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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Conwy

The medieval walled town of Conwy boasts one of the most picturesque Castles in Wales. Sitting on a rocky ridge the castle is a superb defensive structure. Inside the town walls you will discover a maze of little streets and old houses. Stroll down to the harbor and admire the pleasure cruisers or the tall ships. . Places to Visit in or near Conwy Bodnant Garden and The Imperial Hotel are listed below.
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Explore Bodnant Gardens, Conwy, Wales There's something so uniquely tranquil about wandering around the 80 acres of grounds at Bodnant Gardens in the truly lovely Conwy Valley in Wales. Think sweeping formal lawns and borders, graceful Italianate terraces and a romantic wild garden and pinetum in what is named The Dell. There's flowering interest across the seasons here with daffodils and bulbs coming to life in spring, rhododendrons, camellias and magnolias bursting forth in April an...
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Offering an extensive range of treatments for both men and women, The Beauty Lounge is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
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The excellent food and levels of service keep guests coming back to Dawson's Restaurant. The menu changes in line with the seasons, and makes use of the best Welsh produce, all prepared in-house by a talented team.
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Located a short walk from the hotel, the Spa has a large indoor pool with spa bath, steam room and sauna, gym, Club Room and five treatment rooms. Beauty and well-being treatments are offered using products by Aromatherapy Associate, Environ, Caci, Bioslimming, 5DFacial and Jessica Nails. Guests love the tranquil atmosphere and relaxing indoors or outside on the sunny terrace.
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Two hundred acres of parkland, views of Snowdonia – what's not to love about this handsome 17th century country house? Crystal chandeliers and open fireplaces give the dining rooms that overlook the gardens a touch of grandeur. There's homemade scones for afternoon tea and roast sirloin of Welsh Black beef for Sunday “luncheon”, but the main event here is dinner. The regularly changing menu of local, seasonal produce might begin with home-smoked quail with tomato jelly or seared sea scallops ...
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