A 14th-century merchant's house, Aberconwy House is the only medieval merchant's house in Conwy to have survived almost six centuries of turbulent history in the town.
It's mine exploring with attitude, whether you want to climb a waterfall or scale an airshaft, descend to the deepest accessible point in the UK, leap off of the 70ft freefall or ride the longest and deepest underground zipline in the world.
The place to go for shopping and eating combo in the Conwy Valley. Bodnant showcases the very best Welsh artisan produce, from organic veg to cheeses, mountain lamb to tasty treats.
Thomas Telford's elegant suspension bridge and toll-keeper's house helped bring Conwy to life through trade and travel.
A stunning 13th Century fortress, buiilt by Llywelyn Fawr, the Prince of Gwynedd, and ruler of most of Wales, Dolwyddelan Castle stands on a craggy outcrop in the scenic Lledr valley between Betws-y-Coed and Blaenau Ffestiniog.