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Penllad

We are in easy access of the A55 on a quiet road that is a 20 min walk from Conwy town. We are 5 mins from the Wales cycle path and the start of Cambrian way is within 15 min walk. Conwy is within 1/2 mile of the Snowdonia national park boundary, Mount Snowdon is 30 miles way. A marina, with a pub & shop is a 10 min walk, a beach a little further on. Conwy golf club is 5 mins walk. Llandudno is 15 mins drive , and there is a bus stop nearby. (Cwrt Llewelyn)

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Estuary View Apartment

Location location location - that's what Estuary View Apartment is all about. Near Deganwy's select waterfront, Estuary View has everything you need within walking distance. Enjoy the small but sheltered sand-and-pebble beach, or walk to Llandudno's South Shore beach and the majestic Great Orme limestone headland beyond. In the other direction you can walk (or cycle) off-road to the UNESCO world heritage site of Conwy town, with its spectacular castle and three-quarters-of-a-mile long town walls. You might never eat in staying here, with French, Chinese and Indian restaurants within strolling distance and a very smooth wine bar that attracts older, discerning clientele. Want more? The exclusive Quay Hotel and Spa boasts an indoor pool, bar, restaurant and lots of wonderful spa treatments. It's just across the way, located on Deganwy's salubrious marina development. The apartment is on the second and third floors of the building above the shops and restaurants that make up the village's High Street. Busy during the day, the road becomes quiet during the evening and night in this upmarket coastal village! The views from the apartment are sensational, with the open sea visible to the right and Conwy's castle and the hills beyond to your left. The tasteful interior has recently been completed, making for a very relaxing and comfortable home in which you will enjoy your break. Bedrooms: One double bedroom on the top floor. This is a king size bed but also can be changed into a twin bedroom as it is a zip link (please ask when booking if you would like this to be a twin). The views from this room are incredible. One twin room is also located on the top floor facing the rear of the apartment Bathrooms: The Bathroom is located on the lower floor (next to kitchen) There is a bath with shower attachment and screen, loo and a sink. Kitchen: Well-equipped fitted kitchen with electric hob, oven, tall fridge freezer, washer/dryer and a dishwasher. Sitting Room: Comfy seating for all guests, TV, DVD, BT Open View and electric fire. There is a large window with views over Conwy Marina, Conwy Castle, Snowdonia and the open sea! Dining: Open plan with the sitting room there is a dining area with seating for all guests. Garden: There is a garden but not really worth mentioning. It overlooks the backs of the restaurants and offers little privacy. The owners have gravelled it and put a small bench to sit on for those who insist! Heating: The house has a combination of central heating and an electric fire in the seating room Parking: There is private off road parking near the entrance to the apartment.

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Telford House, set in the heart of Conwy Town

Just a few steps up a quiet cobbled street; ‘Telford House’, is a cosy cottage set in the heart of Conwy Town. With a modern interior, Telford House still retains old world charm and a welcoming character. Sleeping a family of 4 people, this self-contained property with tiny courtyard, is perfectly charming with a stylish twist.

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Cottages in Conwy

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"Seren Las" - Conwy town
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Church Cottage
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Town cute cottage for 4 WiFi courtyard Nespresso
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Stunning cottage in Conwy with optional hot tub!
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GlynDwr; "Water of the Valley"
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Cosy 19thCentury Fishermans Cottage close to Conwy
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CONWY COTTAGE // COSY 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE IN CONWY NEAR SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK, NORTH WALES
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The Old Toll House - Built 1820 by Thomas Telford
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Unique Castle Views in Medieval Conwy Town
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Romantic retreat, country cottage, North Wales
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Spectacular castle, estuary and mountain views
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Isallt cottage, Conwy, medieval castle and beach

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25 Deganwy Beach- Sea Facing
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Fabulous views, castle, sea, mountain dogs welcome
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Holiday Haven in Beautiful Conwy
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Ty Ni , 2 bed house perfect to explore North Wales
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No 7 Railway Cottage, Conwy
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Aldersyde.500m walk to town, sunny garden,spacious
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Modern and Cosy home in North Wales
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18 Deganwy Beach- 5 minute walk to the beach!
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TY PEN Y BRYN
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Stylish countryside converted vestry near Conwy
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Bryn Mawr
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Tyddyn Derwen

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Quiet and comfort house for tourists and others.
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Guest Suite. Snowdonia, Conwy and North Wales.
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Hendre Waelod Luxury Hut, Conwy
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Cottage with Castle View, Conwy
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Excellent view of Conwy from your own balcony
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Wern Cottage- 5 * Rated 2 bedroom cottage
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Spacious house near all amenities with parking
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Ysgubor Newydd at Bryn Tudur Farm
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Llanryan Conwy Llandudno 5km Beach No Pets
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Conwy Castle 5 mins spotless sleeps 6 whole house
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Deganwy Beach - 3 bedroom house
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Frankcot is a lovely house great for families.

Your guide to Conwy

Welcome to Conwy

Boasting one of Wales’ grandest castles, a pretty harbour, and a stunning suspension bridge, the sight of Conwy on arrival is hard to beat. It sits in the middle of North Wales, a few miles from the mouth of the wide river from which the town takes its name. The handsome Victorian resort of Llandudno is five miles across the water, while the peaks of Snowdonia sit to its south.

Conwy Castle is especially glorious. Its eight towers can be climbed for stunning views, as can 13 others on the remarkably preserved medieval walls that still enclose the town. The quayside is especially lovely, dotted with locals and visitors enjoying ice cream, fish and chips, and the local pubs. It’s also home to a famous local landmark, the smallest house in Great Britain, and other old buildings you can visit, such as the gorgeous Aberconwy House, a 14th-century Tudor treasure, and the stunning Elizabethan mansion Plas Mawr.


How do I get around Conwy?

Conwy is on the North Wales Coastal Line, which travels west to Holyhead (52 mins) for sea transport. Going east, the train line runs direct to Birmingham International (BHX) airport (3.5 hours), while a change at Chester or Crewe takes you straight to Manchester Airport (MAN), South Wales, or London Euston. Arriva Wales and Llew Jones Coaches run local buses to nearby towns, or the open-top Llandudno & Conwy Hop-On Hop-Off Tour bus is a fun option on sunny days. Each ticket is valid for 24 hours. Bikes are another great way to enjoy the area. National Cycle Route 5 goes along the quay, travelling east to Llandudno and up the Great Orme, a huge headland that rises out of the sea, and west to Aberconwy and Penmaenmawr beaches. The nearest airport is Liverpool John Lennon (LJL), just over an hour’s drive away.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Conwy?

Summers are a big hit for this pretty harbour town and often mean warm weather, but never forget your raincoat and umbrella when you’re visiting North Wales. Every July, the Conwy River Festival hosts on-the-water and quayside events for all ages, with old-fashioned fairground rides and food market stalls. The Gwledd Conwy Feast is a popular international food festival held in high season, throwing art and music into the mix. Conwy is a wonderful retreat in autumn and winter and a great time to check out the town’s upscale restaurants. As winter turns into spring, the North Wales Choir Festival is held here, providing a warm welcome in view of the hillsides, and a great time to cozy up in one of Conwy’s holiday cottages.


What are the top things to do in Conwy?

The Smallest House in Britain

Get your photo taken outside the red-painted front of this tiny two-storey terrace on the quayside: it’s an unavoidable rite of passage for any new Conwy visitor. At only three metres high, and just under two metres wide, it’s a tight squeeze to get inside. (Unbelievably, its last occupant was a lofty local fisherman who was 1.9 metres tall.)

Royal Cambrian Academy

This Victorian institution is an unique, self-funded academy celebrating Welsh art, supporting 150 practising sculptors, painters, printmakers, and architects. Its small permanent collection focuses on portraiture, while its annual open competition showcases contemporary talent.

Conwy Water Gardens

Four miles out of town, just inside Snowdonia National Park, you’ll find nature trails, lakes, woods, and waterfalls, plus basking otters if you’re lucky, and Dutch pancakes in its cafe.