LlanrwstConwy in North Wales. On and off since the 13th Century the town has claimed independence, and in 1947, Llanrwst town council made an unsuccessful submission to the United Nations for a seat on the security council, stating that Llanrwst was an independent state within Wales.
By carLlanrwst is on the A470 road north of Betws y Coed.
By trainIt is served by two station on the Conwy Valley Line from Llandudno via Llandudno Junction to Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Gwydir Castle15th century fortified manor house
address: Church Street (Tan yr Eglwys)The current church was built in the late 15th century, possibly in the 1470s replacing the first church on this site which was erected about 1170 and partly destroyed by fire when Llanrwst was sacked by Owain Glyndwyr. The Gwydir Chapel was added in 1633–34 by Richard Wynn of Gwydir. The west tower was added in the early 19th century, replacing a bellcote.
There is a wide range of small independent shops in the town.
phone: +44 1492 641329address: Stryd Dinbych, LlanrwstSiop Lyfrau Cymreg. Llyfrau Cymraeg a Saesneg am Gymru. Cardiau ac anrhegion. Welsh Book Shop. Welsh language and Welsh interest books. Greeting Cards and gifts.
phone: +44 1492 643454address: 15 Gate Mews, Ancaster SquareCraft and gift shop selling a wide range of craft materials and hand made gifts.
phone: +44 1492 640789address: Station RoadNorth Wales Fine Antique Furniture and Clock Specialists, specialising in locally made antiques.
phone: +44 1492 641910address: Regent House, Denbigh StreetAn award-winning traditional Bangladeshi Restaurant and Take-away in beautiful North Wales, where we take great pride in introducing our European friends to the mouth-watering cuisine of the Indian sub-continent.
phone: +44 1492 642111address: Heol Yr Orsaf Station Rd.
phone: +44 1492 660 244address: A470, MaenanFirs Cottage B&B offers peace and relaxation in a comfortable and historic family home nestling on the edge of the Conwy Valley and The Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.