Welcome to Conwy
This is a delightful walled town, dominated by the Medieval castle that sits at the harbour on the River Conwy. It's a little more chic than the much larger town of Llandudno and the tiny streets have plenty of shops and cafes.
The Guinness Book Of Records lists a house on the quay as the smallest house in Great Britain, measuring just 3.05 x 1.08m.
The town is also home to Aberconwy House, a National Trust property dating from the 14th Century.