' Where Snowdonia Meets The Sea'
Did you know - In 2018, Conwy was the most visited county in North Wales and nationally had visitor numbers second only to Cardiff.
Conwy County is situated right in the centre of North Wales, extending from Kinmel Bay in the East to Llanfairfechan in the West covering 1130 sq km.
9.79 Million Visitors in 2019 (figures by STEAM)
Tourism Value to local economy estimated to be over £990 million
Tourism supports over 12,500 full time jobs in the county
Conwy Tourism Ambassador
Here at Tan-y-Mynydd Trout Fishery, both Martin and Neil have completed the Conwy Tourism Ambassador scheme and both attained Gold Level.
The existing scheme provides people with training about Conwy's tourism offer to create a baseline knowledge about the area’s natural and cultural resources, in order to improve the overall visitor and local experience.
Ask us a Conwy question and we will do our very best to help
Looking for somewhere to eat whilst visiting the County of Conwy, we recommend the following which are all very local to us:
Olivia's Cafe in Llanfair Th
The Black Lion in Llanfair TH
Paysanne in Deganwy
The Kinmel Arms in St George
Please click on the images below to find out more information on these great eateries
Conwy County packs a punch with its tourism offer. Nowhere else in North Wales can you have the range of experiences within such an easily accessible and compact area.
We are very fortunate to be located close to these attractions:
Conwy - 16 miles (24 minutes)
Llandudno - 16 miles (31 minutes)
Betws y Coed - 20.1 miles (34 minutes)
Go Below - 21.2 miles (35 minutes)
Surf Snowdonia - 22 miles (35 minutes)
Zip World - 32.9 miles (47 minutes)
Snowdon - 37.8 miles (54 minutes)