Nestled along the picturesque coastline of North Wales, County Conwy awaits with its timeless beauty, rich history, and breathtaking landscapes. Step back in time as you explore Conwy Castle, a mighty fortress that stands proudly against a backdrop of rolling hills and the sparkling Conwy Estuary. Immerse yourself in the narrow streets of Conwy Town, where medieval walls encircle historic buildings and quaint shops await discovery. Marvel at the natural wonders of Snowdonia National Park, where majestic mountains, cascading waterfalls, and serene lakes create a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Embark on scenic hikes, go mountain biking, or simply breathe in the fresh mountain air. Conwy's coastline offers a serene escape with sandy beaches, rugged cliffs, and panoramic sea views. Whether you are after a coast or country location our Conwy lodges and holiday parks deliver both in spectacular style. With private hot tubs, pet-friendly accommodation, family entertainment and indoor heated swimming pools, that even the British weather can't spoil. So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and check in for a break from the ordinary.
Conwy is a name that is almost unavoidable for visitors to Wales, with a river, castle, valley and county sharing its name. And for those that choose to make the old walled town of Conwy the base for their holiday, there is a wonderful blend of stunning scenery and impressively preserved medieval architecture just waiting to be discovered. The town sits at the end of the Conwy Valley, a lush and diverse landscape with wooded gorges, heather moorlands, mountain pools and waterfalls to explore. Popular with wildlife as well as tourists, the RSPB reserve overlooking the wetlands makes a great day out for bird spotters and nature lovers. Alternatively, you can have a wild day out with the family at Colwyn Bay Mountain Zoo.
If history is your thing, then you’re in for a treat. The imposing Conwy Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is widely regarded as one of the most immaculate European military fortresses, and time has not diminished the statement of strength conveyed by the immense town walls. In direct contrast to the commanding castle, you’ll also find the UK’s smallest house in Conwy. The old dwelling of a local fisherman, the 10-foot by 6-foot building now proves very popular with tourists. Take a leisurely stroll along the Llandudno Promenade, enjoy the thrill of watersports in Colwyn Bay, or relax on the golden sands of Rhos-on-Sea. Delight in the local cuisine, from freshly caught seafood to traditional Welsh dishes. Sample artisanal cheeses, savour ales brewed in historic pubs, and indulge in mouthwatering treats from local bakeries.