Royal Cambrian Academy
Founded in 1881 and still going strong, the academy runs a full calendar of exhibitions by its members in its twin white-walled...
Completed in 1585 for the merchant and courtier Robert Wynn, Plas Mawr is one of Britain's finest surviving Elizabethan town houses. The...
Timber-and-plaster Aberconwy House is the town's oldest medieval merchant's house, dating from around 1300. Over the years it has been a...
Albion Ale House
Born out of a collaboration of four Welsh craft breweries (Purple Moose, Conwy, Nant and Great Orme), this heritage-listed 1920s boozer...
There's something tremendously appealing about the stereotypical Italian-ness of Alfredo's (chequerboard tablecloths, fake ivy, fairy...
Watson’s Bistro information
Lonely Planet review
Hidden in a garden-like setting, right up against the town wall, Watson's marries classic French bistro cooking with a modern Welsh sensibility and quality local ingredients. Everything is homemade, from the chicken-liver paté at the start of the meal to the ice cream at the end. Book to arrive before 6.30pm for the early-bird set menu (three courses £18).