We have over 30 years of experience in the art of wining and dining our guests. We know that the buzzy atmosphere which is key to any bistro-style restaurant, is in fact the sound of a room full of happy, relaxed, well-fed people, making merry in good company. Since we opened in 1988, Paysanne has been an award-winning family business specialising in the noble art of filling tummies and topping up glasses. David Hughes, our chef has been honing his talents at the pass since 2009, carrying on our mantra of serving simply cooked, lovingly prepared food to nourish both the stomach and the soul.
The original patrons moved to France in 2003, handing the reins to their son Cai. However, they still continue their tradition of seeking out interesting wines that rarely get exported to the UK, and shipping them up to us. Follow us on the socials to hereabout any upcoming special nights - Lobster & Frites is a summer speciality - and even a Jazz Night or two. We hope very much that you’ll join us soon.
We are now offering up a holiday property for you to enjoy a well-earned rest. The apartment above Paysanne has now been renovated into a four star holiday flat for four guests, with breathtaking views across the river into Conwy and Snowdonia. An ideal, central location from which magnificent North Wales can be explored. The flat is comfortably furnished, with one double-room and en suite, and a twin room with a separate bathroom. Sat in the bay window in the lounge, possibly cradling a glass of wine, you can gaze out at the widescreen vista ahead, with Conwy's iconic Castle and bridge to your left and the river teeming with boats leading your view out to sea. Deganwy train station is just across the road, so you don't even have to bring a car. A spacious kitchen is filled with everything you need to feed you and your fellow travellers, and if you don't feel like cooking, there's a pretty decent restaurant on the ground floor! Check out the information on our website if you feel like you deserve a treat. You do, you know.
147 Station Road
Deganwy, Conwy , LL31 9EJ
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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.
The Elizabethan era. A golden age? Think Renaissance and Shakespeare. Think Plas Mawr. An Elizabethan gem worth its weight in gold. The finest town house of its