Conwy Quays Marina 

4.4 (1 rating)
  • 53° 17' 31" N, 3° 50' 23" W / See on the map

About Conwy Quays Marina

  • 465
    Berths
  • 2.6 m
    Draft
  • 20 m
    Length
  • 80
    VHF channel
  • +44 1492 593 000
    Phone

Harbour office

Période ~ 01/01 - 31/12
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
    Included in the price
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
    Payment by card available
  • Sewage water facility
    Not available
  • WIFI
    Free
  • Boat ramp
    Not available
  • Recycling
    Not available
  • Bicycles
    For rent
  • Car rental
    Not available
  • Video surveillance
  • Night watchman
  • Laundromat
  • Ice for sale
    Not available
  • Shipchandler
  • Customs clearance
    Not available
  • Lifting crane
    Max weight: 30 tons
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User reviews (1 rating)

Hospitality
| 5/5
Cleanliness
| 5/5
Services
| 5/5
Proximity of shops
| 3/5
Tourism
| 4/5
  • Austin
    Austin ~ 11/04/2020
    Mahalo of Conwy | Sailboat ~ 11.5 m

    The facilities here are very good, a small shop with basic supplies is on site. The marina staff is friendly and the Mulberry bar and restaurant on site serves very good food, (this has significantly improved over the last 2-3 years). The 10-15 minute walk into Conwy town is very pleasant along the river's edge, and Conwy it is definitely worth a visit - it's rare because it's a completely walled town with the wall still intact. Britain's smallest house is on the quay, there are good pubs and restaurants throughout town and you can walk around the Castle. The North Wales Cruising Club is in town (https://nwcc.info). Check out the Conwy River Festival (https://www.conwyriverfestival.org), which happens over a week in August each year - as well as a complete programme of sailing events, there are live music and events on the town quay and on the river.

    The facilities here are very good, a small shop with basic supplies is on site. The marina staff is friendly and the Mulberry bar and restaurant on site serves very good food, (this has significantly improved over the last 2-3 years). The 10-15 minute walk into Conwy town is very pleasant along the river's edge, and Conwy it is definitely worth a visit - it's rare because it's a completely walled town with the wall still intact. Britain's smallest house is on the quay, there are good pubs and restaurants throughout town and you can walk around the Castle. The North Wales Cruising Club is in town (https://nwcc.info). Check out the Conwy River Festival (https://www.conwyriverfestival.org), which happens over a week in August each year - as well as a complete programme of sailing events, there are live music and events on the town quay and on the river.