The town of Conwy is vibrant and there is always something going on. Here is an overview of Conwy Town and links to further information to help you plan your stay.
Conwy Castle and Walls
Conwy is famous for its walled town and ancient castle – See our page about the castle and walls and watch an impressive aerial video of the castle.
Smallest House in Britain
This tiny little house is open to the public and for a small fee you can enter and have a look round. You might have to duck if you are tall. The tiny house was once owned by a fisherman who was 6ft tall. See more on their website >
Bodlondeb Woods Local Nature Reserve
This hidden gem lies between Bodlondeb Park and the southern bank of the Conwy Estuary with good footpaths from the town. See more on their website >
Take a Journey on the Sight Seeing Tour Bus
This tour is a 24 hour ticket so you can hop on and hop off as you please. This open top double decker has 12 stops in and around Conwy and Llandudno. See more on their website >
Visit the Quay Side
There is plenty to see and do here. From eating ice cream and fish and chips, to sitting watching the estuary. There are often food fairs and activities along the quay as well as a small bit of sandy beach for the kids.
Great for getting some fresh air and exercise with tennis courts, a cricket field and pavilion, football field, a children’s play area, accessible paths, seating, toilets and a walled allotment. See their website for more details >
Boat Sightseeing Tours
If you fancy seeing Conwy from the water, there are regular boat trips run by a local family run business setup in 1950. See their website for more details >
Is there more?
There is a lot more to Conwy and its surrounding areas. For more information keep an eye on our blog for news and events. Also, join our mailing list to be kept up-to-date of what’s going on and special offers on our cottages.
Here are some links to help you learn more about Conwy and surrounding areas.