Holiday Cottages To Rent in Llanrwst Town


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Llanrwst Tourist Information

Discover the beautiful Conwy Valley

Llanrwst is a bustling little inland market town which lies on the banks of the River Conwy in the picturesque Conwy Valley, it can be found on the Eastern edge of Snowdonia National Park just under five miles North of Betws-y-Coed.

The main A470 Cardiff to Llandudno road passes directly through Llanrwst. If you are planning to travel by public transport you will find Llanrwst is fortunate enough to have two train stations as well as regular bus services that connects the town to many popular destinations, all of which makes Llanrwst nice and easy to reach.

The town offers a good selection of shops to wander round, mostly centred around the main square. As with most traditional Welsh towns, Llanrwst has its fair share of places to eat and pubs serving local ales and locally produced food.

Set back on the opposite side of the Conwy River just outside the town lies Gwydir Castle, a magnificent period property which has been lovingly restored by its present owners and is today regarded as one of the finest Tudor houses in Wales. Gwydir is nestled in ten acres of Grade 1 listed gardens which represent an important example of a formal Renaissance garden of the Tudor and Stuart periods. Having been built in the 14th Century Gwydir is certainly a building steeped in history, it also comes with added 'extras' as it's considered to be one of the most haunted houses in Wales.

The area in and around Llanrwst offers plenty of outdoor activities including walking and hiking, mountain biking, fishing and horse riding, this makes Llanrwst perfect for lovers of the great outdoors.

Keen anglers will find the River Conwy which makes its way past the town provides good fishing for brown trout, sea trout (sewin) and salmon.

Located as it is on the edge of Snowdonia National Park and surrounded by countryside, the area around Llanrwst is ideal for those who enjoy walking. One very pleasant walk of half a mile heads off from the town to Grey Mare's Tail Waterfall (Rhaeadr y Parc Mawr), here you will find a delightful twin waterfall set amid a lovely woodland area, all of which is now a nature reserve owned by the Forestry Commission.

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Llanrwst tourist information

Discover the beautiful Conwy Valley

Llanrwst is a bustling little inland market town which lies on the banks of the River Conwy in the picturesque Conwy Valley, it can be found on the Eastern edge of Snowdonia National Park just under five miles North of Betws-y-Coed.

The main A470 Cardiff to Llandudno road passes directly through Llanrwst. If you are planning to travel by public transport you will find Llanrwst is fortunate enough to have two train stations as well as regular bus services that connects the town to many popular destinations, all of which makes Llanrwst nice and easy to reach.

The town offers a good selection of shops to wander round, mostly centred around the main square. As with most traditional Welsh towns, Llanrwst has its fair share of places to eat and pubs serving local ales and locally produced food.

Set back on the opposite side of the Conwy River just outside the town lies Gwydir Castle, a magnificent period property which has been lovingly restored by its present owners and is today regarded as one of the finest Tudor houses in Wales. Gwydir is nestled in ten acres of Grade 1 listed gardens which represent an important example of a formal Renaissance garden of the Tudor and Stuart periods. Having been built in the 14th Century Gwydir is certainly a building steeped in history, it also comes with added 'extras' as it's considered to be one of the most haunted houses in Wales.

The area in and around Llanrwst offers plenty of outdoor activities including walking and hiking, mountain biking, fishing and horse riding, this makes Llanrwst perfect for lovers of the great outdoors.

Keen anglers will find the River Conwy which makes its way past the town provides good fishing for brown trout, sea trout (sewin) and salmon.

Located as it is on the edge of Snowdonia National Park and surrounded by countryside, the area around Llanrwst is ideal for those who enjoy walking. One very pleasant walk of half a mile heads off from the town to Grey Mare's Tail Waterfall (Rhaeadr y Parc Mawr), here you will find a delightful twin waterfall set amid a lovely woodland area, all of which is now a nature reserve owned by the Forestry Commission.

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