The Fish and Chip Shop – Next door is very good and has a great reputation. Castle View Inn: Just up the road which is dog friendly and serves very good high-end pub food.
Local shop – Beyond the pub further up the road is a Co-op food hall.
Deganwy Village is a 5 minute walk.
Deganwy Marina – The Quay Hotel, Restaurant and Spa. It is a 4 star hotel. You can see it from the main bedroom.
Conwy Town and Quay – No visit to the area is complete without a visit to Conwy. It is a World Heritage site. The combination of Castle and Town Wall makes Conwy one of Europe’s finest surviving medieval towns; The walls of Conwy are judged the finest in Britain. Conwy has lots to offer. It’s a really lovely place. You can pay to go into the Castle or walk the walls free of charge, you can potter around the many local shops, visit the cafés and restaurants and also walk down to Conwy Quay where you can go crabbing, have your lunch or just sit and enjoy the ambience.
Look up ‘ What’s on’ in the area online, there are food festivals, Celtic fairs, Christmas fairs, pirate weekends, live music nights down in Conwy. Sometimes there are fireworks at the Castle which you can see from ‘The View’
Walkies – Deganwy has a dog friendly beach from where you can walk all the way into Llandudno’s West Shore (all dog friendly except for an area in the summer months which are clearly marked). Please ensure you are aware of this as there can be an on the spot fine.
Llandudno – The Victorian town of Llandudno is a 10 minute drive in the car. Again, it’s well worth a visit. It has one of the longest Victorian Piers in the UK. It has a dry ski slope, cable car which shows you the whole area, a tram which takes you up to the top of The Orme. If you don’t want to get on the tram you can drive round The Orme. It is quite simply spectacular and well worth a visit. You can see across to Anglesey and Puffin Island. Llandudno has a large promenade. Parc Llandudno is on the outskirts of the town and has a lot of the high street chains as well as the high street. There are plenty of eateries here.
Betws Y Coed and Swallow Falls. This is a magical place. In the autumn / winter it has an alpine feel and in the spring / summer it has a sense of warmth about it. Betws is the gateway to Snowdonia and again if you have time it’s well worth a visit. You can picnic, lunch, shop and stroll round this wonderful area.
Beach life – Well we have an abundance of beaches in this part of Wales. Deganwy, Conwy, Llandudno, Rhos On Sea, Colwyn Bay to name a few.
Adventure Junkie – If you are looking for adventure then go to Zip World. We have the longest zip wire in Europe, bouncing nets in the deep mines in Blaenau Ffestiniog and high ropes in the tree tops to name a few. North Wales is becoming known as the extreme sport adventure area of Europe.
If you fancy a surf lesson or going surfing then visit Adventure Parc Snowdonia. They have other activities up there as well if surfing isn’t your thing. It’s worth a visit.
Children Welsh Mountain Zoo, Greenwood Forest Park, Anglesey Sea Zoo, Gypsy Wood, Pili Palas, Foel Farm, National Trust, Steam Trains, Bonkerz, swimming pools in Llandudno and Colwyn bay, paddling pools in Llandudno and Rhos on Sea, to name but a few are all great places for the kids, some are dog friendly too. There are many other places to visit and of course many walks to suit everyone including Snowdonia.
There are an abundance of eateries in the area, from fast food to fine dining.
Travel – most people visit this area by car, however we do have a small train station in Deganwy and also Llandudno is only a 10 minute taxi drive away.