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Rwst Holiday Lodges

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RWST Holiday Lodges is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, a selection of lovingly restored holiday cottages on the banks of the River Conwy, only a stone’s throw away from Snowdonia National Park.
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Blending fantastic accommodation with a picture-perfect setting in the middle of miles of the rolling Welsh countryside, this beautifully landscaped park offers the perfect rural escape.
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Ty Mawr

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Ty Mawr Holiday Park emerges as a beacon of joy for holidaymakers seeking both adventure and peace.
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Conwy Visitor's Guide

Embark on a journey to Conwy, where the rugged Welsh landscape meets medieval charm. This coastal haven boasts the imposing Conwy Castle, a World Heritage Site that offers panoramic views across the town and sea. Savour local seafood, Welsh rarebit, and hearty ales in cosy pubs and eateries. Get active with hiking trails in Snowdonia National Park or surf the waves at Adventure Parc Snowdonia. Conwy's smallest house in Great Britain adds a quirky touch to your visit. For those seeking a romantic escape, family fun, or a mates' retreat, opting for a lodge or cabin stay truly enhances the experience.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Conwy?

Conwy, a gem on the North Wales coast, is a prime spot for a lodge break. With its medieval Conwy Castle and town walls, the place oozes character without being stuck in the past. In 2024, the town is buzzing more than ever, thanks to new attractions and a calendar packed with events, including the Conwy Pirate Weekend and the Honey Fair. Lodges offer the freedom and space that hotels can't match, perfect for families or groups seeking a more relaxed vibe. What sets Conwy apart? It's the blend of coastal and country with a dash of culture – all within a stone's throw of your lodge.

If you're visiting Conwy with kids

Conwy is a playground for kids. The area's natural beauty is a backdrop for adventures, from exploring Conwy Castle to crabbing on the quayside. Lodges give kids room to roam and a base for family bonding. Here's what you should pack:

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for castle steps and nature trails.
  2. Beach gear for sandy fun at Colwyn Bay.
  3. Binoculars for bird watching at RSPB Conwy.
  4. Rain gear, because Welsh weather can be unpredictable.
  5. Swimwear for the indoor pools at many lodge parks.

Lodges often come with games and outdoor space, so kids can play while parents relax. And with kitchen facilities, meal times are a breeze.

Pet Friendly Conwy Adventures

Conwy welcomes pets with open arms. Many lodges cater to pet owners, offering enclosed gardens for peace of mind. When it's time to eat, The Erskine Arms and The Albion Ale House are just a couple of the dog-friendly pubs where you can enjoy a meal with your furry friend by your side. A top tip: always check the pet policy when booking your lodge, as some may offer extras like dog beds and treats.

Dog walking ideas in Conwy

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Conwy Mountain 3.5 Mountain views, wildlife LL32 8ER
Conwy Quay 1 Harbour, castle walls LL32 8BB
Marine Walk, Rhos-on-Sea 2.5 Coastal, cafes LL28 4HZ
Llyn Brenig Varies Lake, forest LL21 9TT
Betws-y-Coed Varies River, woodland LL24 0AE

These walks offer a mix of terrains and sights, ensuring you and your dog can enjoy the variety of landscapes Conwy has to offer.

Romantic Breaks for Couples

If you're eyeing a getaway with your other half, Conwy won't disappoint. Picture yourselves unwinding in a cosy lodge, perhaps one with a hot tub under the stars – it's the perfect setting for romance. Many lodges in Conwy cater to couples, offering pamper packs to enhance your stay. For a touch of luxury, seek out lodges that partner with local spas or have in-house facilities. Dining out is a treat here too, with intimate eateries dotting the landscape. Imagine sipping wine by a roaring fire or enjoying a meal with breathtaking views. It's all about creating those special moments together.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

Conwy is a treasure trove of Welsh culinary experiences. The local cuisine is hearty and often features lamb and seafood. For a taste of tradition, try the Welsh rarebit or a succulent roast lamb dish. When it comes to dining, The Erskine Arms is a gem for families, offering a warm atmosphere and dishes to please all ages. Couples might prefer the intimate setting of Watson's Bistro, known for its fine dining and local ingredients. These spots not only serve up delicious food but also a slice of Conwy's welcoming spirit.

For a good night out

Conwy's nightlife may be laid-back, but it's far from dull. For a good night out, start at The Albion Ale House, a favourite among locals and visitors for its selection of craft beers and historic charm. If you're after live music, check out The Blue Bell Pub, which often hosts local bands. For something more low-key, the waterfront The Liverpool Arms offers a relaxing end to the evening with a pint and a view.


Fishing enthusiasts, take note: Conwy is your haven. Here's a quick list of prime spots:

  • Trefriw Fishery - LL27 0JH
  • Conwy Water Gardens - LL32 8TP
  • Llyn Brenig - LL21 9TT
  • Eglwysbach Fishery - LL28 5UD
  • Tan-y-Mynydd Fishing Lakes - LL34 6YF

These locations offer a mix of trout, carp, and coarse fishing, catering to all skill levels.

Outdoor Adventures

For outdoor thrills, Conwy is your playground. Head to Adventure Parc Snowdonia for surfing and paddleboarding, with prices starting around £40. They're open most of the year, but always check ahead for seasonal changes. Zip World Fforest offers sky-high adventures with zip lines and treetop nets. Expect to pay from £20 for various activities, and they're open from spring to autumn, weather permitting.

Shopping and Souvenirs

NameTypeOn OfferPostcode
Conwy PotteryArtisan ShopHandcrafted potteryLL32 8YZ
Conwy PearlGift ShopJewellery & souvenirsLL32 8GW
Mostyn StreetHigh StreetVarious shopsLL30 2RP
Bodnant Welsh Food CentreSpecialty FoodLocal produce & giftsLL28 5RP
Knights ShopHistorical GiftsMedieval-themed itemsLL32 8AY

Whether you're after local crafts or unique keepsakes, Conwy's shopping scene has you covered.

Top lodge breaks for 2024 in Conwy

Tan Rallt Holiday Park and Spa, Conwy

Driving Distance: About 21 minutes (11.63 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: At Tan Rallt Holiday Park and Spa, you'll find a serene retreat nestled in the Welsh countryside, offering luxury lodges with private hot tubs, pet-friendly options, and access to a full-service spa and gym.

Who will love these lodges? This park is a haven for couples seeking a romantic escape, families looking for a tranquil getaway, and pet owners who want to bring their furry friends along. The park's luxury accommodations and spa facilities make it a standout choice for relaxation and pampering.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite, indulge in the spa and gym facilities or dine at The Cliff's restaurant & bar, which serves locally sourced cuisine. For outdoor dining, the heated terrace allows guests to enjoy meals with their pets year-round.

What's nearby? Nearby attractions include the historic Conwy Castle (approximately 20 minutes' drive), the Welsh Mountain Zoo (about 25 minutes), and the seaside town of Llandudno (around 30 minutes).

Accommodation options: Tan Rallt offers a range of accommodations, from the Cliff Top Lodge ideal for couples or small families, to the pet-friendly Gwrych Lodge and Hillside Lodge, each sleeping up to 4 guests. Snowdonia View is a luxurious option for up to 6 guests, complete with a hot tub and pet-friendly amenities.

Rwst Holiday Lodges, Conwy

Driving Distance: About 22 minutes (12.52 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 2 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Rwst Holiday Lodges offers a charming collection of Daisy Door Cottage Style accommodations, with a focus on comfort and luxury, nestled by the River Conwy and a short journey from Snowdonia National Park.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for couples looking for a romantic retreat or small groups of friends, these lodges provide a cosy base to explore the stunning surroundings. Pet-friendly options mean your four-legged companions can join the adventure.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite facilities include a spa, communal hot tubs, and bike storage. The tranquil setting is perfect for riverside walks and unwinding in nature.

What's nearby? The majestic Snowdonia National Park is just a stone's throw away, offering endless hiking and outdoor activities (about 30 minutes' drive).

Accommodation options: The lodges, such as Blackthorn and Cherry Cottage, are beautifully refurbished one-bedroom cottages, perfect for couples. They offer luxurious furnishings, en-suite facilities, and some have private outdoor dining areas. Pets are welcome in most accommodations.

Ty Mawr, Conwy

Driving Distance: About 20 minutes (13.20 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 8 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Ty Mawr Holiday Park is a vibrant park with a coastal location, offering a plethora of activities for all ages, from an indoor swimming pool with a slide to high ropes courses and adventure golf.

Who will love these lodges? Families and groups seeking an action-packed holiday will find Ty Mawr ideal. With its extensive range of activities and entertainment, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The park features a sports dome, multiple dining options including The Boathouse Bar & Restaurant, and an entertainment venue for evening fun.

What's nearby? Venture off-park to discover beautiful beaches and historical sites, or take on the outdoor pursuits in Snowdonia National Park (about 30 minutes' drive).

Accommodation options: Accommodations range from the Kinmel Lodge, ideal for families, to the larger Snowdon Lodge, which can sleep up to 8 guests. All lodges are designed with comfort in mind, providing a cosy home away from home.

Golden Sands Holiday Park Rhyl, Flintshire

Driving Distance: About 24 minutes (14.66 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 5 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Golden Sands Holiday Park Rhyl is a family-friendly park with over 85 years of history, located right next to the beach and offering a range of facilities including an indoor heated pool and adventure playground.

Who will love these lodges? Perfect for families and beach lovers, this park provides direct beach access and a host of on-site amenities to keep everyone entertained.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Enjoy the indoor pool, daytime activities, and evening entertainment. Dining options include a sports bar/restaurant and a fish and chip shop.

What's nearby? Explore the local towns of Rhyl, Prestatyn, and Llandudno, or take a trip to Snowdonia National Park for outdoor adventures (about 30 minutes to 1 hour's drive).

Accommodation options: The Comfort Chalet 5 is a cosy option for smaller families or groups, with central heating and a fully equipped kitchen. Pet-friendly accommodations ensure your pets can join in the holiday fun.

Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In Conwy

Conwy Castle

  • Opening Times: Vary seasonally, usually 9:30 am - 5 pm
  • Prices: Adults £9.90, Children £5.90
  • Postcode: LL32 8AY
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Morfa Bach car park

Conwy Castle is a gritty, dark-stoned fortress that commands attention. It's perfect for families and history enthusiasts. There's always something new to discover among its towers and ramparts. The best time to visit is during the quieter months, outside of school holidays. To get more from your visit, grab an audio guide or join a guided tour to dive deep into the castle's past.

Phone number: 01492 592358 | Web:

Bodnant Garden

  • Opening Times: 10 am - 5 pm
  • Prices: Adults £14.00, Children £7.00
  • Postcode: LL28 5RE
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Bodnant Garden is a horticultural haven with vibrant colours and serene landscapes. It's a hit with gardeners and nature lovers. The Laburnum Arch in full bloom is a sight to behold. Visit in spring or autumn for a mesmerising display of colours. Wear comfy shoes, and don't miss the far-reaching views from The Terraces.

Phone number: 01492 650460 | Web:

Plas Mawr

  • Opening Times: 11 am - 4 pm
  • Prices: Adults £6.90, Children £4.10
  • Postcode: LL32 8DE
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: Vicarage Gardens car park

Plas Mawr stands as a testament to Elizabethan grandeur. It's a must-see for anyone who loves stepping back in time. The house is often refreshed with new exhibits and insights into Tudor life. It's quieter in the mornings. Remember to look up at the ornate ceilings and ask the guides for their favourite stories.

Phone number: 01492 580167 | Web:

Conwy Suspension Bridge

  • Opening Times: 11 am - 4 pm
  • Prices: Included with Conwy Castle ticket
  • Postcode: LL32 8LD
  • Est. time required: 30 minutes
  • Nearest parking: Morfa Bach car park

The Conwy Suspension Bridge, engineered by Thomas Telford, is an underrated gem. It's ideal for architecture buffs and picturesque walks. The bridge doesn't often get new features, but its timeless design is always impressive. Visit at dusk for a stunning photo op. Don't rush across; take a moment to enjoy the views of the castle.

Phone number: 01492 573282 | Web:

Aberconwy House

  • Opening Times: 11 am - 4 pm
  • Prices: Adults £3.40, Children £1.70
  • Postcode: LL32 8AY
  • Est. time required: 1 hour
  • Nearest parking: Rose Hill Street car park

Aberconwy House is a rare medieval merchant's dwelling, filled with stories. It's a cosy spot for history lovers. The house often hosts small, intimate events that bring its history to life. To avoid crowds, visit on a weekday. The staff are full of anecdotes, so don't be shy to ask questions.

Phone number: 01492 592246 | Web:

Conwy Quay

  • Opening Times: Always open
  • Prices: Free
  • Postcode: LL32 8BB
  • Est. time required: Varies
  • Nearest parking: Vicarage Gardens car park

Conwy Quay is the heart of the town, where you can soak up the local atmosphere. It's great for a leisurely stroll or a bite to eat. The Quay is constantly buzzing with activity, from boat trips to fresh seafood stalls. Early evening is a great time to visit for a relaxed vibe. Try the local mussels, they're famous for a reason.


When planning your trip to Conwy, consider staying in one of the many lodges in Conwy for a comfortable and scenic base to explore these attractions. With a lodge as your home away from home, you'll have the perfect retreat after a day of adventure in this historic Welsh town.


This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with all the comforts of home, but surrounded by Conwy's stunning landscapes. Many lodges in Conwy offer spacious living areas, modern amenities, and often a private hot tub. It's a chance to unwind in nature without sacrificing luxury.

What should I pack when visiting Conwy?

Pack for the outdoors: sturdy walking shoes for exploring, waterproofs for the unpredictable Welsh weather, and layers for the evening chill. Don't forget swimwear for hot tub lodges and a camera to capture the scenic views. Essentials like toiletries and a good book for relaxing evenings are a must.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Conwy provide parking, often right outside your accommodation. It's super convenient for unloading your gear and perfect for day trips. Always check with your specific lodge for any parking restrictions or additional facilities like electric car charging points.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rain or shine, there's plenty to do. Many lodges come equipped with board games, Wi-Fi, and cosy fireplaces. Nearby, you've got Conwy Castle and the Welsh Mountain Zoo for indoor exploring. Plus, there's nothing like listening to the rain from the comfort of your hot tub!

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely! Local takeaways and some restaurants offer delivery services to lodges. Plus, services like Just Eat or Deliveroo might operate in the area. For a more personal touch, check out local farm shops or markets for fresh produce to cook up a storm in your lodge kitchen.

Is Conwy a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Definitely! Conwy in the off-season is quieter, offering a more relaxed vibe. Attractions like Bodnant Garden are open year-round, with each season bringing a different charm. Plus, off-season often means better deals on lodges, so you can enjoy luxury for less.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, hot tubs are cleaned and maintained between guests. Lodge providers in Conwy take hygiene seriously, ensuring you can soak away stress in a sparkling clean tub. Some lodges even offer daily hot tub checks as part of their service.

Are there any pet-friendly lodges in Conwy?

You bet! Many lodges welcome furry friends, so your pooch won't miss out on the adventure. Just make sure to check the lodge's pet policy before booking. Some might charge a small extra fee, but it's worth it to have your four-legged companion by your side.

What local attractions should we not miss?

Don't skip out on Conwy Castle and the town walls for a dose of history. For a unique experience, visit Surf Snowdonia to catch some waves. Nature lovers should head to Bodnant Garden or Snowdonia National Park for breathtaking scenery.

Is there Wi-Fi in the lodges?

Most lodges in Conwy are equipped with Wi-Fi, keeping you connected even on your rural escape. It's perfect for streaming movies on a rainy day or planning your next day's adventures. However, if you're looking to disconnect, you can always switch off and enjoy the tranquillity.

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