The newly refurbished station in Llandudno town centre is a 10-20 min walk from the coastal promenade and the main station, though it's at the opposite end of the town to the base stationof the historic Great Orme tramway, with its stunning views.
The station has direct trains to and from Manchester via Chester and trains to/from Blaenau Ffestiniog, some of which offer connections with the stunning Ffestiniog Steam Railway.
Though other trains to Chester and Manchester, as well as direct trains to/from Bangor, Birmingham and London call at Llandudno Junction station, which is a couple of miles to the south of the coastal resort.
There are typically one or two trains per hour which link Llandudno with Llandudno Junction, though bus route/line 25 also provides a connection, though it's actually less frequent than the trains!
Help keep us advertising and paywall free!Donate
This second version of ShowMeTheJourney is exciting and new, so we are genuinely thrilled that you are here and reading this, but we also need your help.
We’re striving not to let anything get in the way of providing the most useful service possible, hence a facility has been set up with DonorBox which can be used to support the running costs and make improvements.
Instead of advertising or paywalls, your financial support will make a positive difference to delivering an enhanced service, as there’s a lot of ideas which we want to make happen.
So if you have found the info provided here to be useful, please consider saying thank you.
This is one of more than 100 train travel guides available on ShowMeTheJourney, which will make it easier to take the train journeys you want or need to make. As always, all images were captured on trips taken by ShowMeTheJourney.