This popular holiday resort on the coast of Conway Bay, between Conway and Bangor, is 3 miles SW. of Penmaenmawr. The climate is healthy, the sands at low tide are excellent, the bathing is safe. There are tennis courts, bowling greens, a model yacht pond, and an interesting 9-hole golf course. Freshwater fishing on Llyn Dulyn and Llyn Aber can be obtained with permission, while the sea fishing at a spot called the “Swash” is very good. The village, for it is no more, has a population of 3000. There runs through it a stream which comes down a pleasant, if steep, glen. To the north of the village the big hill of Penmaenmawr shoulders itself right down to the sea, while to the east and south all Snowdonia towers up imposingly. The hills are near enough to make the village a good centre for hill walking. Across the bay, Anglesey lies entrancingly.