Study Visits for Families

Trinity Language Centre (TLC) welcomes families to study and learn in North Wales. You can choose to study as a complete family or as children or adult learner groups only; TLC will organise your entire programme to match your exact family requirements.

The region of North Wales lends itself perfectly to families wishing to enjoy themselves and learn at the same time. Study visits will focus mainly on English language but can also include UK culture and areas of specific interest or some well- deserved relaxation time. Visits and activities can be arranged for children based on their own particular interests whilst parents can enjoy other activities or simply benefit from some quiet time! A variety of interests and hobbies can be catered for such as archaeology, castles, natural history, walking or steam trains. Our adventure activities such as kayaking, caving and paintballing, are very popular with families as they can be enjoyed by people of all ages!
Courses are available throughout the year. They normally last from 1 to 3 weeks but can last longer for those wishing to enjoy an extended period in North Wales. The prices may vary according to the duration and the time of year.

Families can stay in Trinity House, our residential centre, in our specially designed family rooms. All rooms have a double bed and bunk beds with en-suite facilities and some also benefit from magnificent sea and mountain views. Alternatively you and your family may prefer to stay in a hotel, guesthouse or self-catering accommodation locally. Whatever you choose, TLC will help you with all your accommodation and transport arrangements.

All fees and prices are subject to negotiation and agreement and a quote can be provided upon request. Prices given via a quotation include accommodation at Trinity House in our family rooms.

At a glance:

  • We cater for all families
  • Availability all year round, reduced fees for out of season
  • Living English full immersion approach to language learning for those staying in Trinity House
  • Two excursions for the whole family designed to enhance the learning experience (certain activities may carry a surcharge for individual families)
  • Staying in Trinity House Accommodation Centre in family rooms
  • Cots and high chairs provided infants
  • English classes for children included, optional for parents (see here for prices)
  • Children's holiday club for 3 – 11 year olds (extra cost)
  • Afternoon activities for youths 11-17 year olds
  • Fully inclusive fees and prices
  • Optional adventure activities or London/city tours
  • Certificate of participation with learning transcript

Sample Programme

7 nights and 8 days (prices quoted are for this programme or similar – please see fees and prices)

Day Morning Afternoon Evening
Day 1 - Airport transfer to Llandudno
- Light lunch on arrival
- Welcome meeting and briefing
- Rest and settling in
- Evening meal
- Evening walk on Pier
Day 2 - Breakfast
- English class (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Packed lunch
- Walking tour of Llandudno, beach promenade shops and museum (during summer, activities with young British children)
- Evening meal
- Evening relaxation, cinema or games. Optional Living English programme.
Day 3 - Breakfast
- English class (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Packed lunch
- Visit to medieval town of Conwy, tour of castle and town walks (during summer, activities with young British children)
- Evening meal - Evening relaxation, cinema or games. Optional Living English programme.
Day 4 - Breakfast
-Day visit to Liverpool, visit to museums, cathedral, and River Mersey
Packed lunch
- Evening meal
- Evening relaxation, cinema or games. Optional Living English programme.
Day 5 - Breakfast
- Day visit to Roman City of Chester, Castle walls walk and shopping
Packed lunch - Evening meal
-Evening relaxation, cinema or games. Optional Living English programme.
Day 6 - Breakfast
- English class (3 hours with 15 minute break
- Packed lunch
- During summer, activities with young British children
- Evening meal
- Evening relaxation, cinema or games. Optional Living English programme.
Day 7 Breakfast Family free time - Evening meal
- Evening relaxation, cinema or games. Optional Living English programme.
Day 8 Breakfast Depart for airport

Available at additional cost:

  • Adventure Activities – Climbing, Abseiling, Caving, Kayaking, Quad Biking, Paint Balling, Biking, Mountain walking, Archery or High Ropes course
  • City Tour – London, York or Dublin (Edinburgh, Glasgow and other cities may be available on courses of 2 week or longer)

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