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Conwy holiday cottages

48 properties found
Conwy, Snowdonia & The Llyn Peninsula

8 Crown Lane

2112

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7 nights

£702 - £1,458

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Conwy, North Wales

9 Chapel Street

2112

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7 nights

£594 - £1,334

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Conwy (1ml S), North Wales

Sunken Treasure

2111

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7 nights

£510 - £900

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Conwy (2mls NE), North Wales

Pabo Bach

4222

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7 nights

£648 - £1,655

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Conwy, Snowdonia & The Llyn Peninsula

Mulberry Cottage

4212

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7 nights

£947 - £2,466

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Deganwy, North Wales

Castle Views – Conwy

632

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7 nights

£1,058 - £2,584

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Conwy, Snowdonia & The Llyn Peninsula

23 Chapel Street

6312

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7 nights

£785 - £1,586

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Llandudno, North Wales

Llandudno View

8434

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7 nights

£943 - £2,382

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Conwy (3mls S), North Wales

Glyn Bach Barn

211

Our grading

7 nights

£525 - £894

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Old Colwyn, North Wales

Old Colwyn Coastal Retreat

2121

Our grading

7 nights

£472 - £1,026

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Conwy (3mls W), North Wales

Hazel Cottage - Conwy

2113

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7 nights

£492 - £838

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Conwy (3mls S), North Wales

Damselfly Lodge

2112

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7 nights

£463 - £1,203

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Conwy cottages

A walled market town on the North Wales coast, famous for its castle and being home to the smallest house in Britain. It’s a delightful destination for a break in Wales and we have a great choice of Conwy holiday cottages to suit you. 

Full of history, Conwy Castle, a World Heritage Site, was built for King Edward I between 1283 and 1287; it is one of the most outstanding achievements of medieval military architecture with eight massive towers. Conwy Town Walls are one of the finest and most complete sets in Europe, with twenty-one towers and three gateways. Plas Mawr Town House is possibly the best-preserved Elizabethan townhouse in Britain. Built between 1576 and 1585, it dominates the town with its gatehouse, stepped gables and lookout tower. Aberconwy House (National Trust) is Conwy's only surviving 14th-century merchant's house.

Situated on the banks of the estuary, the Conwy RSPB Visitor Centre is delightful at any time of year. Birds can always be seen and the RSPB's friendly experts can help you spot any of the more than 200 different species that have been seen at this reserve. To the south, at Trefriw Woollen Mill, visitors can see traditional Welsh bedspreads, tweeds and travelling rugs being made. Their Welsh tapestry is made into cushions, dinner sets, shoulder bags and purses and their tweed is tailored into hats, caps, jackets, skirts, ruanas and capes. Originally a fulling mill situated on the fast-running River Crafnant in order to use the water to drive the waterwheels and to wash the wool, it has been owned and run by the same family since 1859.

With so much to offer including historic houses, beautiful gardens and Eryri / Snowdonia National Park, you’ll need a base for your days out. From cosy Conwy holiday cottages to larger houses for families and friends, we have plenty of self-catering options for you to return to after a day of exploring the area. We have cosy boltholes for couples, dog-friendly stays and even luxury retreats. Browse our range of Conwy cottages and you’ll soon find an idyllic North Wales retreat to suit you.

Best places to stay in Conwy

Snowdonia - Abergele - Colwyn Bay - Deganwy - Kinmel Bay - Llandudno - Llanfairfechan - Llanrwst