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Price and Availability Index in Conwy
Holiday Letting Price Information in Conwy
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Conwy. Prices in a week of July (27/07 - 03/08) go up to £103 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. Conversely, the cheapest average prices are in a week of November (02/11 - 09/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Conwy
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. It is in December that you will find the week with the least available accommodations (22/12 - 29/12). On the contrary, only 27% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in September (28/09 - 05/10).
The weather in Conwy
Above are the weather conditions for Conwy. July is the warmest month of the year in Conwy with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 21°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Discover medieval marvels with a Conwy holiday letting
Conwy is home to some of Britain's grandest structures, as well as its smallest. It is blessed with a burgeoning marina, overlooked by Conwy Castle and surrounded by incredible medieval walls. You'll discover something for the entire family in this unique Welsh treasure trove.
Jewel of the Early Modern age
Plas Mawr symbolises Conwy’s prosperity during Elizabethan times. It is the finest townhouse of its kind in Britain. Owned by a successful merchant, Robert Wynn, it is lavishly decorated and nestled in the heart of Conwy's streets – a fitting reflection of Wynn’s grand ambitions. The ornamental plasterwork in the halls, painted in bright colours, is particularly remarkable.
Discover this Edenic playground
Children love exploring the world-famous Bodnant Garden, which is of national importance. 32 hectares of manicured lawns, glades, meadows, and grand terraces overflowing with flowers are ready to be discovered by the whole family. Learn about the history of the garden, which was home to Britain's first magnolias and unique rhododendron hybrids, and make sure to see its famous Laburnum Arch.
Not to be missed
One of the finest medieval fortifications in Britain, this castle was built for Edward I. Its eight massive towers and bow-shaped great hall are exceptional. It sits atop a narrow rocky outcrop, which offers breathtaking views and protects the structure and has made it virtually invincible over the years.
Smallest House in Great Britain
You may have thought a London home would have merited this accolade, but the smallest house in Great Britain is actually Quay House in Conwy. It was a residence from the 16th century for almost 300 years. One tenant was 6-foot-3 inch fisherman Robert Jones, who was unable to stand up inside and eventually forced to vacate when the council deemed the house unfit for human habitation.
This bustling marina is one of North Wales's most thriving. Set amid boats bobbing in the harbour, the quay is the perfect place from which to gaze up at Conwy Castle. Although the Mussel Centre nearby tells you everything you might need to know about harvesting the tasty seafood, be sure to venture beyond the quay to sample the best that the local restaurants have to offer.
Conwy Town Walls
This incredible medieval structure was built almost one thousand years ago and is still standing strong. It was designed as part of an integrated defence system, together with the castle and three gatehouses. Although it received minor damages in some medieval skirmishes, the wall is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Conwy Suspension Bridge
A National Trust site, the Conwy Suspension Bridge is another treasure of the area. At the visitor centre, you can learn about how trade and travel changed Conwy and transformed it into a thriving commercial centre.
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