Lovely attraction, but map guide not helpful. need to stand on your head to read. Cafe good and people very friendly
Stopped here for the first time, having seen the signs during previous visits to Betws y Coed, to be honest it's never drawn us in before. Free car park and café on site but we did not visit the café. Entry by turnstile and quite reasonable priced. There are two paths down to the falls, the one we followed was... More
This visit to the Conwy Falls was a big let down. The walks down to the viewing areas for the falls are not very interesting with no signage or information along the way. Those less nimble might still struggle on the gentler route. The falls themselves were nothing special (although to be fair I guess it partly depends on recent... More
There are two sets of Falls, or rapids, on the River Conwy, in close proximity. Travelling along the A5 from England, (or Llandudno/Llanwrst), the first are in the village of Betws-y-Coed proper, are well signposted, provided with proper walks and seating, have information boards explaining various features, including the miners canons, and are free. They are also close to a... More
Called in here for the first time, have seen the signs before but never had the time to stop. Once through the turnstiles there two paths and there was a sign to say which path was the long route and which one was the direct route to the falls. To be honest, neither was very long, but the falls were... More
Stopped here for the 1st time this year, enjoyed the walk down to the falls and have a few nice photos to remember it by. Glad to have seen what they call the salmon ladder, but don't think I'd stop again.
We parked up at the Conwy Falls Cafe. It is £1 to enter the gorge and see the waterfall (through unmanned turnstiles) so remember to bring change! There are 3-4 different routes of varying difficulty you can take to the falls displayed on a map board but once you get through the turnstiles there is NO map and NO signage!... More
The falls are lovely but the paths not easy if you are elderly or not very agile. The cafe was very good.
Lovely walk to the falls. Cracking scenery although I was expecting more dramatic falls. Having been to the falls at Betws y Coed,I think they were better. Plus you can walk through the forest which was fantastic. So if time is against you then head to Betws y Coed, if not do both!
For charging admission please at least invest in some signs. Paths are hard to distinguish and as we've never been there we had to guess if we had even arrived or not! Nice walk but as others said, not well kept or marked at all. Could have passed on this and not minded much.
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