Llandudno Weather January Averages, United Kingdom
Due to the drizzly climate that is common in Britain, tourists who visit Llandudno in Northern Wales might not consider the idea of visiting a botanical garden on their holiday.
However, the Bodnant Garden in the Conwy Valley is gearing up at this time for its most beautiful season. Camelias, magnolias, and daffodils, as well as many other spring bulbs, will be in full bloom. Depending on which half of the month the visit takes place, tourists could also be lucky enough to see rhododendrons and possibly the first few Japanese and deciduous azaleas.
This attraction not only offers beautiful views, but it also hosts a wide selection of events. On any given day, some of those might include informative tours with expert gardeners, enchanting storytelling and tea parties designed specifically for children, discussion with the Head Gardener over a luxurious lunch with wine, being pampered and having dinner at Ladies' Night.
Shopping at the local markets and the specialty shops of Llandudno is always a popular activity for tourists during any time of year. Llandudno also has a large selection of mainstream stores as well, so there is no reason for anyone to leave a vacation in Llandudno empty handed.
The average low temperature for this month is 41°F (5°C). The average high temperature is warmer than previous months at 54°F (12°C).
The average sea temperature is a chilly 45°F (8°C) in April, still too cold for water activities.
There is an average of 3.11" (79 mm) precipitation this month. In addition, there is an average of 14 days of precipitation, making this one of the drier months in Llandudno.
There is an average of 7 hours of sunlight to enjoy.