LLandudno & Conwy Hidden Gems
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It’s worth seeking out our hidden places.
They’re scattered like undiscovered gems across our landscapes.
There’s the National Trust’s Ty Mawr Wybrnant, for example, a humble stone cottage of huge cultural importance as the birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, who secured the future of the Welsh language by translating the Bible from English in the 16th century.
Many visitors never travel into Mynydd Hiraethog, the wild countryside above the Vale of Conwy.
They’re missing an adventure that stars haunting heather moorland, big skies, forests, mountain lakes and mysterious prehistoric sites.
Or that there’s a little theatre dedicated to puppets at Rhos-on-Sea?
There's all kinds of hidden gems just waiting to be discovered!
Luxury all suite boutique hotel located on promenade with glorious sea views.
Possibly the best-preserved Elizabethan town house in Britain. The interior has...
One self-contained first floor apartment. Owners on site. Car park in drive. Gas and...
This bus based Real Ale Festival allows you and your friends to enjoy over 50 real...