Must-Do List of Attractions to Visit in Conwy

It is rare to find so many things to do in a small town, but when you visit Conwy, you will find you are spoilt for the things to do due to a wide variety of top attractions available. From ancient monuments to the gorgeous scenery, and top it off most of the activities in Conwy are family-friendly; you are sure to fall in love with this town and want to return time and time again. You can do just that with our Wales holiday homes for sale, take a look at what’s available now!Conwy Castle Climb one of the eight towers which are part of Conwy Castle to get a stunning view of Conwy and then explore the many rooms of the inner and outer wards. For free, you can also explore the wider castle walls with their 21 towers that enclose the whole town of Conwy. Quay House Quay House has been named as the smallest house in Britain, and the red painted house has just one room up and down the stairs. It measures just 3.05m X 1.83m and was last lived in by Robert Jones who was 6ft 3 inches tall! Squeeze in – one person at a time – to see what it would be like to live in Britain’s smallest house. Bodnant Garden On the outskirts of Conwy is the beautiful Bodnant Garden. The expansive lawns, intimate corners, grand ponds and impressive terraces, located in a wooded valley and with a stream is a gorgeous place to visit, especially during the summer months, when the flowers and trees are blooming. Bodnant Garden is one of Wales’ best and a great place to relax with the whole family. Conwy Quay Conwy Marina and Quay is a great place to sit and simply watch the world go by, whether it’s with fish and chips from the chippy or a cold pint at the Liverpool Arms. Wander around the area seeing the various boats, the RNLI boathouse or just take in the view. Conwy Mountain Drive over the Sychant Pass, park up and have a stroll along the network of paths around the picturesque lakes. Hike up to the summit to be rewarded with amazing views out to sea and towards Snowdonia, and walk around the Iron Age hillfort. Keep an eye out for the wildlife too, such as ravens and choughs. The Albion Ale House This pub, dating back to the 1920s, has the best of the locally brewed beer and lager and offers a cosy, relaxed atmosphere for its drinkers. The Guardian newspaper has also named it as one of the best pubs in the world! RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve On a sunny day, head to RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve to spot all sorts of wildlife. There are many birds who have made their home here, as well the migratory birds who pass through. The place is great for the whole family, and there is usually an event taking place, such as guided walks and bird watching and activities for the younger children. Image by Rude Health, Jeff Buck

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