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The walled market town of Conwy lies along the banks of the River Conwy as it flows out into the Irish Sea. It's rare to find such a small place with such huge historic significance, from the medieval town walls and the magnificent 13th-century castle which towers up over the town to the suspension bridge, built by Thomas Telford. While you amble around the narrow streets packed with ancient pubs and historical landmarks, it's hard not to think that you've stepped back in time. Don't forget, when you stay in a Conwy bed and breakfast, you're just moments away from the Snowdonia National Park, an achingly beautiful land of towering granite peaks and glistening lakes.
It doesn't matter whether you're coming on a historical break, an outdoorsy adventure with the family or a romantic weekend, you'll always find a Conwy bed and breakfast that fits the bill. What could be better than staying with a local family who know the area like the back of their hand and have mastered the art of homely hospitality? To find the best accommodation for you, look through the listings on Expedia, which have detailed descriptions and photos of every property. Just search by location, budget and dates, and let Expedia do the hard work for you. Arranging your travel just got a whole lot easier. You've got plenty of Conwy bed and breakfasts to choose from. Some are traditional little properties that have been run by the same owners for more than a generation. Others are a little swisher, with interiors and furnishings that look like they belong in the pages of an interior designs magazine. Alternatively, you could opt for one of the beautiful cottages outside of the town, which are packed with features like exposed beams and open fireplaces. Whichever you pick, you can be assured of a comfortable stay when you book a night through Expedia.
Guestrooms often come equipped with all the modern conveniences that you would expect, including a kettle for making tea and coffee, flat-screen TVs on the walls and free WiFi, which you can use to research your weekend break. All but the most budget of options will have ensuite bathrooms stocked with fluffy towels and toiletries. Some may have views down across the river, others might have free parking spots for your car, a big plus if you plan to drive into town. Come daybreak, you can expect to find a hearty Welsh breakfast waiting for you downstairs, or lighter options, like toast or yogurt – a great way to fuel up for a day exploring the endless attractions of Conwy. Want a different type of British break? How about exploring the fascinating capital of Wales, Cardiff, instead?
It can be hard to know where to start when it comes to attractions near your bed and breakfast in Conwy, but a visit to the castle makes for a good introduction. Here, you can climb up one of the 8 towers to get spectacular views across the town and the harbour, or explore the maze of hallways and rooms in its interior. After you've visited the mighty castle, you could see something completely different at the Smallest House in Britain, which measures just under 6 feet wide. Then there's Plas Mawr, a 16th-century house once owned by the wealthy merchant, Robert Wynn, or Bodnant Garden, where you can go walking among glistening ponds and woodland. As night draws in, head down to Conwy Quay to look out across the fishing boats and yachts bobbing in the harbour while you feast on fish and chips eaten out of the wrappings.