With a population of 21,000, the seaside town of Llandudno in the Conwy Country Borough is nicknamed the 'Queen of the Welsh Resorts' and is the largest such seaside resort in Wales. Placed in the Creuddyn peninsula, which reaches out and pokes into the Irish Sea, Llandudno formed from the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age settlements over centuries, developing over the slopes of limestone headland. Their first reference in recorded history are with the Manor of Gogarth communicated by King Edward I, to Annan, Bishop of Bangor, in 1284. Regional transport for the densely populated area is the North Wales Coast railway line which had opened as the Chester and Holyhead Railway in 1848. Developed as a mid-Victorian era vacation location, Llandudno's train links are unsurprising, having lines that extend to London. The town takes its name from the ancient parish of Saint Tudno, however also includes several neighbouring townships and districts. Between the town and sea, lies a region of sand, shingle and rock, curving for 2 miles between the 2 headlands of Great Orme and Little Orme. The Llandudno pier, a monument from its Victorian tourist attraction days, was created in 1878, and is down as a Grade II listed structure. For all your house upgrades, make sure to make use of dependable experts in Littleborough to make certain of quality.