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Llandudno, North Wales, British Isles
The Feast of Tabernacles this year will again be held in the Victorian resort of Llandudno in North Wales. Set on the shore of the Irish Sea and bordering the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, this is one of the most beautiful areas of the British Isles, with breath-taking landscapes, quaint towns and villages. Take a step back in history: Walk upon the walls of the medieval town of Conwy, explore historic Caernarfon Castle where Prince Charles was inaugurated as Prince of Wales, shop in the ancient Roman city of Chester, or visit the Great Orme Mines, Llandudno’s ancient copper mine dating back 4,000 years. There is so much to see and explore in this beautiful Celtic land!
Location of Services: St George’s Hotel, The Promenade, Llandudno, Conwy, North Wales. LL30 2LG; website: www.stgeorgeswales.co.uk. The St George’s Hotel is situated on the picturesque seafront. The hotel provides excellent facilities for both services and social events. For those who are interested, the St George’s Hotel is offering a preferential rate on accommodation. This information can be found under "Housing Information".
First Service: 8 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 9 in the Wedgwood Suite.
Car Parking: Parking is readily available both on-street and in multi-storey car parks.
Accommodation options: Accommodation is available both in Llandudno itself and in the surrounding area with a choice of hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and self-catering. Accommodation in the St George’s Hotel is also available (see “Housing Information”).
Travel options: Llandudno is directly served by both bus and train transport, including rail links to both Manchester and Liverpool international airports, and also the port of Holyhead. The A55 dual carriageway links Llandudno with the UK motorway network.