Plas Mawr (Conwy) Reviews
Description:Elizabethan Mansion House. High Street, Conwy, Gwynedd.
Newest Review: ... Although as a tourist you now enter Plas Mawr through what used be the gatehouse, the original front faced Crown Lane and the doors still have massive draw bars by which they were secured. Behind the massive doors each room is full of the original furniture that was there and more lately exhibits of kitchen equipment give it real atmosphere..but it is not until you reach the Lantern room ... more
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by - written on 12/03/02, updated on 12/03/02 (Very useful, 426 readings)
Growing up in a very run down area of inner city Manchester in the 1960's could have been a very bleak childhood indeed, however I had the best childhood anyone could have wished for, all due to the hard work of my Mum and Dad. We didn’t have a car so travelling distances was not always easy. Then in 1969 when I was 9 years old (I am giving my age away now!!) My uncle came picked all my family up, drove us to Conway and left us at a caravan for 1 week. I was the first person that I knew that had been on holiday for 1 week. We had the time of our lives. That was the first of many visits..the last being just a couple of years ago. Each time I ... Read the complete review
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