Fishermore Bed and Breakfast 

North Wales Tourism Member

Conwy is a Medieval walled town with it's famous 13th century castle and harbour. Visitors can walk round the town on top of the original defensive wall.

There are many ancient buildings that should not be missed. Aberconwy House dates back to the 14th century. Award winning Plas Mawr or 'great mansion' was built in 1576. St Mary's church is very old and stands on the site of the Abbey which was built before the castle in 1185 by Prince Llewelyn whose statue stands in the town square.

Even the bridges that cross the river are worth a visit. The bridge built by Telford in 1822 is one of the earliest iron suspension bridges in the world. The railway bridge was built by Stephenson in 1849.

Conwy Morfa also holds a secret. The 'Mulberry Harbours' which were used in the second world war were first built here.

The whole area is extremely rich in history. There are iron age forts which are easily accessible on local hills. There are clear signs of the Roman occupation in remains of forts and roads.





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