Public transport, buses and trains
Recent quote from Llew Jones International in Daily Post online …The no.19 bus service from Llandudno to Betws y Coed and Penmachno, which we operate via Trefriw along the western side of the valley, continues to go from strength to strength, thanks to the support of the local community.
Bus Pass for over sixties: You can download an application form here
The over sixties bus pass is free of charge, and can be used on any bus in Wales, and on the Conwy Valley Railway line, from Llandudno Junction to Blaenau Ffestiniog.
The Llew Jones no.19 bus serves Rowen / Conwy / Llandudno and Llanrwst / Betws y Coed and Penmachno.
You can plan your journey, and check bus and train times, using the very useful Traveline Cymru website.
Railways The Conwy Valley Railway has been reopened (July 2019) following extensive repairs to the track bed, which was damaged by flooding in March.
See Traveline Cymru website for timetable.
Mainline railway services from Llandudno Junction, direct to London Euston, Cardiff, Holyhead, Manchester Airport etc.
Updated July 2019