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The Erskine Arms, Conwy

What makes The Erskine Arms stand out is the interesting combination of styles. Part of the building is a traditional 17th century sail-maker’s cottage, whilst the other is an old Georgian Inn. This strong exterior is a fascinating contrast with the warm and relaxing interior. Inside you will find everything you expect from an old Welsh inn: open fires, large rugs, chunky furniture, and a well stocked bar!

History is everywhere you look in the walled market town of Conwy, with the coaching inn just a stone’s throw from Conwy Castle, an impressive medieval fortress. Whether you’re staying in one of the inn’s stylish rooms, or watching the world go by whilst having a cold beer, you’ll be sure to glimpse a multitude of architecture, from the 13th century town walls, to the 12th century church.

The Erskine Arms provides a relaxing break from the busy world, or a delicious home-made meal if it’s your local. Their menu includes lots of local produce with creative seasonal specials, alongside some of the more traditional favourites. If you want a laid-back, friendly atmosphere with good food and drink, then The Erskine Arms is the place to be.