A great way to enjoy this area is by staying in one of the many Conwy holiday cottages in this picturesque corner of Wales. Conwy is a small North coast borough of Wales most famous for Conwy Castle which forms part of the walled town and was built by Edward1 of England. The town also has a suspension bridge designed by Thomas Telford. The surrounding region is full of beautiful countryside, ideal for long walks with the dog. Conwy liest at the western end of the magnificent Snowdonian Moiuntains. Take a trip to the top Mount Snowdon, either on foot or on the old Victorian 'Rack-and-Pinion' train.
This large, family friendly holiday home in North Wales sleeps 12 guests in 5 bedrooms just a few yards from the beach in Rhos on Sea with Colwyn Bay as its neighbour. With a large and well-equipped games room and secure rear garden, combine beach holidays with days out in Snowdonia. Pets welcome.
- Sleeps 12
- Bedrooms 5
- Bathrooms 4
Standing close to Llandudno's pier and beaches, Lisboa is a large Victorian Holiday Home on the North Wales Coast which accepts pets. This nicely presented mid-Terraced house sleeps 16 in 6 bedrooms. It is perfect for a traditional seaside holiday or for day's out exploring Snowdonia.
- Sleeps 16
- Bedrooms 6
- Bathrooms 4
This is a Welsh beauty! A large 16-bedroom pet friendly holiday property with off-road parking sleeping up to 59 guests on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in Penmaenmawr. Located on the North Wales coast near Conwy, Mountain View is just a 10-minute walk from the beach.
- Sleeps 59
- Bedrooms 16
- Bathrooms 12
Railway enthusiasts or just families with children will find much to fill a day at the Conwy Railway Museum, in the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed. The museum features, train rides, artefacts, miniature engines, model railways, as well as tram rides and a set of dodgems. The nearby Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno will easily fill a day or more of your holiday. As well as it’s long beach and promenade, it has first class theatre (Venu Cymru) and multi-screen cinema facilities, some great shops, and cable car rides to the top of the Great Orme, the large headland in whose lee, Llandudno nestles. Finish your day at Enoch’s Fish and Chips, run by a local fish merchant whose reputation is such that his regulars travel from miles around