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The town of Conwy is located in the Conwy County Borough on the north coast of Wales, amongst some of the most beautiful scenes in the United Kingdom. Amongst the attractions to be found in Conwy are Conwy Castle and the town walls, built on the instructions of Edward I between 1283 and 1289.

Across the estuary is Bodysgallen Hall, which incorporates a medieval watchtower that was later used as a signal place for Conwy Castle. Also nearby is the National Trust property, Aberconwy House, which is Conwy's only surviving 14th century merchant's house and the Guinness Book of World Record’s smallest house in Britain can also be found in Conwy.

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Conwy also features numerous seaside scenes and many great walks through the countryside can be found on the border. It also enjoys its place near the A470 and A55 roads, making it easy to access from the nearby areas.

Conwy Castle, Conwy, Conwy County (01492) 592358
Consisting of eight massive towers, two barbicans and a bow-shaped hall, Conwy Castle is a construction of epic proportions.

Built around 1283, the castle battlements allow the visitor breathtaking views across the Welsh mountains and sea.


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