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I was on a day visit to Conwy and happened upon this house by accident although I’m a NT member. The rooms upstairs are well set out and the guides were very enthusiastic and knowledgeable. My only criticism would be about the access - it’s...More
I visited this attraction because I heard it was haunted. The house is maintained by the national trust and the knowledge of the girl who took me into the house is very good. The furniture is in keeping with the era and I found the...More
Whist touring along the North Welsh coast we stopped off in Conwy and visited Aberconwy merchants house.
A very interesting National Trust property which is over 700 years old, from the road you wouldn’t know it was there so if your visiting Conwy check the...More
Conwy is a lovely place to go anyway, and Aberconwy House was lovely and the staff and volunteers full of stories and the history that surrounded such a beautiful house. Whilst it is not very big it had a lot of original welsh furniture that...More
We are NT members so popped in for a mooch.
Access is via the shop downstairs, but it appears closed from the outside if you down look around. In the shop it isn’t clear who, what or where you need to go.
We asked the...More
This National Trust property, accessed through the shop on the ground floor, has great character and information about it was not only available in written form but also enthusiastically shared by the staff. The rooms are set up for different time periods so it’s like...More