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We needed extra accommodation for our older and less able amongst our church group while we had our church retreat in the youth hostel.
I had called quite a number of places and they were either too expensive or didn't have the rooms we needed....More
The B&B was lovely and very inviting, warm and friendly. Our upstairs room was large and ensuite with a beautiful view of an emerald-colored pasture with sheep grazing on the front side and view of the side yard with fruited trees and flowers. The bed...More
We booked it last minute for a night away so were grateful to get a room. The owner cant do enough for you and its like going to stay at a friend or relatives. Its not a typical b and b but it was good...More
We stayed at the Fishermore B&B in Conwy for 2 nights. We enjoyed Peter's hospitality but the facilities at this B&B did not measure up to the others that we encountered in the UK.
The location of Fishermore is very good. Even without a car,...More
We stayed a week in this small B&B. It was a real home away from home and handy for wherever we wanted to go. We were relying on public transport, and It is a 2-min. walk to a bus stop and about 10 min. walk...More
Fishermore is a large private house in a rural setting just 1 km from the historic town of Conwy and the North Wales Coast. Llandudno and the mountains of Snowdonia are within easy reach and our specialist local knowledge will ensure you make the most of your time. We have three guest rooms all with their own private facilities. There is a guest lounge and excellent off road parking. -All rooms have TV central heating, tea and coffee making facilities.-Private Parking facilities - Guest Lounge - Guests are requested not to smoke in the house. Open Easter to October advance booking required at other times. Visitors are requested to book early to avoid disappointment. Location: Our home is situated on the B5106, 1 km south of Conwy.