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Conwy Office

The historic walled town of Conwy famous for its impressive Castle built by Edward I, overlooks the estuary of the River Conwy, the Castle itself providing superb views of the both the estuary and mountains in the distance. The town has an array of retail outlets, banks, hotels, library and several places of historic interest, ‘Plas Mawr’ and the ‘Smallest House in Great Britain’ to name but a few. There is a local primary and secondary school, social and recreational facilities including an 18 hole golf course and yachting marina nearby.

The Victorian resort of Llandudno, boasts a combination of Victorian style and Edwardian elegance and is known as the ‘Queen of Welsh resorts’. The town, having a wealth of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities to include the newly extended North Wales Theatre and Conference Centre, Victorian Pier and Ski Slope nestles in between the Little and Great Orme. It is convenient for the A55 dual carriageway for easy access to Chester and the motorways beyond. The popular area of Craig-y-Don is situated to the Eastern side of Llandudno.

Deganwy is a popular seaside village along the coast of North Wales boasting a parade of shops, a collection of excellent restaurants and the newly built marina development. Deganwy has its own beach and promenade, and is within easy access of the A55 expressway, mainline rail services and the neighbouring world heritage site of Conwy and Victorian town of Llandudno. Neighbouring Llanrhos is also within easy reach.

The Conwy Valley covering Eglwysbach, Tal-y-Bont, Tyn-y-Groes, Llanbedr-Y-Cennin, Dolgarrog, Trefriw, Llanrwst and Betws-y-Coed. The beautiful Conwy Valley gives perfect access from the sea through to the mountains. Stunning villages with outstanding views and the internationally renowned Bodnant Gardens are a trademark of this fabulous area.

Dwygyfylchi, Penmaenmawr and Llanfairfechan can be found along the coast within easy access of the A55. With views across to Anglesey and Puffin Island, easy access to the sea and with the mountains just a stones throw away, these villages show North Wales at its best.

Glan Conwy and Llandudno Junction complete the Conwy office area. Situated either side of the A55 these are perfect commuter and residential towns.

Rhos-on-Sea Office

Rhos on Sea is a small coastal village set between the larger resorts of Llandudno and Colwyn Bay and is conveniently located for easy access to the A55 dual carriageway to Chester and beyond. With its promenade, local shops, and restaurants Rhos on Sea has many popular residential areas. Rhos on Sea has a long history associated with it demonstrated by the Roman Hill Fort on Bryn Euryn and St. Trillo’s Chapel which was established in the 6th Century.

Penrhyn Bay is an extremely popular residential area situated on the coast between Rhos on Sea and Llandudno. Within close proximity are Penrhynside and Craigside, all within easy access of the local attractions and amenities, including Venue Cymru

Colwyn Bay and Old Colwyn are popular seaside resorts situated close to the A55. With a range of amenities, schools and attractions, the area offers a range of residential properties.

Upper Colwyn Bay provides stunning coastal views and a wide range of outstanding properties. The area also benefits from outstanding schools and renowned public houses.

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