Llanfairfechan is a small Victorian seaside resort in the county borough of Conwy in North Wales. Llanfairfechan was judged North Wales Calor Village of the Year for 2009 in the competition run by Calor Gas UK. According to the 2001 Census, 50.4% of the population of the town can speak the Welsh language. The town has twinned with Pleumeleuc, Brittany.
- 1 Llanfairfechan railway station. It is situated on the North Wales Coast line with regular direct trains running from Manchester via Chester and Crewe to the east and Llandudno to the west.
- 1 Aber Falls. 120 feet (37 m) waterfall
- 2 [dead link] Morfa Madryn & Traeth Lafan (between Llanfairfechan and Bangor). nature reserves,9.5 kilometres of beach
Groceries at Spar.
- 1 Rhiwiau Isaf Guesthouse, Gorddinog (Off Ffordd Gwyllt), ☏ , ✉ email@example.com. Rhiwiau is situated 600 feet up in a valley with mountains to the rear, the views overlook the Menai Straits and the Isle of Anglesey. The guesthouse is less than 5 minutes from the A55, and is family owned and run since 1972.
|Routes through Llanfairfechan|
|Holyhead ← Bangor ←||W E||→ Conwy/Llandudno → Manchester|