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Conwy is a small market town nestled beside the shimmering River Conwy on the northern coast of Wales. The town is surrounded by old-world fortress walls, and towered over by the black-stone turrets of Medieval Conwy Castle. Conwy is home to a dazzling array of whimsical architectural wonders, including the smallest house in Britain. With a proud local culture - evident in the frequent outdoor markets - and an endlessly intriguing heritage, this seaside town makes for an offbeat and relaxing holiday.

Things to see

As you walk through Conwy’s narrow meandering streets, you’ll be treated to views of the castle, which stands like a mighty ruined palace above the red-roofed houses below. Walk into the castle’s soft green courtyard, and be amazed at the huge rocky walls, moss-covered turrets and hollow corridors, where the bright Conwy sun projects dazzling patterns through the arching windows. After, amble along the medieval suspension bridge - which adjoins Conwy Castle - watching the white-washed fishing boats ebb in the gentle river, and taking in the sight of Conwy’s Medieval town walls. As the afternoon rolls on, head to the town centre, and pay a visit to Conwy’s remarkable historic houses. Start at Plas Mawr, a smooth-stoned Elizabethan townhouse with an authentic 16th century interior. Then, visit the smallest house in Britain - a playful attraction where you can explore its tiny rooms.

Hotels in Conwy

Central Conwy offers a selection of resplendent 4-star guesthouses, where butler-like service, refined rooms and paradisal green grounds are in abundance. The guesthouses are set in traditional white-washed Georgian buildings, which will add a historic touch to your stay. Treat yourself to an indulgent holiday at one of the Conwy hotels and spas, which provide other-worldly relaxation through their in-house jacuzzis, saunas and swimming pools. For surprisingly affordable accommodation, a wide array of 3-star B&Bs surround Conwy, offering comfortable rooms complete with the modern amenities of WiFi and flat-screen televisions.

Where to stay

Conwy’s quaint size means that wherever you stay in the town, you’ll be within walking distance of the grand castle and central streets. Staying in Conwy means giving yourself over to the local charm, where bustling weekend markets hide rare bargains, and the smooth pebbled bay echoes with the sounds of jovial fisherman. Whether you seek an Eden-like retreat or crave the wild Welsh outdoors, Gwydyr Forest park - with its deep woods and lyrical birdsong - is for you. For a touch more urban energy and a resort-town vibe, stay in nearby Llandudno, which boasts vast stretches of golden sands.

How to get to Conwy

Conwy’s quaint railway station provides regular local services to the surrounding towns and villages. If arriving by rail, take the train to Llandudno - which offers services throughout Wales and England, including Cardiff and London - and catch a connecting service to Conwy. Conwy is also easily accessed by car, as it rests at the intersection of the east to west A55, and north to south A470. Conwy’s curving cobbled streets makes it a pleasant walking city, but if you want to explore the nearby Gwydyr Forest Park and Snowdonia National Park, having your own car is convenient.