Visit Llanfairfechan and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Llanfairfechan, Conwy. Little St Mary's suggests by its name that its foundation was either late or overtaken by the 13th century conquest of Edward I. Nowadays it is a seaside resort with a character dominated by the great stretch of firm sands over which at low tide you can cross dry-foot almost to Anglesey. The bathing is excellent; it is the last place of its kind along this coast, and is for the more selective visitor. Modern housing development has made attractive advances on the hill-sides above it.
Abergwyngregin, or simply Aber, has relatively greater historical claims, mainly as a place of passage across the Lavan Sands. The sides of the valley leading from Llanfairfechan to Aber are held in by Mod Wnion (1,902 ft) and Ffridd Ddu (Black Way, 1,187); but at its head tower Foel Fras (3.091) and Yr Arvg (2,875). It is one of the best places for the walker to find his way over Foe! Grach (3,195) to the heights of the Carnedds, Ddafydd and Llywelyn, and the mysterious and haunted Llyn Ogwen.
Nearby towns: Bangor, Bethesda, Penmaenmawr
Nearby villages: Aber, Beaumaris, Caerhun, Colwyn, Conwy, Cwm-y-Glo, Dalgarrog, Deganwy, Dinorwic, Eglwysbach, Llanbedr-y-Cennin, Llanberis, Llanddoged, Llanddona, Llandegai, Llandegfan, Llandrillo-yn-Rhos, Llandudno, Llandudno Junction, Llanfaes, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Llangelynin, Llangoed, Llanllechid, Llanrug, Llanrwst, Menai Bridge, Mochdre, Penmon, Pentraeth, Rhos-on-Sea, Tal-y-Cafn, Trefriw, Tregarth, Waunfawr
Have you decided to visit Llanfairfechan or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Llanfairfechan bed and breakfast (a Llanfairfechan B&B or Llanfairfechan b and b)
- a Llanfairfechan guesthouse
- a Llanfairfechan hotel (or motel)
- a Llanfairfechan self-catering establishment, or
- other Llanfairfechan accommodation