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Invested my £1 and the turnstile moved slightly and then locked before I could get through, so I didn’t get to see how good the falls are. I didn’t have another £1 coin and had a busy itinerary photographing other parts of Snowdonia, so rather...More
We loved our visit to Conwy Falls - we had visited Swallw Falls a couple of days before, and had been disappointed, but we felt Conwy Falls were much better. The weather wasn’t great, but we had the right clothing, so all good. There’s free...More
It cost 1 GBP to enter but then you have the freedom to choose three various trails of different levels of difficulty. The longer trail takes you through fields of lavender and large ferns up to your waist. The falls are majestic and gorgeous.
It was a lovely hot summer day. We sat on the bank eating our fish & chips and enjoying our ice creams. The Mother in Law pointed to a rock formation in the water and exclaimed "That looks like a Frog!" and promptly dropped her...More
The weather was awful so we just wanted a short walk to somewhere scenic to take some nice photos. The walk to the waterfalls weren't too far through the woods and not too steep or slippery either. Beautiful natural unspoilt scenery a very magical place.
We visited this place late one sunny afternoon. It’s £1 per person entry via a turnstile although we did notice some people coming through the cafe to gain access to the path.
We did the longer 15min walk to the falls which really didn’t take...More
Tea room served a pot of tea for 3 small cups and asked 2p40 per person, and 2 dumb thick slices pieces of cake, add some soup with slices of bread and ask 25pound50. Perhaps the location? Nahh. Perhaps the view? Nope. Abfab establishment? Nope....More
Yes, you pay £1 to enter the grounds that allow access to Conwy falls. There are two trails down to the falls, the longest which offers a couple of viewing points into the valley. Lovely & peaceful although not really suitable for push / wheel...More