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Visit Llanrwst Conwy and the surrounding villages and stay in B&B, hotel or self-catering accommodation provided by BedPosts members.

Llanrwst is a market town in Conwy County, North Wales, possibly founded in the 6th century and named after Grwst, a Celtic itinerant preacher and saint. it was a thriving community in 945 AD.

Though 65% of the 3000 population speak Welsh in their homes and in town, they all speak English.

It is claimed that the three-arched bridge over the Conwy was designed by Inigo Jones, and although there's little evidence of this, it certainly is elegant.

The 15th-century ivy and Virginia creeper-clad cottage of Ty Hwnt i'r Bont next to the bridge is very pretty and a National Trust tea house.

Gwydir Castle was for centuries the home of the Wynn family, dating to Tudor times.

At Caerhun, is the site of a Roman fort, Canovium, established soon after the invasion of Wales under Cnaeus Julius Agricola between AD 75 and 77. The Roman cohorts marched into the hills, tamed the tribesmen who farmed the high Carneddau slopes, and built a surfaced road over Bwlch y Ddeufaen, which would link with their fort at Segontium [Caernarfon].


Read about the local attractions you will want to visit during your stay in Llanrwst bed breakfast or hotel accommodation.

Gwydir Castle home of the well known Wynne family who also founded and
maintained the Grammar school and Almshouse 'for the use of 12 poor men and one woman to look after them''
Llanrwst Church is named after Grwst, an itinerant Celtic saint of the 6th century.
The Gwydir chapel houses the lower part of the coffin of Llewellyn the Great, died 1240, which was removed from Aberconwy Abbey after the dissolution of the Abbey' It was transported by river and the lid and body were lost on the way!
The area is rich in lead mines which may be visited.


If you're not eating and drinking in the Llanrwst guest house, hotel, inn or in which you are staying find places here.

Prize winning delicatessen, restaurant and wine shop, Blas y Fwyd.
Several excellent restaurants, ethnic takeaways and well known tea shops cater for locals and holiday makers.


Stay in Llanrwst bed & breakfast, guesthouse and holiday apartment accommodation for events advertised here.

A regular Tuesday market is held in Ancaster Square.
The Farmer's mart is on the edge of town on a Tuesday.
The annual agricultural Show is held on the third Saturday in August.
Sheepdog trials during the 2nd week in July.


Find a taxi to take you to and from your Llanrwst holiday cottage, bandb or hotel accommodation and other travel arrangements.

2 railway stations serve the town on the Conwy valley line which goes from Llandudno Station to Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Taxis: Menyn's: 01492 642 422
Parker's: 01492 641 010
Conwy Valley Private Hire:01492 642 037/07718887864
There are several local buses which use Glasdir as a hub.


During your stay in a Llanrwst bed and breakfast, hotel accommodation or lodge you will no doubt visit the High Street shops if not local businesses.

A thriving shopping area offering most commodities in a compact area.


If you're coming to town for a special occasion such as a wedding you'll no doubt want to stay over in a Llanrwst bed and breakfast, hotel or guest house.

Three large hotels which are successful wedding venues.
Glasdir, a newly built conference centre and meeting venue.


Nearby towns
  • Abergele
  • Blaenau Ffestiniog
  • Conwy
  • Llanfairfechan
  • Penmaenmawr
Nearby villages
  • Brynmorfudd
  • Llanddoged
  • Melin-y-coed
  • Nant-y-Rhiw
  • Nebo
  • Pandy Tudur
  • Tan-lan
  • Trefriw

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