RSPB Conwy

Attractions in Conwy

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RSPB Conwy

Attractions

Situated on the banks of the Conwy estuary, with magnificent views of Snowdonia and Conwy Castle, this reserve is delightful at any time of year. Discover frogs, dragonflies and butterflies in Summer, or marvel at thousands of water birds on the estuary in Winter. RSPB Conwy is a great place to get close to wildlife, to spend time with family and friends, or just take time out in fantastic scenery. There’s a network of pushchair-friendly trails with viewpoints and hides to make the most of your visit and plenty of information about the species that you may see. Perhaps you’ll meet one of our friendly volunteer wildlife guides who can help you discover just a little bit more? At the Welcome Hut in the car park, you receive a warm welcome and all the information that you will need for your visit. We have activities that involve the whole family, such as Wildlife Bingo, encouraging you to look out for nature as you walk the trails. The Coffee Shop is a great place for a light lunch or afternoon tea, with views across the lagoon to the Carneddau Mountains. You can find the perfect gift in the Visitor Centre and check out the RSPB website for loads of events. There is a play space for children to enjoy too!

Review

“ And sore must be the storm - That could abash the little Bird. That kept so many warm” - Emily Dickinson.

If the closest you ever get to experiencing wildlife is the pigeon on your windowsill, then a visit to an RSPB reserve is an outstanding opportunity that should never be missed. In fact, it’s a magical experience for all, even the knowledgeable ornithologist, and RSPB Conwy nature reserve is one of the best. A wonderful example of how nature reclaims everything, what started life as debris from material dug out during constructing the A55 road tunnel, has become home to a vast variety of wildlife. All year round, nature reveals her inner beauty to all, weaving a magical spell that bewitches young and old. During winter months, the sky is alive with the beating of wings, as tens of thousands of starlings return home. A wonder not to be missed!

- Top 100 Review
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Contact Us

Junction 18 A55, , Llandudno Junction,
Conwy, Conwy , LL31 9XZ

01492 584091

http://www.rspb.org.uk/conwy

[email protected]

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Enochs Fish & Chips(Llandudno Junction)

Established in 1969 by local fish merchant Arthur Enoch Hughes, Enochs fish and chips is nothing less than a Institution, familiar to locals and a traditional stopping place for visitors. In 2006

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Johnny Dough’s at The Bridge

What started out as a seedling of an idea in the mind of a young man, has flourished and sprung into an ever expanding olive tree of success for Johnny Dough's Wood Fired Pizza

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L's Coffee & Book Shop

L's Coffee & Bookshop is a great little shop with lot's of character.With nearby parking in the castle hotel, together with great food and a warm welcome, you will not be

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Johnny Dough’s at The Bridge

What started out as a seedling of an idea in the mind of a young man, has flourished and sprung into an ever expanding olive tree of success for Johnny Dough's Wood Fired Pizza

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Castle Hotel

Set in a 300 year old coaching inn, Castle Hotel is a mile from Conwy Marina. Offering free parking and free WiFi, the hotel has elegant bedrooms and a traditional restaurant.

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Gwynfryn Bed & Breakfast

Gwynfryn B&B and Refrectory is situated in a converted 19th Century Welsh Methodist Chapel located within the cobbled streets of the historical walled town of Conwy,