Staying at a caravan park in Llandudno is a great way to visit local festive events this winter. The Llandudno Christmas Fayre will be returning for its 13th year in November.
The Llandudno Christmas Fayre has grown into one of the biggest festive fayres in Wales, with an estimated 35,000 guests visiting last year’s event. This event will take place from Thursday, 17th November until Sunday, 20th November.
This year, 3 marquees and 40 log cabins will feature 150 stalls of food, drink and craft. In the crafts stall, handmade silver jewelry, soaps, Christmas decorations, and carpentry gifts will be available to browse through, to name just a few.
Scrumptious food stalls will be offering tasters and samples of cakes, chocolate, fruit preserves, cheese, meats, and honey. Pie lovers can rejoice – Roberts Country Fayre and the Cheshire Pie Company will be serving up a selection of delicious pies over the weekend.
Many of the stalls will be from local producers, so it’s a great way to support small businesses in the area.
Liqueurs, fruit gins, beers and ales will also be available to buy and sample. Llandudno based Wild Horse Brewing Company will be selling bottles of their locally and naturally produced craft beer.
In addition to all of the food and drink, live entertainment will be taking place throughout the fayre to help you get into the festive spirit. Travelling all the way from the North Pole, Santa has set up his grotto in Llandudno to take present orders from all the children who are visiting the fayre.
The fayre will be open from 9.30am to 7pm (17-19th) and 9.30am to 4.30pm on the 20th. If you are visiting on Sunday, make sure to get there early enough to visit everything.
If you much prefer relaxing and watching a pantomime instead of being within the bustle of a fayre, Venue Cymru in Llandudno is featuring two delightful pantomimes. ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ and ‘Aladdin’ will be performed throughout December this year.