Eating, Drinking and Entertainment
Eating and Drinking
At the heart of the Marina Village you can enjoy a wide variety of meals and drinks at the ever popular Mulberry pub restaurant.
On the edge of the Village you will find a warm welcome as either a Playing Member or Social Member at the Conwy Golf Club bar. Along with a good variety of drinks, a fine selection of freshly prepared meals and snacks are available in the bar area at competitive prices throughout the day.
A few minutes walk from the Village is Signatures restaurant, winner of the Best Welsh Restaurant Award. Executive Chef Jimmy creates mouth watering dishes and tweaks the menu on a regular basis, giving plenty of variety to all.
In Conwy itself you really are spoilt for choice with a wide selection of restaurants, bars and cafés to cater for every taste and budget. Many are highly rated on Tripadvisor, the best source of up-to-date information.
Just 2 miles away from the Marina Village is the Llandudno Junction Retail Park where a multi-screen Cineworld Cinema is located.
In Llandudno, Venue Cymru is a theatre, conference centre and arena. As North Wales' leading entertainment location, Venue Cymru hosts an endless stream of plays, musicals, films, films, talks, workshops and sporting events. Browse the web site and be amazed at the variety of events just 5 miles from the Marina Village.
A little further afield in Caernafon is Galeri Caernarfon, a £7.5m development officially opened in April 2005 and recently extended. Galeri's artistic programme includes a range of art-forms including theatre, film, music, dance, talks, literature, exhibitions, workshops and short courses. Between 400 – 500 events are organised annually, with ticket sales of over 40,000.
The new Conwy Culture Centre is less than 1 mile from the Marina Village. It's an inspiring new facility for Conwy, attracting interest from across North Wales. It contains the county archive, an area library, heritage exhibitions, a community arts hub, meeting room, and café.
But there is a whole variety of more low-key culture and entertainment - from the Aberconwy Historical Society and Deganwy History Group through to the Conwy "Nobby" restoration project on the Quay and Conwy Tours with Dilwyn Roberts.