Conwy Valley & Denbighshire

Most of the areas that we have featured within this website stand alone, but then there’s some of the thirteen areas that are featured, we have merged together, as they are so great, they all simply need showing off. This particular section on our website is one of those I am talking about. The huge area that makes up the Conwy Valley & Denbighshire section, spans from Prestatyn to Penmaenmawr and features some great little towns along the way. Take Llandudno for instance, once crowned the Queen of all Welsh holiday resorts this once great Victorian destination did, and still does, manage to pull in the crowds from far and wide. Speaking of pulling in the crowds from far and wide, leads me very nicely onto Conwy. This walled Bastion of a town complete with its quaint fishing quay, always seems to have visitors come rain or shine. Then there is Rhyl, this end of the pier style holiday destination with its sandy beaches and amusement arcades, has them flocking from all over the Midlands and the Northwest primarily. Not forgetting of course the unsung hero that is Llangollen. This small town, as far as I am concerned is the jewel in Denbighshire’s crown, a town that can still manage to pull in the crowds most weekends in the winter, has to be applauded. So you see, you cannot fail to be hugely spoilt for choice in this area. Not only has it got some great attractions to visit, but the locations themselves truly are attractions in their own right!

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Rhyl Sun Centre
Rhyl Sun Centre
There are no extra costs for our rides, all charges are included in the admission price - if you dare, try the BLACK Thunder, pick up an inflatable and go for the Buzz...
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Signatures Restaurant
Signatures Restaurant
Choose from a selection of mouth-watering, contemporary British dishes - all freshly prepared and created before your eyes by Executive Chef, Jimmy Williams and his team of highly ...
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Smallest House in Great Britain
Smallest House in Great Britain
The Smallest House in Great Britain is a tourist attraction on the quay in Conwy, North Wales. The 3.05 metre by 1.8 metre (10 feet by 6 feet) structure was used as a residence from the 16th century until May 1900. ...
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Split Willow Restaurant
Split Willow Restaurant
The Split Willow is in the small town of Llanfairfechan, just off the A55 and located midway between Bangor and Conwy; with our location, a new large car park,...
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Storehouse Cottage
Storehouse Cottage
Bed and Breakfast / Self Catering Holiday cottage suitable for romantic weekend breaks close to the popular Victorian seaside town of Llandudno. Charming, cosy,...
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Surf Snowdonia
Surf Snowdonia
Surf Snowdonia is an exciting new surfing and water sports park to be built in the village of Dolgarrog, in the beautiful Conwy Valley of North Wales. Set in the foothills of the Snowdonia ...
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Swallow Falls Complex
Swallow Falls Complex
In the middle of Snowdonia National Park opposite the magnificent Swallow Falls, in Betws-y-Coed, North Wales. This historic coaching inn consists of 19 refurbished hotel bedrooms with additional ...
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Sychnant Pass Country House
Sychnant Pass Country House
Located at the edge of the Snowdonia National park, in three acres of beautiful gardens, Sychnant Pass House features an indoor swimming pool and an outdoor hot tub....
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The Albert
The Albert
The Albert is a popular, family run pub and restaurant based in the heart of Llandudno, in fabulous North Wales! The Albert prides itself on its wide variety and choice of real ales, and its CAMRA ...
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The Black Lion Hotel
The Black Lion Hotel
The Black Lion itself has so much to offer. Not only are the views outside beautiful but inside we have created a warm and welcoming place to drink, dine and stay. From top quality food that is ...
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The Cliffbury Guest House
The Cliffbury Guest House
The Cliffbury Guest House Llandudno offers award winning high quality 4 Star bed and breakfast accommodation in Llandudno North Wales in fresh, modern and stylish surroundings. The Gold Star ...
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The Copper Kettle
The Copper Kettle
Family run business, established for 15 years. Open for light lunches, and snacks or full meals. Excellent value for money, locally sourced food where available. Friendly...
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The Cottage Loaf
The Cottage Loaf
The Cottage Loaf has all the character, charm and looks of a traditional village inn, rather oddly though you'll find it nestled down a back street in the centre of Llandudno…...
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The Empire Hotel & Spa
The Empire Hotel & Spa
The Empire Hotel in Llandudno comprises of a main building with 54 rooms, 2 restaurants, bar, health spa, gym, indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools with sauna, steam room and ...
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The Epperstone Hotel
The Epperstone Hotel
At The Epperstone, we have a selection of Single, Double, Twin and Family rooms available. All of the rooms are En-Suite, allowing all guests perfect privacy....
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The Grafton
The Grafton
The Grafton is situated on Llandudno’s Promenade and offers stunning sea views, rooms with modern en-suites, free WiFi and free parking. A wide choice of breakfast is served in the modern s...
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The Gresham
The Gresham
At The Gresham, we specialise in wonderful, tasty Mediterranean food. We love the idea of Tapas and getting together to share food. Please call upfront to reserve a table, as we get booked up ...
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The Groes Inn
The Groes Inn
Set in the beautiful North Wales countryside, The Groes is a wonderful example of a traditional British Inn. Blending the warm welcome of a local pub with delicious...
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