Day 139: Conwy to Colwyn Bay – Tudor & Orme

Clwyd, Wales

Kitchen, Plas Mawr, a Tudor townhouse, Conwy.

Fireplace in Robert Wynn’s bedchamber featuring three severed heads of Englishman in the plasterwork, Plas Mawr, Conwy.

Pantry, Plas Mawr, Conwy.

Fireplace in the hall, showing the quartered arms of the Wynn family, surrounded by badges and caryatids, Plas Mawr, Conwy.

Plasterwork ceiling with Tudor rose, Plas Mawr, Conwy.

Severed heads of Englishman with caryatid decoration in the great chamber, Plas Mawr, Conwy.

Door detail, Plas Mawr, Conwy.

Plas Mawr street elevation, built 1576–85 restored 1993–94, Conwy.

Conwy Castle built by Edward I, during his conquest of Wales, between 1283 and 1289, Conwy.

Conwy Suspension Bridge, designed by Thomas Telford in 1822–26 is one of the first road suspension bridges in the world, Conwy.

Window alcove, Conwy castle, Conwy.

Towers, Conwy castle, Conwy.

Panmaenmawr from Llandudno, Conwy.

Road around Great Orme’s Head, Conwy.

Climbers bolting limestone on Great Orme’s Head, Conwy.

Llandudno pier, Conwy.

Promenade, Llandudno, Conwy.

Playground, Llandudno, Conwy.

Lido, Llandudno, Conwy.

Facade, Penrhyn, Conwy.

Defences, Penrhyn, Conwy.

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17 thoughts on “Day 139: Conwy to Colwyn Bay – Tudor & Orme”

      • It’s magical. Can’t wait for the Medieval Festival in June. Looking forward to your next pictures. Enjoy!

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