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Private Garden Annexe beautifully furnished
Entire guest suite · 2 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

Private Garden Annexe beautifully furnishedThe Garden Room at Winthorpe is a non-smoking, pet free guest accommodation for two people. It has 2 separate entrances from the garden and large decking area to the side of the main house with ample off street parking on a private driveway making the whole accommodation completely private. The entire annexe has been completely refurbished for the 2021 season, with a new kitchen and bedroom furnishings of a luxurious standard. The bedroom enjoys distant sea views across the Bay of Colwyn.

Beachfront Apartment with Amazing Views!
Entire apartment · 4 guests · 3 beds · 2 bathrooms

Beachfront Apartment with Amazing Views!Newly renovated beachfront apartment with stunning views over the Welsh coast.

Stunning views close to Adventure Parc Snowdonia
Entire residential home · 5 guests · 3 beds · 1 bathroom

Stunning views close to Adventure Parc SnowdoniaSet in Snowdonia National Park, Tan-Y-Bryn is a 3 bedroom house, boasting spectacular views across the Conwy Valley. Within walking distance of Adventure Parc Snowdonia and the Hilton Garden Hotel, the house is bright and airy throughout. From the house, you can walk up into the Eastern Carneddau with it's lakes and rolling hills or you can walk closer to home on an historical walk around the village or along the banks of the Afon Conwy. Or just relax in the front garden or sunny courtyard.

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Popular amenities for Conwy Principal Area holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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  2. Dwygyfylchi
Cosy Snowdonia cottage with stunning views.
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Luxury Modern 2Bed Seafront Flat in Rhos on Sea
  1. Entire bungalow
  2. Conwy Principal Area
Cosy & quiet seaside stay, private 2 bed bungalow.
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Conwy Principal Area
StonesThrow - 2 bedroom apartment in Llandudno
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  2. Conwy Principal Area
Flat 2b - Barton House Holiday Apartments
  1. Entire apartment
  2. Conwy Principal Area
Brand new for 2021. One bed studio apartment.
  1. Entire guest house
  2. Ty'n-y-groes
Bwthyn Twt
  1. Entire place
  2. Dwygyfylchi
Snowdonia cottage with all round stunning views!
  1. Tiny house
  2. Abergele
The Pond and Stars Cabin
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Deganwy
Self Contained Apartment overlooking Conwy Estuary
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Llansanffraid Glan Conwy
Number 37
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Barn conversion

Top-rated things to do in Conwy Principal Area

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  • A trail with tales with a lady of Wales
    We meet outside the tourist information centre where I'll supply the receivers that you use to hear the commentary I'll be relaying through my microphone. That means you can socially distance and linger to take a picture and not miss a word. This is a history tour made interesting with plenty of stories for young and old alike led by a lady in traditional Welsh costume - tall black hat and all. We see the outside of all the main attractions in Conwy - the castle, the church, the walls, Plas Mawr, the gateways and of course the smallest house and quayside. All the time you'll hear about the doings of past and present inhabitants - real and ghostly alike. Your guide is a resident of Conwy so you'll get a real insight into what it is like living in the town today as well as in the past. There'll be plenty of time for picture taking and question answering. The tour takes about one and a half hours and is suitable for pushchairs and strollers though there are some rough paths. Other things to note Wear comfortable shoes and clothing appropriate to the weather. Bring your own earbuds or headphones. You can buy a set for £1 if you forget
    From Price:£15/person
  • Walking with Donkeys
    When you join us you will be able to see some of our donkeys and we will introduce you to Nutmeg, Norman and their friends. Your ‘donkey time’ experience will start with a formal introduction to the adults leading your session and a glance around the home of our donkeys. We will introduce you to some of our donkeys and give you a glimpse of what makes them special. After formal introductions to the donkeys we will introduce you to the ones that will be accompanying you on your walk. We usually walk with one donkey per 2 people so that you get time to chat with your donkey as well as human companions. Keeping safe around donkeys and our procedures for safe walking with donkeys our outlined before we set off on our walk. Our walk will take us over public footpaths and permissive rights of way around the farm and neighbouring area. We'll walk through broad-leafed woodlands and over grazing land to glimpse some most spectacular views of the local coast and countryside. We'll take our walk at donkey pace so will have have plenty of time for sight seeing and getting close to nature. Our circular walk takes us back to the donkeys main shelter where you can spend some quality time with the donkeys that accompanied you on the walk so there will be plenty of time for photographs and selfies of course!
    From Price:£25/person
  • Watercolour Painting In Snowdonia
    We will be painting with watercolours in some of the most dramatic and beautiful locations in the Snowdonia National Park. Many of the locations require a bit of walking but nothing too strenuous. I will demonstrate my approach to watercolour sketching and guide you through the whole process to produce your own watercolour masterpiece. Betws-y-Coed will be our central meeting place before setting out on our adventure. Other things to note We may be traveling to local areas once we have met up.
    From Price:£45/person
  • Alpaca walk and farm visit in Snowdonia
    Our guests arrive on site, and after the “human” introductions we proceed to the alpacas, where before entering the enclosure guests are briefed on how to behave around the animals, how to handle them, and a general safety talk concerning been on a farm with loose animals. They will then come and meet the alpacas, hand feed them and learn about the history of the alpaca species with facts and information while they can also get hands on a handle the animals. Then we halter up and after practicing leading the guests then lead the alpacas around the farm, meeting the various farm animals here, depending on the time of year this can include hand feeding, bottle feeding lambs/goats kids, photo opportunities with the pigs/cattle/sheep. Whilst walking any wildlife is pointed out, along with natural features ( mountains, peat bog, ancient oak woodland). We also talk about the various farm animals, benefits of the free range systems of care, and answer any questions. We then continue the walk back to the other alpacas, before letting the herd back out. At this point guests can enjoy a drink, or are welcome to bring a picnic and can watch the alpacas at leisure, grazing and playing. At all points the guide is there to answer any questions, and tell people information about all the animals and nature. Other things to no
    From Price:£30/person
  • Mountain hike to the Druids Circle
    I've planned a great mix of a full day's hiking taking in some archaeological sites along the way. We'll leave the World Heritage Conwy Castle and hike up through the gorse and heather to the top of Conwy Mountain to check out the Iron Age fortress there. It's a good stretch ascending 1,000 feet but we'll be rewarded by the views over to the Great Orme limestone peak in Llandudno and across to the island of Anglesey. We then continue across undulating moorland crossing little streams and We'll probably see the wild mountain ponies and almost definitely the welsh mountain sheep. We eventually reach the Druids Circle - a site that's most definitely much older than when the Druids lived, dating back to neolithic times. We then follow old droving roads descending the mountain past old granite quarry workings down to finish at the bus stop where we'll take a regular bus (leaving about every half hour) back to Conwy. This hike lasts 4 hours and ascends(and descends) over 1,000feet. You'll need good hiking footwear and clothing and water and a packed lunch.. Other things to note This is a mountain hike so the ability to walk for 4 hours uphill and over rough ground The pace will be gentle. We finish at a different town where we will take the public bus back. Allow £3 for this fare.
    From Price:£40/person