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The Town House BB Guest House Bed and Breakfast




Cost from: £70 Per Room

The Town House B and B Guest House, 18 Rose Hill Street, Conwy Town, Conwy, LL32 8LD

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The Town House is one of the very few houses offering bed and breakfast accommodation situated within the medieval walls of Conwy Town. We are located opposite Conwy Castle, offering guests some of the finest views of both the castle and the town walls.

The guest house, owned and managed by Julie & Mark Poole, was built in the Victorian era around 1849 and has been restored and upgraded to provide tastefully decorated and furnished en-suite bed and breakfast accommodation.







Rooms

All our guest rooms are on the first or second floor and all have en suite bathrooms.

The rooms are well appointed for excellent views of the Conwy Castle or St Mary’s Church. The rooms are centrally heated and double glazed making them warm and quiet places to rest or enjoy the views.?
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The rooms are serviced by us on a daily basis, ensuring that high standards are maintained and monitored. Each room is fully equipped with towels, soap, shampoo, body wash, hairdryer, radio alarm and a TV. A hospitality tray is placed in each room and refilled daily with fresh milk, tea, coffee, hot chocolate and biscuits as well as bottled water. Free wi-fi is available throughout the house and ironing facilities are available for our guests.



Cost from £70 Per Room

Set your trip dates



Availability Room Beds High Cost Mid Cost Low Cost Cost Type En-suite
Set Your Trip Date Room 2 1 x Double & Single ₤95.00 ₤95.00 ₤95.00 Per Room Yes
First floor ensuite double, twin or triple room. £95 if used as a triple room, £80 if used as a twin and £70 if used as a double.
Set Your Trip Date Room 4 1 x Double ₤70.00 ₤70.00 ₤70.00 Per Room Yes
Second floor ensuite double room.
Set Your Trip Date Room 5 1 x Double ₤70.00 ₤70.00 ₤70.00 Per Room Yes
Second floor ensuite double room.
Set Your Trip Date Room 1 1 x Double ₤70.00 ₤70.00 ₤70.00 Per Person Yes
First floor ensuite double room.


The Town House BB Guest House Reviews

The Town House B and B Guest House 18 Rose Hill Street Conwy Town LL32 8LD 01492 596454 The Town House BB Guest House https://bedandbreakfast.uk/propertyimages/698/TheTownHouseflowers003.JPG £70
The Town House BB Guest House in Conwy Town
5 Star Rating
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We stopped in Conwy and decided on a whim to stay the night. Knocked on the door and after a very friendly welcome were shown a vacant room right at the top of the house. Room was compact, comfortable, spotlessly clean with everything needed for a comfortable night. The breakfast was amazing, especially my fruit granola, highly recommended. The hosts couldnt have been friendlier. I would highly recommend this B&B. Wish we had stayed longer.



About Conwy Town


Conwy is one of only a few medieval walled towns in the UK, a world heritage site and stunningly placed just outside the Snowdonia National Park. An ideal spot to locate yourself when visiting North Wales, convenient for all the many attractions in the area.

Built by Edward 1st in an aborted effort to subdue the Welsh, Conwy is one of many English Castles in the area. Conwy also benefits from some beautiful and ancient buildings within the town, the best of these being Plas Mawr, which is a 15th century Merchants House and has been restored to exactly how it was when first built. You will not find a better example anywhere in the world, a truly magnificient building.

The oldest house in Conwy is Aberconwy House which is the only remaining 13th century house left in the town, now run by the National Trust and providing a real insight into how life was during the years when the Castle and walls where first built.

St Mary Church is in the centre of the town and a real focal point, originally here 100 years before the Castle and used by the Cistertion monks, but later sacked and demolished when the monks where moved out of the town by Edward. Only to be reinstated when the town required a place of worship.

Stroll along the newly refurbished quay and watch the visiting famillies fish for crabs, a pastime which is centuries old. Or vsit one of the many restaraunts and sample the Conwy mussells which are still fished for by several local famillies from the river Conwy, but remember there must be an R in the month!