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Lleoliad Gŵyl Gorawl Gogledd Cymru

Venue Cymru
The Promenade
North Wales
LL30 1BB

Mewn awyren

Meysydd Awyr Rhyngwladol

Maes Awyr John Lennon Lerpwl - 68 milltir

Maes Awyr Manceinion - 75 milltir

Maes Awyr Birmingham - 149 milltir

Maes Awyr Cenedlaethol

Maes Awyr Ynys Môn - 40 milltir (Hedfan o Norwich)

Ar drên

Gorsaf Drenau Llandudno - 0.6 milltir
Trenau rheolaidd o Piccadilly Manceinion

Cyffordd Llandudno – 3.1 milltir
Trenau rheolaidd o Euston Llundain, Piccadilly Manceinion, Birmingham International, a Chanol Caerdydd

Ar gyfer ymwelwyr tramor, mae Tocyn BritRail yn darparu teithio rhad ar draws y DU (mae'n rhaid iddo gael ei brynu cyn gadael eich mamwlad).

Ar fws

Mae'r rhwydwaith National Express yn cynnwys y rhan fwyaf o drefi’r DU, gan fynd i Landudno a chyrchfannau arfordirol eraill yng Ngogledd Cymru.

Ar long

Mae Irish Ferries a Stena Line yn gweithredu gwasanaethau cyflym rheolaidd o Ddulyn a Dun Laoghaire i Gaergybi.

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