Conwy is one of the most beautiful areas in North Wales, in fact the whole of Wales. Thanks to its strong natural beauty, things to do and places to see, it has been able to establish itself as a ‘must see’ region of the United Kingdom. Located among the areas of Snowdonia, Anglesey and easy access to mid-Wales, Conwy is the perfect region to base your family during a short break. When it comes to places to visit in Conwy, there is a very generous array that will ensure you find plenty for all of the family.
Set amidst the Snowdonia National Park in the picturesque Conwy Valley –North Wales the Conwy Water Gardens operates the perfect attraction for people from near and far. Located within the Water Gardens you will be pleased to hear that there is a nature trail, pancake house, aquatic centre and coarse fishing lake! Below is some information regarding the Water Garden’s – but before you read on, it’s worth mentioning that it is free admission – whether you want to just look round and feed the ducks or spend a day here, come and visit this beautiful part of Wales!
The Nature Trail is set amidst a wonderful woodland valley that you can enjoy a leisurely stroll around. Through this area, you will enjoy a tranquil setting while having the opportunity to discover Capybaras, Pheasants, Fantail pigeons, many Ducks and the Otters! While on this mini adventure, you will be able to see and hear hundreds of woodland birds.
The famous North Wales Dutch Pancake House is alone one of the best places to visit in North Wales. Let alone when combined with the other features at the water garden! As one of the most unique places to eat in the area, the Pancake House offers a mighty choice of 65 different pancakes. From sweet to savoury, they have it covered! Expect a friendly atmosphere, fantastic service, a licensed bar and the ability to cater for groups up to 40 people, the North Wales pancake house is a fantastic place to visit in North Wales.
The Aquatic Centre is full of everything you could ever want to buy or browse at. From indoor aquatics, outdoor pond to reptile products, you will find something of interest in the lovely aquatics area. If you need any assistance in discovering more about these themes, the in-house specialists will be able to help cater for your needs. From outdoor gardening to keeping reptiles, this place is for you.
Located within the grounds of the Conwy Water Garden are three wells stocked coarse fishing lakes that enjoy phenomenal views of the Rowen Valley and its surrounding – natural wood land and farm areas. Many fishermen that visit the coarse fishing lakes regularly testify that the lakes are some of the finest located in North Wales, making them the premier fishery in the region. Complete with a shop, place to eat and amenities for whoever may accompany you, there is something perfect for all people on or around the lakes.
Also available is an outside eating area, children’s play area and an Aquatic Centre with over 100 species of fish, a Reptile House with all sorts of creepy crawlies and an aquatic centre for all your fish and pond supplies.
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