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4.4 miles E of Llanrwst | Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearby pub

A cosy traditional pub located in the centre of the pretty village of Abergele. There's an open fire to keep you warm in winter and friendly landlords to welcome you. Dogs are also very welcome.

Nearby beach

Colwyn Bay is a traditional seaside town with a beach which runs along the seafront backed by a promenade. The beach is sand a shingle, ideal for families, swimmers and watersports enthusiasts. Being a short stroll into town, all the facilities are close by. Dogs are allowed however restrictions do apply in some areas.

Nearby walk

Managed by the North Wales Wildlife Trust, here you will find a nature reserve of peatlands with cattle and sheep grazing during the summer. Visitors are asked to stay on the permissive path around the reserve to protect the sphagnum moss which grows here. Dogs are welcome on a lead.

Nearby town

Located on the banks of the river Ned, Llansannan is a rural village surrounded by countryside in the county of Conwy. The local pub, the Red Lion is a popular place.

Also nearby

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The Olds Stag is a traditional country pub with oak beams and characterful interiors. There are three separate areas for drinking and dining plus outside seating for warmer weather. Children and dogs are very welcome.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

September 2023

The most amazing food!

Make sure you book just in case you don’t get a table as it gets busy! No wonder why the food is absolutely incredible and such friendly staff that go above and beyond for you to make your experience a good one. Thank you. We will be back

The Red Lion is a traditional village pub with quirky interiors, a separate dining room and a real fire.Outside there's a large beer garden for al fresco dining and dogs are welcome.

Situated on the banks of the river Conwy, Llanwrst is a traditional Welsh market town with pretty buildings and stunning scenery. A visit here should include seeing the local church St Grwst's which dates back to 1470 and Gydir Castle.

Situated in the heart of the Snowdonia mountains, The Holland Arms is a traditional 18th century coaching house with cosy interiors and large beer garden for al fresco dining in summer. Food is freshly prepared and locally sourced real ales available.

Prepare for a whole heap of fun here, from zip lines to Europe's highest giant swing, there's something for everyone and all situated in the stunning woodland of the Conwy Valley.

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