Conwy Quay, Marine walk and Conwy Morfa.

All our properties are a short walk to Conwy Quay and the beach at Morfa Conwy.

The most scenic route down to the main beach at Conwy Morfa and the sand dunes and beacons is along Marine walk which is a stroll along side the river and the woodland of Bodlondeb woods with beautiful views of Deganwy mountain and the great Orme over at Llandudno.This path way leads you down to the Mulberry pub with a lovely outside terrace (dog friendly pub) with views over the marina.

Morfa Beach
Marine Walk
Conwy Quay
The view over the Marina at the Mulberry pub
The Mulberry Pub

Llandudno – that’s the way to do it!

Llandudno is only 4.5 miles away from our properties and is a wonderful Victorian town that is well worth a visit. A great visit is to the oldest Punch and Judy show in Great Britain.

It’s such a great historical story!

Richard Codman, a travelling showman was stranded in Llandudno in 1860 when his horse died. He collected driftwood from the beach and hand carved the Punch & Judy puppets, the very same puppets you still see today.From 1860 to 1863 the show performed within the town of Llandudno but in 1864 gained approval from Lord Mostyn to perform on Llandudno promenade and has done every summer season for over 150 years. The show is now in the care of the 5th generation of the Codman family. Codman’s Punch & Judy is a tradition Victorian style show including all the slapstick fun. What is the point of carrying on tradition if its not traditional? Codman’s Punch & Judy only continues through the audience’s kind donations, why not come along, enjoy the show, try the photo booth and maybe buy a souvenir.That’s the way to do it!