Getting to Llandudno

Llandudno is located on the North coast of Wales. It has great transport links by train and road as well as being only an hour away from both Manchester and Liverpool International Airports.

By car within the UK: if you have the option of travelling by car, it is easy to reach Llandudno. Upon reaching the A55 at Chester, and heading West, it’s less than an hours drive.

  • London: 4-5 hours drive
  • Birmingham: 2-3 hours drive
  • Edinburgh and Glasgow: around 5 hours drive
  • Manchester or Liverpool: 1-1.5 hours drive

Train: Llandudno  Junction train station is reached via main line trains to Holyhead. Llandudno can be reach by bus, taxi or connecting train and is 5 miles away. There are direct trains from London, Birmingham, Manchester and South Wales.


Plane: Llandudno is a little over an hour from both Liverpool and Manchester international airports. Manchester is the largest of the two, with direct flights from all over Europe and the rest of the world.

There are trains from Manchester airport to Llandudno, as well as car hire options and taxis. A taxi or car hire would be the easiest option from Liverpool airport.

Transiting through one of the London hubs (Heathrow, Gatwick or Stanstead) is another option. Each airport is served by an “express” train which will take you to central London and connecting trains to North Wales from London Euston mainline (around 3 hours if direct).

Coming from Ireland? Or just fancy flying in via Dublin? We have great transport links via ferry and train, direct to Llandudno Junction! The ferry from Dublin to Holyhead takes around 2 hours and you can travel as a foot passenger. The train station is at the ferry port, and the train will zip you to Llandudno Junction in around an hour!