Visiting Llandudno, Colwyn Bay and Conwy

Conwy County homes several beautiful towns, including Llandudno, Colwyn Bay and Conwy, some of the major towns in the area that are very close to one another. These towns are popular amongst tourists due to the natural beauty and features they are lucky enough to hold, making themselves very appealing towards visitors.

Llandudno is a seaside resort located within the Conwy county borough in North Wales, and is the most popular town amongst tourists due to the wealth of attractions and activities, along with the natural beauty and location Llandudno lies on.

Llandudno boasts a brilliant range of activities and attractions including the sweeping promenade next to the stunning sea front, the Victorian buildings – including the wonderful pier, the Great Orme that hosts a wonderful walk, tram climb or cable car facility, with a place to relax at the summit to take in the wonderful views, the North Wales theatre – “Venue Cymru”, which is home to many top and local productions and concerts that are well worth a watch, a great range of shops catering for everyone on the high street and new “Parc Llandudno” shopping centre and so much more.

If you are looking for a lovely Llandudno hotel for a few nights or even longer then Lauriston Court is a popular hotel located on the promenade offering amazing views and is within close proximity to all local amenities.

For those that prefer to stay in Self Catering Llandudno accommodation the storehouse cottage is a lovely venue on the outskirts of Llandudno close adjacent to one of Llandudno most popular country pubs.

Colwyn Bay is another seaside resort town that lies within the Conwy country borough, and is also popular amongst visiting tourists from all over the country, to visit some of the brilliant attractions and range of activities that can be done when in Colwyn Bay.

Colwyn Bay has many activities and attractions to choose from to use up your time on your visit in a fun way. Attractions such as the Victoria Pier by the wonderful beach and promenade that Colwyn Bay claims, Eirias Park; which homes a wonderful play park perfect for children, a lake that is open for peddle boats in the summer months, and several sports facilities for games such as football, tennis and bowls, with lots more sporting activities located in the Leisure Centre within Eirias Park; and the Welsh Mountain Zoo, which is a guaranteed fun day out whether you go alone, with friends or with family.

Conwy is a walled town located within the walls of Conwy Castle, which were built between 1283 and 1289 as part of Edward I of England’s conquest of the principality of Wales. Conwy is very popular amongst visitors as the fabulous history it bares, as well as the wealth of attractions and activities it has within the town.

Some of the attractions include the Conwy Castle, which is open to visit, allowing you to walk around the historic walls, the interesting smallest house in Britain – located on the Conwy quay, measuring at just 3.05 metres x 1.8 metres. The Butterfly Jungle is a popular place to visit for families and friends, where you can walk around a haven of butterflies, where some will even land on you. Plas Mawr is another house open to the public, as it Is of Elizabethan origin built in 1576 by the Wynn family, which has of late has been refurbished and is open to visits for the public. The river Conwy offers some lovely walks and is located in close proximity to Deganwy Marina, which is always a stunning sight for any visitor.