR MORE INFO. An architect designed light and airy house, perfect for modernizing into a magnificent statement home. It’s situated on the seaward side at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, with remarkable views stretching from Little Lion’s Head and the Karbonkelberg Mountain, across the white sands and huge granite boulders of Llandudno Beach, over the pristine nature reserve to the world renowned 12 Apostles Mountain chain. Enter the property via a secluded ‘secret garden’. The entrance hall leads to a large open plan lounge with built-in bar and entertainment area which flows to a fitted gourmet kitchen with island and built in dining area. The easy flow continues to the large outdoor patio with its sparkling pool, covered braai/barbecue area, and large balcony area, perfect for taking in the majestic sunsets. External and internal areas lead to the magnificent master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and a large private terrace which overlooks the entire property and expansive views. The lower ground floor is home to 4 bedrooms, all air-conditioned, with patio doors which lead out to landscaped grounds and with steps up to the patio area. This floor also comprises a fully equipped laundry/utility room and bathroom with shower. A guest quarters is located at the side of the house, with a separate entrance, comprising a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and its own patio & braai/barbecue area. A large double garage will fit two cars, and may also be remodeled into a magnificent additional room. Hout Bay village is an easy 5-minute drive away, and is host to a myriad of award winning restaurants, upscale shopping centres, bookshops, delis and craft shops. Notes - 4/5 bedrooms - 1 x double garage - Pool with chlorine filter - Landscaped and spot-lit grounds - Wood burning fireplace - Flexible accommodation on 3 levels, endless possibilities - Guest/Staff quarters - Not overlooked - Incredible views - Located on quiet cul-de-sac - Alarm system - Substantial Plot Size 1,500m2 - Building 400m2 http://www.facebook.com/llandudnohouse CALL EAMON ON +27 (0)72 689 7202 TO VIEW OR EMAIL [email protected] FOR MORE INFO.
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A random delivery of Kitchen units to a shop in Llandudno, brings me into contact with fellow YouTube fan "007Vauxhall" or "Paul" - We then had to travel to Conwy, where the Kitchen units were delivered to the customers house. - Finally me and Paul travelled back to Rhos-on-Sea, where we had a proper meeting over a cup of Tea. Many thanks to "Paul" for both his help in unloading the Sprinter, your a "Star", and the use of his video footage in making this film. Filmed: Monday 21st May 2012
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