My experience at Trinity Language Centre in Llandudno has been very interesting because I have improved my English in all areas (speaking, listening, grammar). I’m very grateful to them and I would like to return.

Joaquim, Director of l’Auditori Barcelona

Trinity Language Centre and Trinity Accommodation Centre

Trinity Language Centre has been established since 2011 and offers a range of language, culture and study programmes to local and international clients. We specialise in residential English language and cultural study programmes for groups of children and youths. We also provide a broad range of other study programmes, residential courses, adult programmes, visits and activities.

Trinity Language Centre is located in the beautiful Victorian seaside town of Llandudno, North Wales, UK. Our premises are located in the heart of the town and have well equipped classroom and office facilities. We aim to provide language training in a friendly, professional and caring residential environment while helping you to achieve your goals and aspirations.

Trinity House Accommodation Centre is a wonderful Victorian building located in a majestic setting on the slopes of the Great Orme overlooking the sea and mountains. It offers fully catered accommodation for up to 65 people and is ideal for groups of young people and their leaders. Equally, it is perfect for large gatherings of family and friends or for special interest groups and is available for use even if you are not on a study programme. Trinity House has been developed with our clients in mind, offering comfort and relaxation in an environment designed for enjoyment and educational improvement. It has been beautifully renovated and offers you everything you need for a fulfilling and relaxing stay.

Trinity Language and Accommodation Centres work with partners in North Wales and Liverpool to offer unique and carefully planned language, cultural, personal development and adventure activity programmes to suit the requirements of a wide range of clients and customers.

DISCOVER... in a purpose built group accommodation in a convenient and spectacular location

LEARN... languages, UK Culture, Vocational and Personal Development Skills

SUCCEED... and achieve together!

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