Fernando’s Taxis offers a comfortable and dependable taxi service throughout North Wales.
Our fares are always very reasonably priced and we are known throughout the area as a trustworthy and reliable taxi hire, with a variety of regular customers.
Fernando offers a clean and comfortable seven seat minibus with full wheelchair access. We don’t just offer local taxi services, we also provide:
Airport transfers throughout the UK
Ferry transfers to Southampton
Long distance journeys
For efficient and reliable taxi services, whatever the distance or location, contact the team at Fernando Taxis in Llandudno.
We offer our services throughout Llandudno, Llanfairfechan, Abergele, Rhyl and beyond.
We go the extra mile for our customers
The main bus stop that services Ysbyty Gwynedd, has been moved closer to the main entrance. This enables patients and visitors to access the hospital without having to cross busy entrance roads.
The decision to move the stop has made it much easier for the elderly and disabled to access public transport.
Betsi Cadwaladr Unviversity Health Board (BCHUB) agreed to move the stop after a campaign by local people.
A scheme to remove the roundabouts at Llanfairfechan and Penmaenmawr, projected to cost around £35 million, is still scheduled to start in 2017
The news was confirmed by a Welsh Government spokesman after fears that the £35m works would be shelved following last month’s vote.
They are the only roundabouts on the 235 miles of the UK section of a transport route known as Euroroute 22 linking Ireland to Russia.
Ukip MEP and North Wales AM Nathan Gill told The daily Post: “I believe that developing the A55 is well overdue and is key to strengthening the North Wales economy as it’s the main link between Ireland, the UK and mainland Europe."
The Rhos Fynach, now a beautifully restored pub and restaurant with a wonderful function room for weddings and special occasions, was originally a 12th century monastery with secret tunnels linking it to the nearby tiny, 6th century, Chapel of St Trillo. This was the home to the monks who fished the weir off Rhos Point to provide the catch for the larger monastery in Conwy at the time. The oldest building in the area, built in 1181 AD, Rhos Fynach (literally meaning ‘Monk’s Marsh’) offers haven, nourishment AND history for the weary traveller or the holidaying family!
The Rhos Fynach recently joined the Oriel Country Hotel & Spa (Denbighshire’s only 4 star hotel) in St Asaph group of companies; the intention is to maintain Rhos Fynach’s old world charm whilst offering quality, fresh, delicious food for the pub, restaurant and function room.
Traditional ales and Tuesdays 9pm quiz night with a roaring fire are still one of the many fine features available making this a favourite place to rest a while. There is plenty of parking in both the onsite car park and the 2 council car parks.
Tel: 01492 548185
I would highly recommend Hafod-y-Bryn. Here is some information about them from their website.
“Hafod-Y-Bryn Boarding Kennels and Cattery in Colwyn Bay, North Wales have been caring for dogs and cats since 1982 and we are proud of our history and reputation. We care for pets across the whole region of North Wales and beyond including Colwyn Bay, Conwy, Llandudno, Abergele, & Rhyl.
We are a family business who aims to create a loving and caring environment for your beloved pets whilst you are away from home, we are the ideal holiday home for your cats and dogs as we offer the rural setting but being only minutes from the A55.
Both the kennels and cattery accommodation and reception areas have undergone refurbishment works after the business changed hands in 2013. Now owned and run by Steve & Nicola Frost the aim of the new owners is to be the premier venue for your dogs and cats in North Wales.
We also offer a dog grooming service to dog boarders and day visitors by our very own fully qualified dog grooming professionals
Whether you are going on holiday, moving home or just need somewhere for your pet to stay for a few nights we really can be the premier choice for you and your pets so contact us at Hafod-Y-Bryn today for more information.”
How to contact Them:
At Hafod-Y-Bryn, we are always happy to help with any questions or queries you may have. If you would like to get in contact with us, contact Steve or Nicola Frost on:
Phone: 01492 532825
Where we are
Directions to us
From the West End in Colwyn Bay go up Kings Road and then continue right onto Pen-Y-Bryn Road, at the junction turn left onto Llanwrst Road, B5113 and Hafod-Y-Bryn can be found on the left after 1 mile, past the houses and once you reach open countryside.
If you are using Sat-Nav for LL28 5YS, continue after you are told that you have reached your destination for another ½ mile and our sign can be found on the left hand side.
Contrary to recent articles in the paper, Arch Motors is not planning on closing any time soon. So, if you need a vehicle recycling or a good scrap yard, contact them over at Arch Motors.