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Llandudno

(hländĭd`nō, lăndŭd`nō), town (1981 pop. 13,202), Conwy, NW Wales, on a point of land jutting into the Irish Sea. Llandudno is a popular seaside resort with a mild climate. It is where Lewis CarrollCarroll, Lewis,
pseud. of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson,
1832–98, English writer, mathematician, and amateur photographer, b. near Daresbury, Cheshire (now in Halton).
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 told Alice Liddell the stories upon which Alice's Adventures in Wonderland are based.
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Llandudno

a town and resort in NW Wales, in Conwy county borough on the Irish Sea. Pop.: 14 872 (2001)
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It opened the Llandudno Bay Hotel in 2015 after a revamp of the former Regency Royal Hotel on the promenade of the seaside resort.
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Many own properties along the coast and could wake up at the end of January to the news that energy company npower has been granted consent to site the eighth largest wind farm in the world in the stunning Llandudno Bay.
Hotels owned by the company in North Wales - Caer Rhun Hall in the Conwy Valley, Belmont, Llandudno Bay and Queens hotels in Llandudno - continue to operate as normal and Duff and Phelps made clear the company was not in administration.
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The town itself sits on its own peninsula, located between two great beaches, Llandudno Bay and North Shore beach to the north-east and Conwy Bay and West Shore Beach to the south-west - all family friendly bays.
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Named for its elevated position on the shores of Llandudno Bay, it has with its own private path down to the beach.
. Dellwood is on the market for pounds 385,000 through Joan Hopkin Estate Agent, Beaumaris (01248 810847) THIS surprisingly spacious three-storey property is situated in an elevated position in Craig-y-Don, a popular residential area of Llandudno, and benefits from superb views across Llandudno Bay to the Great Orme and Anglesey beyond.