Conwy has a number of pubs to choose from but beware, if its night-clubs and drinking to the small hours you're after you'll never find it here. You will however find the oldest pub in Wales called The Groes Inn, which is actually two miles from the town centre. The Groes - or Crossroad in English, has spectacular views of the estuary and a number of daily specials with homely comforts. The Groes also has fourteen bedrooms and was first licensed in 1573 which means it has over four centuries of hospitality.
Typically a tourist town, Conwy has kept its olde world feel and the pubs in the town centre reflect this perfectly. Try the Liverpool Arms for a good cool ale from a traditional pint glass overlooking the quay, the George and Dragon on Castle Street with its log fire, The Bridge Inn with its real ale selection or of course the fantastic Castle Hotel in the town centre which also serves wine!
If you plan to travel to Conwy from Manchester International Airport, be sure to obtain a quote from us here at Bluestone Cars. We are also listed by the Wales Tourist Board as the national provider of airport shuttle services in north Wales.