Enjoying Conwy

Enjoying Conwy

Owners, tenants and visitors to Conwy Marina Village face a wealth of choice in terms of leisure activities, opportunities for adventure and places to eat and drink. Please browse these pages and click through to further web sites for more information.

The Village benefits from a local micro climate created by the Foehn wind coming over the mountains. Parts of the North Wales coast consistently have the highest recorded January temperatures in the UK. Perhaps surprisingly to many, the coastal strip has less rainfall than much of the South coast of England.

Travelling to and from the Marina Village and around North Wales, whether for pleasure or business, is made easy by first class road, rail and sea facilities.

The A55 provides fast and easy access right along the North Wales coast from Chester to Holyhead, generally running freely and with far less traffic than on similar roads elsewhere in the UK.

North Wales is well served by buses. The 5 and X5 service, operating between Llandudno and Cearnarfon, stops a short walk from the Village while local buses stop in the Village itself. From Llandudno and Cearnarfon buses run in all directions.

From Llandudno Junction railway station there are regular direct services to London, Manchester, Manchester Airport, Warrington, Chester, Crewe, Shrewsbury, Cardiff, Holyhead, Blaenau Ffestiniog and stations between. Liverpool, Birmingham, Glasgow and Edinburgh can be reached with one change. Fares bought on-line can often be surprisingly competitively priced.

Regular car and foot ferry services are operated from Holyhead to Dublin by Stena Line and by Irish Ferries. The £5 day-return summer fare makes a trip to Dublin a great day out.

Conwy River near Conwy Marina Village
Mulberry pub restaurant at Conwy Marina Village