If staying - and parking - at the Conwy YHA, Larkhill on Sychnant Pass Road (which is said to be a 10min walk from Conwy Castle), what would be our best 'strategy' for seeing the castle, the suspension bridge and taking a walk on the old city walls?
Unfortunately, we will probably be arriving in Conwy only in the early afternoon and the bridge and castle are apparently only open to 17:00. Given our late arrival I'm guessing that the bridge should be our first stop, then as much of the castle as we can manage before it closes and then the walls.
Is access to the city walls closed at some point in the evening? If not, then, given that the sun sets rather late in August, it would make for a pleasant pre-dinner stroll. If entry to the walls is restricted at night, when do they re-open? If early we may be able to fit this in prior to next day departure for Liverpool.
I've read that access to the walls walk is through 1-2 particular entry/exit ways? Where are they in relation to the castle and our accomodation?
Thanks in Advance,