• LOCATION 13 | Discovering Conwy: The Medieval Walled Town on a Waterfront

    Parisella's Ice Cream

    Turn left at the corner and keep going.

    The other side of the road is VinoMondo an award winning wine bar and off-licence where you can get local wines and beers and the brick-built Castle Hotel on our right where many famous people have stayed. Conwy has long been an important stop off on the route to Ireland. Witness the name of the Mail Coach Inn on your left.

    After this is Parisella's ice cream parlour. When Wales became industrialised in the 19th century many Italian families came here and delicious ice cream is still made in Conwy managed by the family.

    British TV viewers may know Drew Pritchard's name, a resident of Conwy his antique shop is on the right. Conwy is justifiably known for its large proportion of small family businesses and you might want to come back to shop in the craft, toy and book outlets we are passing

    As we reach the bottom of the High Street you see two of the three fish and chip shops in Conwy. Cross over the road to stand by the timber-framed building.

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Discovering Conwy: The Medieval Walled Town on a Waterfront