• LOCATION 8 | Discovering Conwy: The Medieval Walled Town on a Waterfront

    Chapel

    Leave the church yard and, at the corner, turn right and keep going.

    On your right is a converted chapel. The church we have just been to is Anglican - Church in Wales but there are many non-conformist chapel buildings in Conwy left from the last century. There is a joke about a Welsh man on a desert island. When they rescued him, he's built two chapels. When asked why he said "That's the one I go to and that's the one I DON'T go to. Nowadays, with tiny congregations but a great demand for tourist accommodation many, like this one have been converted into guest accommodations.

    Continue ahead, crossing over the High Street. Note that traffic will come from your right and walk into Lancaster Square, keeping to the right under the shop porch. Stop by the fountain.

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