Llanrwst Conwy Snowdonia Mountains and Coast Wales

Llanrwst Tourist Information

Cân i Gymru's 2010 song writing Competition was won this year by Llanrwst's very own Alun Evans.

His song Bws i'r Lleuad was sung by another local favorite Tomos Wyn Williams.

Congratulations Alun!!
Bws i'r Lleuad

Once the bustling point of commerce in North Wales due to it's historic river crossing Llanrwst remains vibrant today due to it's weekly markets and prime location between Mount Snowdon and the coast.Just because coach tours don't stop in Llanrwst doesn't mean it is without anything to see or do. Many would visit Pont Fawr Bridge, St Grwst Church, Tu-hwnt-i'r-bont, Ancaster Square, the Old Tannery, the Almshouses & Gwydir Castle, but the real draw to Llanrwst is the people.

The people that work in Llanrwst live in Llanrwst and their community pride shows.

Photographs by Dave Newbould website link

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