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Llys Llewelyn, Mount Pleasant, Conwy. LL32 8NY
The house measures just over 3 metres by 1.8 metres.The last occupant of the house was a fisher-man named Robert Jones who at 6' 3" tall would have found living in the house at times difficult.
Conwy Castle. Described in the guidebook published by CADW, the Welsh Historic Trust, states: "Conwy is by any standards one of the great fortresses of medieval Europe."
An Elizabethan gem worth its weight in gold. The finest town house of its period in Britain.
The walls circuit the old town for over three quarters of a mile stretching from the castle right round in a semi circle to the far end of the quayside.
The Conwy Suspension Bridge, one of the first suspension bridges in the world, was designed and built by Thomas Telford in 1826 as part of his improvements to the Bangor-Chester road.
In summer the hill is turned purple by the bell heather and is home to such birds as raven and chough. The summit has fine views and is the site of an Iron Age hillfort.
Situated on the banks of the Conwy estuary, with magnificent views of Snowdonia and Conwy Castle, this reserve is delightful at any time of year.
Amongst the lesser-known peaks of the National Park. It ripples as a craggy ridge through a timeless landscape, richly endowed with Neolithic monuments amidst a tracery of old fields, summer pastures and wind-riffled wastes, with fabulous coastal and mountain views.
Conwy River Trips runs 30-minute sightseeing and nature-watching trips from the harbour, both out through the estuary and upstream into the Conwy Valley.
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The twin white-walled galleries host a full program of exhibitions by members, plus visiting shows from the National Museum Wales and elsewhere.