Things to do
Conwy’s medieval walls are some of the best preserved in the world, and Conwy Castle, developed in the 13th century is a potent reminder of Wales’ turbulent history. Britain’s smallest house is also tucked away on the Quayside.
Located on the North Eastern tip of Snowdonia National Park, with the River Conwy forming the picturesque Bay of Conwy in the centre of the town, the area makes a good base for active community members.
The town is just a 20 minute bus journey from the seaside escape of Llandudno.