I’m visiting a town that hosts a fantastic autumn food festival, the Conwy Feast. It is home to Edwards of Conwy, one of my favourite delis to stock up on Welsh goodies. And the spruced-up quayside makes for a great seaside stroll with views across the Conwy Valley.
But, most of all, it is known for one of the most jaw-droppingly majestic castles in Wales – just ask Unesco, who have long celebrated its cultural heritage.
The Conwy Feast started as a food festival but now also celebrates art, music, farming and traditional skills in a three-day extravaganza that generates £1.4 million for the local economy