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Nice little gardens, wouldn't say they are especially well kept though. Did enjoy the Alice in Wonderland statues but the best bit was making use of the nearby cafe. A very welcome Ice cream (dozens of flavours to choose from, think they were called Parisella...More
I really enjoyed visiting Happy Valley Gardens on my recent visit to Llandudno. They're very peaceful with lots of spots to sit and look out to sea. The planting is very nice - I especially liked the butterfly patch. And it's free!
Visited whilst on the Alice in Wonderland Trail as a lot of the bits are in the gardens . There are some lovely views and a nice little cafe at the side of the park . Well worth a visit to have a wander around
We spent a leisurely hour wandering through the Happy Valley Gardens.
They are on a steep incline but plenty of seats were available to rest the legs. There were stunning views of the pier, the higher you climbed.
We especially enjoyed the wild flower garden...More
We brought our nephew here to find some items from the Alice in Wonderland trail. The garden was peaceful and beautifully kept. We had great fun finding our trail items and also found it peaceful. Worth the walk. Will go again
Lovely grassed area with views across the bay.
Victorian water fountain, Alice in Wonderland figures and a (modern addition) druid stone circle. Cafe close by and also cable car station and a lovely garden with winding paths to walk.
Be aware of seagulls!! We decided...More
while staying in Llandudno went for a walk in the gardens it was a great way to spend some time watching the birds and butterflies and some of the old plants that grow there .we went for a coffee at the cafe on there which...More