Directions & finding Gwynfryn B&B

Throughout this page you will find detailed directions bringing you to our door when arriving by car.

If planning your journey on Public Transport we would suggest using the Traveline website.
Train information: Trainline 08457 484950
Local bus information: (0044) 01492 575412
Please take a look at the Train page for directions from the station and useful information.

Driving directions to Conwy

Conwy is located at junctions 17 & 18 on the A55 dual carriage which links to the motorway network.
The A470 links North Wales with South Wales and along with the A5 brings guests though the scenic Conwy Valley.
Below you will find how to reach Conwy with detailed instructions of how to find Gwynfryn B&B.

Please click here for directions to plan your journey from your door to the door of Gwynfryn Bed and Breakfast. Just enter your starting point in section A.

Driving directions from the East

If arriving from the East leave the A55 at Junction 18 and turn right at the roundabout onto the A546. Proceed a short distance and go straight across the first roundabout and after another short distance turn left at the second roundabout onto Conway Road (A547). Cross the bridge over the River Conwy and pass Conwy Castle on your left follow Rosehill Road around to the right onto a one way system. You will pass a car park on the left and the Conwy Tourist Information on your right. Look for the ‘Conwy Visitors Centre’ on the left and turn right immediately opposite into Church Road. Follow this small cobbled road to the end and you will see our road almost opposite slightly to the left with a red post box at the end. Turn left onto the High Street then turn ‘immediately’ right onto York Place a small cobbled road. Drive up past Alfredo’s Italian Restaurant and stop outside the door of Gwynfryn B&B. We will then provide you with a Parking Permit which will allow you to park with no charges or restrictions in the Car Park located around the corner.

Driving from the West

If arriving from the West leave the A55 at Junction 17 and turn right at the top of the slip road onto Bangor Road (A547). Follow Bangor Road until you see Conwy Town Walls directly in front (under 2 miles). Upon approaching the town walls follow the road to the left into Town Ditch Road. Drive to the bottom and follow the road to the right leading you into the Town Walls and onto Berry Street. Take the second right into High Street just before the pedestrian crossing traffic lights. Drive up the High Street and look for the red post box outside the very last building on the right. This is York Place the 3rd small cobbled street on the right. Drive up directly in front of Alfredo’s Italian Restaurant and stop outside our door. We will then provide you with a Parking Permit which will allow you to park with no charges or restrictions in the Car Park located around the corner.

Other ways to drive into Conwy

There are a total of 4 ways in which to drive into the town walls. The main 2 have driections above but there is also the following 2 other ways you may stumble into the town:

If you end up on the Harbour front it is possible to drive through the gateway arch next to the Liverpool Arms. From here drive straight across and up the High Street continuing with directions above.

At the top of the town there is a gateway arch coming from Sychnant Pass. Upon entering the town follow Uppergate Street to the bottom where you will see The Albion Ale House. Turn left onto Bangor Road and drive out of the Town Walls and then turn immediately right onto Town Ditch Road and the follow the above directions.

Driving in Conwy Town

Conwy is a small medieval walled town with some small cobbled streets and can sometimes be a little tricky to drive around. Most of the town is under a one way system which can sometime mean driving around a couple of times to find your location…although as Conwy is only a small town this will only take a few minutes! We are located on York Place, a small cobbled street at the top of the High Street. The above driving directions will help you easily drive right to our front door where you are able to stop for a short while to allow you check-in. For a fee of £1.50 per day guests can be provided with a car pass which will allow free unrestricted parking in all of Long Stay Car Parks within Conwy County including Conwy, Llandudno, Betws-y-Coed and many more. Mount Pleasant Car Park is situated within a 2 minute walk from our B&B.

The following Google Map shows the location of Gwynfryn Bed and Breafast within the beautiful town of Conwy in North Wales. Use the + / – feature to change the scale of the map.