Where is Conwy County?

Conwy is in North Wales, approximately 20 miles from the city of Bangor, 45 miles from Chester, 70 miles from Liverpool, and approximately 80 miles from Manchester. The latter two cities hosting international airports.

How do I find office space in Conwy?

We work with office providers and landlords that provide flexible serviced offices in Llandudno, Conwy, Llandudno Junction, Colwyn Bay and other locations in the county. These provide flexible workspace in a variety of sizes and formats including co-working spaces, serviced and managed office space, and traditional leasehold options.

Please contact us to let us know of your requirements and we will send you a free report with the latest pricing and availability information.

What kind of business support is available in Conwy?

There are various loans and grants available in the region and the Venture Wales website  is a good place to start in looking for the latest information.

Why locate my office in Conwy?

Aside from the business support, Conwy enjoys a talented employment pool being home to Llandrillo College, and is close to world-class Bangor University – renowned globally for its marine biology and psychology schools, and also for leading the way in re-professionalising the global banking industry with its Chartered Banker MBA program.

Office occupiers often comment on the striking beauty of Conwy with its castles, beaches, rivers and the backdrop of Snowdonia. It is also close to Angelsey, and the Llyn Peninsula – a location where Bear Grylls chose for a holiday home.

An international cosmetic firm also recently chose to use the Great Orme in Llandudno as the setting to a television advert which starred David Beckham.

And a recent BBC production which starred Eddie Izzard chose Llandudno and Rhos-on-Sea as filming locations.

The recreational facilities are exceptional – North Wales has been the dubbed the adventure capital of the UK because it is home to artificial ski slopes, inland surfing lagoon Surf Snowdonia, multiple zip-lining courses provided by Zip World, world-class mountain bike courses, and of course the tallest mountain in Wales.

Eirias Park in Colwyn Bay is the venue for international athletic competitions, other sports events, and music concerts and has hosted artists including; Elton John, Tom Jones, Bryan Adams and Little Mix in recent years.

Excellent local produce and talent also provides for a highly-regarded and varied restaurant, pub and bar scene throughout Conwy. Seaside brasserie, Porth Eirias in Colwyn Bay, recently received a Bib Gourmand from Michelin making it the only restaurant in North Wales to receive one, and just one of three in the whole of Wales.

Further information regarding available office space in Conwy and business support can be found at the Conwy County Borough website.

For any further information please contact us.