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Wales Whisky Fest (1st-3rd Nov 2024)


Taste hundreds of amazing whiskies from around the world brought to you by 25 exhibitors.

RNLI - Conwy Lifeboat Station


Established in 1966, the Conwy Lifeboat Station operates from beneath Conwy Castle. Visit today to discover how this team looks out for the community.

St George's Hotel


At St. George’s Hotel in Llandudno, you’ll find a lovely restaurant serving delicious food made with local ingredients.

Upstairs at Annas


Upstairs at Annas offers more than just delicious dining; it’s also known for its bottomless brunch and delightful afternoon teas.

Rock Climbing Experience

Do you have a head for heights and are interested in scaling some of North Wales’s finest climbing routes? Well this experience could be for you. Expert mountain leader Lou…



It offers a memorable culinary experience with innovative dishes crafted with locally sourced ingredients and impeccable service.

Great Orme Tramway


Located in Llandudno, North Wales, the Great Orme Tramway provides a classic cable-hauled tram journey and stunning views of the coastline and the summit of the Great Orme Headland.

The Mulberry


The Mulberry Restaurant in Conwy enjoys a prime harbour-side location, providing diners with picturesque views as they savour delicious seafood and locally inspired cuisine.

Trefriw Walking Festival (17th-19th May 2024)


The most popular walking festival in Snowdon, the Trefriw Walking Festival occurs from Friday the 17th to Sunday the 19th of May.

Chish N Fips


Chish N Fips delights locals and visitors both with its crispy golden batter and perfectly cooked fish, offering a taste of traditional seaside fare in the heart of this charming…

Bonkerz Fun Centre


This is a favourite for tots and younger children, with themed areas, an on-site cafe, and parent and toddler packages.

Fishermans Chip Shop


It is a quintessential seaside eatery, serving mouthwatering fish and chips made with locally sourced, fresh ingredients.

Children's Woodland Experience

In a world where we spend too much time indoors, this is the perfect way to get your children in the great outdoors. There are different classes available in the…

Conwy Valley Railway Museum


Based in Betws-y-Coed, the Conwy Valley Railway Museum is home to a model shop, train layouts, a museum, and a gift shop. Perfect for train enthusiasts, families, and little ones.

Zip World Conwy


Bad weather? No stress. Zip World Conwy provides endless indoor adventures, including extreme stunt jumping, obstacle courses, soft play and climbing.

Conwy Castle and Walls


Built by King Edward 1 this magnificent Castle and Wall is, as CADW say, one of the most magnificent mediaeval fortresses in Europe. A must visit.

RSPB Mawddach Woodlands


Based in the Mawddach Valley, the RSPB Mawddach woodlands allow you to admire Redstarts, Dippers, Wood Warblers, Lesser Horseshoe Bats and more.

Bespoke Guided Walking Experiences

Louise Tully is a mountaineering instructor in North Wales and has over twenty years experience guiding in the UK and overseas. Louise Tully is a mountaineering instructor in North Wales…

The Smallest House in Britain


The Smallest House in Britain was lived in until 1900 by a local fisherman, Robert Jones, who was 6’3” tall. The house is just 72” wide and 122” high.

Pilates Experience

Gather your family and friends together for a full Pilates experience in your Oysterholiday home. Pilates is about mobility and strength building, which gives you energyand flexibility in everyday life.…

The Albert


A historic pub with a cosy atmosphere, The Albert serves various dishes, including traditional Welsh fare, burgers, and steaks.

Pont Y Pair Bridge


Originally it was to provide a means for packhorses to cross over the river Afon Llugwy. It was later widened in the 1800s to allow stagecoaches to also cross.

Bodysgallen Hall & Spa


This 17th-century hotel and its 200 acres of parkland offer a VIP experience for all guests. Spa packages are available for full days, half days, and couples’ packages. Bliss.

Great Orme


Great Orme is 2 miles long and 1 mile wide and rises to 679 ft above sea level. It has something to offer everyone.

Plas Mawr


Robert Wynn, the third son of a local landowner as a fabulously wealthy merchant, bought the house in Conwy and turned it into a celebration of his lifetime and wealth.

Blue Bell Café


Blue Bell Café in Conwy offers a relaxed dining experience with a menu featuring delicious dishes from locally sourced ingredients.

RNLI - Llandundo Lifeboat Station


Founded in 1861, the Llandudno Lifeboat Station has a wealth of history and still operates to this day. This station has a Mersey and D-class lifeboat.

Johnny Dough's


Johnny Dough’s Wood-Fired Pizza in Llandudno offers a variety of wood-fired pizzas made with fresh, high-quality ingredients, a delightful experience.

Private Rib Ride and Cook Out Experience

Take your family and friends on a Rib Ride and see the coastline in a completely different light. If you’re unsure of where you want to go, give us a…

Llandudno Pier


Grade 11 Listed and the longest Pier in Wales at 2,295 ft.

St Georges Hotel


At St. George’s Hotel in Llandudno, you’ll find a lovely restaurant serving delicious food made with local ingredients.

Conwy Honey Fair (13th September 2024)


Bzzzzz to the Conwy Honey Fair, run by the Conwy Beekeepers Association. Don’t miss it if you’re a fan of all things sweet.

The Cottage loaf


The Cottage Loaf in Llandudno is a stylish and inviting pub renowned for its warm atmosphere. It is a favourite spot for locals and visitors alike.

Great Orme Copper Mines


Uncovered only in 1987, these mines represent one of the most astounding archaeological discoveries in recent times. They date back 4,000 years to the Bronze Age.

Dylans -Conwy


Four standout restaurants, offering up delicious local fare and fresh seafood in the picturesque coastal locales of Menai Bridge, Criccieth, Llandudno, and Conwy in North Wales.

Bodnant Garden


Visitors can stroll through 980 acres of tranquil garden space while admiring Champion Trees, sweeping lawns, and thick woodland.

Yoga Experience

Whether you’re after a restorative 1:1 private session or looking to bring family and friends together for a group class in your holiday cottage or even at a nearby beach;…

Conwy Suspension Bridge


Built by Thomas Telford, construction started in 1822 and finished and opened in 1826. It was one of the first road suspension bridges in the world.

Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre


Take to the slopes with the Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre. Try your hand at skiing, snowboarding or tobogganing. 

Welsh Mountain Zoo


From big cats to reptiles, the Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay offers a wild experience in the midst of North Wales.

Quay Hotel & Spa


Located opposite the majestic Conwy Castle, this is a must-visit for anyone looking to relax and unwind.

Trefriw Woollen Mills


Explore and shop traditional Welsh tapestries, bedspreads, tweeds, and travel rugs woven on-site by experts.

In-House Massage Experience

Book your in-house masseuse through Oyster Experiences and immerse yourself in ultimate comfort and relaxation. Take some “me time” this holiday and book a masseuse to your holiday cottage. Your…

Bodnant Welsh Food


Bodnant offers a culinary experience celebrating the best of Welsh produce, with dishes crafted from locally sourced ingredients bursting with flavour and freshness.

Dylans - Llandudno


Situated on the waterfront with stunning views, Dylan’s offers a diverse menu featuring seafood, Welsh classics, and international dishes.

The Erskine Arm


A warm welcome, delicious dining options, and a cosy atmosphere, making it an ideal destination for a memorable meal or relaxing drink..

Foil Ride Experience

Foiling is the newest sport to take the world by storm because it’s like flying on top ofthe water! If you are renting an Oyster cottage close to the beach…

Aberfalls Distillery


Taste the spirit of North Wales with Aberfalls Distillery. This talented team has been distilling whisky between Snowdonia and the Menai Strait since 1900.


Food & Drink

Whether you’re looking for cosy cafes in North Wales or holiday cottages near a good pub, Conwy has options in all categories. This stunning area is home to many traditional British menus, seafood eateries, modern restaurants, and much more. Browse the most popular food and drink options in Conwy today.

Things to Do

Known for its magnificent castle, Conwy is a popular point for history buffs and fantasy lovers. But there’s more to this town than the classic castle! Conwy has things to do for all occasions, from country walks in North Wales to family fun centres. Get to know the area now.

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