Overlooking the promenade in the seaside resort of Llandudno, with most rooms opening onto the sea, Whitehouse Hotel sits minutes away from the Great Orme Country Park. The hotel offers nightly entertainment and cosy accommodation on the North Wales coast.
The hotel’s rooms feature light colour tones and Victorian-style decorations. The bedrooms come equipped with flat-screen TVs and tea- and coffee-making facilities.
Breakfasts and dinners are served in the on-site dining room that offers an array of meat, fish and vegetarian dishes.
Option 1: Itinerary
Day 1: Christman Eve party
- Tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival (before 4pm)
- Three-course evening meal followed by Christmas Eve party with live music
Day 2: Christmas Day party
- Traditional turkey dinner with glass of wine
- Visit and gift from Santa
- Evening New Year’s Eve party with party poppers to Auld Lang Syne (including supper snacks)
- Depart by 10am
Option 2: Itinerary
Day 1: Christmas Eve celebrations
- Tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival before 4 pm.
- Bingo and live music
Day 2: Christmas Day celebrations
- Traditional turkey roast with a glass of wine and Christmas pudding
- Visit and gifts from Santa
- Bingo and live music Elvis tribute
Day 3: Boxing Day celebrations
- Boxing day meal followed by some Boxing night entertainment
- Bingo raffle with live music
Day 4: New Years Eve party
- Bingo and live entertainment, solo artist’s performance (classic hits from the 50s and 60s)
- Late supper
- Departure by 10am
Option 1: stay in a double or twin room with full board, Xmas and New Year’s celebrations
- £79 for 2 nights, Fri arrivals
- £149 for 4 nights, Mon arrivals
Option 2: stay in a standard double room with breakfast, Fri or Sat arrivals
- £39 for 1 night
- £59 for 2 nights
Option 3: stay in a standard double room with breakfast and a two-course dinner (served on the first night of stay), Fri or Sat arrivals
- £55 for 1 night
- £75 for 2 nights
Groupon’s Guide To Conwy
Crossed by the namesake river, with Snowdonia National Park covering one-third of its territory, Conwy County Borough boasts unique attractions to keep globetrotters busy while visiting north Wales. Llandudno, dubbed the Queen of the Welsh Resorts, is the largest Welsh beach destination, beckoning guests with attractions such as the Great Orme and the Little Orme, or the award-winning Llandudno Pier.
The flourishing heritage tourism is based on vestiges, including the late 13th-century Conwy Castle and the Elizabethan style Plas Mawr, dating back to the 16th century. Sites such as the Aber Falls in Abergwyngregyn and the Bodnant Garden in Tal-y-Cafn are also well worth a visit, whereas golf aficionados can spend leisurely moments at the Great Orme Family Golf course or at one of the many other courses available in the area.