Things to see and do - Conwy
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Conwy Travel guide
Conwy : Michelin's recommendations
Set at the mouth of an estuary against a backdrop of mountains, Conwy is a captivating sight. The town boasts a castle bristling with towers and ramparts, as well as an old town on the banks of a river crossed by many bridges. Founded by King Edward I, the town was laid out on a rectangular grid within its ramparts, at the foot of the garrisoned castle.
Tourist attractions Conwy : Things to see and do
Conwy Castle, a masterpiece of medieval architecture, was supplied from the sea, as were the other Welsh castles built by Edward I (king from 1272 to 1307). It was built between 1283 and 1287. Eight massive drum towers with pinnacled battlements prot..
Bodnant Garden (40ha), laid out around one hundred years ago, offers the visitor formal terraces around the house and The Dell, an area of shrubbery and woodland walks. Noted for rhododendrons, camellias and magnolias, it is also famed for the Laburn..
Conwy's medieval town walls are magnificent. 11m high and 2m thick, they girdle the town on three sides and boast 22 towers and 3 gateways. In the High Street, at the corner of Crown Lane, is Plas Mawr, a superb mansion built in 1577. Aberconwy House..
Deganwy Quay GB - Conwy LL31 9DJ
Prix Prices from : 84 £
This contemporary hotel and day spa complex offers real luxury on the breathtaking Deganwy Marina, with views over the Conwy Estuary. The fully non-smoking hotel has been meticulously designed throughout, and its architecture epitomises cool soph..
The Royal Welsh Way GB - Llandudno LL30 1RS
Prix Prices from : 165 £
Bodysgallen Hall and Spa is a distinguished 17th-century hall set in 200 acres of parkland, with spectacular views of Snowdonia and Conwy Castle, free Wi-Fi and an award-winning restaurant. The spa has a large swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spa b..
Tal-Y-Bont GB - Conwy LL32 8YX
Set in a peaceful rural village in the heart of the spectacular Conwy Valley, this 3-star family-run hotel lies on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, framed by the Carneddau Mountains. The hotel offers a modern bar and 70-seat à la carte resta..
GB - LL32 8TN Conwy
The first licensed house in Wales, dating from 1573, in a great location in the foothills of Snowdonia. An appealing menu offers traditional dishes with the occasional international flavour. Spacious, comfy bedrooms - some with a balcony or terrace; ..
Deganwy Quay GB - LL31 9DJ Deganwy
Aberconwy Resort &Spa GB - LL32 8GA Conwy
Stylish, contemporary restaurant with elegantly laid tables and a well-versed team, in a holiday park close to the sea. Brasserie classics and snacks at lunch; more inventive, modern choices at dinner including chef's 'signature' dishes.
High St GB - LL32 8DB Conwy
GB - LL32 8TP Rowen