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This can take many forms, from sitting in flowered gardens or even the local park, at one of the local hotels  or bed & breakfasts reading a book.

We have a number of good pubs and restaurants within Penmaenmawr and Dwygyfylchi that should be able to cater for most people.

Taking a gentle evening stroll along the soft sandy beaches, looking out over the clear blue sea to Puffin Ireland and Anglesey and watching some of the most breathtaking sunsets.  Our beach Now has been awarded the Blue Flag.

In the heart of the Village of Penmaenmawr some of the original features of the  old town still exist and this has many expanding and developing businesses.  However, since the A55 has bypassed the village the town the road is quieter from the busy road that was once used as the main route from Conwy to Holyhead.  Within the town we have a number of local village shops, businesses and places to eat which are well worth visiting.

At Penmaenmawr there is something for everyone


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