Trinity House accommodation is a perfect place for school groups, we are open all year round, based in Llandudno in a wonderful town with plenty of activities in the local area.
We are proud to say we have "the best views of Llandudno" and children really feel privileged to stay with us.
If you are a headteacher or a teacher that organizes the trips, you can apply for a one-night complimentary stay with us for 2 people: School Invitation.
During this time, you will meet members of staff and you can view the house, together with the fantastic views and local places to visit. This will also give you the opportunity to do a risk assessment.
We are running an introductory offer for schools booking between September 2020 and June 2021: Introductory offer in addition to the offer, one Teacher can stay for free with every ten students.
With its grand mountains, rolling hills and stunning coastline, the castle-packed, Welsh-speaking heartland of North Wales has always been an epic place for the active. North Wales has been named among the top places in the world to visit in 2017 according to Lonely Planet’s annual Best in Travel list. We have ranked ahead of regions including South Australia, Perak in Malaysia and Aysen, Chile.
Placed fourth on the list of regions to visit, north Wales is the only UK destination to be featured in the rankings, which are compiled by a panel of the travel publisher’s writers and experts.
On the site of an aluminium factory in the Conwy Valley, Surf Snowdonia is perhaps the most headline-stealing example of North Wales’ reinvention: the machinery of this inland lagoon generates the world’s longest surfable human-made waves. Not to be outdone, Zip World at Penrhyn Quarry boasts the world’s fastest (and Europe’s longest) zip line. The same folks run Bounce Below: giant trampolines strung in the caverns beneath Blaenau Ffestiniog, the one-time capital of Wales’ slate-mining industry. Capping things off, Snowdonia National Park – Wales’ largest – has been designated a ‘dark-sky reserve’ thanks to its lack of light pollution. Telescopes out, people (if you still have the energy)!