Holiday Highlights

  • Return coach travel
  • 4 nights at a selected hotel in Llandudno with dinner & breakfast 
  • Entertainment some nights
  • Excursions to Caernarfon & Portmeirion
  • Heritage journeys on the Welsh Highland Railway, Great Orme Tramway & Ffestiniog Railway.
  • Free time in Llandudno

Departure dates and prices 2022 Great Little Trains of North Wales & Portmeirion - 7% discount on all dates

Just Go brochure price in RED

Travel 55 discount price in BLACK

Tel Just Go reservations on 0333 234 2010 quote Travel 55 ref: PTR557

5 days by coach  - Great Little Trains of North Wales & Portmeirion

Date Prices from Date Prices from
2, 9  16, 30 May

£319 : £297

1, 8, 22, 29 August

£339 : £316

6, 13, 27 June

£329 : £306

5, 12, 19, 26 September

£329 : £306

4, 11, 25 July

£339 : £316

3, 10, 17, 24 October

£319 : £297

Don't forget to quote Travel 55 code PTR557 to receive your 7% discount. Tel Just Go reservations on 0333 234 2010. All tours offered subject to availability. Errors and omissions excepted. All prices shown are per person and based on two people sharing a double/twin room. Single supplements £60


Welsh Railway

Just Go Holidays
Great Little Trains of North Wales & Portmeirion

7% Discount - 5 Day Coach Tour

2022 prices start from £297

We explore the spectacular scenery and historic railways and tramways of north Wales. A rugged coastline, magnificent castles and the endless panoramas of the Snowdonia National Park will make for a memorable break away from it all. We also enjoy time at leisure in the unique coastal village of Portmeirion and Llandudno, the ‘Queen of the Welsh Resorts’.

Book this scenic Portmeirion & Great Little Trains of North Wales holiday direct with Just Go and receive a 7% discount saving. Call direct on 0333 234 2010 and quote our ref: PTR557

Accommodation on tour


We’ll stay at one of three hotels in Llandudno:

The family-run Risboro Hotel is situated approximately 400 yards from Llandudno’s North Shore beach. The hotel offers en-suite rooms with a flat-screen TV, a restaurant, bar and lounge. (JG2 rating)

The Grand Hotel is a splendid Victorian building situated on the seafront, beside Llandudno pier. The hotel offers traditional en-suite rooms with TV and tea and coffee-making facilities, a bar and restaurant. It also boasts lovely views of the bay and also has a games room and an elegant ballroom. (All meals buffet style). (JG2+ rating)

The New Loretta Hotel is located on a quiet avenue, five minutes’ walk from the beach in Llandudno. All the en-suite rooms offer a flat-screen TV, DVD player and tea and coffee-making facilities. The hotel also features a restaurant and a conservatory with a bar and outdoor seating area. (JG2 rating)

Hotel Rating

Hotels with a JG2 rating are a mixture of larger hotels and privately owned properties. Décor and furnishings may be simple but are well maintained. All bedrooms have en-suite facilities, TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Food may be buffet style in some of the larger hotels. Services may be limited
but efficient.

Included Excursions

Caernarfon & Welsh Highland Railway (full day)

We travel to Caernarfon, a charming town with a thriving harbour located on the eastern shore of the Menai Straits. The main landmark of the town is the imposing castle ordered by Edward I in the 13th century.

In the afternoon we board the Welsh Highland Railway and enjoy a picturesque journey to the quaint village of Beddgelert, admiring the aweinspiring scenery of the Snowdonia National Park on the way.

Llandudno & Great Orme Tramway (full day)

We spend some time at leisure in the seaside resort of Llandudno, famed for its golden beach flanked by the Great and Little Ormes and its
wonderful air of traditional Victorian charm.

Later we board the Great Orme Tramway, Britain’s only cable-hauled public road tramway, for a scenic journey up to the summit of the Great Orme, passing through the Great Orme Country Park and Nature Reserve. Enjoy the breathtaking views of sea and mountains as we travel in the original, lovinglyrestored Victorian tramcars.

Portmeirion & Ffestiniog Railway (full day)

Architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis designed and built the Italianate village of Portmeirion after being inspired by visits to the Mediterranean. Its unique atmosphere has seen it featured on camera many times, most famously in the 1960s TV series, The Prisoner.

After a morning here, we travel to the town of Porthmadog to catch the Ffestiniog Railway to the slate-quarrying town of Blaenau. The train climbs over 700 feet from sea level into the mountains through forests, lakes and waterfalls.


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