Parc Bodafon, Llandudno

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New show home opening

We are thrilled to extend a special invitation to you for the grand opening of our ‘Orme’ Show Home this bank holiday weekend! Join us on Friday, 21st of June, from 10am onwards, as we showcase the first show home of our impressive three storey and three bedroomed Orme house type.

But that’s not all! On Sunday, our Sales Centre will host experts from Home Move Hub, providing invaluable advice for those looking to sell their homes. As you explore the development, enjoy complimentary prosecco and delightful cupcakes. It’s an opportunity not just to discover your dream home but also to gather insights and expert assistance for a smooth transition into your new chapter.

We look forward to welcoming you to Parc Bodafon and sharing this exciting experience with you!

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Welcome to the neighbourhood

One of our smallest developments, Parc Bodafon has just 49 homes with a choice of one to five-bedroom properties. Perfect for residents and holidaymakers alike. 

On the outskirts of Llandudno, coming and going from Parc Bodafon is a piece of cake thanks to the A55. Or hop on a train at Llandudno station, which is just a 5-minute car ride away. Arriva Buses Wales provides good coverage of local hubs for when you want to leave the car at home. 

Llandudno has all the charm of a seaside town while offering convenient amenities you’ll come to rely on. As well as the longest pier in Wales, you’ll find areas of natural beauty to explore as well as a thriving retail, restaurant and cultural scene.

Love where you live

  • Perfect for those who prefer two feet to four wheels, there are shops, pharmacies, a post office and more within walking distance from your front door. 
  • If you’re ready to explore, local buses, trains and nearby motorways will get you out and about to Rhyl, Liverpool and Manchester in no time. 
  • Meanwhile, its status as a holiday destination means Llandudno is never short of entertainment. Keep an eye out for the three-day Victorian carnival and Llandudno Transport Festival in the summer. 
  • As a nature-lover, you’re spoilt for choice at Parc Bodafon. The Great Orme limestone cliffs offer stunning walking routes with views across Conwy. Or join the sailing club to get out on the water. Back on dry land, head into Conwy town to explore the shops, cafes, bars and restaurants as well as historic Conwy Castle.
  • Parc Bodafon sits nearby local high schools, perfect for your teens. There’s also a great choice of primary schools just slightly further afield.
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What’s it like living in Llandudno?

 If you’re looking for a new home in or around North Wales and wondering what living in Llandudno is like, you’ll be pleased to know there are lots of great things to do, amenities and entertainment on your doorstep at Parc Bodafon.

Llandudno’s famous pier is the longest in Wales and is the setting of bars, cafes, amusements arcades, shops and fairground rides, while the promenade – known as The Parade – is where many of the town’s famous hotels are built.

The Great Orme’s limestone cliffs provide a stunning landscape, where you can choose from a number of walking routes to get panoramic views across Conwy. For those who prefer to take transport to the 670ft high headland, a tram or cable car provide picturesque alternatives. At The Great Orme you will be spoilt for choice in both natural and manmade history, with a Visitor Centre at the summit offering information about the history of the area, which is thought to be more than 350 million years old.

Head across the bay to Conwy and enjoy a trip to the famous Conwy Castle, or explore the town’s shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. Alternatively, there are many beaches and coastal villages within easy reach of this well-connected location.

Llandudno itself – a bay of the North Shore – is home to attractions including a theatre and fairground rides. There is also a sailing club and a number of other sporting facilities for those who enjoy an active lifestyle, while the town’s many shops provide retail therapy from high street brands to independent stores.

Parc Bodafon is situated where the Llandudno Parade meets Colwyn Road, surrounded by the fields of Bodafon Hall Farm on one side and the promenade on the other. This is the perfect base from which to explore a region that is rich in history and beauty, where the countryside meets the sea to provide a unique landscape.

The A55 provides easy road access to head further afield by car, either in the direction of Anglesey or towards Chester. With its Victorian railway station just over one mile away, Llandudno is easily accessible by train, while Arriva Buses Wales provide public transport options by road.

Its popularity with holidaymakers means Llandudno always has plenty of entertainment on offer, particularly during the summer months. Events include a three-day Victorian carnival and Llandudno Transport Festival, both held every May. Local residents have access to a range of shopping options, from high street brands and supermarkets to independent retailers and gift shops. As one of Wales’s most visited tourist destinations, it is easy to see why so many homeowners choose to enjoy a more permanent stay in Llandudno.