Different can be fun.

Having a touring caravan normally means our holidays involve towing, pegging and aqualoos.

It also often involves wet clothes and cold feet.

The British weather is known for it’s unforgiving rain.

As any parent will tell you it starts to pour the moment someone says  “it’s the school holidays”.

Yet despite all this we do love our caravan.

The nights spent out on the campsites listening to the quiet still evening sounds

Or the early morning alarm Capella style from the birds.

I love them

Yet still when rain ruined play this week we decided to do something a little different and  book ourselves over night into a guest house in good old Llandudno.

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It was a blast, the guest house was simply amazing. The owner was super welcoming and so helpful. Honestly nothing was to much for him.

The guesthouse itself was beautiful and spotless. The bathroom was that clean my husband noticed and that’s saying something.

Oh and the breakfast it was simply yummy, the selection was great from fresh fruit to a fry up.

I honestly would recommend the Alvastra for a stay.

 
So we may not have got to sunbathe on the beach this holiday but we did get to watch the boats, travel to the top of the Great Orme and walk the pier.

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It was a fun trip.

Llandudno holds many memories for us as a family from nappy losing (yes Eden that was you) to pier vomiting (Livvy) it was nice to remember  and smile but it was also lovely to create new ones as well.

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It really isn’t the length of a holiday or the exotic location that makes it special, it’s those you share it with.

So my two cold windy days in Llandudno were truly special as I got to spend them with those that I love.

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What more could I have wished for.

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