North Wales Coast Express

Dominated by its impressive medieval castle, the World Heritage Site of Conwy is a fantastic, bustling town. The castle walls wrap themselves around a town which offers much to visitors, including a lovely marina, many fairs and festivals, specialist and national shops, quality restaurants and traditional pubs. The ‘Smallest House In Britain’ is also to be found here; measuring 72 inches wide by 122 inches high, this unique house was occupied until 1900. Take a boat trip on the estuary, walk the walls, climb the towers, or relax for a coffee on the quayside.g. Or why not play Golf? The Conwy golf club is located 400 metres from the house and has been home for the Ryder Cup Wales Seniors Open for the past two years and the venue for the prestigious European Amateur Team Championship during July 2009.
There is a RSPB bird reserve located about 1 mile form the house and there is a bus that can take you there. Just a short drive or train ride from the town can be found the Snowdonia National Park, National Trust, Bodnant Gardens, historic houses, sandy beaches, the Isle of Anglesey and stunning scenery. Take a look at the Visit Wales website for more ideas of what to do in Conwy.

 
This video has images from Conwy, Conwy Valley and Llandudno, it will give you a feeling of what you might do if you come and stay at Aberconwy Cottage.
 

 

Watch this great video if you want to know more about the Heritage of Wales, it has some aerial views of Conwy Castle and the town walls.

 

Wales is famous for stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. Snowdonia National Park, situated in North Wales, boasts breathtaking mountain scenery, crystal clear lakes and cascading waterfalls. Climb Snowdon, which at 1085m is Wales’ highest mountain, or travel to the summit in style on the Snowdon Mountain Railway. Alternatively, why not sample the beautiful green valley of Llangollen by steam train or from a leisurely horse-drawn canal boat. In July, the annual Llangollen Eisteddfod transforms the town into a unique centre of international music and dance, attracting musicians and singers from across the globe. You could also explore the beautiful coastline, safe sandy beaches & watersports of the Lleyn Peninsula, as well as Colwyn Bay, historic Conwy, Victorian Llandudno or the Isle of Anglesey on the north coast.