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Simply stunning coastal town located around 60 minutes drive away. This place makes a great day trip, castles, great food scene, lovely quay area, world’s smallest house and homemade ice cream.
The walled town of Conwy is another of King Edward I's creations dating back to 1283. A 20 minute drive on the A55 West, or also easily accessible by train, although you may have to ask the driver or guard to stop at this small station. A thriving pub and food scene and a beautiful place for a day…
Within walking distance or under 5 minutes by car or bus. This walled town hosts Conwy castle, Britain's smallest house, independent shops and a fabulous ice cream kiosk on the quay.
A fine day out and only 4 miles away. You can drive there and park ( take the first car park which you can find just after the castle roundabout - go straight over). More idyllic on a nice day is to walk or cycle along the coastal path from West Shore Beach. What to see: The Castle ( impressive…