Conwy hosts a wide variety of attractions. From the imposing 13th century castle and walls to the bright red smallest house in Britain there is plenty to see. You can walk around the winding streets and find a fascinating selections of small shops. Not for Conwy the usual big high-street chains. You'll find the award winning Edwards butchers and the retail outlet of antique dealer, Drew Pritchard, of TV fame.
In the high street is Plas Mawr, open daily, and one of the best preserved Elizabethan houses anywhere.
Created from material removed when building the Conwy tunnel, the Conwy RSPB Reserve is one of the finest in Britain. Home to a variety of wildlife, it's a great place to introduce families to nature. You'll always find a warm welcome from the volunteers whether you want to walk around, spend time in the hides or simply enjoy the cafe and shop.
A few hundred meters along the riverside path to Conwy who will find Bodlondeb Woods. Free to access, it's a mixed coniferous and deciduous woodland, rich in wildlife with stunning glimpses of mountains and coast as you walk the woodland paths.