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Millgate Cottage
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £295
High Season: £795

LOCATION: Millgate Cottage is a charming end terrace inside the medieval town walls and next door to Conwy Castle, with the added bonus of parking directly outside, allowing doorstep access to the delights of this medieval town, including restaurants and pubs. Enjoying views over the town walls from the double en-suite bedroom the cottage offers comfortable, quality accommodation, ideal for...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £295

High Season: £795

Wern Farm Caravan Park and Holiday Cottages
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Sleeps: 2
No of Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £265
High Season: £320

The cottage is adjacent to the owners’ farmhouse, 4 miles from the town of Conwy on the B5106 in Ty’n-y-Groes. Situated in spacious gardens with panoramic views down the Conwy Valley, it is an ideal location for relaxing and touring. Bodnant Gardens, Llandudno, Betws-y-Coed and the Snowdonia National Park are all within easy reach.An ideal area for bird watching - Conwy RSPB reserve...

Sleeps: 2

No of Bedrooms: 1

Low Season: £265

High Season: £320

Is y Coed, Conwy, Snowdonia
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £420
High Season: £792

A top quality cottage, newly renovated and refurbished to the highest specifications. Located next to the owners’ house at Tyn-y-Groes, 3 miles south of Conwy, surrounded by beautiful scenery of the Conwy Valley and Snowdonia National Park. Two bedrooms (twin and a king-size + TV & sofa bed) and a bath/shower room with underfloor heating. Spacious fitted kitchen/diner with granite worktops,...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £420

High Season: £792

Maes Masarn, Conwy, Snowdonia
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Sleeps: 7
No of Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £388
High Season: £889

NEWLY FURBISHED KITCHEN INCLUDING WASHER/DRYER AND DISWASHER This particularly spacious stone semi detached cottage enjoys fine views as far as the Great Orme at Llandudno. Upstairs provides a master bedroom with ensuite shower room, a double bedroom, twin bedroom and family bathroom. A folding bed is available on request. Downstairs there is an attractive fitted kitchen/diner, utility room,...

Sleeps: 7

No of Bedrooms: 3

Low Season: £388

High Season: £889

Llwyn Bedw Cottage, Conwy, Snowdonia
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Sleeps: 6
No of Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £359
High Season: £782

A pretty cobbled courtyard setting for this spacious stone cottage with its own clock tower. It is suitable for the less able with a ground floor double bedroom and cloakroom. A fitted kitchen/diner and comfortable sitting room with an open fire and patio door to lawned garden completes the downstairs. Upstairs there are a double bedroom with sloping ceiling and en suite shower room, a twin...

Sleeps: 6

No of Bedrooms: 3

Low Season: £359

High Season: £782

Plas Helyg, Ty'n-y-groes
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £347
High Season: £738

A beautiful converted cottage with 2 bedrooms – a double with four poster bed and twin. – Provides you with private garden space that offers a picnic atmosphere for you to enjoy all year round. The living area has a full sized kitchen diner. The relaxing lounge area provides television and DVD for your entertainment with wonderfully cosy open fire to take the chill off on cool evenings.

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £347

High Season: £738

Plas yw, Conwy, Snowdonia
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Sleeps: 5
No of Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £370
High Season: £790

This quaint L shaped cottage offers facilities for the less able as it is all ground floor level. It provides a master bedroom with ensuite shower room, a double bedroom, single bedroom, separate bathroom and fitted kitchen/diner. A cosy lounge with an open fire in a stone fireplace has french windows leading onto a patio and into a pleasant garden.

Sleeps: 5

No of Bedrooms: 3

Low Season: £370

High Season: £790

Tressi Porffor, Ty'n-y-groes
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Sleeps: 5
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £314
High Season: £673

This attractive stone cottage with its walls clad in wisteria, has two double bedrooms, one also with a single bed, a bathroom with shower over bath, a fitted kitchen/diner and a cosy lounge with feature stone walls and an open fire. A rear door leads into a spacious garden.

Sleeps: 5

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £314

High Season: £673

 

Conwy Town Tourist Information
A town that exudes history

Conwy Town lies just over four and a half miles South of Llandudno, and twelve and a half miles West of Abergele on the North coast of Wales.

Conwy Town is a picturesque walled town overshadowed and dominated by a foreboding medieval castle, Conwy Castle is without a doubt, the town's main attraction. On approach, the sheer size of the castle becomes more apparent and the grandeur of the inside with its great hall, secluded inner ward with private chambers and a royal chapel goes on to impress.
Spanning a length of three-quarters of a mile, the castle walls were built to encapsulate and protect the town, today the castle walls still remain completely intact and visitors are allowed to walk along their length, along which you can really take in the stunning views of the town, the sea and the mountains.

This medieval town with its narrow cobbled streets is a real treat to wander around, there are little nooks and crannies and many listed buildings which simply ooze history. Conwy offers a real one-off experience when it comes to shopping, here you'll not find big brand national retailers (for all that razzmatazz you will need to head to Llandudno), instead, you will find a bustling town of delightful independent shops that sell all kinds of things including must-have souvenirs, books, art, antiques, in addition, there are award-winning butchers and artisan chocolatiers.
You'll find enjoying something to eat a real treat in Conwy, as with its shops, the town isn't packed out with all those impersonal national chain food outlets. Conwy offers cosy cafes, welcoming bistros and restaurants, quaint tea rooms along with a fine range of pubs that serve food.

Whilst in the town a real must-visit and a popular tourist attraction can be found located on the Quayside, The Smallest House in Great Britain, a cute little red-painted house set amongst a row of terraced houses. At a roomy size of just 72 inches wide by 122 inches high, you are able to go inside (for a small fee) and see what it was like to occupy such a small house (which was in fact occupied right up until May 1900).

Conwy Town is home to yet another unique visitor attraction called Aberconwy House, under the care of the National Trust, it's a wonderful example of a Medieval Merchant's House that has stood for nearly six centuries and is considered to be the oldest recorded building of its kind in Wales.

Located on the outskirts of the town is Conwy Golf Club, it's a delightful 18-hole links course that is ideal for both beginners and the more experienced golfer.

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