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Bodlondeb Park


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Conwy
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Bodlondeb is on the western side of the Conwy Estuary, just outside the castle walls of Conwy Town. It has impressive views over the estuary and up to Bodlondeb woods.

Location: Bangor Road, Conwy

Facilities

  • car parking
  • tennis courts
  • football field
  • play equipment
  • woodland and parkland walks
  • accessible paths
  • seating


The grounds are extensive and include traditional parkland, walled allotments and a cricket field and pavilion, as well as the Local Nature Reserve to the north.

About Bodlondeb’s history

Bodlondeb was originally a family home built in 1742 for Mr Holland, a member of a local wealthy family. The house and grounds were then sold to Mr Albert Wood and remained in the Wood family until 1937. Bodlondeb transferred to Conwy Borough Council's ownership and became the central offices for a number of departments. The building is still used by Conwy County Borough Council.

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