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Conwy Valley Dental Practice
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The town of Llanrwst is situated in the Conwy Valley in North Wales with the River Conay skirting the town. And is a town which is separate from the rest of the UK – the motto for Llanrwst reading “Cymru, Lloegr a Llanrwst!” which translates as Wales. England and Llanrwst! St Grwst Church in the town and is named after a 6th Century saint although the church wasn’t built until the 15th century. It was burnt down and subsequently rebuilt the West Tower and North aisle being typical of the 19th century. The heart of the town is Ancaster Square and close by are the Llanrwst Almshouses that were constructed in the early 17th century and for around four hundred years they were home to the poor of the parish until they were closed in 1967 only to be restored and reopened as a museum of local history in 2002 and is now a Grade II listed building. Llanrwst should be on any tourists map if they are seeking a slice of history or a cream tea – just over the bridge from the town centre- the bridge is a 17th century stone bridge – lies Tu Hwnt i'r Bont. Formerly a courthouse in the 15th century this cottage is now owned by the National Trust and is a tea room where they serve the most mouth watering of cream teas ( the Welsh Rarebit isn’t too bad either!). This little cottage has the dubious distinction of being one of the first places to flood in the area if the river bursts its banks and on the door frame, every time it happens, they mark the where the water was at its highest. Close by is Gwydir Castle – a privately owned Grade I listed building with around 10 acres of gardens and is a good example of a Tudor courtyard house. Close by are the lakes of a Geirionydd and Crafnant which are set in the valleys and offer fabulous views for those energetic enough to explore that bit further.

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Bodnant Caravan Park

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Cartref y Borth Nursing Home
Cartrefle Residential Home

Dentist

Conwy Valley Dental Practice
Llanrwst Dental Practice

Doctor

The Surgery

Estate Agent

Bob Parry & Co Ltd

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The Lion Inn

Market

Llanrwst Country Market
Llanrwst Local Produce Market

Pub and Bar

Pen Y Bont Inn
White Horse Inn

Restaurant

Blas ar Fwyd
Plas Maenan Country House Hotel

School

Bro Gwydir Primary School
Llanddoged Primary School

Solicitor

Howell Jones & Co
Longespe & Co Solicitors

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Menyn's Luxury Travel

Vet

Nant Veterinary Surgery Ltd

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Pet Fayre
Farm & Pet Place
A J Hughes
Mark Constantine
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Activities

The Oaklands Centre(Outdoor Pursuits)

Places to Stay near Llanrwst

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Meadowsweet Hotel (0.09 miles)

Meadowsweet Hotel

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This comfortable, family-run establishment in Snowdonia is nestled in the small market town of Llanrwst in the heart of the Conwy valley near Betws y Coed, North Wales.
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Yr Hafod Country House (1.18 miles)

Yr Hafod Country House
Situated in Trefriw; near Betws-y-Coed on the northern edge of Snowdonia in North Wales and overlooking the lovely Conwy Valley; Yr Hafod (The Summer Dwelling in Welsh); was formerly a farmhouse and dates from the ... More | visit website
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Gwesty Fairy Falls Hotel (1.26 miles)

Gwesty Fairy Falls Hotel

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Situated in Trefriw in the Snowdonia National Park is the intriguingly titled Fairy Falls Hotel. A popular local inn with residents keen to enjoy an impressive range of real ales ... More

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Willowbank House (1.43 miles)

Willowbank House
Located on the Bellevue ring and 3 miles from the Island town of Ennisskillen. ... More
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Maenan Abbey Hotel (2.37 miles)

Maenan Abbey Hotel

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Situated in the beautiful Conwy Valley, on the outskirts of the magnificent Snowdonia National Park. Built as a gentleman's residence in 1850 on the site of the historic thirteenth-century Cistercian monastery, ... More

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Swallow Falls Hotel (3.27 miles)

Swallow Falls Hotel

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Situated just opposite Wales' most beautiful waterfall 3.2 km (2 miles) outside of Betws-y-Coed, this hotel combines the classic quality of a Victorian coaching house with the informal ambience of a ... More

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Bridge View B & B (3.29 miles)

Bridge View B & B

‘Bridge View' was formerly a Victorian Magistrate's Court and is situated in a peaceful location on the banks of the River Conwy. Less than five minutes level walking distance from the centre of the village ... More | visit website

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Swn y Dwr Guest House (3.30 miles)

Swn y Dwr Guest House

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Swn y Dwr is a family run, beautiful detatched property dating back to 1870.Situated off the A5 on the banks of the river Llugwy it enjoys a quiet location yet ... More

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Glan Llugwy Guest House (3.38 miles)

Glan Llugwy Guest House
Glan Llugwy is a family run, beautiful semi-detatched stone built property dating back to 1870's in the beautiful village of Betws-y-coed.. Situated on the A5 overlooking the Afon (River) Llugwy and Gwydyr Forest, we enjoy ... More | visit website
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Royal Oak Hotel (3.38 miles)

Royal Oak Hotel
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Former Victorian Coaching Inn set in the heart of the village overlooking the River Llugwy.
Rooms have been designed with the heritage of the hotel in mind but offer contemporary luxury.
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