About Trinity Language Centre and Trinity House Accommodation Centre

Trinity Language and Accommodation Centre is a private training centre offering a range of language and training programmes in a residential setting based in Llandudno, North Wales, UK.

Established in 2011, Trinity Language Centre was founded by Raquel Pérez-Williams. With a successful business background in running childcare facilities in North Wales, Raquel began to welcome international learners to stay at her home to improve their English. This led to her developing the language learning element of the company and in 2011 she opened her premises in Trinity Square, Llandudno as a language learning centre.
The centre was established to help people of all ages and nationalities with their learning. Whether you want to learn English or another language, or undergo development or vocational training, the centre exists to help you in your educational, professional or personal journey.

Working with partner organisations, Trinity is able to enhance your learning and development opportunities with Outdoor Adventure activities in the Elwy Valley and Snowdonia, and with cultural and language development activities in Liverpool. In addition to the usual local trips and activities, Trinity can arrange visits to London, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, York, Manchester and beyond, all at competitive prices.

Trinity House Accommodation Centre

Trinity recently renovated a former hotel and established a purpose built group accommodation centre for students, clients and families as well as other independent groups wishing to visit the impressive Victorian town of Llandudno. Located on the lower slopes of the Great Orme, Trinity House is minutes from the town centre and enjoys wonderful views of the beach, sea and mountains. The centre accommodates up to 65 people in en-suite rooms which can sleep up to 4 people. Trinity House offers fully catered accommodation, with optional transport facilities being available on request. Raquel will help you take the stress and hassle out of organising your group residential needs, and she has great experience at hosting children and youth groups.

The aim is to provide you with the highest quality education and training and excellent value for money within a friendly and supportive environment. Raquel and her team strive for excellence in everything they do, and this translates to the perfect service for their clients. The utmost care is taken to ensure clients are safe and comfortable during their time at Trinity, Llandudno.

At a glance:

  • Family owned business
  • English Language Learning Centre in the heart of Llandudno
  • Personal Skills Development and Corporate training programmes
  • Residential team building activities including Outdoor Adventure activities
  • Purpose-built all-inclusive group accommodation in the heart of Llandudno
  • A clean and safe facility in an outstanding location in an area of natural beauty
  • Opportunity for learning in Llandudno and Liverpool, dual location programmes available
  • Well planned programmes at competitive prices
  • Group transportation available on request
  • Flexible programme of visits and activities including Outdoor Adventure and city visits

About Llandudno and North Wales

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Llandudno is a large Victorian seaside town located on the North Wales coast. Wales enjoys a separate national status from England, Scotland and Northern Ireland but is still part of the United Kingdom. The Celtic Welsh language is still spoken by almost a third of the Welsh population and is taught in all Welsh schools. Together with the music, local food and landscape, the Welsh language gives Wales a unique culture and tradition.

Llandudno attracts many visitors from the UK and worldwide each year. With its many hotels, restaurants, cafes, shops and attractions, it was recently rated within the top 3 UK destinations to visit on Trip Advisor. It now hosts several important events annually including the Victorian Extravaganza, Steam Fair, Jazz Festival, Triathlon, Half Marathon, Welsh and UK Car Rallies and National Sailing events.

Situated around 100 kilometres from the cities of Manchester and Liverpool, Llandudno is well connected by road, train and ferry (to Dublin). London is 3 hours away by train. Historically the area has evidence of prehistoric dwellings; however the town was developed in the 19th century as a Victorian seaside and copper mining location. The local people have preserved its Victorian heritage and many of the buildings remain the same as they were over 100 years ago. This gives the town its distinct charm - the Victorian Tram still takes visitors to the Great Orme summit as it did many years ago.

Llandudno has two beaches. The North Shore promenade sweeps for 2 miles around the sandy and pebble beach between the limestone headlands of the Great Orme and Little Orme. These two headlands are noted for their rare geological and natural history features. The second beach is the sandy estuary of West Shore where the River Conwy enters the sea and has wonderful views of the Great Orme, Conwy mountain, the Menai Straits and Anglesey.

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