Also available 'Conwy View
Cottage' a lovely self-catering holiday-let within Conwy Town
Walls, close to our B&B. (click the above link for more info.)
without doubt world famous for its historical and architectural
Its status as a World Heritage Site makes it renowned the
world over. Yet there is so much more to Conwy than first
meets the eye - within the historic town walls are an enticing
variety of shops and restaurants.
Smallest House in Great Britain to the majestic Conwy
Castle and Town
Walls, there is plenty to see.
Please see our Events
page for details of festivals and events to be held in Conwy.
Other places not to be missed are:
Mawr possibly the best preserved Elizabethan townhouse
in Great Britain. Built between 1576 and 1585 by Robert
Wynn, it has been almost entirely restored and it dominates
the High Street in Conwy.
House now owned by the National Trust is Conwy's only
surviving medieval merchants house and dates back to the
Due to Conwy's great location other activities to be enjoyed
include sailing, fishing, walking and cycling.
Or why not try a round of golf at the many outstanding courses
North Wales as to offer including Conwy
Golf Club (the first Welsh venue to host the Open Championship
Final Qualifying Rounds. Conwy Golf Club boasts a superb
links course situated on the coast and bordered by the Snowdonia
hills with spectacular views. Offering excellent facilities
for both members and visitors.
Conwy now offers History Points bringing local history to your mobile phone. Using your mobile phone just scan the barcode and receive an instant snippet of
history about the building or memorial you’re looking at. There are also tours which you can follow around Conwy.
Conwy is an ideal base for visiting many interesting and beautiful places including Snowdonia, Caernarfon and Anglesey but to name a few. All reachable within a 45 minute drive or by the excellent public transport services.
Enjoy a stroll around Bodnant
Garden's, one of the most beautiful gardens in the UK,
spanning some 80 acres. Situated above the River Conwy on
ground sloping towards the west and looking across the valley
towards the Snowdonia range.
Let Snowdon Mountain Railway take you on a journey of a
lifetime to the rooftop of Wales. Snowdon, at 3,560ft dominates
the landscape of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.
Claim this mountain peak, the highest in Wales, as a lifetime’s
achievement. With stunning scenery and awe-inspiring views.
||Travel into the heart
of North Wales on the Conwy
Valley Railway, part of the National Rail Network it runs
alongside the river Conwy and continues along the banks of the
turbulent river Lledr after it's confluence with the Conwy at
Betws-y-Coed. The breathtaking range of scenery unfolds before
your eyes, from the historic Conwy castle, through estuary rich
in wildlife, to gentle slopes that give way to majestic crags
as the train crosses the Lledr by the dramatic Gethin's viaduct.
You glimpse fairytale landscapes, the imposing 12th century
Dolwyddelan Castle, ancient quarries and tracks,
forests and the high peaks of Snowdonia
before entering the heart of the mountain to emerge some
minutes later in the imposing and historic industrial landscape
of Blaenau Ffestiniog, the very centre of Wales' slate quarrying
and mining industry. Here you visit the wonderful Llechwedd
Slate Caverns a living, working slate mine that has
been active since 1836.
If the slate mines are not for you what about a Steam Train?
all aboard the Ffestiniog
Railway which takes you on a tranquil 13½-mile
journey from Blaenau Ffestiniog to the harbour town of Porthmadog.
From here (subject to the timetable) you can take the Welsh
Highland Steam Railway to Caernarfon.
To watch the official 'Destination Conwy' video click here
Gwynfryn Bed & Breakfast ( B&B
) Guest House.
4 York Place, Off Lancaster Square,
Conwy, North Wales, LL32-8AB.
Tel: 01492-576733 or 07947-272821.
Proprietors: Monica & Colin Le Boutillier.
Copyright: Gwynfryn Bed & Breakfast ( B&B
) Guest House Accommodation, Conwy, North Wales LL32 8AB. All
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