Sandwiched between the larger regions of Denbighshire (Clwyd) and Gwynedd is the borough of Conwy. This is an exquisite slice of Welsh countryside. Stretching from the heart of the Snowdonia National Park to the centre of the North Wales coast. It is a county of diversity and adventure. The mountains continue all the way up its spine to the seaside resorts of Llandudno, Colwyn Bay.
Best Cheap Hotels Conwy
“Set deep in the countryside, enjoying nature and the peace and quiet of our divine location. Just a few miles from Abergele, tucked away in a beautiful spot. We invite romantic couples and those who simply want to experience a thoroughly charming and select time away from it all.”
Holyhead Road, Betws-y-coedrooms from £89.00 View Prices
“Pretty and charming location in our idyllic village in the heart of the Conwy Valley. Everything you could wish for as you choose to spend quality time with your loved ones in our glorious countryside setting. We welcome you warmly in true Welsh tradition.”
Betws-Y-Coed, Betws-y-coedrooms from £70.00 View Prices
“Beautiful location in a charming rural village setting, enjoying a picturesque outlook here in the Conwy Valley. A warm Welsh welcome as you choose to stay at the Lodge. Surrounded in glorious countryside, the Carneddau Mountains and close to the Snowdonia National Park.”
Tal-Y-Bont, Conwyrooms from £79.00 View Prices
“Choosing a charming and comfortable location in the heart centre of Llandudno in a well appointed and elegant setting. We welcome you warmly to the St Georges Hotel in true Welsh hospitality and feel sure you will enjoy the uninterrupted views over the ocean. ”
St George's Place, The Promenade, Llandudnorooms from £92.10 View Prices
“Comfortable and central position here in the heart of Llandudno. Set in our Victorian town house with elegance and style, you are treated to an array of fine living and an easy going atmosphere. Professional and helpful team of staff and all the modern amenities you will require. ”
The Promenade, Llandudnorooms from £105.00 View Prices
“Super spot to choose here in Llandudno, as you overlook the bay and ocean and relax in comfortable and well appointed ensuite rooms. Whether its a weekend away, short break or your choice for the summer holidays you will be made most welcome and taken very good care of.”
Happy Valley Road, Llandudnorooms from £29.00 View Prices
“Super spot for the summertime holiday with the family - close to the beaches and enjoying fabulous views. Good rates and quality accommodation where you can make the most of the super surroundings. A warm welcome from our team of dedicated and well trained staff.”
St George Cresent Main Promenade, Llandudnorooms from £34.00 View Prices
“Delightfully peace and relaxing, set in the charming countryside of Conwy Valley. We offer a place of peace and tranquillity in idyllic surroundings where you can totally unwind with your loved ones. A warm welcome awaits all our guests where you will find a home from home atmosphere.”
Station Road, Llanrwstrooms from £85.50 View Prices
“Exquisite location set in the heart of Conwyn Valley, we are situated on the outer perimeter of the Snowdonia National Park, enjoying gorgeous gardens and surroundings. The perfect place for a quiet weekend away with that special someone. Delightful 13th century Cistercian Monastery.”
Maenan Llanrwst, Llanrwstrooms from £65.00 View Prices
The county capital of Conwy, the town of the same name, has remained an impressive sight for centuries. This is partially thanks to its Edwardian castle and surviving city walls. In fact the historic walls still form an almost unbroken casing around the old settlement.
While the coujnty coast is home to the majority of the towns, the south still offers a handful of destinations nestled within the deep valleys of Snowdonia. Llanrwst and Betws-y-Coed are arguably two of the most picturesque. The former sitting on the edge of Gwydyr Forest and the latter at the counties heart.
As well as being a haven for wildlife, the area provides excellent walking, hiking, riding and cycling territory. All of these are set in a glorious background of waterfalls and ancient oak woodland.
Along its western border, the county also boasts some of the park's highest mountains (Carnedd Llywelwyn at 1064 metres, and Dafydd at 1044). These form a spectacular natural boundary with neighbouring Gwynedd.