Every May Bank Holiday the picturesque resort of Llandudno celebrates its rich history with a Victorian themed festival. Enjoy all the regular attractions of this traditional resort at a time of joyous festivities and celebration. Look out for the Victorian Street Fair, old time fairground rides, fun stalls, steam engines, people dressed in Victorian costume and street entertainment that the whole family can enjoy. Add to this the stunning scenery of the North Wales coast, which offers sweeping sea views on our journey through Flint, Prestatyn, Rhyll and Colwyn Bay, the towns which line the route between Chester and Llandudno. A terrific combination of attractions and scenery which make for a great day out.
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Pullman Dining: Passengers will be served a full English breakfast with complementary Bucks Fizz plus elevenses or light lunch (depending on finalised timings) on the outward journey. A delicious four course evening meal preceded by canapés and Champagne will be served on the return journey. Dinner will be accompanied with a half bottle of wine per person. We kindly ask that passengers do not consume their own alcoholic drinks in Premier Dining Class.
We are able to offer a vegetarian menu with 7 days advance notification but regretfully we are unable to offer any other special dietary requirements (i.e. nut allergy, vegan, gluten free diets etc).
Pullman First Class: Passengers will be served a bacon barm on the outward journey and sandwiches and scone on the return run, this will be accompanied by a service of tea or coffee.
Standard & First Class: First Class passengers will have access to the buffet carriage for the purchase of light refreshments. You are also welcome to bring your own refreshments or indeed a tasty picnic to enjoy as the countryside passes by!
Supplement for a private table for two in first class and dining £20.00 per passenger. Fares are subject to a £3.75 booking fee.