Getting Here - Conwy Town
Mainline train services run to Conwy, including London Euston. Let the train take the strain - we are very conveniently located just around the corner from the station.
There's quick, straightforward access from the North West along the M56 and A55 coastal highway. Motorway links with the Midlands and South of England are good too - the M6, M5 and M1 linking onto the A5.
Transfers from the international gateways of Manchester and Birmingham generally take less than 2 hours, Liverpool less than 1.5 hours.
Irish Ferries and Stena Line operate regular and high-speed services to Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey from Dublin and Dun Laoghaire. It is approx. 40 minutes drive from Holyhead to Conwy. (Irish Ferries: 08705 171717 / Stena Line: 08705 707070)
Getting Out and About
Please help to minimise the impact your holiday will have on this beautiful area by parking your car and using the excellent public transport links. The bus stop is just 60 yards from our house and the train station is just as close so it could not be more convenient! The Conwy Valley line offers one of the most beautiful rail experiences in Britain and will take you right up into the mountains within Snowdonia National Park. There are also regular direct train services to the delightful walled City of Chester, always a popular day trip. A regular open top bus service links Conwy with Llandudno, and you also have a regular water taxi in summer linking you to the charming riverside village of Deganwy.