Llanrwst , a pleasant town on the river Conway some 5 miles N. of Bettws. The hills in the neighbourhood are not giants, but are on the1000-feet level, and quite imposing. On the west bank of the Conway, facing the town, the ground rises in a wooded escarpment. Llanrwst is an excellent angling centre. The town is the traditional birthplace of Inigo Jones, the famous Jacobean architect. Examples of his work can be seen, at least in part, in the Gwydir Chapel, adjoining the parish church, of fifteenth-century work. Here, too, is the stone coffin of Llewellyn the Great, Prince of Wales from 1194 to 1240. Llanrwst Bridge, over the Conway, is said to be of Inigo Jones design, and a curious tradition attaches to it. Jones was supposed to suffer from a quaking palsy, and in memory of his affliction, so constructed the bridge that if the keystone be struck, the whole bridge starts to quake. Opinion is divided on this subject, but there are many who will vouch for the phenomenon. From Llanrwst there are many delightful walks, the most popular being to Bettws.