Conwy Word Search

Conwy Word Search

Conwy Word Search

You may not be able to visit the beautiful walled town of Conwy right now, but you can complete our fun word search at home instead.

We’ve handpicked some of our favourite things to do when visiting Conwy and thrown them into the mix and hope it gives you a chance to reminisce on past holidays to Conwy or you might consider it as a location for your next holiday once restrictions are lifted of course!

Conwy Word Search

Conwy itself is famous for the imposing 13th century castle built by Edward the 1st as part of his ‘ring of stone’ around North Wales, the walled towns themselves are a great attraction, the views over the estuary and the famous trio of bridges are spectacular.  Within the town walls there’s plenty to do for all ages, lots of independent retailers on the high street and surrounding streets, a variety of places to eat and drink, the smallest house in Great Britain is on the quay, there’s also the Elizabethan town house Plas Mawr on the high street and the famous quay is the perfect place to have a go at crabbing (buckets, line and bait can be bought nearby); it’s no wonder Conwy is such a popular destination.

Click on the link to download a PDF copy of the word search:  Printable PDF

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Llandudno’s Goats

Llandudno’s Goats

Llandudno’s goats are trending on Twitter; never did I think that one morning I’d wake up to this news.

Well, what an eventful fortnight we’ve had, I’d like to say that it’s been a busy one, packed with work but alas no, it’s been a fortnight of cancellations, rearranged bookings, checks on empty properties and watching the daily Covid-19 updates.

Whilst out and about on our property checks we’ve come face to face with a few Kashmiri Goats that have ventured down from their usual stomping ground on the Great Orme; if you live or work in Llandudno, this is can be a familiar sight or if you don’t see them in person, you see the droppings left behind after one of their jaunts.

Since the implementation of the social distancing rules and then the ‘lockdown’ on March 23rd, the 120 strong tribe have been venturing further into the town, taking advantage of the quiet streets and eating their way through the town’s greenery.

We weren’t expecting to wake up on Tuesday morning with the news that Llandudno’s Goats were now trending on Twitter; after checking our feed, lo and behold the goats had gone viral. Later on it turned out that our business premises had been featured in the press coverage as the goats had been marauding in the garden, cue lots of messages from friends and family to say the goats had been on the news etc.

After the excitement of seeing all the different coverage of the ‘goat town’ earlier on this week, it’s back to the strange normality of working from home during lockdown and learning more than we ever wanted to know about goats (prior to this, eating the delicious Great Orme  Goats Cheese Pizza from Johnny Dough’s was as far as my thoughts went when I heard the word goat).

So in honour of our local celebrities, we’ve tweaked our company logo!

Llandudno Goats

Visit Conwy

Visit Conwy

Conwy County really does have it all, no wonder so many return here year after year, it’s ideal for a relaxing holiday or a sporting break. We believe that there’s something here for everyone and staying in a holiday home gives the freedom to explore and appreciate our exquisite region, you can see something new each day, it never gets boring here!

Conwy county in particular has become renowned for it’s beaches, beautiful valleys, quaint villages, market towns, rugged scenery, it has so much to offer second home owners & their guests.The coastal towns of Llandudno and Conwy have great restaurants, pubs, hotels & guest houses, world famous visitor attractions like Conwy Castle, The Great Orme and a varied selection of shops.

No stay in North Wales is complete without some sightseeing in the Conwy Valley, with a visit to Bodnant Gardens and walk around the traditional market town of Llanrwst, which is full of character and history.


Betws y Coed attracts many visitors throughout the year that are drawn to the pretty village in the woods; on the outskirts of the village is The Ugly House, which despite it’s name is very quaint and looks like a fairytale cottage as well as Swallow Falls!
For sporting activities, there are superb golf courses, like the links courses along the beautiful coast in Llandudno & Conwy, Zip World, Adventure Parc Snowdonia, an array of mountains to climb and fishing opportunities galore.

This area has gained a reputation for the high quality food & drink that is produced locally, there are 3 micro breweries within a 13 mile radius of Llandudno, each has produced award winning ale and many of these ales are served locally, ideal for those who are parched after a busy day exploring.
In Conwy town we have an award winning butcher, the best Pub in Wales, many independent shops &  across the river Conwy is Bodnant Welsh food centre, which sells a range of delicious local produce, farmer’s markets are often held locally, with freshly grown produce being sourced by many of the top restaurants both locally and beyond!

Take a look at our accommodation page to book a stay at one of the great properties that we have available for let.

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