Tir y Coed Country House

Rowen Conwy, Conwy, LL32 8TP, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Conwy

Town Walls

by sue_stone

Conwy is a wall-protected town. Home to some of the best preserved walls in the UK, you can really get a feel for their purpose, with their stone face and open backed design. The walls were built in conjunction with the castle, and were completed in 1286.

Today the walls are still passable, and you can take a walk along many of the sections - which cover a distance of just under a mile. There are 21 towers and 3 of the original gateways still intact. If you are driving in Conwy you may have the good fortune to drive through a couple of these, as we did. Although we didn't get the chance to walk along the ramparts, we did walk alongside the wall for a few sections and marvelled at their good condition.

http://www.castlewales.com/conwytw.html

Aber Falls

by hayward68

After leaving Conwy to stopped off to hike to these falls in the drizzly rain and passed some adorable lambs gambolling in the fields. It's quite a pleasant hike and not at all strenuous, I thoroughly advise making the trip out there.
The falls are "a short distance from the A55 midway between Bangor and
Llanfairfechan. The village name is Abergwyngregyn." That info is straight from Sandysmith ;-)

Conwy's Medieval Walls

by Tom_Fields

In addition to the Castle, Conwy has the most complete medieval walls of any city in the British Isles. They offer some great views of the city, the estuary, and surrounding countryside. About three-fourths of a mile in length, with 22 towers, they make for a splendid scenic walk. Just watch your step--the footing is a bit difficult in some places.

Conwy Bridges

by antistar

Conway might be a very small town, but it has not one, not two but three* bridges linking it with Llandudno. Two of them are also of great historic value. The railway bridge was built by Robert Stephenson in 1849 and was the first tubular bridge ever built. The suspension bridge was built by another engineering legend, Thomas Telford in 1826, and was one of the first of its kind in the world. Both bridges were echoes of bigger bridges which would later span the Menai Strait further along the coast.

Conwy Town

by antistar

The castle protected the small market town of Conwy, and the town obviously has a history as long as the castle itself. That means you should definitely not overlook it. The town is a classic English country town, with tight winding lanes, and houses crammed inside the old medieval walls. Nowadays there are many Welsh people in the town, and a Welsh flag flies proudly above everything, but the whole place has a distinctly English feel to it.

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Address: Rowen Conwy, Conwy, LL32 8TP, United Kingdom