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Originally known as Din-Gonwy is to be found in North Wales lying almost midway between Llandudno and Conwy – the name meant “Fort on the River Conwy” and it was one of the main residences of King Maelgwyn who built his castle here on this rocky outcrop overlooking the town which is better known today as Deganwy, the castle though no longer remains having been demolished by the Welsh Prince Llewelyn ap Gruffydd to prevent the English from using it ever again. As early as the 12th century there was a dock in Deganwy but it wasn’t until the 1880’s that it became an important part of the area’s economy. At the time slate quarrying was at its peak and most of the slate was being exported via Porthmadog. The London and North Western Railway Company constructed Deganwy Dock and this meant that Deganwy provided an alternate shipping point for the slate. Up until around 1914 Deganwy was at its busiest, exporting local slate and importing timber from Scandanavia and then the First World War saw a decline in the fortunes of the town and the docks. instead of the bustling port it once was, were then used by local boat builders, builders merchants and winter storage of boats. Until recently Deganwy suffered, whereas Conwy and Llandudno had built a tourist industry Deganwy had relied on industry and this had been in sad decline for a number of years. Today though Deganwy is adapting and is embracing tourism with the construction of a new hotel, apartments overlooking the Conwy Estuary and its own marina. It benefits from its central location between Conwy and Llandudno and is ideally placed for visits to Snowdonia or to the many towns along the Welsh coast.


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Deganwy Castle Hotel (0.10 miles)

Deganwy Castle Hotel

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This listed building, originally a farmhouse dating from the 17th century, is now a hotel offering modern amenities whilst keeping its old world charm. Period features ... More

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Quay Hotel (0.48 miles)

Quay Hotel

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Brand new five star quality hotel, located on the breathtaking Deganwy marina, opening mid summer 2006. With views overlooking the conwy Estuary and Deganwy marina, be one of the first ... More

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Castle Hotel (1.12 miles)

Castle Hotel

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The Castle Hotel is a 17th Century coaching inn full of charm and atmosphere, in the centre of the World Heritage town of Conwy.
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Castlebank Hotel (1.15 miles)

Castlebank Hotel

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Castlebank Hotel is an imposing Grade II listed Victorian townhouse , set in its’ own grounds by the walls of Conwy's historic medieval castle. There are eight individually furnished cosy ... More

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Bodysgallen Hall & Spa (1.20 miles)

Bodysgallen Hall & Spa

Bodysgallen Hall and Spa is set in a 200 acre private estate, overlooking gardens and parkland, with spectacular views of Snowdonia and Conwy Castle. Steeped in history and furnished with antiques and fine paintings, the ... More | visit website

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Bryn Corach (1.34 miles)

Bryn Corach

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This fanciful turreted house, reputedly inspired by Conwy Castle, has hosted our walking holidays since 1913. From its splendid elevated position there are sweeping views over the historic walled town ... More

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Glan Heulog Guest House (1.40 miles)

Glan Heulog Guest House
Glan Heulog Bed and Breakfast Historic quality bed and breakfast in a historic Conwy Town setting Glan Heulog Bed and Breakfast is located in the historic World Heritage town of Conwy, North Wales. The ... More | visit website
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The Lilly Restaurant with Rooms (1.48 miles)

The Lilly Restaurant with Rooms
The Lilly is perfectly located for you to explore Llandudno and North Wales. Situated on the west shore, right by the sea with the Great Orme in the immediate background we're in close proximity to ... More | visit website
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Sandringham Hotel (1.48 miles)

Sandringham Hotel

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Relax in the comfortable surroundings of The Sandringham Hotel, whilst our friendly and helpfull staff do their utmost to ensure your stay is enjoyable. The hotel is situated ... More

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Links Hotel (1.54 miles)

Links Hotel

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Close to all that the seaside resort of Llandudno has to offer, the Links Hotel is just across the road from the bowling alley and only 5 minutes from the beach ... More

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