Getting to Conwy County
Conwy county is easy to reach by fast and frequent services from most parts of Britain. There are regular connecting services between Llandudno and London Euston, as well as a direct rail service from Manchester Piccadilly station. Along the coast, there are also stations at: Pensarn, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, Penmaenmawr, and Llanfairfechan.
Further information is available from National Rail Enquiries website.
Travel inland on the Conwy Valley line. It runs from Llandudno through Snowdonia to Betws-y-Coed and Blaenau Ffestiniog. Further information is available from the Conwy Valley Railway website.
The Train Taxi website provides information on taxi transfers
If you’re visiting from overseas, a ‘BritRail Pass’ is an inexpensive way for you to travel throughout the UK. It’s available to non-UK residents only and must be purchased before leaving your home country. For further information, visit the Brit Rail website.
From the North West use the M56 and A55 expressway. From the Midlands and the south of England use the M6, M5 and M1. For a scenic route from the Midlands take the A5 via Shrewsbury and Llangollen.
For useful information on planning your journey by car to Conwy:
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The National Express coach network stops at Llandudno and other coastal towns. For further information, visit the Go By Coach website.
Both Manchester and Liverpool airports are within easy reach with direct transfers by road, coach and train. Visit the Manchester Airport and Liverpool Airport websites for further information.