Cheap Hotels in Conwy
In the foothills of the Snowdonia National Park, this Edwardian country house boasts beautiful rooms, a candlelit restaurant and superb leisure facilities including an indoor heated pool. Just outside the medieval walled town of Conwy, Sychnant Pass Country House is only 2.4 miles Conwy Castle and Llandudno resort is just 16 minutes' drive away. Each en suite room is individually decorated and comes with a TV, tea/coffee making facilities, a fridge, waffle dressing gowns, slippers and large soft towels. The impressive leisure and relaxation facilities include a heated indoor pool, a sauna, a gym, a solarium and an outdoor terrace with a hot tub. The candlelit restaurant offers fine dining with high quality cuisine every day of the week.
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Hotels in Conwy
Wales is a country of deep, gorgeous valleys and dramatic peaks with a proud people whose heritage is rooted in an ancient and distinct culture. Castles abound in Wales, with more fortified ruins per square mile than anywhere else in the world, their mighty stone edifices dominating many towns and cities across the principality. Conwy is no different, having an impressive castle perched on craggy cliffs overlooking a beautiful beach. One of Britain's finest medieval towns, Conwy is quintessential Wales, full of quirky sights, thriving culture and easy access to mountain ranges with stunning natural vistas. Conwy hotels offer comforSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION accommodation, catering to all budgets and requirements.
Sights to see
Step back in time with a visit to Plas Mawr, a genteel Elizabethan townhouse and architectural gem. Dating from the 16th century, the house is a symbol of a prosperous golden age. You'll discover the height of Tudor sophistication in the exquisite Great Hall as well as the spectacular kitchen with many of its original furnishings. Relive the feasts and lavish lifestyle enjoyed by the Welsh gentry in this fabulous old house full of interesting features.
When in Conwy, you cannot miss the town's grandiose and formidable castle. A walk around these splendid ruins will ignite your imagination and take your breath away. The 13th-century walls are an impressive solid mass of stone. Immense, pristine and still intimidating, they give the impression that, even now, they protect Conwy's inhabitants.
The castle itself is beautifully imposing and provides a dramatic backdrop to the town. Rising from the craggy rocks of the shore, Conwy's castle exudes military strength and is arguably the most magnificent of Edward I's castle projects. For the best views, head to the battlements for a sublime panorama of the sea and distant mountains.
Conwy is home to the smallest house in Britain. To appreciate its miniscule scale, you have to see it to believe it. A unique local curiosity, the house is only 10 feet high and barely 6 feet across and has been lived in since the 16th century. Outside, there is usually an amiable old lady wearing traditional welsh clothing. From here, you can enjoy a lovely scenic walk along Conwy Quay with easy access to the secluded beach.
Conwy is a lively community with a variety of gastronomic options to explore. The Blue Bell is a homely pub with a welcoming atmosphere and large beer garden. Meanwhile, you'll be treated to warm cheer and fantastic ales the Albion Ale House.
With the mountains visible from your hotel, a brisk walk among the towering peaks is hard to resist. Canyoning and repelling adventures are also available whilst you can discover your wild side at the Welsh Mountain Zoo. With bears, chimps and leopards all living incongruously in the lush Welsh countryside, you'll quickly learn to cherish the unique delights of Conwy.
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