The Town House (B&B) Guest House is a 3 minute walk with luggage from the small train platform, 3 minutes from the Conwy Castle Entrance, 3 minutes from the dock, and right across the street from one of the wall entrances. We stayed in room #4, which gave us a great view of Conwy Castle.
Alan, Elaine and their dog Glen made us feel right at home from the moment we arrived. Glen took our luggage to our room and back down the stairs again when we left. The room was clean, quite and very comfortable, with free Wi-Fi. There is no room safe.
My breakfast consisted of eggs, toast, fruit, coffee, juice, sausage all served just the way I asked for it. My wife had the 'Elaine fruit sundae, see attached photo. We stayed here 2 nights and would definitely stay here again.
We took the train from Stafford Upon Avon to get here. You arrive on platform 2 from Chester and leave on platform 1 to go back to Chester. The station is 'not' manned so we had picked up our departure tickets in Birmingham. You can buy tickets on the train, which will cost you more. We bought all our 5 weeks of train tickets online while in Canada 6 weeks before we came to UK. Buying train tickets this way is much cheaper.
Conwy has lots of history to explore but we found a lot of enjoyment walking in and around Conwy. We walked 14 miles on our 2nd day here, walking through the town and out along the beach and golf course and all the way up 'Conwy Mtn' (more like a Canadian 'hill' back home).
Not a lot of places to eat supper here after 7:00, pubs even stopped serving food (do not undertstand why ?). We found a couple of Italian Restaurants around 'Lancaster Square' that were open and were very good.
Overall we had a GREAT time in Conwy. Thank you Alan, and Elaine.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Town House is one of the very few houses offering bed and breakfast accommodation situated within the medieval walls of Conwy Town. We are located opposite Conwy Castle, offering guests some of the finest views of both the castle and the town walls. The guest house, owned and managed by Julie & Mark Poole, was built in the Victorian era around 1849 and has been restored and upgraded to provide tastefully decorated and furnished en-suite bed and breakfast accommodation. The Town House benefits from being close to several pay and display car parks offering overnight parking for as little as £0.60. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Town House B&B Guest House Conwy, Wales