Visit Conwy Castle
It’s impossible not to notice Conwy Castle’s significance in the local town. It welcomes you as you cross the bridge over the River Conwy, and the medieval castle walls wrap around the town centre. The castle is open all year round and runs a series of family friendly events and activities. The views of the surrounding area from the castle towers are spectacular.
The annual ‘Conwy Feast’ food festival is a brilliant weekend and one to keep in your diary. It runs in May every year – check the website for specific dates as the exact date changes each year. There are loads of food stalls, food producers, and hot food takeaways – not to mention plenty of drink!
It’s not just food, however, there is live music and entertainment making it brilliant day - and night - out.
Visit Conwy harbour and take a boat trip down the River Conwy
Conwy has a charming working harbour – you can still see fishermen coming and going, catching seafood such as Conwy’s famous mussels.
From the harbour you can enjoy a drink in the sun at the Liverpool Arms, or an ice cream from the ice cream stall. There are also two boats that depart from the harbour, the Queen Victoria and Princess Christine. There is no better way to see the River Conwy and this beautiful stretch of coastline.
Spend a day in Llandudno
Llandudno is hugely popular tourist town located just three miles from Conwy. It has a famous Victorian promenade lined with imposing buildings and a Victorian Pier. There is also a bustling high street and retail park which features local and national shops, plus lots of cafes and restaurants.
Have a beach day at Conwy Morfa
The closest beach is Conwy Morfa. This is a beautiful stretch of golden sand that enjoys the best sunsets in the area, looking over Anglesey, Puffin Island and The Great Orme in Llandudno. It is a great spot to spend sunny days with the family.
Conwy golf course
Located near to Conwy Morfa is Conwy golf course, regarded as one of the finest in the area – which is no small feat in North Wales. It is a Championship class course, meaning it hosts professional tours and tournaments.
Visit the National Trust’s Bodnant Gardens
If you’re looking for a relaxing experience, there is no better place to escape for a few hours than Bodnant Gardens.
From the immaculately maintained terraced gardens, which date to Victorian times, a sweeping vista opens up and you can view the beautiful mountains peaks of the Snowdonia National Park.
The gardens also feature a local artisan food and drink shop, café, and visitor centre.