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Conwy Valley and Coast

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  • Conwy Valley Best Walks

    Conwy Valley Best Walks

    Classic Walks covering all aspects of what the Conwy Valley offers.


  • How Well Do You Know Conwy?

    How Well Do You Know Conwy?

    A heritage quiz book about Llandudno, Conwy and the Conwy valley.


  • Crossing of the Conwy, The

    Crossing of the Conwy, The

    A history of the crossing of the Conwy from prehistoric times to the end of the twentieth century and its significant role in the social and political history of North Wales.


  • Character of Conwy, The

    Character of Conwy, The

    A collection of paintings by Jean Morgan-Roberts, born and bred in Conwy. This compilation portrays the local characters of Conwy, as well as the historic town's buildings and scenery.

    £4.00 Ar Sêl! | On Sale!

    Prīs Gwreiddiol | R.R.P.: £6.75

  • Man Called Jones and his Smallest House, A

    Man Called Jones and his Smallest House, A

    The story of the smallest house in Britain situated on the quayside at Conwy and the remarkable character who made it one of Wales's biggest tourist attractions.


  • Smallest House Cookbook, The

    Smallest House Cookbook, The

    He cooked his meals on the tiny fireplace and baked in the incredibly small oven, harvesting most of his food from the sea.


  • Llandudno Before the Hotels

    Llandudno Before the Hotels

    This volume reveals the long and dramatic history of one of Wales's most popular towns, from the arrival of its first visitors, twelve thousand years ago, until the ninteenth century eviction from their 'tai unnos' of over a hundred people to make way for hotels and holidaymakers.


  • Great Orme Tramway The

    Great Orme Tramway The

    For more than 100 years, the Great Orme Tramway has served faithfully the northern Wales seaside resort of Llandudno, providing residents and visitors alike with a truely spectacular means of gaining the summit of the Gogarth - (the Great Orme) - headland.


  • Populating the Past: Penmaenmawr's Mysterious Beginnings

    Populating the Past: Penmaenmawr

    A fascinating exploration of three prehistoric sites in the Penmaenmawr area comprising information gleaned from surveys and excavations carried out on the sites during the 20th century.


  • A - Z of Betws-y-Coed, The

    A - Z of Betws-y-Coed, The

    A miscellany of selected past and present facts associated with the village and parish of Betws-y-coed, including character anecdotes.