is situated in Llandudno, Wales' largest seaside resort
town, rich in Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour.
Uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with
two wonderful beaches, the award winning North Shore and
the quiet, sand duned West Shore, Llandudno is a perfect
base from which to visit Snowdonia National Park the UK's
highest mountain range and the medieval castles of Conwy,
Caernarfon and Beaumaris.
is a short walk from the famous Great Orme, a towering 679-foot
limestone headland and Country Park, a place to discover
by foot, by car, by cable-operated tramway or by cable car.
You can visit the 4000 year old Bronze age mines and cavern,
use the 700 metre toboggan run, ski slope or simply stroll
over the parkland taking in the wonderful views of the mountains,
the Isle of Anglesey and the Menai Straits.
is situated in the 'Craig-y-Don' area of Llandudno providing
easy access to the A55 and A470 for travel and exploration
100 yards from the Promenade and 400 yards from the North
Wales Theatre and Conference Centre, the
Tilstone is situated at the junction
of Carmen Sylva Road and Mostyn Avenue - (Grid Reference
SH 796 819).
Leave the A55 at Junction 19 (Llandudno)
At the roundabout take the A470 Llandudno exit
Proceed straight ahead at next 3 roundabouts
At 4th roundabout take 3rd exit (Craig-y-don)
Turn right at next junction
The Tilstone is on the right opposite the Chocolate Box Post Office