Conway is a delightful classic walled town with a beautiful medieval castle, just one mile distant from the Bryn Morfa Caravan Park.

  • There are numerous shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants to please even the most discerning diner
  • The smallest house in Great Britain which is only 3.05metres high x 1.8metres wide is located on Conwy Quay
  • Plas Mawr is an Elizabethan town house under the care of Cadw
  • Aberconwy House is a 14th Century Merchants house located in the centre under the care of the National Trust
  • Suspension Bridge and Toll keeper’s House created by Thomas Telford under the care of the National Trust
  • Conwy Nature Reserve under the care of RSPB
  • Bodnant Garden under the care of the National Trust
  • Bodnant Welsh Food Centre incorporating The Hayloft Restaurant, Cookery School, Wine School and more

Just one minute drive or ten minutes walk from Bryn Morfa the following attractions can be found:

  • Conwy Golf Club which welcomes visitors, prices at present for a round range between £28-£56 depending on the day and time of year
  • Beautiful sandy beach
  • Conwy Marina
  • Mulberry pub/restaurant
  • Mulberry stores